The Central Michigan University College of Medicine (CMED) is seeking to hire a full-time (12-month) Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Anatomy to join our Foundational Sciences Department faculty to teach Anatomy as part of our integrated curriculum design. The position is open track (either non-tenure or tenure-track) and rank; Assistant, Associate, and Professor rank will be considered depending on credentials.
The successful candidate will work closely with two anatomy faculty members to coordinate lab content as part of a cross-disciplinary and inquiry-based medical school curriculum that includes case-based and team-based learning. Duties include working collaboratively to prepare cadaveric prosections and student lab activities, instructing students in weekly lab sessions and participating in multidisciplinary facilitation of group sessions and/or lectures. Scholarly activities will be appropriate to the track. For non-tenure track, this is primarily a teaching position with expectations for some scholarly activity and committee service. A tenure-track successful candidate is expected to have a promising research program that would support seeking external funding opportunities, in addition to teaching and service. The start date is negotiable. CMU College of Medicine encourages applicants from historically underrepresented populations, veterans, women, and other minorities to apply.
Required Qualifications: -Doctoral degree (PhD, MD/DO). -Human cadaver dissection experience -Experience teaching cadaver-based human gross anatomy at the university level -Experience in and strong commitment to, innovative approaches to education and learning -Ability or commitment to facilitate interactive learning in large and small group settings -Strong collaborative and communication skills -All areas of scholarly activity will be considered, but preference will be given for scholarly activity and experience related to medical education research -Candidates interested in advanced rank must have significant relevant medical school teaching experience of high quality in both large and small group settings as well as evidence of scholarship. -Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education
Preferred Qualifications: -Experience teaching cadaver-based human gross anatomy at the medical-school level Experience teaching embryology and/or -histology -Experience with interdisciplinary teaching -Experience with, or a strong knowledge of, pedagogical approaches such as team-based learning, patient-, case-, and/or problem-based medical education
About CMU College of Medicine: The CMU College of Medicine welcomed its inaugural class in the summer of 2013. The innovative medical school curriculum is designed to prepare students for practice in mid- to northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, with particular attention to primary care needs and support of the underserved populations, consistent with the mission of the institution. The program is housed in a new facility with advanced technology for teaching. For more information, visit College’s website.
To Apply: CMU CMED encourages applicants from historically underrepresented populations, veterans, women, and other minority groups to apply. Applications must be submitted on-line at: https://www.jobs.cmich.edu. Keyword College of Medicine. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until filled. Electronically attach a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, statement of research/scholarly interest, and a list of three professional references, including phone numbers and email addresses. Questions can be directed to Sarah Whitman, Search Committee Coordinator, [email protected], 989-774-7213.
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