Faculty Employment Opportunities

Loyola offers an excellent benefits package including generous tuition benefits for full-time faculty members and their dependents. Please complete our EEO Inquiry Form when applying for the following positions and e-mail to eeo@loyno.edu.

 

Visiting Professorship in Race and Culture in Media - School of Communication & Design

Position Description The School of Communication & Design at Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for a full time non-tenure track position at the rank of Visiting Professor to begin in fall 2021.

SALARY: Competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications, with excellent benefits package.

We seek an engaging educator for our new position of Visiting Professorship in Race and Culture in Media. The candidate’s teaching and service will prepare our students for future success in the communications industry by providing a critical lens through which to understand the relationship between media and communication as it relates to race, ethnicity, equality and identity.

The School offers communication degrees with concentrations in advertising, journalism, visual communication and public relations. The preferred candidate will develop courses that reach across these concentrations with a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. The candidate will also foster a broad conversation throughout the School, among faculty, students and the School’s professional labs and competition teams, about the intersection of media, race and culture. Responsibilities include teaching, mentoring and advising students, faculty governance participation, assistance in recruiting, participating in school events, and working across disciplines and departments to enrich the student experience. We seek a high-energy colleague who is student-centered and brings a positive collegial attitude and additional expertise to our team.

Course load: Teach four undergraduate core curriculum and/or courses in the area of specialization courses per semester.

The start date of this position is August 1, 2021.

Required Qualifications: A master’s degree is required and/or significant professional experience. Ph.D. is preferred. Professional experience in journalism or strategic communication is preferred as well as teaching experience (traditional and online settings) at the college level.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

THE SCHOOL: The School of Communications and Design, one of three schools in the College of Music and Media, serves more than 400 students. The school includes the departments of journalism and strategic communications with areas in advertising, public relations and visual communication. Art, graphic design and digital filmmaking also make up the school. The school is committed to fostering a culturally diverse educational environment. Loyola University New Orleans is the only Jesuit institution to hold both ACEJMC accreditation and the Certification inEducation for Public Relations (CEPR). In the School of Communication and Design, we educate students in the Jesuit tradition to become intellectual, ethical and creative practitioners and leaders in the professions and industries of journalism and mass communication.

THE UNIVERSITY: Loyola University New Orleans is a Jesuit Catholic University that educates diverse leaders dedicated to justice, compassion, service, and academic excellence. Consistent with our mission, we welcome candidates who demonstrate a strong commitment to fostering inclusion and equity in a culturally diverse environment. Loyola University New Orleans is located in beautiful uptown New Orleans on Historic St. Charles Avenue across from Audubon Park.

APPLICATION: The initial application review will begin February 1, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. Complete applications will include a letter of application; a current curriculum vitae; and names, mailing addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of four professional references. All applications must be submitted electronically in a single pdf document. Please indicate “School of Communication and Design Position” in the letter of application and/or subject line.

SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS TO:
Lisa Collins
Interim Director, School of Communication and Design
College of Music and Media
Loyola University New Orleans 
6363 St. Charles Avenue Campus Box 201
lhcollins@loyno.edu
cmm.loyno.edu/masscomm

 

Teacher Education Faculty Member - College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Office and The Office of Teacher Education invite applications for a Teacher Education faculty position. The faculty member in the Office of Teacher Education will teach four classes from the course progression at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The individual will provide academic counseling, advice and guidance to students seeking a teaching certificate as undergraduates and for graduate students pursuing the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT). The individual holding this position must be knowledgeable of the institution’s academic regulations and of resources available to our students and faculty. This individual must also be familiar with the Louisiana Department of Education’s requirements for certification and work with the Director of Teacher Education to implement all aspects of the Teacher Education Program.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Education or other related area. Teaching experience at the secondary level as well as in higher education is required. Preference will be given to candidates with extensive work experience in higher education and those who hold teacher certification.

Priority will be given to applications received by March 20, 2021. However, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Please submit letter of application, CV, and 3 letters of recommendation to:

Diane Riehlmann
riehlman@loyno.edu
College of Arts and Sciences
Office of the Dean
Loyola University New Orleans
6363 St. Charles Ave., BOX 3
New Orleans, LA 70118

 

Director of the School of Nursing - College of Nursing and Health

Loyola University New Orleans College of Nursing and Health is seeking an experienced educator and administrator to lead the School of Nursing (SON) as the Director. The candidate will demonstrate a career of academic excellence and leadership skills. This is a 12-month position and the individual will report to the Dean of the College of Nursing and Health and be a part of an innovative leadership team to bring to fruition the vision and strategic plan for the School of Nursing. This candidate will be able to apply the Jesuit values to all aspects of their position.

This candidate will provide the leadership for the strategic and operational activities related to nursing education and its enterprises within the University. Serve as the official representative of the School of Nursing at the university as well as to external partnerships, grant agencies, community engagements, public affairs, university advancement and philanthropy, and alumni affairs. Furthers the mission of the University, CNH, and SON. Is appointed by the Dean in association with faculty recommendations and with approval of the Provost.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Oversight of SON faculty, staff, curricula, evaluation and compliance; LSBN and CCNE compliance; Evaluation of sufficiency of faculty and new faculty hires; Faculty on-boarding and support; LSBN and CCNE compliance; Data evaluation and reporting; Management of the SON budget; Coordinates all needs of the SON with the Dean of the College of Nursing and Health

Qualifications:

Current license or privilege to practice as a Registered Nurse in Louisiana. Earned graduate degree in nursing and an earned doctoral degree in nursing or a relevant field; Doctoral degree in nursing preferred. Minimum of three years' experience in the areas of nursing education and three years in clinical practice; Experience in baccalaureate and graduate nursing education preferred. Demonstrated record of excellence in academic leadership and teaching. Online teaching experience including use of learning technologies and program administrative experience is preferred. Excellence in teaching, pedagogical inquiry, and educational innovation demonstrated through a strong teaching curriculum vitae, including a statement of teaching philosophy, course evaluations, and a record of previous teaching accomplishments and innovations. Exceptional leadership skills, including an ability to work effectively with in a team that is comprised of multiple stakeholders such as faculty, senior administration, staff and students. Demonstrated clinical expertise in one or more specialty areas of nursing. Commitment to excellence in teaching and learning consistent with the program mission, vision, values, and outcomes.

Affirmation of the mission of Loyola University New Orleans, a nationally recognized Jesuit and Catholic institution of the liberal arts and sciences. Demonstrated expertise in various Learning Management Systems. Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

If you are interested in being part of a growing institution executing innovative programs, please submit a letter of application, vitae, statemen t of teaching philosophy, course evaluations, and three letters of reference by March 31, 2021 to:

 

Attn: Elizabeth Wadsworth, Executive Assistant to the Dean School of Nursing, Loyola University New Orleans

6363 St Charles Avenue, Campus Box 42 New Orleans, LA 70118

Email: cnh@loyno.edu

504-865-2307

For more information, please visit http://cnh.loyno.edu/ nursing

Salary commensurate with experience.

Loyola University New Orleans is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Business /Tax Law and Louisiana Civil Law - College of Law

Loyola University New Orleans is now accepting applications for two tenure track or tenured faculty members to begin August 1, 2021. We are seeking candidates with expertise in the following substantive areas: (1) business and tax law; and (2) Louisiana civil law. We especially welcome applications from candidates who will add to the diversity of our educational community and who have demonstrated expertise in working with a diverse student body. J.D. or equivalent is required. For the civil law position, we also welcome applications from civil law scholars outside Louisiana.  

 If you are interested in applying, please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to resumes@loyno.edu. Inquiries may be sent to the Chair of the Appointments Committee, Professor Bobby Harges at harges@loyno.edu.   

 

About the College of Law

The College of Law is located in a largely residential area of New Orleans, one of the most culturally diverse cities in the United States, with unique cuisine, numerous museums and historical sites, and a flourishing arts community.  New Orleans is also the seat of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as other lower courts.   The College of Law has a student population of approximately 500 students, over forty faculty members, active clinics that have spearheaded numerous social justice reform efforts, and summer programs in Europe and Central America.  Its location in Louisiana, one of the world’s best known “mixed jurisdictions,” provides unique opportunities for comparative and international law scholarship.

Loyola University New Orleans is an educational institution dedicated to fostering intellectual achievement, personal development, and social responsibility, and it is committed to the human dignity and worth of every person.  Loyola University New Orleans strives to create and maintain a working and learning environment in which individuals are treated with dignity, decency, and respect. The University acknowledges and values individual differences, including, but not limited to, the dimensions of race; color; sex; national origin; age; religion; gender identity; transgender status; sexual orientation; ethnicity; disability status; and marital status and citizenship status. We recognize that diversity enriches our social interactions and intellectual lives, and we strongly encourage applications from individuals who will bring diversity to the College of Law.

 

Visiting Assistant Professor of English in Creative Writing - Department of English

The Department of English at Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for a full-time, Visiting Assistant Professorship in Creative Writing, focusing on any area of creative writing, including playwriting, fiction, nonfiction, and/or poetry, beginning August 2021. Preference will be given to applicants who have experience in multiple genres. This is a one year, renewable position.

The successful candidate will have a record of excellent undergraduate teaching and a demonstrated commitment to writing and publication. The teaching load is seven courses per year and includes introduction to creative writing, undergraduate workshops, and courses fulfilling university-wide requirements in literature and writing. The department is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to our new Certificate in Editing and Publishing.

Loyola University New Orleans is committed to excellence through diversity and equity. Our student body is made up of a large percentage of students of color and roughly thirty percent first-generation college students. We encourage applications from all underrepresented groups, first-generation college graduates, veterans and/or individuals with disabilities. We are particularly interested in candidates whose work and teaching explores Latinx, Native American and Indigenous, African American and/or Asian cultures, and the intersectionality of these areas.

Responsibilities

·     Teach seven courses per year, including courses in the general education core as well as both introductory and upper-division workshops in creative writing

·     Advise senior theses and independent research projects

·     Engage and support students from diverse backgrounds

·     Publish innovative and scholarly creative work

·     Develop courses for the department and the Certificate in Editing and Publishing

·     Advise and mentor English majors

Requirements

Candidates must have completed an M.F.A. or Ph.D. by the start date.

Interested applicants should send via Interfolio a letter of application, CV, writing sample (up to 20pp), 1-page statement describing the candidate's experience engaging and supporting students from diverse backgrounds and demonstrated commitment to equity and inclusion, and dossier of three recommendation letters. Review of applications will begin January 4th and continue until the position is filled.

 

Visiting Assistant Professor of English - Department of English

The Department of English at Loyola University New Orleans seeks applications for a visiting assistant professor, to begin August 2021, with a promising program of teaching and research in any area of literary studies or composition and rhetoric. Preference will be given to those candidates who bring expertise in critical race studies, postcolonial theory, or disability studies. This one-year position may be renewed.

The successful applicant will not only demonstrate excellence and imagination in their research area but will be able to teach courses appealing to undergraduates both in the discipline and across the university. The department is especially looking for applicants who demonstrate strong mentorship and advising potential for a small undergraduate campus, as well as applicants who show an avid interest in working collaboratively with students and colleagues.

Loyola University New Orleans is committed to excellence through diversity and equity. Our student body is made up of a large percentage of students of color and roughly thirty percent first-generation college students. We encourage applications from all underrepresented groups, first-generation college graduates, veterans and/or individuals with disabilities. We are particularly interested in candidates whose work and teaching explores Latinx, Native American and Indigenous, African American and/or Asian cultures, and the intersectionality of these areas.

Responsibilities

·          Teach seven courses per year, including courses in the general education core, introductory and upper-division courses in the English department, and courses for interdisciplinary minors

·          Pursue an active, innovative research and publication agenda

·          Advise senior theses and independent research projects

·          Engage and support students from diverse backgrounds

·          Develop courses for the department and the Certificate in Editing and Publishing

·          Advise and mentor English majors

Requirements                        

Applicants should have earned by time of employment a terminal degree in an appropriate discipline, as well as have demonstrated ample teaching experience and an active research agenda.         

Interested applicants should send via Interfolio a letter of application, CV, writing sample (up to 20pp), 1-page statement describing the candidate's experience engaging and supporting students from diverse backgrounds and demonstrated commitment to equity and inclusion, and dossier of three recommendation letters. Review of applications will begin January 4th and continue until the position is filled.

 

College of Law Health Law Position - Tenured or Tenure Track

Loyola University New Orleans is now accepting applications for a tenure-track or tenured position in Health Law to begin August 1, 2021. We particularly welcome candidates whose research and teaching interests include health equity. If you are interested in applying,  please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to resumes@loyno.edu. All ranks will be considered. Inquiries may be sent to the Chair of the Appointments Committee, Professor Bobby Harges at harges@loyno.edu.  

About the Position

The College of Law offers a certificate in Health Law for J.D. students and has recently launched a Masters and LL.M. in Health Law and Administration.  The successful candidate will lead the Health Law Program, teach a mix of required and health law courses, and engage in research, writing, and publication. An experienced staff administrative director will work with the health law professor in continuing to develop a robust educational program for our students.

The Loyola Health Law Program is taught by a vibrant mix of full-time faculty and practicing health lawyers. New Orleans is a diverse city with a thriving health care sector. Loyola is fortunate to have significant connections to many local institutions and government leaders to facilitate research and immediate impact in the community. The College of Law is noted for its long-standing commitment to social justice and its innovative use of experiential learning.

We especially welcome applications from candidates who will add to the diversity of our educational community and who have demonstrated expertise in working with a diverse student body. J.D. or equivalent is required. Practice experience, an interest in interdisciplinary scholarship, and program development experience are plus factors. 

About the College of Law

The College of Law is located in a largely residential area of New Orleans, one of the most culturally diverse cities in the United States, with unique cuisine, numerous museums and historical sites, and a flourishing arts community.  New Orleans is also the seat of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as other lower courts.   The College of Law has a student population of approximately 500 students, over forty faculty members, active clinics that have spearheaded numerous social justice reform efforts, and summer programs in Europe and Central America.  Its location in Louisiana, one of the world’s best known “mixed jurisdictions,” provides unique opportunities for comparative and international law scholarship.

Loyola University New Orleans is an educational institution dedicated to fostering intellectual achievement, personal development, and social responsibility, and it is committed to the human dignity and worth of every person.  Loyola University New Orleans strives to create and maintain a working and learning environment in which individuals are treated with dignity, decency, and respect. The University acknowledges and values individual differences, including, but not limited to, the dimensions of race; color; sex; national origin; age; religion; gender identity; transgender status; sexual orientation; ethnicity; disability status; and marital status and citizenship status. We recognize that diversity enriches our social interactions and intellectual lives, and we strongly encourage applications from individuals who will bring diversity to the College of Law.

 

 

 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Latin American History 1800-Present - Department of History

The Department of History at Loyola University New Orleans is seeking applications for a visiting assistant professor of Latin American History 1800-present.. Applicants must be able to teach a variety of courses on the history of Latin America as well as Global History surveys courses to 1650 and from 1500. All applicants must have the Ph. D. in hand by August 2021 ,

Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation (Interfolio preferred) to Dr. Mark Fernandez, Chair, Department of History, Loyola University New Orleans at mffernan@loyno.edu by date February 15,2021.

Loyola University New Orleans is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities and encourages applications from these and other protected group members,

 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Latinx Studies/ LAS/ Spanish - Language and Cultures

The Department of Languages and Cultures at Loyola University New Orleans welcomes applications from energetic and committed professors of Latinx and/or Latin American Studies for a full-time, renewable Visiting Assistant Professorship, to begin in August 2021. The successful candidate will teach Latinx and LAS content courses in English and Spanish as well as Spanish language classes at all levels. The position requires teaching 4 classes per semester (fall and spring, for a total of 8 classes per academic year). Qualified applicants will hold a Ph.D. in Latinx or Latin American Studies or a related field, demonstrate excellence in undergraduate teaching, and provide evidence of active scholarship and publication. The department is especially interested in applicants who can offer classes on Latin America and/or Latinx Studies from multiple disciplinary perspectives, including humanities, arts, and social sciences. Native fluency in Spanish and English is required. The successful candidate will begin on a three-year, renewable contract with the possibility of moving to permanent status. The salary range is competitive and Loyola is committed to hiring differently abled people and those of all races, religions, ethnicities, and gender identities.

Please email a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation by January 10, 2021 to the Chair of the department: Dr. Nathan Henne, Department of Languages and Cultures, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA 70118, nchenne@loyno.edu.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Create new courses, adapt existing courses, and teach various interdisciplinary courses about Latin America and U.S. Latinx cultures in both English and Spanish
  • Prepare and teach Spanish language classes at all levels
  • Incorporate prior research and publication into classes designed and taught
  • Mentor students
  • Participate in department meetings and functions

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ph.D. in LAS, Latinx Studies, or related field
  • Native fluency in Spanish and English
  • Teaching experience at the university level
  • Mentoring and advising experience at the university level
  • Active research agenda

 

JRSI Executive Director

The Jesuit Social Research Institute at Loyola University New Orleans seeks a new Executive Director (Director). The Jesuit Social Research Institute’s mission is to transform the Gulf South through action research, analysis, education, and advocacy on the core issues of poverty, race, and migration. The Institute is a collaboration of Loyola University New Orleans and the Central and Southern Province of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), rooted in Catholic Social Teaching. The Director holds a full-time appointment with senior research fellow status and reports directly to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. The Director is responsible for supporting and promoting participation of fellows, faculty, students, and administrators in the mission of JSRI in consultation with the JSRI Advisory Board, and provides periodic reports to the Jesuit Provincial and the President of Loyola. The Director is responsible for the overall management of Institute’s primary activities as well as financial management and fundraising to support those activities The Director works with other university and province personnel to promote JSRI’s mission and represents JSRI in its external relationships with the Central and Southern Province’s ministries and Jesuit communities, national social justice organizations, state Catholic conferences, diocesan offices, other institutes within the Jesuit network, and other centers/institutes with similar missions. The ideal candidate should have an advanced degree in his or her field, and a demonstrable record of excellence in leadership, education outreach, fundraising, strategic planning, and advocacy for the marginalized. A full job description and required qualifications can be found here.

Loyola University, situated in uptown New Orleans, is a Jesuit university known for its academic excellence, its commitment to social justice and community service as well as its commitment to Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employment. Loyola University New Orleans welcomes applications from women and minority candidates. Salary and benefits are competitive. Applicants should send electronic copies of (i) a letter of interest in the position, (ii) a current curriculum vitae, (iii) three letters of recommendation (sent directly by the referees) to Marcus Kondkar, Chair, JSRI Search Committee (kondkar@loyno.edu). Review of applications will begin January 11, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. More information about the Jesuit Social Research Institute can be found at www.loyno.edu/jsri.

 

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor - Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of statistics, beginning August 2021. The successful candidate will have a record of excellent undergraduate teaching and a demonstrated commitment to research and publication. The teaching load is 9 credits per semester and includes introductory and advanced statistics courses, as well as 200-level mathematics courses such as Calculus. Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to the existing Environment Program and to a future program in public health.

Responsibilities

● Teach three courses per semester, with priority on fulfilling our needs in statistics courses
● Maintain an active research program
● Promote undergraduate research
● Collaborate with faculty in the interdisciplinary programs such as the Environment Program and Public Health
● Advise majors
● Provide professional service to the department, college, university, and discipline

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Statistics by August 1st, 2021. Interested applicants should send, preferably as one PDF file, a letter of interest, teaching statement, research description, all transcripts, and a current CV to resumes@loyno.edu. Applicants should also arrange for 3 letters of recommendation to be sent directly to resumes@loyno.edu.  Senders of recommendation letters should be instructed to include the applicant’s name in the email title. Applications received by January 22, 2021 will be given full consideration.

 

Tenure-Track Professor of Accounting - College of Business

The College of Business at Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for the Joseph A. Butt, S.J., Professorship in Accounting. This is a tenure-track, open-rank Professor of Accounting position, beginning Fall 2021. The scope of specialization within accounting is open and flexible for both research and teaching. Business experience, teaching undergraduate tax or accounting analytics, teaching in an MBA program, and peer-reviewed publications are preferred. The position includes a 3-3 teaching load. Reasonable research productivity and service are required.  The ideal candidate will show potential for establishing a reputation in academia and the profession of accounting, thereby enhancing the reputation of the University. Candidates must meet AACSB standards for scholarly academic status. Minimum qualifications include candidacy (ABD) for the Ph.D. in Accounting or related discipline from an AACSB-accredited institution. Salary is competitive. The Professorship provides an annual spending allowance with a renewable three-year term.  Loyola provides a generous benefits package including 100% tuition remission for spouse and children.

The Joseph A. Butt, S.J., College of Business offers the BBA in accounting, business analytics, economics, finance, international business, management, and marketing to approximately 400 on-ground and online undergraduate students and 100 MBA students. Faculty in the College of Business are devoted to shaping ethical, empowered leaders who invite trust and build community. The College of Business offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs that help students understand and compete in today's global marketplace. The College requires all students to complete internships and provides career preparation through its Portfolio program. Students take part in a unique set of opportunities, including the Center for Entrepreneurship,  that use the city of New Orleans to create many rich learning and mentoring experiences that define our College. Undergraduate programs have been continuously accredited by AACSB since 1957, and graduate programs since 1974. 

Loyola’s undergraduate population is comprised of 38% male and 62% female students.  Ethnic minorities represent 38% of all freshmen and women of color, including those who identify as multiracial, are 30.5% of Loyola's undergraduate population. 

Loyola University New Orleans is a selective Jesuit university that has won many awards and recognitions for the high quality of its academic programs. Based on over 500 years of Jesuit educational experience, Loyola is founded on a strong Ignatian tradition of spirituality and ethics.  Loyola educates diverse leaders dedicated to justice, compassion, service, and academic excellence. Consistent with our mission, we welcome candidates who demonstrate strong commitment to fostering inclusion and equity in a culturally diverse environment. Our beautiful campus is located directly across the street from Audubon Park on iconic St. Charles Avenue in scenic Uptown New Orleans, home to some of the world’s best music venues and restaurants.  

Loyola offers a transformative Jesuit education in the most unique city in America. New Orleans is the birthplace of jazz and host to a world-class culinary scene; it also home to a vibrant arts and tech scene and a growing entrepreneurial, professional, and creative class. Forbes rated New Orleans as the No. 1 brainpower city in the country, and the Huffington Post rated it as the No. 1 city in the U.S. for creative professionals.  Conde Nast's Travel and Leisure recently named New Orleans the No. 2 favorite city in America. The Princeton Review named Loyola one of the nation’s top-tier Best Colleges, a Best Southeastern College, and one of the nation’s “Green Colleges.”

Applications should include the following in one combined pdf document, if possible: cover letter, curriculum vita, evidence of teaching performance, and a copy of latest transcript. Please email applications to Dr. Daphne Main at appacct@loyno.edu

Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

Loyola University New Orleans is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

 

Part-Time Instructors - Division of Natural Sciences

The Division of Natural Sciences at Loyola seek three part-time instructor positions for fall 2020.  Two positions are in BIOL-T121 Bioinquiry meeting Tuesday and Thursday at 2:00-3:15 and Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30-4:45.  One position is in SCIE-T129 Investigating Nature meeting Tuesday and Thursday at 4:55-6:10.

1.       BIOLT121 Bioinquiry, a First Year Seminar for science majors.  This is a hybrid course built on introducing students to the science process through hands-on activities. Half the course is taught using a common syllabus for the various sections of the course.  The last half is based on the instructors choice of a project that the students (in groups) develop experimental design, execute, collect and analyze data and present as poster at the end of the semester.

2.       SCIET129 Investigating Nature, a non-majors introduction to the science process that is team taught and interdisciplinary.  Two instructors each teach an 8-week module for the course.  Effectively, you teach your 8-week module twice to two different classes for a total of 16 weeks.  Module is seminar-based with in-class/group activities as much as possible.  It is focused around the instructors research question but can digress into other related topics which should relate to the science process.

An M.S. is required but a Ph.D. is preferable.  Candidates will need to supply a letter of application, a cv, names and contacts of two references, and demonstrate teaching experience in college-level natural science courses.  Please send applications to Don Hauber, Ph.D. hauber@loyno.edu.  Review of applicants will be begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

 

Adjunct Instructors - College of Business

The College of Business at Loyola University New Orleans is taking applications for various adjunct teaching positions on an ongoing basis in the following subject areas: accounting, economics, finance, business analytics, management, marketing and international business. Minimum qualifications include a master’s degree and/or industry certifications/experience with preferably some teaching experience, both on ground and online.  

Send cv/resume/cover letter to: Kathy Barnett, PhD, Associate Dean, kbarnett@loyno.edu

 

 


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