The Institute of Agricultural Technology (www.iat.msu.edu) in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Michigan State University (MSU) is seeking candidates to serve as the instructor for HRT 212 – Landscape Plants II (5-month fixed term system, 100% teaching).
Instructional responsibilities include teaching HRT 212 – Landscape Plants II (3 credits) for the Institute of Agricultural Technology during the Fall 2018 semester. Course will be delivered in Muskegon, Michigan at Muskegon Community College. HRT 212 contact hours will be 2 hours lecture, recitation, or discussion per week and 2 hours of lab per week (4 hours of total contact time per week) for 15 weeks of instruction.
Position is planned to recur every Fall Semester.
M.S. in Horticulture or related fields
Experience in the plant identification and horticulture.
Knowledge and skills to develop teach resources in plant identification and horticulture.
Excellent teaching, oral and written communication skills
Ph.D. in Horticulture or related fields
Experience in development and assessment of learning outcomes
Undergraduate teaching experience and a passion for teaching
Required Application Materials
Qualified applicants should submit the following material through the MSU HR system:
1) letter of application,
2) current resume,
3) two letter of recommendations and
3) a statement of experiences related to the course.
Questions about the position can be directed to Dr. Randy Showerman, email@example.com.
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