The Department of Environmental Studies (ENVS) at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) is seeking lecturers to teach the following three undergraduate courses in the Spring 2024 semester (January 16 – May 8, 2024). The three courses are listed below, together with the class meeting patterns (days and times). Lecturers should hold a masters or PhD in a related subject. Class materials (e.g., syllabi, assignments, PowerPoint presentations) are available from previously-taught iterations of each class. All classes will be taught in-person.
ENVS 3020 Advanced Writing in Environmental Studies – up to 19 students – T/TH 8:30-9:45am
ENVS 3034 Foundations of Environmental Justice – up to 75 students – MW 2:30-3:20pm (supported by a graduate student Teaching Assistant)
ENVS/EBIO 3040 Conservation Biology – up to 75 students – T/TH 9:30-10:45am (supported by a graduate student Teaching Assistant)
Interested applicants should contact Amie Redding (ENVS Program Coordinator) at: Amie.Redding@colorado.edu. In your application email, please include: 1) your CV, and 2) a one-page (maximum) letter expressing your interest, qualifications, and experience. Within your letter, please indicate which of the three courses you are interested in teaching.
Compensation for these positions is $6,740 per course.
Please submit your application as soon as possible. We will begin reviewing applications on October 16, 2023 but the positions will remain open until filled.