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Lansing Community College has a job opening for a Full-time Assistant Professor of Biology.

JOB SUMMARY: (The posting will close on February 4th, 2022.)
Teach courses in the Biology Program, with a focus on non-major Biology courses, consistent with current developments in the discipline and teaching methods. Participate in program/department meetings and divisional/college-wide committees with a focus on continual improvement of programs and learning outcomes. Participate in curriculum and course development, course and program coordination, tutoring and advising students, mentoring and reviewing peers, and actively participates in College initiatives. Must demonstrate a commitment to the diversity of a multi-cultural population, as well as work effectively in a team-based environment, seeking continuous improvement and adherence to the community college philosophy

For more information, please visit: https://jobs.lcc.edu/en/job/492589/ft-assistant-professor-biology

Spring 2022 Adjunct Zoology Instructor – Montcalm Community College (Sidney)

BIOL115: Zoology
This course is primarily populated by students planning to continue at MSU in veterinary or other related fields. This course is tentatively scheduled on MW mornings but may be able to change depending on adjunct availability.
For more information about the course description, qualifications, pay, etc. please visit: https://www.montcalm.edu/about/employment/ and click on Part-time positions. Montcalm Community College (Sidney, MI) accepts applications on a rolling basis.
You can also reach out to Heather Wesp, Biology Faculty, (hwesp@montcalm.edu) with questions as well.  

Fall 2021 Adjunct Intro A&PI Instructor – Oakland Community College (Orchard Ridge Campus)

We have an open adjunct position for an Anatomy and Physiology 1 at Oakland Community College, Orchard Ridge Campus. The section is in-person on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.  Please email Dr. Wendy Kuhn (wfkuhn@oaklandcc.edu) if you are interested in teaching this course.  Please include your CV/resume and transcript of courses taken (unofficial is fine) in your response. A description of the course is below.  

BIO 2630     Human Anatomy and Physiology I     4 Credit Hours

Equivalent: BIO 1630,BIO 1610

This course will analyze the structural and functional relationships of the human body at the biochemical, cellular, tissue, organ and system level. Emphasis will be placed on the identification of the major anatomical parts and physiological activities of the integumentary, skeletal (including articulations), muscular, and nervous (including special senses) system. The laboratory component of this course involves application of the concepts presented in lecture. This natural science course is also required for many health-related fields. BILLABLE CONTACT HOURS: 6

  • To promote an interest in biology.
  • To improve the teaching of biology by providing opportunities to share and discuss instructional techniques and teaching methods.
  • To provide opportunities for updates on current topics and trends in biology.
  • To facilitate the exchange of ideas and foster communication, friendship and unity among the community college biologists in Michigan.