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Lecturer in Physics - Two positions available
University of Dayton
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About University of Dayton
The Physics Department at the University of Dayton invites applications for two full-time lecturer positions. The positions are non-tenure track positions that are renewable annually and begin August 16, 2022. The Department emphasizes strong undergraduate research and supports and/or advises a significant number of PhD and MS students from outside the Department. Students with most majors offered by the University take one or more introductory physics courses. In a typical semester the enrollment in introductory physics courses numbers more than one thousand. The Department features several innovative programs including the Review Leader program and the Summer Research program. To learn more about the department, visit Dayton, Ohio is a city on the rise with a burgeoning downtown area, expansive metroparks, world class art museums and galleries, and a housing affordability that ranks No. 1 among Ohio's largest metros. Go to for more information about the area. Successful candidates will teach introductory physics courses to science and non-science majors. The typical teaching load is 12 credit ...hours per semester during the 9-month academic year. Successful candidates who are renewed for six years or more are eligible to be considered for non tenure track promotion in accordance with the University’s recently implemented lecturer promotion policy. The Department and the University value inclusive excellence because we recognize that diversity, equity and inclusion are fundamental to academic and institutional excellence. Inclusive excellence requires a comprehensive, cohesive and collaborative alignment of infrastructure, resources and actions. We strive to be active, intentional, and sustain engagement with and celebrate diversity in every dimension of institutional life. Because we seek a community with a wide range of perspectives and experiences, we encourage all interested candidates to apply.
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