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Binghamton University’s Environmental Studies Program and the Biological Sciences Department invite
applications for a full-time lecturer position with a focus on ecosystems and plant ecology beginning in
Fall 2022 for a two-year appointment with the possibility of renewal. The position will be a joint hire
between the two units.
We seek an environmental scientist who can teach students about the challenges of the human-nature
interface. Our new colleague should have expertise in population, community, evolutionary, or ecosystem
ecology. Successful applicants are expected to contribute to teaching ecology-related courses including
the instruction of a large-enrollment Ecology course and plant ecology. The teaching load for this position will be three courses per semester. This load will be split between the two departments, which have a long history of collaborating on the Environmental Studies major.
Binghamton University values evidence of advancing equity and inclusion through teaching. The
Program is similarly working to increase diversity amongst its faculty. Members of groups historically
underrepresented in the field and those from non-traditional backgrounds are strongly encouraged to
● Ph.D. required, ABD status considered
● Preference given to candidates with prior experience teaching general ecology, plant ecology, and
environmental science / studies including experience teaching large enrollment courses.
● Preference given to candidates with:
o evidence of advancing equity and inclusion through teaching
o experience providing undergraduate research opportunities through courses and
o experience in teaching large enrollment courses
o an interest in and ability to use alternative and innovative instructional methods
Interested candidates should submit the following via the portal at:
• Cover letter
• Links to any academic-only website or other online presence, if not included in CV or cover letter.
• Teaching statement
• Names, affiliations, email addresses and phone numbers of three references
Review of applications will begin April 22 and continue until the position is filled.
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