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10/16/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Primary duties will be teaching both, undergraduate and graduate level classes. Instructor teaching loads of three to four courses per semester, and contracts of one to three years duration (renewable) are negotiable based on applicant qualifications and departmental needs. The successful candidate will be expected to teach daytime, evening, and weekend classes depending on departmen… View Details Bookmark
06/07/2017
01/31/2018
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
The Department of Philosophy and Classics at The University of Texas at San Antonio invites applications for non-tenure track lecturers to cover one or more of the following course areas: Ethics, Critical Thinking, Introductory Latin, Intermediate Latin, Introduction to Humanities, Medical Humanities, Medical Humanities Capstone Seminar, World Religions, Christian Classics, Bible as Literature,… View Details Bookmark
11/17/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Teach courses in early childhood education. Teach courses day/evening/Saturdays at Main or Downtown Campus View Details Bookmark
11/21/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Downtown Campus
External
Teach specific course/s as assigned, contribute service to the department and college by working with mentoring undergraduate students; curriculum development, assisting with course scheduling, serving on committees pertaining to undergraduate/graduate education and student issues. View Details Bookmark
06/01/2017
11/30/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Lecturers may teach up to four courses per semester at the undergraduate level usually at the introductory level in their area of expertise View Details Bookmark
11/17/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Successful applicants will teach undergraduate courses in literacy education. View Details Bookmark
11/24/2015
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Downtown Campus
External
Lecturer would teach courses on a per-semester basis according to departmental needs. View Details Bookmark
09/29/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
May teach a variety of dietetic courses in basic nutrition, community nutrition, advanced nutrition, and food science principles. Lecturers may teach up to four classes a semester at the undergraduate level, usually at the introductory level, in their area of expertise. View Details Bookmark
11/10/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Lecturers may teach up to two courses per semester at the undergraduate level, usually at the introductory level, in their area of expertise. View Details Bookmark
07/12/2017
01/31/2018
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Downtown Campus
External
Primary duties will be teaching courses at the graduate level in the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies. The expected teaching load is one course per semester. View Details Bookmark
11/14/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Downtown Campus
External
Primary duties will be teaching courses at the graduate level in the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies. The expected teaching load is 1-4 courses per semester as needed by dept. View Details Bookmark
09/03/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Lecturers may teach up to four courses per semester at the undergraduate level, usually at the introductory level, in their area of expertise. View Details Bookmark
05/24/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Lecturers may teach up to four classes a semester at the undergraduate level, usually at the introductory level, in their area of expertise. View Details Bookmark
11/06/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Teaching courses in the BBA in Management Science degree program. Specifically MS 4543 (Supply Chain Management) during the Spring semester 2018. View Details Bookmark
11/20/2017
11/27/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Primary duties will be teaching courses at the undergraduate level for African American Studies. The expected teaching load is one course per semester. View Details Bookmark
11/09/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Teach CS course(s) on Introductory Programming courses, User Interfaces and Human-Computer Interaction, Database Systems, Data Mining, and Data Science. View Details Bookmark
06/12/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus, Downtown Campus
External
Teach graduate and doctoral level Clinical Mental Health Counseling or School Counseling courses on an as needed basis in a CACREP accredited program. View Details Bookmark
05/05/2017
01/31/2018
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
To teach one or more courses in required or elective undergraduate and/or graduate level course(s) in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. Lecturers are responsible for maintaining office hours for each course taught; grading; course preparation(s); to work under supervision of the chairperson in integrating teaching efforts with other instructors in the discipline area. May… View Details Bookmark
11/06/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Teaching courses in the Master of Science in Data Analytics degree program. Specifically STA 6813 (Data Analytics Applications) during the spring semester of 2018. View Details Bookmark
11/06/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Teaching courses for Applied Statistics Masters students. Specifically STA 6233 (Advanced Statistics Programming -SAS software) during the Spring semester 2018. View Details Bookmark
11/20/2017
11/27/2017
This is a Non-Tenure Track Faculty, non-benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Lecturers typically teach 1-2 courses per semester, in unusual cases they may teach up to four courses per semester at the undergraduate level usually at the introductory level in their area of expertise View Details Bookmark
09/01/2017
This is a Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Maintaining an active research program; teaching introductory course in general anthropology and biological anthropology, elective undergraduate courses, and graduate courses in areas of specialization; mentoring graduate students in the department’s MA and PhD programs; department and college service. View Details Bookmark
11/21/2017
This is a Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Responsibilities for the position include research, teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels, program development, and service. View Details Bookmark
10/17/2017
This is a Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
-Successful candidates will be expected to develop and maintain research programs, engage in both undergraduate and graduate education and contribute their leadership and innovative thinking toward global prominence in cyber security. -Teaching and research opportunities will be based on the qualifications of the candidate. The Department of Information Systems and Cyber Security has a stro… View Details Bookmark
10/23/2017
This is a Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
-Responsibilities include building on departmental strengths, recruit outstanding faculty, promote scholarly initiatives and grant funding efforts, be an advocate to both internal University and external constituencies. -Promote and conduct an active research program, teach graduate and undergraduate courses, seek external funding, and provide service to the department and university. -T… View Details Bookmark
10/02/2017
This is a Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
The successful candidate is required to pursue an active research and publishing agenda, and teach and mentor undergraduate and graduate students. Teaching assignments may be made at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. View Details Bookmark
09/25/2017
This is a Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Responsibilities include developing a strong research program, teaching courses at the undergraduate levels, participation in department activities, and service to the department, college, and university. The normal teaching load is 2/2. We are seeking a dynamic and dedicated teacher/scholar who will welcome the opportunity to work closely with undergraduates and to promote the study of Clas… View Details Bookmark
10/27/2017
This is a Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus, Downtown Campus
External
Teach, advise, and mentor undergraduate and graduate students at the Main and Downtown campuses; participate in teaching courses in the Department of Environmental Science and Ecology degree programs; pursue an active research, publishing, and external funding agenda; and serve the University, profession, and community. Degree programs currently offered in the Department are: Bachelor and Mast… View Details Bookmark
09/13/2017
01/16/2018
This is a Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Downtown Campus
External
Tenure-track faculty position: teaching and research expectations are commensurate with research institutions. View Details Bookmark
11/17/2017
This is a Tenure Track Faculty, benefits eligible position
Main Campus
External
Maintain a successful research program that will attract external funding and successfully teaching and training students in the Psychology Department’s undergraduate and graduate programs. View Details Bookmark