Essential Functions: Coordinate undergraduate labs (general and organic). Serve as liaison to solution room staff and undergraduate dispensing staff.Teach appropriate courses using best practices.Assist in curriculum development by serving as a member of the departmental curriculum committee.Serve as an advisor to undergraduate chemistry majors if needed.Assist with the Chemistry Learning Center. Support a cooperative learning environment. Serve as chemistry liaison to the University's Office for Teaching and Learning. Serve as chemistry liaison to the undergraduate library.Participate in TA training, TA effectiveness, TA evaluations, and TA assignments.Serve as liaison to high school teachers and tour groups if needed.Serve as chemistry department liaison for multidisciplinary programs (i.e., College of Education) if needed.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Chemistry with strong communication skills.
Internal Number: 76_205671
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