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- Appointment to begin approximately August 1, 2017. May be eligible for tuition waiver pending availability of funding.
- Successful Candidates will be placed in one of a variety of academic departments in either College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) or College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Natural Resource Management (CAFNRM) under the direct supervision of the Graduate Assistant Coordinator of the specific department under which the candidate will be functioning. Duties will include the following:
- Teach or assist programs in the department to which the candidate will be assigned. Courses may include:
- • Biology:
- o BIOL 101L General Biology Laboratory,
- o BIOL 175L Introductory Biology Laboratory,
- o BIOL 275L Microbiology Laboratory,
- o BIOL 281L General Ecology Lab,
- o BIOL 466L Genetics Lab
- o BIO 481L Advanced Ecology and Evolution Lab
- • Marine Science:
- o MARE 140L: Intro to Hawaiian Coral Reefs,
- o MARE 171L: Marine Biology Lab and
- o MARE 201L: Oceanography Lab
- o MARE 350L: Coastal Methods & Analyses Lab
- o MARE 353L: Pelagic Methods & Analyses Lab
- • CAFNRM:
- o AG230L Sustainable Agriculture Laboratory,
- o HORT262L Introduction to Horticulture Laboratory
- Work closely with the appropriate departmental Graduate Assistant Coordinator throughout the semester on course planning, preparation, grading and classroom management. Work with students to enhance their comprehension of assigned reading materials. Conduct informal discussion groups to ensure understanding of lectures and lab assignments. Supervise students in the laboratory as well as on occasional field excursions. Train and monitor laboratory users for compliance with basic safety and scientific procedures. Ensure proper maintenance of laboratory equipment and supplies. Transport students in a 12- or 15-passenger van. Perform other duties as assigned.
- Enrollment in the Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science (TCBES) Graduate Program at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Marine Science, Geography, Agriculture, or a related Environmental Science. Significant knowledge of, and ability to teach, topics in in the above fields and/or other scientific disciplines at the undergraduate level which are a basis for the TCBES graduate degree. Demonstrated ability to write well and be able to give constructive and timely feedback on written assignments. Effective oral communication.
- Previous experience supervising students in the field. Previous experience teaching students in a classroom or laboratory setting. Previous experience conducting independent scientific research. Ability to safely drive a 12- or 15- passenger van.
- Dr. Patrick J. Hart, Assoc Dir,TCBES Graduate Prgm; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Rebecca Ostertag, Dir, TCBES Graduate Prgm; email@example.com
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Employment is contingent on satisfying employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986; reference checks of previous employers; and for certain positions, criminal history record checks.
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