QUANTITATIVE SUSTAINABILITY LECTURER
The selected candidate would be expected to teach a load of 10 credit hours each fall and spring semester, likely existing of 1) Systems Thinking (3 credits, existing course), 2) Life Cycle Assessment (3 credits, existing course), 3) Introduction to Sustainability (3 credits, new course), and 4) Community Service in Sustainability (1 credit, seminar style course). This is a 12 month appointment, and summer teaching responsibilities will consist of teaching 4 credits: 1) Introduction to Sustainability (3 credits) and 2) Community Service in Sustainability (1 credit). Responsibilities will potentially include lecturing, conducting regularly scheduled office hours, writing and grading exams and homework, supervising teaching assistants, and creating new course content as needed. Continuing professional development opportunities will be provided.
PhD or other terminal degree, or a degree at least one level above the level of instruction, or otherwise approved as qualified by the Dean
PhD in a sustainability related field. All But Dissertation (ABD) will be considered.
Interest in teaching quantitative sustainability courses
Experience with quantitative sustainability in a research and/or teaching context