University of New Hampshire, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Anthropology invites applications for a (benefits eligible) Lecturer position in biological anthropology beginning fall semester 2018. We seek a broadly trained biological anthropologist who is prepared to teach undergraduate classes, including biological anthropology and human evolution at the introductory level, forensic anthropology, and higher level courses such as osteology and topical courses in their area of expertise. This is a one-year term Lecturer position (with the possibility of renewal) and requires teaching 3 undergraduate courses a semester. Geographic area of expertise is open.
Minimum Qualifications: PhD (ABD will be considered) in anthropology with a focus on biological anthropology or closely related field. Ability to teach introductory biological anthropology, forensic anthropology, and higher level courses like osteology and broadly appealing topic courses (based on prior teaching experience, research experience, and/or coursework); evidence of teaching effectiveness (ideally with at least one course as sole instructor); desire and ability to contribute to the growth and excellence of an undergraduate-only program and strengthen links among departmental interests; and desire and ability to educate anthropology students with either academic or applied career goals.
Salary: Starting salary according to the terms in the collective bargaining agreement.
Candidates must apply at: http://jobs.usnh.edu/postings/28908
Submit a curriculum vita, a letter of interest discussing areas of expertise, teaching philosophy, classroom experience and pedagogical effectiveness and the contact information of three referees. Questions can be sent to the Department Chair, Dr. Meghan Howey care of Anthropology Administrative Assistant, Carolyn Stolzenburg (firstname.lastname@example.org). Review of applications will begin April 16, 2018 until the position is filled. Interviews will be conducted via Skype.
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