Anatomy and Physiology
We are seeking a teacher for a 100-level Anatomy and Physiology course for fall term, September 8th through December 18th. We have no science majors, so this is an introductory general education course. The course description follows: This class explores the inner workings of the human body. Through examining systems, we will see how normal and ongoing activities of the body support us as we go through our daily lives. Students gain further understanding of body function through examples of how the body extends its function to extraordinary limits and of how the body dysfunctions with disease. Emphasis is placed on personal application through exploring ways to wisely enhance your own function and through gaining understanding of diseases that have altered our lives and the lives of those around us. BA required, MA preferred. Must have 2-3 years relevant teaching experience at the post-secondary level. Applications due by March 20th.
We are seeking a teacher for a 100-level statistics course for fall term, September 8th through December 18th. We have no math majors, so this is an introductory general education course designed for social science majors who may go on to graduate work in counseling and humanistic psychology. We need a teacher who can take creative approaches to this course—who is sensitive to the math phobic and yet can work with other students who are more comfortable and capable, and will ground the math in real-world social science research situations and practice. BA required, MA preferred. Must have 2-3 years relevant teaching experience at the post-secondary level. Applications due by March 20th.
To apply for any open position, please send a cover letter and resume to Coralee Holm via email or mail to:
351 North Avenue
Burlington, Vermont 05401
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