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Earth Science American Journal Experts We are actively recruiting independent contractors from a variety of Earth Science fields to edit scholarly manuscripts originally written by non-native English speakers so that language is not a barrier to research communication. Required: either be enrolled in a graduate program or possess a graduate degree, native English proficiency, and have a documented current or former affiliation with one of the US schools or institutions from which we recruit Earth Science editors.
Earth Science West Virginia Community College WVNCC has an urgent need of experienced online adjunct instructors. Quality Matters training is preferred or the applicant must be willing to complete the training prior to being assigned to teach a course. Required: MS Earth Science or Masters degree with 18 credit hours Earth Science.
Earth Science Colorado Mountain College The ideal candidate will be an engaging teacher with a passion for mountain weather and snow with experience teaching online. Applicants must be residents of Colorado. Applicants should have a graduate level degree in Meteorology or a related field with coursework in Meteorology. (Related fields are Environmental Studies or Environmental, climate, or Atmospheric Science) Individuals with 4,000 hours working as a meteorologist, and with a Masters degree or higher in any field should also apply.
Earth Science Doane University Doane University, School of Integrative Learning invites applications for an online adjunct instructor of meteorology for an introductory meteorology course. A masters degree in meteorology or a related field is required.
Earth Science Johns Hopkins University The ideal candidate will have an advanced degree in a relevant field (masters degree the minimum, but Ph.D. preferred). Teaching experience, especially online and with professional students, and work experience within the relevant science fields also desired. A successful candidate would be able to begin in January 2020. College-level teaching experience is required and a proven record of effective online teaching and familiarity with Blackboard (or a similar LMS) are strong advantages.
Earth Science Broward College Online Masters degree in Oceanography, Geology, Earth Science, or related Marine Science subfield OR Masters degree with 18 graduate credit hours in Oceanography, Geology, Earth Science, or related Marine Science subfield required.