Environmental Studies (Part Time Lecturer Pool)
The Environmental Studies Graduate Program at CSUF invites applicants for its part-time faculty pool on an ongoing basis. The master's program in Environmental Studies is a broadly based, interdisciplinary program that focuses on human interaction with the environment.
The program is geared for students entering the rapidly expanding environmental field, especially in environmental science, planning and regulation, and environmental education. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of environmental challenges, the program seeks to integrate paradigms and approaches from a range of related disciplines in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities. With 60-100 graduate students, the program offers an exciting and rewarding academic experience for its students and its faculty. For further information, please refer to the Environmental Studies homepage: http://hss.fullerton.edu/envstud/
Areas of Specialization
We are seeking highly motivated, well-organized individuals for possible teaching assignments in the following courses:
- Air Quality Management
- Environmental Activism and Organization
- Environmental Dispute Resolution
- Environmental Education
- Environmental Hydrology
- Environmental Impact Assessment
- Environmental Law
- Environmental Planning
- Environmental Policy
- Cultural Resource Management
This is a pool of part-time lecturers for the department to draw on as necessary. APPOINTMENTS FROM THE PART-TIME POOL ARE TEMPORARY AND OFTEN MADE JUST PRIOR TO THE START OF THE ACADEMIC TERM. APPLICANTS MUST BE AVAILABLE ON VERY SHORT NOTICE.
Candidates should have a PhD, or have a Master's degree with considerable professional experience. Disciplinary background and professional expertise should be consistent with the course content. We are especially interested in candidates with previous teaching experience, with applied environmental expertise, and with experience addressing environmental challenges in the Southern California context. Because our students are drawn from an array of undergraduate backgrounds-sciences, social sciences, and humanities- the ability to communicate effectively with a broad mix of students is essential.
Candidates should demonstrate their ability to interact and work effectively with a wide and culturally diverse range of students, including first-generation college students.
Preference will be given to those with experience in working with diverse populations and fostering a collaborative, supportive and inclusive environment. Preference will also be given to those with substantial relevant work experience and those who bring professional capabilities.
HOW TO APPLY & DEADLINE:
A complete online application must be submitted to receive consideration.
Provide the following materials:
- Cover letter which includes a statement of which courses qualified to teach
- 3 Letters of Recommendation
- Diversity statement - This statement provides the applicant’s unique perspective on their past and present contributions to and future aspirations for promoting diversity, inclusion, and social justice in their professional careers. The purpose of the diversity statement is to help the department identify candidates who have professional experience, intellectual commitments, and/or willingness to engage in activities that could help CSUF contribute to its mission in these areas
- Documentation of teaching effectiveness (if available)
- Sample course syllabi (if available)
- Undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts (unofficial copies accepted until appointment)
- Summary of teaching evaluations (if available)
Review of applications may begin immediately and continue through June 30, 2021.
Please direct all questions about the position to April Bullock, Program Coordinator, email@example.com
The need for part-time faculty is greatest in the Fall and Spring semesters. The fall term begins in late August and ends in mid-December; the spring term runs from late January through the end of May. On rare occasions, part-time faculty are needed during one of the Summer session segments.