The Biology Department located in Winston Hall provides excellent teaching and research space.

Lecturer in Biology and Neuroscience, Wake Forest University

Search Closed; Position Filled

The Department of Biology seeks a PhD-level neuroscientist for a non-tenure track, career teaching faculty position. The successful candidate will have prior undergraduate teaching experience. He/she will teach introductory courses in Comparative Physiology and/or Cell Biology. He or she will also help coordinate two introductory neuroscience courses, teach an upper division biology class within the interdisciplinary Neuroscience minor, and mentor students in the Undergraduate Neuroscience Training Cooperative Program, a joint program between Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University. The faculty of the Department of Biology represents a broad array of disciplinary interests and is committed to exposing undergraduates to that breadth. The department graduates approximately 85 undergraduate majors per year and offers rigorous MS and PhD programs. The interdepartmental undergraduate Neuroscience minor (http://neuroscience.wfu.edu/) currently enrolls 20 students. Applicants should provide a CV, teaching portfolio including a statement of teaching philosophy, and three letters of recommendation. For complete details and to apply, visit https://wakejobs.silkroad.com.