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Physical Science Adjunct Instructor
| National Louis University
United States, Illinois, Chicago
|February 13, 2024
Physical Science Adjunct Instructor
We are proactively recruiting at this time for openings expected in the future. National Louis University's Undergraduate College is seeking Environmental Biology Adjunct Instructors to join our team, to instruct SCI 101(Physical Science). At all levels, undergraduate to doctoral, our instructors prepare educators to make a difference in schools and in the lives of students.
National Louis University (NLU) is looking to honor its past while defining a bold new future as a contemporary, comprehensive university that prepares diverse students for sustained professional success with a deep commitment to Access, Excellence, Innovation and Equity. The university is focused on inspiring and empowering all learners to be leaders ready to address tomorrow's challenges in the context of increasing global urbanization. NLU is dedicated to providing a career-building, life-changing education that is accessible to all students. The University offers 80 +programs within its five colleges: National College of Education, Kendall College of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management, Undergraduate College, College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences and the School of Business and Information Technology. The University serves over 9,700 students per year and has experienced unprecedented growth in its undergraduate programming. Most students are from Illinois, but the University also attracts students from throughout the U.S. and from around the worldwho take advantage of campus based, blended and online programming.
Founded in 1886, National Louis University is a private not-for-profit university offering programs through the doctoral level. NLU is also classified as an Engaged Institution by the Carnegie Foundation and has been named as a top ten institution by Money Magazine where its alumni believe they are making the world "a better place." The University has had more Golden Apple Award winners among its graduates in teacher preparation than any institution across the state. The University has a deep commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and is among the top 25 most diverse national universities according to U.S. News and World Report (2019). Graduates from NLU enter the workforce earning an estimated $43,000 per year after graduation, ranking NLU among the top five of all Illinois post-secondary schools. The University has received more than $80 million in funding for applied research projects in urban development, child development, school improvement, and teacher preparation. NLU recognized as a national leader in closing the post-secondary completion through its innovative approach to undergraduate education. NLU is located in the center of Chicago's downtown loop, across the street from the Art Institute, in an area which has been recognized as America's largest campus with over25 institutions and 50,000 students attending a college across the city. In addition, the University has several suburban locations and a Florida regional campus.
Demonstrate excellence in teaching:
Collaborate with faculty team to develop an effective student experience for students.
Demonstrate, maintain, and continuously strengthen content expertise:
Promote student success with a proactive, high expectations, high support approach:
Engage in data-driven instruction and student support planning:
Commit to continuous improvement of self and colleagues (i.e., professional development):
The criteria for these positions varies but we recommend that candidates have a minimum of a Master's degree plus relevant experience in the field. Earned Doctorate degree is preferred. Previous teaching experience, preferably including online teaching; plus demonstrated scholarship.
*Current professional teaching experience preferred.
Please attach scanned or downloaded copies of official transcripts for all graduate and terminal degrees completed and for all relevant graduate coursework. Official documentation from the university(ies) via mail or e-transcript may be required if approved to teach any course(s).