University of Missouri-St Louis Visiting Assistant Professor in biological anthropology
The candidate should be able to demonstrate excellence in teaching and the mentoring of undergraduate students. Candidates will teach an Introduction to Biological Anthropology course with lab sections, Human Variation, Research Methods in Primate Behavior and/or Forensic Anthropology. Ability to teach a large lecture course in World Cultures is also desirable. The teaching load is 3-3 with associated lab sections if the candidate has a PhD. If the candidate is ABD the title will be Lecturer and the teaching load will be 4-4. The candidate will also mentor undergraduate majors with their independent research projects. Due to the urgent need to fill this position, interested candidates should immediately contact Dr. Pamela Ashmore, Chair, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Languages, University of Missouri St. Louis, One University Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63121, (314) 516-6450,firstname.lastname@example.org. Send a letter of application, vitae, graduate transcripts, a statement on teaching and mentoring of undergraduate students, sample syllabi, and the names/phone no./email addresses of three referees.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
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