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students from all walks of life, for all kinds of meaningful work.
We are a truly inclusive community of learners, ensuring that
students are supported, inspired, and empowered to maximize their
professional prospects, advance in their careers, and improve their
lives and the lives of others.
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career-oriented programs in business, engineering, information
technology and computer science, criminal justice, life sciences,
human services and many other concentrations. Indiana Tech enrolls
nearly 1,500 students in its traditional undergraduate programs on
its picturesque main campus and nearly 5,000 students in its
College of Professional Studies programs online and onsite at 15
regional locations. Degrees are offered at the associate,
bachelors, masters and doctoral levels.
Over 41% of our students are either
globally or domestically diverse; this contributes to our unique
vibrant and inclusive campus community. All academic programs are
designed to provide students with relevant and practical
experiences, including an emphasis on internships. The university
is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Indiana Institute of Technology
embraces diversity and equal opportunity intentionally. We are
committed to building a team that represents a variety of
backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We believe that diversity
and inclusion among our employees is critical to our success with
respect to educating our students to become global citizens.
Indiana Tech is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Tech Strategic Plan
The Warrior Community seeks a
full-time faculty member for the College of Arts and Sciences.
The Biology/Health Science faculty member will be responsible for
teaching health science courses including anatomy & physiology,
genetics, endocrinology, pathology, as well as other courses which
support the health science degree program. The position
includes teaching four courses per semester assigned by the Dean
and holding eight office hours per week.
Additional responsibilities include,
but are not limited to, fulfilling service and professional
development as outlined in the tenure process, student development
by advising and fostering relationships with students both in and
out of the classroom, and serving the College of Arts &
Sciences. Other principal duties include leading in the development
of new programs and the improvement of existing programs and
curricula, delivering effective courses, practicums, field
experiences, and laboratories to meet the program learning
outcomes, designing and revising curriculum for optimal student
success, participating in student recruiting and retention
initiatives, as well as supporting the mission, vision, and
strategic plan of Indiana Institute of Technology. This is a
tenure-track, 9-month teaching position in face-to-face and online
course delivery. Availability over the summer months is
required. The successful candidate will work closely with
other programs in the College of Arts & Sciences. This faculty
position reports to the Dean of the College of Arts and
Doctorate degree in Health Science,
Biology, or a closely related field and college-level teaching
experience are position requirements. The preferred candidate
will have experience teaching clinically-based health courses or
anatomy and physiology, and a variety of health science or biology
courses. Experience in teaching face-to-face and online teaching is
preferred. Experience supervising field experiences or internships
and research experience in biological sciences are valuable.
Demonstration of the ability to work
with a diverse student population, and demonstration of developing
effective relationships with students that prepare students for
academic and career success are necessary. Familiarity with the
accreditation standards and guidelines from the Commission on
Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) or
specific health science certifications, including radiation
technology or sonography is expected. Applicants should be able to
use technology effectively in all aspects of their work, including
A complete job description is
available to qualified candidates.
Application materials must include a
cover letter, vitae, and transcripts. Applicants must be prepared
to write a written response to the mission and diversity statement
of Indiana Tech. Faculty are expected to provide official
transcripts upon hire.
The position remains open until
filled. For preferred review of materials please apply by January