Adjunct Faculty- Sociology

The Social Sciences department at Lasell College is seeking a sociology instructor for a part-time, face-to-face opening teaching our introduction to Sociology course (Sociological Imagination).

Responsibilities and Duties:

• Provide instruction for all sessions of assigned courses utilizing the college philosophy of connected learning.
• Provide a syllabus and course outline to students that clearly communicates course learning outcomes.
• Align some course assignments with departmental and college core curriculum goals learning goals and provide student work samples for college assessment purposes.
• Maintain office hours each week.
• Incorporate Moodle (online learning platform) into the course.
• Keep accurate records of student progress (grades) and complete mid-semester and final grade reports.

Qualifications:
This course is an integral part of our general education core curriculum as well as the three majors offered in the Social Sciences Department; thus, the successful candidate will have experience teaching students from a variety of majors and be willing to collaborate with other instructors on core curriculum and major-specific learning goals. A willingness to incorporate the college's Connected Learning Philosophy into the course as well as a master's degree in Sociology or a related field are required (doctoral degree preferred). Applied sociology and/or career relevant experience is a plus. When applying, please specify the class in your cover letter.

Courses that are available:
SOC101 MWF 10 - 10:50
SOC101 Tues/Thur 11 - 12:15
Mon/Wed 5 - 6:15

Course descriptions can be found on our website: http://www.lasell.edu/academics/academic-catalog/undergraduate-catalog/programs-of-study/sociology.html

 

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