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The Department of Economics at the University of Southern Maine seeks to hire a part-time, temporary, one semester Lecturer for Fall 2014, with the possibility of teaching in Spring 2015 as well. The faculty member will be asked to teach one or both of the following: ECO 101 Introduction to Macroeconomics and ECO 102 Introduction to Microeconomics. For more information about the University of Sout...
LECTURER POSITION College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture School of Nursing The University of Maine School of Nursing invites applications for an ongoing, academic-year, non-tenure track Lecturer position available September 1, 2014. Responsibilities and Qualifications: The selected candidate is required to teach undergraduate courses in didactic, clinical, and skills lab settings as...
College of Management and Human Service, School of Business Full-time; Academic Year (September to May) Appointment The University of Southern Maine’s School of Business invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track Lecturer of Finance beginning Fall 2014. The length of the appointment is for one academic year (September-May). This position may be renewable. Primary duties include, but ar...
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