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The Department of Life Sciences at New York Institute of Technology is invites applications for Adjunct Professors of Biology and Microbiology.
Positions are available for instructors of general biology and microbiology laboratory classes at the Old Westbury campus.
Candidates must possess Ph.D. in a related discipline. Teaching experience in undergraduate teaching is preferred. NYIT emphasizes interdisciplinary scholarship, research, and teaching.
Candidates wishing to apply for the microbiology instructor position must have experience working with bacteria and familiarity with culture, isolation, staining and characterization techniques at the undergraduate level.