Ohio University Zanesville is seeking an adjunct instructor to teach Geology 1010 for the Fall Semester 2020-2021 and beyond. This course will be will be taught in-person.
The title of the course is How the Earth Works and includes both lecture and lab. This course provides 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.
The position begins on August 16, 2021.
This is a part-time position and receives only sick leave and retirement benefits.
Master's Degree in Geology or related field required by time of appointment.
Ph.D. preferred. Teaching experience in Geology courses.
Planning Unit: Regional Higher Education
Department: ZNSVL Arts and Sciences
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Gail Hayes, email@example.com
Employment Type: intermittent term
$1015/1091 per credit hour depending on credentials
Internal Number: 37054
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