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  • Writer's pictureNational Institute on Scientific Teaching

Yale University

The Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology at Yale University seeks to hire a course coordinator/lecturer to facilitate the administration and teaching of the foundation BIOL 101-104 series of biology courses. Duties include coordinating and training teaching fellow staff, teaching enrichment sessions to under-prepared undergraduates, teaching discussion sections, managing course websites, grading of exercises, curriculum development and providing other logistical support.


Candidates competitive for this position will have a PhD, or equivalent degree at the time of hire, and prior experience as a graduate teaching assistant or other teaching at the college level, experience with active learning and the ability to effectively liaise with faculty, staff and students involved in the BIOL series. Applications should include a cover letter, cv, names of three references, a copy of any teaching reviews, and a one-page statement of your teaching interests and philosophy. The initial term will be a ten-month academic appointment, with possibility of renewal, based on performance evaluation.

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