Submitted: 4 January 2022
Department: Biology
Institution: Sacred Heart University
Job type: Full time
Apply by: 28 February 2022
Application URL:;jsessionid=E63A5AAC4807A66A7AEC9E83640D1DCE?JOBID=140828&jobboard=148

The Sacred Heart University Department of Biology invites applications from qualified candidates for appointment to a non-tenure track position in the field of Anatomy and Physiology at the rank of Lecturer. The rank of Lecturer is a one-year renewable contract position with the potential for promotion to higher non-tenure-track ranks. Applicants are expected to demonstrate the potential for excellence in undergraduate teaching in both major and non-major courses and possess a strong appreciation for the mission of the University and its student-centered focus. In addition, applicants may develop scholarly research programs focused on engaging undergraduates. We are seeking candidates with expertise in human anatomy, physiology, and/or biological anthropology who can apply this knowledge to research in fields such as biomechanics, neuroscience, bioarchaeology, forensics, or other adjacent areas.

In addition to teaching Anatomy & Physiology I and II lecture and lab, the faculty member filling this position may also develop courses in the candidate's area of specialization, as well as playing a role in the foundational core of the university (First Year Seminar, Critical Thinking) and the biology major core courses (Concepts in Biology I and II, Genetics and Evolution, or Ecology and Evolution).

PhD in Biology, Biological Anthropology, or an appropriate area of expertise required (ABD considered). Significant teaching and post-doctoral experiences preferred. Candidates should also support Sacred Heart University's commitment to university service, community service, and the intellectual and ethical development of all students. Review of applications will begin Feb 28 and continue until the position is filled.

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