The Evergreen State College seeks a field-oriented biologist with research experience in vertebrate biology to fill a two-year Visiting position, teaching in a wide range of interdisciplinary courses at the undergraduate level. Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching at all levels. Successful applicants will demonstrate a broad knowledge of animal behavior, evolutionary biology, and ecology of terrestrial or freshwater ecosystems.
The Evergreen State College is committed to building a diverse and broadly trained faculty. We encourage candidates with demonstrated experience pursuing innovative and engaging teaching strategies, interest and experience working with faculty from other disciplines, and experience working with diverse and underserved populations to apply.
The Evergreen State College campus is located on 1000 acres of land, most of which is undeveloped forest land and over a half mile of Puget Sound shoreline. The campus forest and shoreline provide unique opportunities for teaching field-focused courses and for mentoring undergraduate research projects. Applicants with a commitment to experiential learning and field studies are particularly encouraged to apply. The college also houses a natural history museum and welcomes applicants with experience in the use of natural history collections in teaching and research.
Review of complete applications begins Dec 1, 2017. The posting may close to new application materials any time after this date. Please apply though the following link, as we do not accept application materials via email.