Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Mon Apr 1 2019 Job Description:
The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Binghamton University invites applications for a full-time lecturer appointment to contribute to teaching in medicinal chemistry. Additional topics may include pharmaceutical calculations, pharmacology, and/or pharmaceutics, depending on the successful applicant's expertise and departmental teaching needs. The initial appointment is for one academic year; the appointment is renewable. Initial appointment will start August 19th 2019 and continue to May 17th, 2020.
Primary duties and responsibilities include:
Teach didactic and laboratory components of medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical calculations, pharmacology, and/or pharmaceutical sciences in the PharmD program.
Serve as course coordinator (coordinate coursework, manage course electronic resources, communicate with students, coordinate with other instructors, post grades)
Demonstrate a commitment to academic excellence by participating in student assessment activities.
Engage in the supervision and guidance of graduate teaching assistants as may be required in the department's programs.
Work collaboratively with faculty course instructors for continuing operation and improvement of the teaching program.
Design and implement effective teaching/learning processes.
Participate in and contribute to education workshops and conferences.
Applicants must have earned a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in chemistry, pharmacology, pharmaceutical science, biochemistry or related discipline. Preferred applicants will have university-level teaching experience in didactic and/or laboratory coursework.
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