Ohio University Lancaster campus located in Lancaster, Ohio is seeking a temporary, part-time instructor in Geology.
Instructors will teach at the Lancaster campus and/or Pickerington Center in traditional classroom setting; not via online course offering.
Possible course to teach, but not limited to:
GEOL 1010 “How the Earth Works” lecture & lab series – An introduction to the forces affecting our planet's surface and interior features. Topics include the origins of volcanoes, earthquakes, and mountain belts along with the ways they impact people's lives. Topics also include the roles of landslides and streams in shaping the Earth's surface, and the formation of earth materials and mineral resources. Intended for both science and nonscience majors seeking a nontechnical overview of the Earth's always changing and sometimes dramatic geology.
Master’s Degree in Geology or related field required by the start date of the appointment (8/16/2017).
Ability to pass a criminal background check.
Teaching experience in Geology courses with letters related to teaching experience.
Planning Unit: Regional Higher Education
Department: LNCSTR Associate Dean
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Kathy Holt, firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment Type: Intermittent Term
Commensurate with credentials.