About the College of Arts and Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences (CoAS) delivers a time-honored
liberal arts education paired with Drexel’s renowned focus on
applied learning. Our research and scholarship explore contemporary
issues with an eye toward improving the common good. With a breadth
of disciplines in the natural sciences, social sciences and
humanities, and a focus on the now, the College is the perfect home
for curious scholars who seek to apply their learning in the
service of humanity. Our undergraduate programs, Co-op experiences
and Community-Based Learning courses give students a broad-based,
hands-on education that prepares them to make an impact
immediately. Our graduate programs take a rigorous yet practical
approach to advancing knowledge. Our faculty members are dedicated
teachers and gifted scholars who publish groundbreaking research on
the world’s most pressing issues.
About the English and Philosophy Department
The Department of English and Philosophy offers three undergraduate
majors and an MFA in Creative Writing. It offers minors in English,
Philosophy, and Writing, along with a variety of certificate
programs including Health and Medical Humanities, Ethical Theory
and Practice, Philosophy in Science and Technology, and Writing and
Publishing. The department further develops and supports the
reading, writing and critical-thinking skills of all Drexel
students through the First-Year Writing Program. Creative Writing,
Literature and Philosophy courses are offered as both electives and
required courses to complement a variety of programs across the
The adjunct faculty member will employ a variety of strategies to
foster student learning and discussions, as well as encourage
active learning in all students, maintain proper course-related
records, and evaluate student work and provide students with
feedback as to the progress toward meeting the objectives of each
course they teach. Each adjunct faculty member is responsible for
effectively teaching students in the assigned classroom or online.
Responsibilities may include teaching days or evenings, with the
potential for online only, in-person only, or a combination of
Teach required number of credit hours per quarter based on
- Demonstrate knowledge and skills related to teaching
methodology, curriculum development, and evaluation.
- Evaluate student achievement of curricular
- Schedule one office hour per week per class.
- Schedule administrative time for course preparation.
- Maintain communication with the program director regarding any
course or student issues.
- Perform other similar duties as assigned.
Special Instructions to the Applicant
- Master’s degree or above in English, Philosophy,
Rhetoric/Composition, Creative Writing, or a related field.
- Please make sure you upload your CV/resume and cover letter
when submitting your application.
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