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Pathology Assistant - Adjunct

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About College of Medicine – Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies (GSBSPS) offers over 40 doctoral, master's and professional development programs. These academic programs emphasize real-world experience and help guide students to make career decisions that best fit their abilities and evolving needs.

The GSBSPS at Drexel University’s College of Medicine offers the Master of Science in Pathologists' Assistant (PathA) program. Path A program combines intense academic studies with one year of practical work in the field. Students earn a Master of Science that prepares them to work, under the direction of a pathologist, as a highly qualified allied health professional in anatomic pathology laboratories throughout the country.

Job Summary

Provide Course Content, Lecture material, Laboratory material, Subspecialty Lectures, Coordinate Spring Semester Case Studies with Course Instructor and PathA Program Director

Blackboard integration, Updating all course content Modules, PowerPoints, Interactive lessons, Weekly discussion boards, Exam Access, Option for online tests and quizzes, Coordinate ExamSoft delivery of all class exams, Scheduling and coordinating class and lab times

Works with Lecturer to ensure targets/deadlines are being met appropriately, Available for mentorship

Essential Functions

As an adjunct faculty member, you are responsible for creating a syllabus in accordance with University guidelines or teaching the course in accordance with the syllabus and course materials if they are provided by Drexel. You are also responsible for teaching the course section(s), making yourself available to students, maintaining accurate documentation of course records to justify the grades submitted, submitting student grades in accordance with University policy, and any other duties directly related to the course as assigned by the department head or program director. You also need to submit a copy of your grade sheet(s) to the department or unit no later than one week after the submission of your grades. Arrangements for grades of Incomplete or any grade appeals that may extend beyond the end of your contract must be made with the Program Director.

As an adjunct faculty member, you are being appointed to a non-tenure track position which will end at the conclusion of this appointment, without the need for further notice. Time spent in the position of an adjunct faculty member does not count toward tenure or any probationary period. Some adjunct faculty members may qualify for specific Drexel benefits that are described at

Your appointment is expressly contingent upon the course section(s) meeting minimum student enrollment requirements as determined by the University. While the University makes every effort to plan course schedules according to anticipated demand, course section enrollments and curricular priorities may change. The University reserves the right to cancel a course at any time. In the event that a section or course is cancelled for any reason prior to the first class session, your appointment to teach that section will be rescinded. If the course cancellation occurs less than seven calendar days prior to the first class session, and if the University is unable to offer you reassignment to a comparable class, the University shall compensate you $250 with the exception of those graduate courses that constitute thesis supervision.

Required Qualifications
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Work experience in a Histotechnology lab
Special Instructions to the Applicant

Please make sure you upload your CV/resume and cover letter when submitting your application.

Advertised:Dec 2 2022 Eastern Standard Time
Applications close:Jan 2 2023 Eastern Standard Time

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