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The Biology Department at the University of St. Thomas invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track Visiting Faculty position to start September 2019. The appointment is for the 2019-2020 academic year and is not renewable.
The University of St. Thomas embraces diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity for all. Our convictions of dignity, diversity and personal attention call us to embody and champion a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. We welcome applicants of diverse races, ethnicities, geographic origins, gender identities, ages, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, religions, work experience, physical and intellectual abilities and financial means. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. This commitment is consistent with our university mission: Inspired by Catholic intellectual tradition the University of St. Thomas educates students to be morally responsible leaders who think critically, act wisely and work skillfully to advance the common good. A successful candidate will possess a commitment to the ideals of this mission.
The successful candidate will teach no fewer than six introductory and upper-level courses in Biology. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in Human Genetics and Evolution OR Ecology/Environmental Science/Conservation Biology.
In addition to teaching, faculty are expected to participate in service to the department, which may include curricular development, undergraduate advising, and community outreach.
The University of St. Thomas Biology Department is a professionally-engaged community that equips undergraduate students to find their passions, embark on meaningful careers, and become responsible, scientifically literate citizens through authentic experiences in science.
Koch Endowed Chair in Business Ethics
Department of Ethics and Business Law
Opus College of Business, University of St. Thomas
The Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas invites applications for the Barbara and David A. Koch Endowed Chair in Business Ethics to begin Fall, 2020. David A. Koch was the former President and Chairman of the Board of Graco, Inc. located in Minneapolis Minnesota, and a longtime benefactor of the University of St. Thomas along with his wife Barbara. The mission of the Koch Chair is to institutionalize and advance the role of Business Ethics in the educational programs of the University of St. Thomas through teaching, research, faculty development, and curriculum development. Drawing upon the identity of St. Thomas that is grounded in liberal arts, professional education, and Catholic mission, the Koch chair plays a leading role in making the ethical aspects of management a distinctive feature of business education at the Opus College of Business.
The Chair is a member of the Ethics and Business Law Department in the Opus College of Business with one of the largest Business Ethics faculty groups in the world. The Chair has ample financial, human and organizational resources including an annual two course teaching load and research support. The Chair serves in a leadership role for the Center for Ethics in Practice, coordinating and supporting applied business ethics research, as well as serving as an advisor to other institutional organizations. The Chair also participates in Business Ethics activities that enhance the national and international reputation of the Opus College of Business and the University of St. Thomas on an ongoing basis.
The Chair is responsible for research through continued scholarship and active participation in community, corporate and professional activities. The Chair teaches Business Ethics in programs in the Opus College and is a liaison for Business Ethics for the rest of the University and the Profession. As part of these responsibilities, the Chair develops curricula as well as faculty and professional relationships that enhance Business Ethics education at the University of St. Thomas.
Founded in 1885 by John Ireland, the archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis, The University of St. Thomas is a Catholic co-educational liberal arts institution. St. Thomas has grown from humble beginnings to become Minnesota’s 17th largest nonprofit organization and the largest outside the field of health care. With more than 6,000 undergraduate and 4,300 graduate students, St. Thomas is also the largest private college or university in Minnesota.
St. Thomas seeks to deliver an education of unquestionable excellence, rooted in the Catholic faith tradition, to students from a wide variety of backgrounds. The university distinguishes itself as a liberal arts, comprehensive university that emphasizes a value-centered, career-oriented education — one that sees beyond “career” to “calling”— and as an outstanding teaching university with faculty and staff whose scholarship, service and personal attention to students change lives. St. Thomas actively seeks to attract, retain and develop faculty, staff, and students from all backgrounds to enhance the diversity of the learning community.
The Opus College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). It is dedicated to fulfilling the university’s mission through undergraduate and graduate business programs that transform the way business is taught and practiced. Principled Leadership is one of three strategic pillars of the Opus College of Business and signifies the commitment to business ethics of the College.
The Department of Health & Exercise Science at the University of Saint Thomas invites applications for adjunct faculty to teach Human Anatomy Fall semester 2019.
Anticipated fall 2019 schedule:
Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays: 8:15-10:40 am
Tuesday and Thursdays: 1:30-5 pm
The Department of Marketing at the Opus College of Business, University of Saint Thomas, MN, invites applications for a one-year Visiting Associate Professor Position starting Fall 2019. The Opus College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.
Candidates with expertise in all areas of Marketing are welcome to apply. The department offers core and elective courses in the undergraduate business program and several master’s programs in business, so there are multiple opportunities for teaching. The typical teaching load for this position consists of three courses per semester.
St. Thomas is located in the vibrant Minneapolis-St Paul area, one of the nation’s top 25 metro areas. Combine that with a visible corporate presence of 17 Fortune 500 headquarters plus a diversified list of other companies with offices in the metro area, and you have a very strong, supportive business community that attracts bright, talented, people. In fact, a recent study found the Minneapolis St. Paul metro area population grew nearly 8% from 2010 – 2017.
The Department of Chemistry at the University of Saint Thomas invites applications for the position of adjunct instructor of Chemistry beginning in Fall Semester 2019 with possible continuation in the spring. Teaching load is anticipated at 1-3 laboratory courses per semester in the areas of Organic Chemistry and or General Chemistry. Salary will be commensurate with experience and degree.
The Department of Modern & Classical Languages at the University of St. Thomas invites applications for the position of adjunct instructor of German beginning in Spring Semester 2020 with likely continuation in the Fall.
Teaching load is anticipated at 1-3 courses per semester at the elementary or intermediate level, but may include upper level classes as well. The German program is searching for someone, who is interested in the STE(A)M fields and excited to teach all levels of instruction using best practices of current pedagogical techniques. Salary will be commensurate with experience and degree.
The Department of Music at the University of St. Thomas invites applications for a Visiting Director of Choral Activities. The anticipated position appointment is September 1, 2019 - May 31, 2020.
POSITION DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful candidate will be responsible for the artistic leadership and administration of all aspects of the University of St. Thomas choral program. Responsibilities will include conducting Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, and Festival Choir; and providing support and leadership for the directors of Liturgical Choir (and collaboration with Campus Ministry), Donne Unite, and Jazz Singers, as well as for the accompanists and student staff. Other teaching duties that fit the candidate’s talents and qualifications and the department’s needs will be assigned. In addition to Fall and Spring choral concerts, the Visiting Director of Choral Activities will work closely with the Artistic Director in preparing and executing the Christmas Concert. Active and sustained engagement in professional activities beyond St. Thomas is also expected, as is participation in appropriate faculty duties and committees. These duties include ensemble and scholarship auditions and vocal juries, as well as budget management, recruiting and other duties as assigned.
The University of St. Thomas, Department of Psychology is seeking a candidate for a full-time six-month (January-June) visiting faculty position in Developmental Psychology at the rank of Assistant Professor for the 2019-2020 academic year (beginning Sept 1, 2019). Teaching responsibilities for the Spring semester may include developmental psychology courses (e.g., Infancy and Childhood, Lifespan Development, Adolescence, and Adulthood and Aging), General Psychology, and/or an upper level course in the area of the candidate’s expertise.
Established in 1885, the University of St. Thomas is located in the major metropolitan area of Minneapolis-St. Paul, and is Minnesota's largest private university. Its 11,000 students pursue degrees in a wide range of liberal arts, professional, and graduate programs.
The School of Engineering at the University of St. Thomas has an opening for a faculty position in Civil Engineering. The position is open rank tenure track including the possibility of Clinical (non-tenure track) appointment.
As a student-focused institution with a strong hands-on curriculum, we emphasize undergraduate and graduate education that provides technical excellence with a significant emphasis on real world applications. Faculty at St. Thomas have the freedom to grow and pursue excellence in their area of engineering passion as educators and researchers. St. Thomas’ location in the vibrant metro-area community of Minneapolis-St Paul provides for an outstanding balance of life and work. Join our growing team as we work to build something truly special here in Minnesota.
Candidates with excellence in all areas of Civil Engineering are welcome while special consideration will be given to candidates in the fields of hydrology, water resources, or environmental engineering. Professional Engineer (PE) licensure and significant industry experience are also preferred. Successful candidates will be expected to develop and provide undergraduate and graduate courses in their area of expertise, establish and maintain active research programs, and provide service to the department, university, and profession.
The Mathematics department at the University of St. Thomas is looking for adjunct faculty members to teach lower level mathematics courses for Spring of 2019. These courses are Finite Mathematics, Calculus with Review I and II, Business Calculus, and Calculus I.
The Department of Modern & Classical Languages at the University of Saint Thomas invites applications for the position of adjunct instructor of German beginning in Fall Semester 2018 with likely continuation in the spring. Teaching load is anticipated at 1-3 courses per semester at the elementary or intermediate level, but may include upper level classes as well. The German program is searching for a generalist with interest in the STEM fields and/or content-based instruction. Salary will be commensurate with experience and degree.
The University of St. Thomas invites applications for adjunct faculty within the Computer and Information Science department.
Adjunct faculty are being sought to teach both entry-level and intermediate courses in Computer Science, beginning Fall 2017. Qualified applicants for the entry-level course (CISC 130) will have strong computer programming and problem solving skills, with experience in Matlab and C. Qualified applicants for the intermediate-level course (CISC 310) will be able to introduce Computer Science majors to the basic principles of designing and building operating systems, covering topics such as concurrent processes, synchronization, memory management, CPU scheduling, input/output device handling, file systems design, security and protection.