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Lecturer Job Openings


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Lecturer in Chemistry (2 Positions) (PDF)
Full-time, Non-Tenure
Application Review Begins: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 . Position will remain open until filled.
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The Chemistry department at Whitworth University provides a stimulating environment in which students can use the latest technology in course and lab work, and also have opportunities for advanced research. In the last decade, the number of chemistry students has increased 60% and typically, 20-30 students graduate with a chemistry major each year. Recent graduates have been accepted to excellent chemistry graduate schools (for example, Notre Dame, University of Washington, UC Berkeley, and Cal Tech), medical schools (for example, University of Washington, University of Pennsylvania, and Boston University), in addition to finding employment opportunities directly after graduation. Primary teaching responsibilities include general, organic and biochemistry (GOB) for non-majors and/or general chemistry lectures and labs; additional teaching assignments may include other lower division laboratories and courses as needed.   More...

Lecturer In Theatre (PDF)
Application Review Begins: Tuesday, November 7, 2017 . Position will remain open until filled.
ALTHOUGH THE POSITION HAS NOT BEEN FILLED WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME. The Theatre Department at Whitworth University invites applications for a Lecturer in Theatre with an emphasis on acting and directing. The Whitworth University Theatre Department offers students the unique opportunity to explore theatre from a faith-based perspective through a wide range of experiences. A collaborative, supportive faculty of theatre practitioners facilitate the creativity and discipline of their students through classes in acting, directing, non-traditional performance, design, theory, history and literature.   More...