University of Baltimore, Yale Gordon College of Arts & Sciences - Adjunct Faculty (New Post)
Maryland Water Monitoring Council—Place to Post Internships
University of Baltimore
Adjunct Faculty, Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences
Program in Environmental Sustainability and Human Ecology
Position Type: Adjunct Faculty
Salary: To be confirmed for each vacancy.
The University of Baltimore’s program in Environmental Sustainability and Human Ecology (ESHE) is searching for adjunct faculty to teach two courses, Human Ecology and Science of the Environment. These courses satisfy the USM requirement in general education in science for non- lab and laboratory courses, respectively. Course descriptions are as follows:
Introduces the student to aspects and dimensions of the impact of burgeoning human populations on human societies and life on Earth in general. Specific applied topics in environmental science, ecology and sustainability are covered, with a focus on urban ecosystem issues. An emphasis is placed on current and newsworthy topics at scales ranging from local to global. Understanding the place of humans in the biosphere and how to ensure a habitable planet for future generations and for other organisms is a primary goal of the course.
A survey of a number of scientific disciplines related to the earth’s changing environment, including geology, ecology, zoology, hydrology, climatology and chemistry. These disciplines are integrated to provide a clearer understanding of complex environmental issues, using both local and global case studies. The laboratory portion of the course investigates environmental hypotheses and theories and introduces students to the techniques of environmental data collection and analysis.
Two sections of ENVS 201 Human ecology are available: TR 11-1220 and M 530-800. One section of Science of the Environment is available with labs running from 330- 520 and 8-10 pm on Monday and Lecture from 530- 800 on Monday.
The Maryland Water Monitoring Council invites you to post paid and unpaid internship positions on their web site.
Internship positions will be posted from any water monitoring group in Maryland. Intern opportunities will be posted from both private as well as public groups. Each internship posting needs to include all necessary contact information so students can easily apply. This "one stop shop" will be an efficient way to quickly advertise internship positions and to attract the best qualified applicants. Please send all vacancy announcements to Dan Boward at email@example.com If you have any questions, contact Dan or myself at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Van Ness, Chairman , Maryland Water Monitoring Council