Part-Time Faculty - Biology

Anderson University seeks instructors for part-time faculty position openings in Human Biology (with lab) and/or Microbiology (with lab). Minimum requirements include a Master's degree which requires 18 graduate hours in biology or a related field. Lecture and lab times are flexible. We have special interest in instructors available to teach in the evenings. Anderson University is a comprehensive, liberal arts institution affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention. Candidates with a strong Christian value system, lifestyle, and commitment to the integration of faith and learning are encouraged to apply.

Send resume to:
Dr. Carrie Koenigstein
Anderson University
316 Boulevard
Anderson, SC 29621

or by email to ckoenigstein@andersonuniversity.edu. Electronic submission is preferred. Additional information may be obtained by calling 864-231-2150.

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