Non-tenure track visiting faculty (full and part time)

Job Type: 
Part-Time or Visiting Faculty
Institution: 
Marquette University

The Department of Biological Sciences is seeking temporary non-tenure track teaching faculty members (both full and part time) to teach the following courses:

BIOL1002-General Biology 2, MWF 2:00-2:50PM (Discussion sections run by a graduate TA are scheduled for Tu 12:30-1:20PM, 2:00-2:50PM, and 3:30-4:20PM).

BIOL1510-Biology of Human Behavior, MWF, 1:00-1:50PM

BIOL3301-Cell Biology, MWF 10:00-10:50AM (Discussion run by a graduate TA are scheduled for W 3:00-3:50PM, 4:00-4:50PM, and Th 9:30-10:20AM).

BIOL4502-Experimental Neurobiology, Lecture 101 M 9:00-9:50AM, Laboratory section 401 Tu 1:00-4:50PM, Laboratory section 402 Th 1:00-4:50PM.

This individual is the faculty-level instructor in charge of the course and is responsible for all aspects of the course, including lectures, online postings, student activities/assignments, maintaining office hours, supervising teaching assistants, exams, and grading.

All applications for this position must be initiated through Marquette University’s electronic recruiting system. Please submit a cover letter, CV, unofficial graduate level transcripts as well as the names and contact information of three references. Please specify in cover letter which courses you are qualified to teach. Review of applicants will begin immediately.

Full time status requires teaching three of the four courses.  Applications for this position are made directly through Marquette Human Resources using the following link: http://employment.marquette.edu/postings/12455

Individuals teaching only one or two of the required courses will be considered part timeApplications for this position are made directly through Marquette Human Resources using the following link: http://employment.marquette.edu/postings/12470

 

Course Descriptions from Bulletin:

BIOL 1002. General Biology 2. 3 cr. hrs. Covers the diversity of Life, plant form and function, animal form and function, ecology and evolution in context of diversity. 3 hrs. lec., disc. Prereq: BIOL 1001 or cons. of instr.

BIOL 1510. Biology of Human Behavior. 3 cr. hrs. An introduction to the biology of human behavior. Students learn first, how the biological function of the brain affects thoughts, emotions, feelings and open behavior; and second, how our brain is affected by evolution, genes, life experiences and hormones.

BIOL 3301. Cell Biology. 3 cr. hrs.The cell is the basic unit of life; it is the fundamental unit from which all organisms are built. The concepts as well as the scientific evidence that underlie our current understanding of cellular organization and function are emphasized. Key cellular processes including membrane function, signaling, transcriptional regulation, protein targeting, vesicular trafficking, cytoskeleton, cell cycle regulation, and cell death are discussed. These processes are related to our understanding of human disease. 3 hrs. lec., disc. Prereq: BIOL 1001 or BIOL 1001H.

BIOL 4502. Experimental Neurobiology. 3 cr. hrs.Experimental analysis of synapses and neuronal circuitry using a variety of preparations and electrophysiological techniques. The basic electrical properties of excitable cells and chemical communication between cells are investigated. 1 hr. lec., 4 hrs. lab. Prereq: BIOL 4501, which may be taken concurrently, and cons. of dept. ch.; or BIOL 4701 and cons. of dept. ch.