Assistant/Associate Teaching Professor – Physiological and Developmental Biolog
The Department of Biology at Penn State’s University Park campus is committed to innovative teaching and promotes active student-centered learning. We are seeking someone who can contribute to the instructional mission in our undergraduate program. Our goal is to create an integrated undergraduate experience, including lecture, lab, peer mentoring, and research. The Department invites applications for a non-tenure track lecturer/teaching professor starting Fall 2022. Teaching responsibilities will include our introductory undergraduate lecture and laboratory course in Function and Development of Organisms (BIOL 240W). This course emphasizes an integrated approach to the comparative physiology of both plants and mammals. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in plant a
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