The Department of Physics at the University of North Texas is seeking a Lecturer in Physics to serve in a continuing, full time position and to start in the Fall 2020 academic semester. The department serves students from across the University’s population, including physics majors. The Lecturer position is an important pedagogically oriented element of the department’s delivery of courses for freshman and sophomores from STEM and non-science areas.
The Lecturer will be required to teach introductory physics and astronomy courses and may be assigned to teach core undergraduate courses in physics depending on the departmental needs. The candidates are expected to teach 3-4 courses per semester with the potential for a course load reduction for other assignments such as assisting in recruiting, professional activities, undergraduate advising, course development, lab management, and service activities. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Minimum Qualifications:Master’s of Science degree in Physics
Two years’ experience in teaching introductory courses in physics at the college or university level
Preferred Qualifications:Ph.D. in Physics and /or Physics Education
Experience teaching large lecture courses or online courses.
Strong student success focus
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