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  • Full-time Lecturer Position in Wildlife at Cal Poly Humboldt

    Guest Daniel Barton
    • Employer: Cal Poly Humboldt (formerly Humboldt State University)
      Location: Arcata, CA
      Country: United States
      Last Date to Apply: 05/01/2023
      Open Until Filled: Yes

    The Department of Wildlife at Cal Poly Humboldt seeks a full-time temporary lecturer (1 year with posibility of re-appointment) to potentially teach a variety of courses in the program, depending on the applicant's expertise, including Wetland or Upland Habitat Management, Wildlife Population Ecology, Ecology and Conservation of specific taxonomic groups, Senior Project, and/or Senior Seminar. The Department of Wildlife prides itself on inclusive excellence in undergraduate wildlife education, and has a strong and growing undergraduate enrollment of almost 400 students. The unique geography of Arcata, CA provides ready access to world-class field educational settings, and our program houses numerous unique resources for instruction. This position 

    Additional information on the position, including salary and more details on the program, can be found here: https://careers.humboldt.edu/hm/en-us/job/524784/lecturer-pool-in-department-of-wildlife-management-academic-year-2324

    Inquiries can be address to department and search committee chair, Dan Barton, at daniel.barton@humboldt.edu.

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