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Lecturer in Physics (Fixed-Length)
The Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Maine seeks to fill a fixed-length, two-year, non-tenure track, academic-year appointment as Lecturer, anticipated to start August 29, 2022. This position is not renewable. Essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Undergraduate teaching in departmental lower- and upper-division courses; may include upper-division laboratory courses and coordination of teaching assistants in lower-division laboratory and/or recitation sections. Collaborative work with others involved in delivering multi-section introductory courses. Some mentoring of teaching assistants as laboratory and/or recitation coordinator Service to the department is expected.  The typical teac


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