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Job ID: 1886
Lecturer (macro and/or micro) to teach undergraduate economics; to advise students; and to provide service to students and the institution. The economics department at Miami University is housed in the Farmer School of Business, but has majors in both the Business School and the College of Arts and Science.
To teach undergraduate economics; to advise students; and to provide service to students and the institution. Duties may also include providing support for the following: visiting faculty teaching Principles of Economics, assessment of Principles of Economics and other courses, e-learning, and career opportunities for students.
PhD in Economics (completed by December 2016 for appointment to a second year).
Upload teaching performance as "Teaching Philosophy," and statement of service philosophy/interest as "other." Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the January 2016 ASSA meetings in San Francisco. Letters of reference will be requested by department.
A strong candidate will have a commitment to excellence in teaching high quality courses in Principles of Economics (Macro and/or Micro) and upper level courses; commitment to excellence in teaching large sections of principles; commitment to pedagogic innovation; and demonstrated enthusiasm for undertaking student centered service responsibilities such as academic and extracurricular advising; student advising experience.
Miami University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with smoke- and tobacco-free campuses, is committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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