The Food Science and Human Nutrition Department at Michigan State University invites applications for a fixed-term faculty position in Food Science for the fall 2019 semester (August 16 - December 31, 2019). The successful candidate will be expected to teach FSC 481, Fermented Beverages. This course focuses on the origin and history of alcoholic beverages produced by fermentation; types of products and methods of production; relationships among agricultural practices, processing and sensory attributes; and the responsible consumption of alcoholic beverages. The base salary listed above is the full-time equivalent salary; this position is offering $9,000 for the course.
The ideal candidate will have an advanced degree in Food Science and 2 years of relevant work experience contributing toward the candidates ability to perform the expected teaching duties, and be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to student education, well-being, and safety.
A record of excellent teaching skills at the undergraduate level to a diverse student body is desired.
Required Application Materials
Application should include a letter of interest, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, and the names and email addresses of three references.
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