The University of St. Thomas is a private institution committed to the liberal arts and to the religious, ethical, and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education. The School of Education, one of the schools within the University of St. Thomas, is conducting a search for adjunct positions beginning in Fall 2010. Growth in the graduate program has increased the need for instructors to teach in university based, off-campus and online courses.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
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Monday, June 21, 2010
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Part-time adjunct faculty to teach graduate art education courses online. Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 courses in need of instructors include Curriculum in Teaching Art, Principles of Teaching Art and Issues in Art Education.
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Friday, June 18, 2010
Adjunct Faculty Wanted Evening and online opportunities for programs in Central and Southern Illinois Greenville College, a Christian liberal arts college, is seeking adjunct faculty for its B.S. in Organizational Leadership and M.S. in Management Practice programs. Requires masters degree, doctorate preferred in appropriate field. A vibrant personal Christian faith is necessary. Courses include: * Group Dynamics * Leadership * Research Methods * Research Writing * Communication * Strategic Management * Human Resources * Information Technology * Organizational Theory * Cultural Influences
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Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Education Consultants, Editors, & Statisticians
About the Job:
Editing-Writing. com needs education consultants (retired/semi-retired or adjunct faculty), academic editors (APA style), and statisticians. Consultants, editors, and statisticians may be located anywhere in the US.
Education consultants (thesis-dissertation advisors) must have doctorate and graduate committee experience, as chair or member. Academic editors must have Bachelor's degree and 5+ years of APA editing experience. Statisticians must have masters/doctorate in statistics, biostatistics, or psychometrics.
Our consultants may be located anywhere in the USA. Work-at-home okay. This is a high-volume consulting network. Minimum availability of 20 hours/week required. You must be fully freelance, retired, and/or teaching no more than 2 classes on campus or online. Qualified applicants will be sent several scholarly writing and editing tests (approximately 30 minutes of time investment). There are no retests. Failed tests are not marked and returned. Preference will be given to applicants who are willing to commit long-term and who have online teaching/freelance consulting experience. Consultants work directly with students/clients.
Education consultants needed in the following areas (listed in order of subject priority):
• Homeland security
• Criminal justice
• Business & Marketing
• Statistics (SAS, Stata, Statistica, Matlab, Minitab, Lisrel, HLM, R, Splus, GNU S)
• Psychology (various specialties)
• International Relations / International Business / Diplomacy
• Social Work (APA formatting expertise required)
• Urban Affairs
• Sociology / Anthropology
• Law / Legal Topics
• Travel / Tourism / Hospitality
• Women's Studies
• Latino Studies
• African American Studies
* be able to use Microsoft Word's tracking and comment features,
* be able to send and receive file attachments,
* have reliable Internet access plus primary and secondary e-mail addresses,
* be able to follow a university's guidelines (i.e., style manual, handbook),
* be able to check e-mail several times each day (including once per day on weekends) and respond quickly, and
* be USA-based and speak English as a first language
1. Do not respond if you don't meet our minimum requirements.
2. No phone calls
3. No hard-copy resumes
4. No trainees / entry-level
5. Do not use the chat button on our sites to enquire about this posting
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Saturday, June 12, 2010
Potential adjunct/temporary part-time liberal arts faculty positions available August 2010 (Fall Semester) include: Sociology, English, Biology/Earth Science, Math, Economics, and History. Majority of courses are on-line delivery. Prefer master's degree in the field or master's degree with minimum of 16 graduate semester credits in the specific field, with on-line instruction experience. Employment subject to student demand.
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Concordia University Chicago is seeking part-time, adjunct instructors for teaching graduate level 8-week hybrid online courses in Instructional Design and Technology. Courses focus on technology integration for K-12 teachers. Current openings are for the fall sessions.
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Thursday, June 3, 2010
We are searching for two instructors to teach online English Composition at Lehman College (ENG 110: Principles of Effective Writing I) as part of a CUNY-wide pilot. Instructors will work with our department's pilot liaison in both teaching and molding an existing composition curriculum, with the goal of creating a standardized yet flexible template for teaching online composition in the future. Applicants must have at least five years (ten total semesters) of composition teaching experience, and at least 3 years (six total semesters) of asynchronous online teaching experience, all at the college level. Ph.D. preferred, M.A. required. Send application letter and curriculum vitae to: Prof. Terrence Cheng, Chair, Department of English, Lehman College-CUNY, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY 10468. E-mail inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
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