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494492 Adjunct Faculty, Learning Communities and Civic Engagement (SJUS) Winter Quarter 2022 Denver, CO
The LCCE (Learning Communities and Civic Engagement) is looking for an Adjunct Faculty to teach a 2-credit LLC course: Inequality in Society (SJUS) for the Winter 2022 Quarter.
494489 Adjunct Faculty, Geographic Information Systems Denver, CO
The GIS program at University College at the University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry experience in GIS who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in career-focused programs.
494493 Adjunct Faculty, Spanish Denver, CO
The Center for World Languages and Cultures at the University of Denver seeks to hire adjunct faculty in Spanish, from an applicant pool for the academic year of 2021/2022. Adjunct faculty will teach 4 credit-courses for the first-year language program in Spanish: SPAN 1001, SPAN 1002, and SPAN 1003. Usual teaching load is 1-3 sections of the same course per quarter based on candidate’s availability and departmental needs. The ideal candidate demonstrates experience in teaching the first-year language program, versatility in inclusive pedagogy, and proficiency in communicative, task-based teaching methods.
494319 Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Denver, CO
The individual will be responsible for teaching introductory, higher level undergraduate, and possibly graduate level electrical and computer engineering courses. Duties include teaching four courses in quarter-based system for six months and participating in department and university service. This position does not require research.  The successful applicant will have a passion for teaching and a demonstrated ability to effectively teach undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering courses.
494431 Clinical Faculty, International Disaster Psychology: Trauma and Global Mental Health Program Denver, CO
The University of Denver (DU) is a top-ranked university in a thriving city at the base of the Rocky Mountains. The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at DU has a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program and four specialized master’s programs: Sport Coaching, Sport and Performance Psychology, Forensic Psychology, and International Disaster Psychology, as well as online certificates and continuing education. As a professional school, GSPP promotes and utilizes high-level pedagogy that integrates applied practice, theory, research, and scholarship. Our strategic plan Innovation and Impact: Psychology for a Complex World outlines how we are building on our academic strengths in order to expand our community reach.
494243 University Academic Programs - Interterm Faculty Denver, CO
The University is proud of the intellectually rigorous curriculum we offer students across all terms, including Interterm. In addition to the smaller class sizes, students are attracted to the international and domestic travel course options offered during Interterm sessions. During Interterm, we encourage faculty to teach courses that are tailored to smaller class sizes, that include strong project-based work, active learning environments, experiential learning, and community engagement. Instructors may offer on campus, online, or travel courses during Interterm.
494466 Adjunct Faculty, Global Trade & Economics Denver, CO
The Transportation and Supply Chain Institute at the University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive transportation and supply chain industry experience to teach TRAN 4490 Global Trade & Economics. TRAN 4490 will examine the World Trade through the lens of Trade Organizations and trade agreements, such as NAFTA, EU, and ASEAN, with regard to their impact on global transportation, trade and, overall, how those impacts manifest and relate to global macroeconomics. Additional focus is discussed in terms of how trade disputes are settled. Likewise, the course will address how global economics is measured and the primary inputs to the key performance indicators. Lastly, comparing and contrasting North America, China/Asia, the European Union and selected emerging economies to project forward global trade, shifting trade patterns, outsourcing, and changing production/source locations.
494465 Adjunct Faculty, Applied Micro Economics & Pricing Denver, CO
The Transportation and Supply Chain Institute at the University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive transportation and supply chain industry experience to teach TRAN 4430 Applied Micro Economics & Pricing. TRAN 4430 will involve fieldwork and U.S. site visits observing and discussing the physical elements underlying the long- term and marginal economics of the firm and its pricing strategies and policies. In addition, the course will discuss basic microeconomic concepts used in the analysis of business services, including the concepts of market size; marginal, average, short-run, and long-run costs; and production levels as they relate to revenue and contribution with a focus on pricing for the firm relative to its fixed and variable costs, market share framework, and competitive issues both within the mode and between modes.
494437 Professor and Chair, Department of Business Information & Analytics Denver, CO
The Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver invites nominations for and expressions of interest in the position of Chair of the Department of Business Information and Analytics. Academics holding a doctoral degree who are appropriate for an appointment with tenure as either associate or full professor will be considered.
494456 Continuing Education Certificate Program Instructor, GSSW Denver, CO
The Office of Community Engagement creates and supports workshops and programs that are external to the Graduate School of Social Work and offers hands-on training, professional development, and deep discussions. We provide a wide range of continuing education (CE) offerings for alumni and the wider community, most offered in a virtual format. With diversity, equity and inclusion as our guiding principles, we cover topics that will help attendees enhance their professional skills, examine identities and how they interact with an attendee’s work, and advocate for social justice.
494417 Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Materials Engineering Denver, CO
The Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME) at the University of Denver (DU) is building an academically and culturally diverse faculty and staff with a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and invites applications for a The ECE department invites applications for a Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor tenure-track faculty position. While applications in all areas related to Mechanical and Materials Engineering will be considered, candidates with proven expertise in one or more of the following subfields are strongly encouraged to apply: biomedical devices, computational fluid dynamics, biomaterials, tissue engineering, surgical robotics, robotic manipulation, additive manufacturing, materials, wearable technology, rehabilitation, artificial intelligence, and data science. The potential start date of September 1, 2022 is anticipated for this hire, and the position features a competitive start-up package.
494427 Adjunct Faculty - Italian Denver, CO
The Center for World Languages and Cultures at the University of Denver seeks to hire adjunct faculty in Italian from an applicant pool for the academic year of 2021/2022 with a possibility of renewal. Adjunct faculty will teach 4 credit-courses for the first-year language program in Italian: ITAL 1001, ITAL 1002, and ITAL 1003. Faculty may also teach intermediate and/or upper-level Italian courses for the department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (LL&C).
494428 Adjunct Faculty - German Denver, CO
The Center for World Languages and Cultures at the University of Denver seeks to hire adjunct faculty in German from an applicant pool for the academic year of 2021/2022 with a possibility of renewal. Adjunct faculty will teach 4 credit-courses for the first-year language program in German: GERM 1001, GERM 1002, and GERM 1003. Faculty may also teach intermediate level German courses for the department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (LL&C).
494426 Adjunct Faculty - French Denver, CO
The Center for World Languages and Cultures at the University of Denver seeks to hire adjunct faculty in French from an applicant pool for the academic year of 2021/2022 with a possibility of renewal. Adjunct faculty will teach 4 credit-courses for the first-year language program in French: FREN 1001, FREN 1002, and FREN 1003. Faculty may also teach intermediate level French courses for the department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (LL&C).
494353 Assistant Professor - Christianity Denver, CO
The Department of Religious Studies invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Christianity, effective September 1, 2022. The area of expertise in Christianity is open but assumes a deep knowledge of Christian texts and/or New Testament, history of interpretation and Christian history, particularly within global, cross-cultural, or comparative frameworks. Training in race and ethnic studies, gender studies and/or postcolonial/decolonial theories, and/or any other relevant critical methodologies is desirable, as are other strengths in globalized and/or historically-marginalized interpretations of Christian texts and practice, particularly those outside Europe and the United States.
494392 Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling Psychology (Tenure-track) Denver, CO
The Morgridge College of Education (MCE) at the University of Denver (DU) invites applications in the Department of Counseling Psychology for an Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track (9-month appointment) to begin Fall 2022.
494381 Adjunct Faculty, Information Systems Security Denver, CO
University College is currently seeking adjunct faculty within our Information and Communication Technology (ICT) program, with extensive industry experience in information systems security, who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in career-focused programs. At this time we are seeking applicants for both on-campus and online course delivery. At this time, applicants with on-campus availability are given extra consideration. Courses are delivered on-campus one night a week from 6PM – 9PM (MT) five nights out of a ten week course (five weeks are delivered online).
494383 Adjunct Faculty, Supply Chain Management Denver, CO
The University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry experience in supply chain management who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in its career-focused Supply Chain Management program, which is offered jointly between University College’s Transportation and Supply Chain Institute and the Daniels College of Business. The program is administered through University College. Extensive knowledge of supply chain management at an executive or managerial level, and significant experience in business analytics and mentoring business professionals is strongly recommended.
494385 Adjunct Faculty, Health Data Science (on campus course delivery) Denver, CO
The Health Informatics program at University College at the University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry experience in health data science who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in this career-focused program. At this time, we are seeking applicants that can teach in person, on campus hybrid course format.
494380 Adjunct Faculty, Transportation Legal Studies: Contracts and Regulation Denver, CO
The Transportation Institute at the University of Denver currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry experience in transportation law who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in a career-focused program. The role of adjunct faculty in the Legal Studies: Contracts and Regulation course is to teach graduate students enrolled in the M.S. in Transportation Management the overarching concepts of laws, contracting, and regulatory affairs that pertain to this industry. Particular emphasis will be placed on contracts between shippers and carriers, regulatory impacts related to import/export, principal legal requirements for carriers, and the general Federal & Administrative law that pertains to trade, transportation, and supply chain in general.

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