University of Scranton Adjunct Faculty – Studio Art (History)
Art and Music History
To staff a variety of courses each semester in the field of studio art. Part Time faculty may instruct one or more courses or labs each semester on an “as needed” basis.
Part-time faculty are expected to teach a specified course(s); prepare course materials; provide support and guidance to students; and report grades.
Additional Skills Required:
Ability to teach art in at least three media (e.g., painting, drawing, color and design)
Minimum Education Requirements:
An ABD Master of Fine Arts Degree in Studio Art is required.
A Master of Fine Arts Degree in Studio Art is preferred.
Minimum Job Experience Requirements:
At least two years previous teaching experience and a willingness to be flexible in cases of unanticipated course scheduling needs and changes.
Evidence of well-rounded teaching experience in studio art is preferred.
Full Time/Part Time:
Part Time/Adjunct Faculty
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Complete applications are to include a cover letter and CV. This is a pooled position from which Adjunct/Affiliates will be hired. This pooled position will serve as an electronic file and replace receiving paper CVs. As openings occur, we will draw candidates from this pool until May 2021. Applicants will need to re-apply after May 31, 2021 to be considered for the next academic year.
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