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Adjunct Professor in Biology and Public Health
DATE:   7/16/2020
JOB TITLE:   Adjunct Professor in Biology and Public Health
TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:   Chair Department of Biology


Candidates are invited to apply for adjunct professor positions in the Department of Biology at Niagara University. We seek a creative individual with demonstrated expertise and interest in public health education to teach epidemiology in fall 2020. Opportunities to teach introduction to public health, global health, projects in public health, health communications, and courses within the candidate’s specialty may also be available. Candidates with significant public health work, undergraduate teaching experience, and involvement in community and/or global health activities are preferred. Candidates must have a completed master’s degree and a Ph.D. is preferred. Candidates are expected to have a strong commitment to interdisciplinary teaching and will have opportunities to engage in campus- and community-wide efforts to promote health and well being.

Candidates should provide a curriculum vita, and a cover letter. Salary is determined via training and experience. All materials should be sent electronically to Dr. Robert Greene, Chair Department of Biology ( rsg@niagara.edu ) with hard copies to same at PO Box.

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