Lecturer: Georgia

Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources/University of Georgia
Athens, GA
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This is an academic year (9-mo) Lecturer (non-tenure track) faculty position in the Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources. The position is a 100% teaching appointment with predominantly undergraduate instructional responsibilities. The successful candidate is expected to teach undergraduate courses related to Natural Resource Science and Management, with a focus on Wildlife Sciences. Primary responsibilities include organizing and teaching 2-3 undergraduate courses in both fall and spring semesters. The lecturer will be responsible for developing and teaching a new, annual, major requirement course in Wildlife Science and teaching an introductory course in Natural Resources Conservation. Additional preferred courses for this lecturer include Animal Behavior, Herpetology, or Principles of Wildlife Habitat and Management, depending on the expertise of the lecturer. Other courses options may include Ecology of Natural Resources and a capstone, project-based course for fisheries and wildlife majors. Additional responsibilities may include service on faculty committees, student advising, or other activities as assigned. Candidates will be evaluated on the highest degree earned and experience in teaching, supervising, and leadership.
A PhD degree in Wildlife Science or a related field by the time of appointment. A master’s degree will be accepted based on the terms in the Additional Requirements section. Highly competitive applicants will have at least six months of instructional experience in undergraduate-level courses. To be eligible for a Lecturer appointment at any rank, a person must have an appropriate terminal degree in a discipline related to the position’s responsibilities, or, in rare circumstances, be approved by the Provost’s Office, on the basis of the individual’s overall qualifications, for a terminal degree exception before the position is offered. For more information, please see the Guidelines for Appointment and Promotion of Lecturers.
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