Marylhurst University’s Master of Science in Food Systems and Society program is looking for experienced instructors to develop and teach online elective courses in the following areas for the 2014-2015 academic year.
* Food and Public Health
* Global Food Politics and/or Social/Food Movements
* Food and Labor
* Food and Gender
We respectfully request that you share this opportunity with any one you think might be interested. If you submitted a proposal or applied for a position with us in the past, please submit updated application materials for this academic year.
Instructors DO NOT need to reside in Portland, OR.
The Master of Science in Food Systems and Society (FSS) is a low-residency, cohort-based degree program. Our mission is to advance equitable food systems through analysis, inquiry, and praxis. Students identify and analyze societal factors in and perspectives on food system equity, expand their critical thinking, collaboration, and synthesis skills for engaging social change and develop and communicate knowledge about food system equity and social change. Marylhurst University operates on a quarter-term system.
Application Information: Submit a cover letter addressing your interest and qualifications for the position, a CV or resume and a one-page teaching philosophy as one PDF attachment to Emily Burruel, Program Coordinator email@example.com In your cover letter, please address how you would approach one or more of the topics noted above. In your teaching philosophy statement, please address your approach to and/or experience with online teaching.
No phone calls please. Position is open until filled.