Temporary geomorph instructor position for Fall 2021
The Geography & Geology Department at Eastern Michigan University is anticipating the need for a temporary Instructor to teach an upper-level course, ESSC 325 Geomorphology. This course introduces students to a broad range of Earth surface processes, including the production of topography, weathering and the breakdown of bedrock, hillslope processes, sediment erosion/transportation/deposition in fluvial and aeolian environments, and introduces students to various techniques and methods geomorphologists use to quantify landscape evolution. The course is currently scheduled to be run in a fully online environment and comprises a lecture and laboratory component. Lectures can be scheduled through the EMU Zoom platform and the instructor will have access to EMU's Canvas Online Teaching Portal. If interested, please visit the EMU Jobs Portal and search for Job Number 02302.
Preferred candidates should have completed or are finishing their Ph.D in Geomorphology, quantitative Physical Geography, or a closely-related field. The deadline is June 30, 2021.
Any questions regarding this opportunity should be directed to the EMU Geography and Geology Department Head, Dr. Rick Sambrook.