Job Description Summary:
Under the direction of the Art History or Studio Art Program Chair,
adjunct faculty will develop and maintain undergraduate curriculum
in accordance with departmental course outlines and learning
outcomes. These responsibilities include:
Developing and managing a class syllabus.
Preparation of lesson plans, lectures, and other class
activities that teach students appropriate skills and
Monitoring students' learning progress, communicating
expectations, and providing feedback on the attainment of class
Evaluating students' knowledge and skills through tests,
assignments and other assessment activities.
Grading assignments, papers, quizzes, and exams.
Reporting student's progress throughout the semester and
providing final grades at the conclusion of the class.
Attending Department meetings where appropriate.
Location: La Verne Central Campus
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and
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Located in Southern California, the University of La Verne offers a
distinctive and relevant educational experience to a diverse
population of students, preparing them for successful careers and a
commitment to lifelong learning across the liberal arts and
professional programs. The academic units of the not-for-profit
university include the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of
Business and Public Management, the LaFetra College of Education,
and the College of Law. The university offers both undergraduate
and graduate programs, including degree programs tailored for
working adults. The university's central campus is located 30 miles
east of Los Angeles in the historic Old Town section of La Verne, a
city with a population of approximately 35,000 at the foothills of
the San Gabriel Mountains. The university also has eight regional
campuses throughout California and the College of Law campus in
Ontario, California. The university is classified as a Carnegie
Doctoral Institution with moderate research activity. Core values
are reflected throughout all curricular and co-curricular programs,
its emphasis on close professor-student interaction, personal
support of its students, and its diversity.
The University of La Verne prides itself in being reflective of the
diversity of Southern California. Approximately 80 percent of its
nearly 8,500 students come from diverse backgrounds and the U.S.
Department of Education has designated the university as a Hispanic
Serving Institution (HSI). With 80,000 alumni, the university
fulfills a critical community function in educating students from
underserved populations, many of whom are the first generation in
their family to attend college.
The University of La Verne is an equal opportunity employer and
does not discriminate against employment or employees on any basis
prohibited by state and federal law. University of La Verne hires
and promotes individuals based on their qualifications and is
consistent with applicable state and federal laws, without regard
to race, color, religion, gender, disability, medical condition a
or sexual orientation