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Adjunct Faculty - Religious Studies|
TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:
Chair - Religious Studies|
$2100 per course|
|The Department of Religious Studies has openings for adjunct faculty for two sections of World Religions (8 AM and 9:05 AM) in the fall 2013 semester. Class size is 35 students per section. Review of material will being immediately.
- On a part time basis
- Instructs students in a survey of world religions, covering the beliefs, practices, institutions, etc. of such religions as Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and Confucianism;
- Designs and grades all tests, quizzes, papers, and other appropriate assignments to evaluate students;
- Maintains a class record and attendance book.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Thorough knowledge of subject matter and current pedagogical strategies;
- Ability to plan and present instructional material in a clear, logical and concise manner, with timely follow-through in response to questions and student-evaluation instruments;
- Ability to maintain respectful teacher-student relationship, and to foster supportive collegial atmosphere in classroom;
- Sound professional judgment and demeanor; initiative and resourcefulness instructing students in a general-education course which draws enrollment from non-major undergraduates from the four colleges of the university (Education, Business, Hospitality & Tourism, and Arts & Sciences).
|Physically capable of performing the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
- Master's Degree or higher academic credentials;
- Experience in teaching college-level coursework;
- Experience in teaching comparative religion/history of religions.
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