Responsibilities: The successful candidate will
be expected to teach undergraduate lecture and laboratory courses
related to Soil and Environmental Sciences. Primary
responsibilities will include organizing and teaching an
undergraduate Introductory Soil Science lecture with laboratory,
and other courses as assigned.
Candidates will be evaluated on: An interest in
pedagogy and application of creative teaching techniques, and
demonstrated excellence in teaching. Experience in teaching
an introductory soil science course or introductory environmental
science course is desirable. Female and minority applicants are
strongly encouraged to apply.
Detailed Description: The first priority
for this position is to teach four sections of Soil Science 2106,
Introductory Soil Science Laboratory (2 credit hours), each Fall
and Spring semester; develop, prepare, and deliver all laboratory
assignments in Soil Science 2106. An additional activity is
to teach Soil Science 2100, Introduction to Soil Science (3 credit
hours, lecture), one semester every academic year, and Issues in
Natural Resources and the Environment (3 credit hours, lecture) in
the other semester every academic year.