Adjunct Instructors for College of Arts and Sciences
Ashland University's College of Arts and Sciences seeks adjunct instructors for future semesters. The College serves 2,200 undergraduates with core curriculum and courses in the disciplines. Master's degree required; Ph.D., teaching experience preferred. Send vita, list of references, and letter of interest to Adjunct Search 2013, College of Arts and Sciences, Ashland University, 401 College Avenue, Ashland OH 44805. See www.ashland.edu for information on Ashland University and http://www1.ashland.edu/cas/ for more information on the College of Arts and Sciences.
Departments in which there are particular needs:
Art: Graphic Design, History of Design, Ceramics
Biology: Anatomy & Physiology, Human Biology, Microbiology
Chemistry: General Chemistry Lab, non-majors courses
Communication Studies: Basic communication course with interpersonal/public speaking focus. Basic health communication course with focus on interpersonal/public presentations within healthcare.
English: College Writing Improvement, Composition I, Composition II. Include 5-10 page non-returnable writing sample.
Geology: Natural Disasters, Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Foreign Languages: Elementary and Intermediate Spanish and French
History: Western Civilization to the Renaissance, Western Civilization from Renaissance to WWII, American History to Civil War, American History since Civil War, Ohio History. Department emphasizes political history and use of original documents.
Mathematics and Computer Science: Elementary Statistics, Developmental Mathematics, Precalculus, Calculus
Psychology: General Psychology, Psychology of Adolescence, Developmental Psychology
Religion: World Religions
Theatre: Acting for Non-Majors, Theatre Aesthetics, Vocal Expression of Literature
The College also welcomes applications for future adjunct assignments in Criminal Justice, Journalism and Digital Media, Music (applied music, world music, musicianship), Philosophy, Political Science, and Social Work and Family Studies.