How to Apply
Candidates should submit cover letter and CV through the UM jobs portal.
As part of the Honors Core Curriculum, this course introduces Honors students to the fields, questions and meta-questions, and methodologies of the Natural Sciences. The course examines current issues in Biology, looking at their scientific bases and how they are represented in the media; the course uses a variety of formats and strategies. This course is a discussion section of a larger lecture course and will provide regular guidance from the lead instructor of the course, collaboration with her and other GSIs in the course, and instructors and GSIs from other Honors Core Courses.
The LSA Honors Program invites applications to teach Honors Core 232/Biology 232: Biology and Society, beginning September 1, 2017. Position is pending enrollment demand.
Effort for each section is 25%; GSIs are expected to teach two sections for a 50% appointment.
Good standing in a Ph.D. program in a relevant department.
Candidacy in a Ph.D. program in a relevant department; experience teaching introductory natural science courses at UM or other college or university.
Questions may be sent to Donna Wessel Walker, Associate Director, LSA Honors Program, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Decision Making Process
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.
The deadline for application is May 31, 2017, but all positions may be filled by then.
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This position, as posted, is subject to a collective bargaining agreement between the Regents of the University of Michigan and the Graduate Employees' Organization, American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO 3550.
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