The Emory University Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology (NBB) Program seeks a creative and engaging faculty member who will contribute effectively to undergraduate teaching and mentoring and who will provide leadership and service to the NBB program and Emory College. The appointment is for a regular faculty member (http://college.emory.edu/faculty/documents/faculty/faculty-responsibilities.pdf) on the Lecture Track, whose primary responsibilities are in teaching, program administration and service. For details about this established faculty track and opportunities for re-appointment and promotion within this track, please explore this website (http://college.emory.edu/faculty/faculty/promotion-lecture-track.html). The Emory College of Arts and Sciences supports faculty professional excellence through faculty development programs and values representation from Lecturers in College and University-level governance and service.
The Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology Program (http://catalog.college.emory.edu/department-program/index.php?YToxOntzOjI6ImlkIjtzOjI6IjQ0Ijt9) is an interdepartmental undergraduate program representing a unique interdisciplinary synthesis of the fields of neuroscience and behavior. The program's success comes from the expertise, enthusiasm, and commitment of 8 core faculty, six of them lecture-track, and supported by a larger community of 54 faculty in associated departments and programs across the University. The NBB program faculty are committed to creating a respectful community of educators and scholars and seek colleagues who are willing to nurture and support growth of students of all races, ethnicities, gender identities, and those who identify as LGBTQ+. This search is part of a multi-year Emory initiative to foster equity (https://equityandinclusion.emory.edu/_includes/documents/sections/homepage/odei_2020_midyear_report.pdf) and to promote the success of our diverse student population. A successful candidate will have a PhD in a field that will contribute meaningfully to the NBB Program's curricular goals and an outstanding record of teaching, curricular development and student academic advising. A new faculty member will teach 1-2 required NBB courses (https://www.nbb.emory.edu/academics/course-descriptions/Core%20Courses.html) and 2-3 other courses that positively contribute to the NBB curriculum. Applicants with demonstrated effectiveness in teaching diverse students, engaging their critical thinking, and in applying innovative instructional techniques are of particular interest.
Application materials are submitted via Interfolio using the following link apply.interfolio.com/98945 and include the following materials:
1) Cover letter
3) A statement of teaching experience, interests and philosophy.
4) A statement detailing your experience and philosophy regarding teaching and mentoring students from diverse backgrounds and/or contributions to social justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.
5) Any additional information related to professional development, pedagogical scholarship or evidence of teaching effectiveness that speaks to your commitment to teaching and mentoring of undergraduates.
Items 3 -5 should not exceed six pages combined.
Applicants should arrange to have three confidential letters of recommendation submitted on their behalf. Application review will begin on December 15; to ensure full consideration, all materials should be received by January 18th, 2022.
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The deadline for applications is January 18, 2022.
Emory University is located in Atlanta, Georgia (USA) and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Disability/Veteran employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.
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