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University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC, United States
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The Curriculum for Environment and Ecology (CEE) seeks a candidates to teach ENEC 220: Colorado River Headwater Basin Hydrology.

Minimum Qualifications:
The selected candidates must have previous experience teaching university-level courses in an environmental field, a willingness and background to teach the above course in a design studio format. Experience working with undergraduate and students in a small settings and in group oriented project based learning. Watershed hydrology to undergraduate students. Students will learn fundamental concepts by exposure to a variety of instructors, in-situ field experiments, instrument and sampling techniques, as well as modeling approaches. The course leverages expertise across the breadth of hydro-logic topics and student effort is largely based on participation. Ph. D. in Geology, Hydrology, Environmental Science or a related field