Adjunct Biology faculty are needed to teach day and evening Microbiology courses at the Community College of Baltimore County (campus may vary). Faculty facilitate learning by preparing and delivering instruction, cooperate with College support staff by timely submission of materials for duplication and grades, and coordinate activities with the Department Chairperson or discipline coordinator.
Adjunct faculty will be available to help students during one office hour each week (for each class), will participate in some Departmental or College activities, and are encouraged to participate in professional development.
Adjunct faculty may teach up to 22 credit hours each year and usually teach no more than 11 credits each semester.
A Master of Science in Microbiology or related field with appropriate course work is required for lecture instructors. A Bachelor of Science with appropriate education and experience is required for lab instructors. Instructional experience is preferred.
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