The Department of Anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington invites applications for up to three part-time, non-tenure track Lecturer positions in biological anthropology during the 2019-20 academic year. Lecturers in the Department of Anthropology who have an annual contract serve for a period of nine months (September 15—June 15). Positions may be renewable contingent on availability of funding. We seek biological anthropologists who have a record of successful teaching at the undergraduate level. Teaching responsibilities will include one or more undergraduate courses in biological anthropology per quarter, including Introduction to Principles of Biological Anthropology and other classes in human evolutionary biology. Courses are offered in three 11-week academic quarters of a nine-month academic year.
Applicants must have earned a doctorate, or foreign equivalent, with a focus in biological anthropology by the date of appointment; applicants who have not completed their doctorate at the time of application will be considered.
To apply, please submit the following items: (1) cover letter, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) teaching portfolio, including a statement of teaching philosophy, a sample syllabus for both a larger lower division and a smaller upper division class (an upper division class with a laboratory component would be welcome), and teaching evaluations, (4) diversity statement (a statement on how your teaching, research and/or service contribute to diversity through scholarship or by improving access to higher education for underrepresented individuals or groups), and (5) the names of three referees. The cover letter should be addressed to Dr. Patricia Ann Kramer, Chair, Department of Anthropology. Priority will be given to applications received by March 1, 2019.
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