TEACHING POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN BIOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO SPRING 2014

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1 TEACHING POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN BIOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO SPRING 2014 Positions available (course descriptions and class times attached) Laboratory Instructors: PhDs and graduate students at any level (these lab instructor positions are ideal for those with limited time or no teaching experience) General Biology II Laboratory (science majors) Human Anatomy Laboratory (non-biology majors) Survey of Human Physiology Laboratory (non-biology majors) Microbiology (non-biology majors) Genetics Laboratory (new lab for Biology majors) Course Lecturers: Instructor positions with responsibility for the full course, many of these appointments include teaching an associated lab section. PhD preferred, advanced graduate students with teaching experience may be considered MCAT Preparation Course General Biology I with lab (science majors) Human Biology with lab (non-biology majors) Survey of Human Physiology (non-biology majors) Advanced Human Physiology with lab (graduate students in Biotechnology MS program) The Spring semester begins Jan 21 and classes end May 8. Final exams are scheduled from May Compensation As an instructor at USF, you will be hired as part-time (adjunct) faculty with no benefits. Pay is estimated at $1668 per unit. If you would like to teach a lab course in lieu of your UCSF teaching assistant requirement, UCSF requires that you teach as a volunteer (contact Jennie Dorman to find out if this is an option for you). Note: International students/postdocs are advised to contact the UCSF International Students and Scholars Office (http://isso.ucsf.edu/) to determine eligibility for a paid part-time teaching position outside of UCSF under your particular visa. USF cannot assist with visa issues. Questions? Attend an information session: Oct 29 Oct 29 Tuesday, 11:00 am-12:00 pm S-163, Medical Sciences Building, Parnassus Campus Tuesday, 2:00 pm-3:00 pm Byers Hall, room 209, Mission Bay Contact Deneb Karentz Professor of Biology and USF Coordinator for the USF/UCSF Partnership for Mentoring and Teaching (PUMT) Additional information at

2 University of San Francisco 2 To apply for a position your application to Deneb Karentz as a single PDF file. Your application document must be named yourlastname_s14.pdf. Complete applications require the following (incomplete applications will not be considered): 1. Cover letter addressed to Deneb Karentz 2. Separate page (with your name at the top) listing the courses and specific section times you would like to be considered for, in order of preference (if any) 3. Your CV, with a Teaching Experience section, if applicable 4. List of three references with an indication of your relationship and complete contact information, including the person s position, phone and . (Do not submit reference letters, but please let your references know that they may be contacted about your application.) Review of applications will start on Nov 6. Become a Research Mentor Interested in mentoring a USF undergraduate student in research? The USF/UCSF Partnership for Mentoring and Teaching (PUMT) provides opportunities for you to mentor and train undergraduate students in research activities. USF students are very interested in gaining research experience and can provide valuable assistance to a project. If you do not have time to teach a class, sponsoring a student in the lab is a great means for you to gain undergraduate mentoring experience. Students are available during the summer and the academic year. For information about becoming a research mentor for an undergraduate student please contact: Deneb Karentz ) Professor of Biology USF Coordinator for the USF/UCSF Partnership for Mentoring and Teaching (PUMT)

3 University of San Francisco 3 LABORATORY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR SPRING 2014 General Biology II (BIOL106L) Lab instructor, 1.5 units Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 1:00 PM-3:50 PM 8:00 AM-10:50 AM, 11:00 AM-1:50 PM, 2:00 PM-4:50 PM 1:00 PM-03:50 PM 8:00 AM-10:50 AM, 11:00 AM-1:50 PM, 2:00 PM-4:50 PM Mandatory weekly lab instructor meeting F 11:00 AM-12:15 PM. This course is the second semester of the yearlong freshman General Biology series and covers a variety of basic concepts in biology relating to the organismal systems such as reproduction, circulation, digestion, etc., along with a survey of kingdoms/domains of life. (The first semester course in the fall covered the molecular aspects of cell biology, including cellular respiration, photosynthesis, DNA replication, protein synthesis, genetics and an introduction to population ecology.) Students will be in multiple lecture sections taught by full time faculty (three 50-minute lectures a week) with an additional three-hour lab every week. Lab sections will have students each. The textbook, lab manual, topics to be covered and lab exercises for the course are set. During the mandatory weekly meeting, lab instructors are briefed on the next week s activities and given lecture notes with PowerPoint slides. In addition to teaching the lab, instructors are responsible for making and grading weekly quizzes, assisting with proctoring lecture exams, grading lab reports, and providing minimal assistance with preparing lab materials. Human Anatomy Laboratory (BIOL114) Lab instructor, 1.5 units Tuesday 10:00 AM-11:45 AM, 12:00 PM-1:45 PM, 4:00 pm-05:45 pm 7:00 PM-8:45 PM (open lab session)* Weekly lab instructor meeting to be arranged with course instructor. the basic concepts of human anatomy. There will be three hours of lecture a week taught by full time faculty with an additional two-hour lab session each week. Lab sections will be students each. In addition to teaching the lab, instructors are responsible for lab introductions, making and grading weekly quizzes, grading lab reports, and providing minimal assistance with preparing lab materials. Multiple lab sections can be assigned for this course. * The open lab session is a weekly drop in lab for all students in the class and is used as a review session. Survey of Human Physiology Laboratory (BIOL116) Lab instructor, 1.5 units Wednesday Thursday 2:30 PM-4:20 PM 12:50 PM-2:40 PM Weekly lab instructor meeting to be arranged with course instructor. the basic concepts of human physiology. There will be three 50-minute lectures a week taught by a part time instructor, with an additional two-hour lab session each week. Lab sections will be students each. In addition to teaching the lab, instructors are responsible for lab introductions, making and grading weekly quizzes and question sets, and providing minimal assistance with preparing lab materials.

4 University of San Francisco 4 Microbiology Laboratory (BIOL135) Lab instructor, 2.0 units Lab sections meet twice a week: Tuesday/Thursday 8:00 AM-9:45 AM, 10:00 AM-11:45 AM, 1:00 PM-2:45 PM, 3:00 PM-4:45 PM Mandatory weekly lab instructor meeting F 9:30-10:30 AM. the basic concepts of microbiology. There will be two 75-minute lectures a week taught by a full time professor with two additional two-hour lab sessions each week. Lab sections will be students each. Lab instructors are responsible for lab introductions, grading lab reports, and providing minimal assistance with preparing lab materials. Genetics Laboratory (BIOL310L) Lab instructor, 1.5 units 12:00 PM-2:50 PM, 3:00 PM-5:50 PM Mandatory weekly instructor meeting F 10:30-11:30AM. The Genetics Laboratory course accompanies the Genetics lecture course that is required for all Biology majors near the end of their sophomore or beginning of their junior year at USF. The lab course covers topics in Mendelian, molecular, and population genetics, using techniques such as Drosophila crosses, bacterial conjugation, RFLP analysis and karyotyping. Lab sections will have students each and will meet once a week for 3 hours. The students will also be attending 3 hours of lecture taught by full time faculty. The lab exercises are set by the course organizers. Lab instructors will be responsible for teaching their lab session and attending a mandatory weekly instructor lab meeting. During the instructor lab meeting, the next week's activities will be discussed and supporting materials will be provided. In addition to teaching the lab, instructors may be responsible for making and grading weekly quizzes, grading lab reports and essays, and occasionally assisting with open lab periods. LECTURE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR SPRING 2014 If you would like additional information about any of these lecture courses (e.g., more details on instructor responsibilities, see a syllabus, etc.), please contact Deneb Karentz MCAT Prep Course (BIOL099) Instructor, 4 units Lecture: Tuesday/Thursday 6:30 PM-8:15 PM The Biology Department offers an MCAT preparation course every semester for students who have completed most of the general requirements for medical school (i.e., General Biology, Organic Chemistry, Physics). This syllabus with other resources are available. Content is based on Examcrackers (http://www.examkrackers.com/). The course is formatted to prepare students for the verbal, mathematical and writing sections of the MCAT exam. The class will include review of MCAT subject areas (biological sciences, physical sciences, and verbal reasoning) and tips on being successful in the testing process. This course counts for 2 units towards a USF degree, but does not count toward credit in the Biology major or minor. Letter grades will not be assigned, the course is Pass/Fail only.

5 University of San Francisco 5 General Biology I (BIOL105) Instructor for lecture and lab, 6 units Lecture: /Wednesday/Friday 8:00-8:50 AM Lab: F 1:00-3:50 This course is the first semester of the year-long freshman General Biology series and covers a variety of basic concepts in biology relating to the molecular aspects of cell biology, including overview or organic molecules, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, DNA replication, protein synthesis, genetics and an introduction to population ecology. This class is offered as a trailer course for students who are out of sync with the standard curriculum (e.g., transfer students). We expect an enrollment of approximately students. There are three 50-minute lectures a week. In addition, the students have a three-hour lab each week. The lecture and lab are taught by the same person. The textbook, lab manual and topics to be covered are set by the department. However, the instructor has a great deal of latitude on how the material is delivered. PowerPoint lectures, syllabus and exams are available for use or reference. The course instructor is also responsible for preparation of lab materials with assistance from the Life Sciences Lab Manager. Survey of Human Physiology (BIOL115) Lecturer and Lab Supervisor, 8 units Lecture: /Wednesday/Friday 9:15 AM-10:05 AM the basic concepts of human physiology. There will be three 50-minute lectures a week. The lecture will have students. Topics to be covered are set by the Department, but there is a lot of flexibility in how the course is actually taught. Previous syllabi and other information about the course will be available. Teaching of the Human Physiology lecture is compensated at 4 units. In addition to lecture, students have a two-hour lab session each week. There will be seven lab sections taught by part time faculty (see above). The course lecturer supervises the lab and is responsible for a weekly meeting with lab instructors and preparation of lab materials with assistance from the Life Sciences Lab Manager. Advanced Human Physiology (BIOL 648/649) Instructor for lecture and lab, 6 units Lecture: Tuesday/Thursday 6:30 PM-7:45 PM Lab: Tuesday/Thursday 7:55 PM-9:45 PM This course is part of the USF Professional Science Master s Program in Biotechnology (PSM) (http://www.usfca.edu/catalog/artsci/biotech/) and preference for hiring will be given to applicants with experience in the biotechnology industry. The PSM program is course-based and does not have a research requirement (although there is a research option). This course provides an advanced study of physiology from the molecular to the organismal level with an emphasis on understanding the link between genetics, physiology and pharmacology. There will be an overview of human physiology, muscle physiology, cardiovascular system, and modern experimental approaches in physiology. The balance between health and disease will be explored. These topics will be examined in light of the new era of genomics, and how genomics studies are impacting drug development. Clinical examples and modeling techniques will be used to demonstrate the applications of physiology in the development of investigational drugs. During the co-requisite lab section, the three systems: immune, endocrine and cardiovascular will be investigated by completing hands-on experiments and activities. A variety of experimental approaches ranging from gene expression profiling, assays for molecular interactions, natural and directed gene expression, selective breeding and gene identification studies will be examined. The course instructor will be responsible for development of lab activities and preparation of lab materials with assistance from the Life Sciences Lab Manager. The class will be limited to 12 students.

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