Assistant Professor of Biology at Northern State University, Aberdeen, South 

Position: Full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Biology

Qualifications: A Ph.D. in Biology, Ecology or a related field from an 
accredited institution is required. ABD with a definite completion date will be 
considered. Interest and/or background in land or/water management is 
preferred. Evidence of interdisciplinary work also preferred. Successful 
candidate must demonstrate exceptional competence in teaching and have strong 
communication skills.

Responsibilities: Develop and teach undergraduate courses (12 credits per 
semester) in invertebrate and vertebrate biology, conservation-related courses, 
other classes related to the expertise of the applicant and department needs, 
and other duties as assigned, such as teaching First Year Seminar. The 
applicant will be expected to be actively involved in student recruitment and 
contribute to curriculum development in their area of expertise. Applicant 
should have a strong commitment to undergraduate education. Research, scholarly 
activity, and university service are expected, as well as a commitment to 
engage undergraduate students in research.

Setting: Northern State University is a premier residential institution 
characterized by outstanding instruction and strong community relations. NSU’s 
campus is being enhanced by the addition of several new residence athletic, and 
instructional buildings, including the Regional Science Education Center to be 
completed by fall 2019. NSU is consistently named by US News and World Report 
as one of the best undergraduate public institutions in the Midwest. NSU is 
fully accredited by CAEP and HLC.

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