lecturer postions at UCSC
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Tue Oct 24 11:38:25 EST 1995
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES LECTURER POSITIONS
The Board of Studies in Environmental Studies invites applications for
part-time lecturers to teach the following courses in spring quarter 1996:
Natural History of Birds: The evolution, taxonomy, physiology, behavior,
ecology, and management of birds. Lecture, discussion, field format.
Birds are observed in habitats including bay, marsh, meadow, and forest.
Ecology Field Quarter: Off-campus field course using California wild lands
to teach experimental field methods and techniques for studying organisms,
populations, and communities. Emphasis on flora and fauna of coastal and
mountain forests, chaparral, oak woodlands, and high desert. Lecturer is
responsible for one third of this 15-credit course.
Environmental Law and Policy: Surveys a wide range of topics in
environmental law, state and federal jurisdiction, land and resources
control, public land management, pollution control, and private rights and
Environmental Ethics: An introduction to moral argument and values, as
applied to environmental issues. Examines the meaning of ethics in
scientific, aesthetic, religious, professional and political terms.
Restoration Ecology: Theory and application of principles of restoration
ecology and land use and watershed management to restoration of species
richness, habitat diversity and function of forest, estuarine, agricultural
SALARY: $4,335.00 to 5,098.50 per course commensurate with experience and
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in relevant field or equivalent experience
preferred, Masters considered, college level teaching experience and
demonstrated competence in the field.
POSITION AVAILABLE: April 1996
APPLY TO: Send letter of application, syllabi for proposed courses,
curriculum vita, three letters of recommendation and, if available,
teaching evaluations to:
Lecturer Search Committee
Environmental Studies Board Refer to Provision
University of California #T95-20 in your reply
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
CLOSING DATE: December 8, 1995. No electronic applications, please; hard
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