[ES_JOBS_NET] Adjunct Instructor- Environmental Issues, University of New England

Christine Wiedinmyer christin at ucar.edu
Mon Jul 13 06:01:39 MDT 2015


  155 Adjunct Instructor- Environmental Issues

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The Department of Environmental Studies at the University of New England 
(UNE) invites applications for adjunct  instructors for its/ENV 
104-Introduction to Environmental Issues/course, a required 3-credit 
course that orients students to environmental problems and their 
solutions. The course emphasizes that humans are part of ecosystems 
within interdependent cycles, which involve other organisms, air, water, 
chemicals, and energy. Students will examine the relationships of humans 
to their environment from historical, economic, scientific, aesthetic, 
and ethical perspectives. More information about the course, including 
learning outcomes, is available on page 12 of the UNE College of Arts 
and Sciences Core Curriculum Handbook 
athttps://www.une.edu/sites/default/files/corehandbook.pdf. Prospective 
instructors should have experience teaching in fields related to the 
environment, in addition to a master’s or doctoral degree. Interested 
individuals should send a letter of interest and a current resume 
detailing teaching experience in environmental studies to Richard 
Peterson, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Environmental 
Studies, 11 Hills Beach Road, Biddeford, Maine, 04005. The department 
will also accept electronic materials sent torpeterson at une.edu 
<mailto:rpeterson at une.edu>.

* Background check may be required.


careers at une.edu <mailto:careers at une.edu>

The University of New England is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action 
employer and welcomes female and minority candidates.

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