The Department of Biomedical Sciences in the College of Health Sciences at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI is seeking applications from individuals devoted to a career in instruction of anatomy and physiology to undergraduate, health professional, and post-baccalaureate students to fill a full-time, non-tenure track faculty position.
Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit, university located on a beautiful urban campus just minutes from downtown Milwaukee and close to the parks and beaches of Lake Michigan. Marquette offers undergraduate programs in 83 majors and 79 minors, in addition to 64 master’s and doctoral programs and a School of Dentistry and Law School. Marquette ranks 89th in the 2019 edition of America’s Best Colleges, released by U.S. News & World Report and bestowed the “Changemaker Campus” title by the Ashoka Institute, a leader in social entrepreneurship.
The Department of Biomedical Sciences is committed to teaching a broad, medically oriented curriculum to a large number of motivated, enthusiastic undergraduate students every year. The Department also makes significant contributions to a variety of heath professional programs, including instructing students in the Marquette University School of Dentistry, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Master’s Program in Physician Assistant Studies, and the new Doctor of Occupational Therapy program.
Our non-tenure track faculty are equal contributors to the department’s educational, service- and research-intensive mission. As a result, the successful applicant for this position will be compensated at a level comparable to our tenure-track, research-oriented faculty including an excellent benefits package and 12-month salary with opportunity for promotion.
Duties and Responsibilities The successful candidate will be expected to be a full and active participant in the Biomedical Sciences Department and engage in service activities at the college/university level. Teaching requirements emphasize the direction of courses that include undergraduate model-based anatomy and physiology, undergraduate prosection-based anatomy, and also includes participation in classes that involve intensive cadaveric dissections.
Candidates who have enthusiasm for and experience with undergraduate academic advising, curriculum development, and outreach / community engagement activities focused on communities traditionally under-represented in STEM are especially encouraged to apply.
Skills and Abilities Earned doctorate or substantial progress toward the terminal degree. Experience and/or training involving teaching health professional (medical, dental, physician assistant, physical therapy) students is required.
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