Adjunct Chemistry Instructor
VIRGINIA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY (www.vwu.edu) invites applications for a part time position of Adjunct Instructor of Chemistry, to teach Organic Chemistry I and II. Fall 2020 semester, a lecture and one laboratory section for Organic I is required. A lecture and one lab section are also needed for Organic II in the Spring 2021 semester. An MS or PhD in a relevant field are required, as is previous experience teaching organic chemistry to undergraduate students. Experience running GCMS, FTIR and NMR is also of interest, but not required.
Interested individuals should contact Dr. Maury Howard, Chair of Chemistry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Virginia Wesleyan University
Virginia Wesleyan University is Coastal Virginia's premier university of the liberal arts and sciences. Situated on a 300-acre park-like campus in Virginia Beach, the University annually enrolls approximately 1,600 students in undergraduate, graduate, and online programs. Undergraduate degrees include a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Social Work with 36 majors, 30 minors, and 12 pre-professional tracks. Graduate degrees include a Master of Business Administration and Master of Arts in Education. Students thrive in average class sizes of 14 and through the University's experiential learning, high-impact leadership, and career-development programs. An inclusive community dedicated to scholarship and service grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, Virginia Wesleyan University inspires students to build meaningful lives through engagement in Coastal Virginia's dynamic metropolitan region, the nation, and the world.
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