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Founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1948, Stonehill is a private Catholic college located just 22-miles from downtown Boston on a beautiful 384-acre campus in Easton, Massachusetts. With a student to faculty ratio of 13:1, the College engages its 2,500+ students in 80+ rigorous academic programs in the liberal arts, sciences, and pre-professional fields.
The Department of Biology seeks applicants for a one-year, part-time, teaching post-doctoral position to begin in August 2012. The position involves a two-day teaching schedule consisting of two courses per semester, primarily laboratory courses in introductory Biology (Bio Principles), Cell Biology and Genetics. The stipend for this position is $30,000 plus benefits and faculty development support. Opportunity to collaborate with faculty on research may be available depending on research interests. Qualifications include a recent Ph.D. in biology and a demonstrated strong commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching.
Interested applicants should submit via email a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, transcripts and a statement of teaching philosophy to:
Dr. Magdalena James-Pederson
Biology Department Chairperson
The search is ongoing and will continue until the position is filled.
Applicants who will enrich the diversity of the campus community are strongly encouraged to apply.
Stonehill College is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity.
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