Require: Master’s Degree in microbiology or related field by date of appointment (August 2017) for appointment as Instructor.
Doctorate in microbiology or related field by date of appointment (August 2017) for appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor.
For this position, Miami University will not sponsor applicants for H-1B work status.
Desire: Experience teaching undergraduate lectures and laboratories on topics related to microbiology, interest in developing new courses (including online) and advising experience.
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