Applicants must demonstrate a strong commitment to undergraduate education in both the classroom and the laboratory. Primary teaching responsibilities will focus on introductory biology for both majors and non-majors as well as health science related biology courses such as anatomy and physiology, cell biology, embryology and others. The possibility also exists to teach other upper level biology courses and laboratories as well as create courses in the candidate’s area of interest. In addition to teaching, the successful candidate will be expected to participate in campus culture, contribute to a highly collaborative department, participate in small-scale undergraduate research, and advise and mentor students.
The Department of Science at Trine University is a part of the Rinker Ross School of Health Sciences, and offers B.S. degrees in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, and forensic science. The department is housed in the Best Hall of Science and has recently moved into a new $6.6 million, 26,000 square-foot addition. The addition includes new anatomy and physiology, microbiology, biochemistry, organic, and physical/inorganic chemistry laboratories as well as space for student research. The department is well equipped with modern instrumentation as well as an ever growing collection of human models for anatomy and physiology.
Application materials including, a detailed curriculum vita, a statement of teaching philosophy, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation should be sent to: Review of applications will start immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Please apply through the Trine website at www.trine.edu.