The Department of Biology at Presbyterian College announces an opening for a one-year visiting professor with the opportunity for extension of an additional year. Candidates with expertise in any area of Physiology will be considered.

Excellence in teaching is highly valued at Presbyterian College. We expect the individual in this position to teach Physiology with lecture and lab in spring semester.  The possibility exists to teach a two semester Anatomy and Physiology sequence over fall and spring semesters.  The opportunity to mentor undergraduate research also exists.

Qualifications:

MS or PhD Degree in Biological Sciences or related field.

Presbyterian College:

Presbyterian College is a four-year undergraduate liberal-arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA. The college supports academic freedom and encourages community involvement. Located in Clinton, South Carolina, PC is approximately 40 minutes from Greenville and Spartanburg, South Carolina and about one hour from Columbia, South Carolina. The region offers abundant opportunity for social and recreational activities, including a thriving main street in Greenville, performing arts centers in Greenville and Spartanburg, outstanding hiking and trail biking, numerous lakes for boating, and easy access to Charlotte, North Carolina, Asheville, North Carolina, and Atlanta, Georgia.

Application: 

Inquiries regarding this position should be made to Dr. Stuart Gordon, Presbyterian College Dept. of Biology, sggordon@presby.edu, 864-833-8405 (office). Interested individuals should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching experience and philosophy, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation as one pdf file to:  PCBiosearch2021@presby.edu  (Subject: Visiting Professor Application).  Review of applications will begin on April 12, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.