We are seeking applications for a full-time teaching (non-tenure) track Assistant Professor appointment in the Department of Urban-Global Public Health. The successful candidate will primarily be devoted to our teaching mission, with a focus on nutrition-focused and core courses. This MPH in Public Health Nutrition program is ranked #6 among by MPHOnline.org.

The Department currently has four concentrations: urban public health, global public health, LGBTQ health and public health nutrition. In addition to teaching, the position will include academic and practicum advising, education-related scholarship, as well as mentoring for our MPH and DrPH students.  Participation in research projects and community engagement is also encouraged.

The incumbent faculty member shall:

·         Teach up to 6 courses per year (in-person, remote, asynchronous)

·         Update or develop online versions of classes and develop new courses as needed

·         Use pedagogically sound teaching methods that include active and experiential learning to implement in person and online courses

·         Ensure courses reflect diversity, equity and inclusion in both content and implementation.

·         Provide academic and practicum advising and mentorship to Master of Public Health and Doctor of Public Health degree students

·         Collaborate with School of Public Health and School of Health Professions colleagues to ensure that courses continue to meet the needs of both programs (note: The School of Health Professions collaborates in the public health nutrition concentration)

·         Teach to the educational requirements and expectations associated with the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) accreditation criteria; develop course content that meets and assesses these requirements and participate in all School assessments of courses required for CEPH accreditation

·         Collaborate with other faculty on research and publications

·         Participate in departmental and School service and community engagement

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