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Faculty Careers - Biology/Life Sciences, Faculty Careers - Other
The Lubbock Christian UniversityDepartment of Natural Sciences seeks a highly qualified science educator and scholar that can contribute to the continued excellence of our human anatomy and physiology lecture and laboratory courses. Our anatomy and physiology courses are required for students interested in pre-health professional studies. Students participating in these courses include majors from biology, chemistry, biochemistry, exercise and sport sciences, and nursing.
The LCU Department of Natural Sciences seeks faculty who can contribute to the mission of preparing students for their calling as Christ-centered professionals, fully equipped for lives of Christian service and leadership. Primary duties of this position will be teaching undergraduate human anatomy and physiology lecture and laboratory courses for majors and developing curriculum to enhance the effectiveness of these courses as integrated within the rest of the natural sciences curriculum. Applicants must be committed to undergraduate and graduate education and show promise of becoming an exceptional teacher who values mentoring and advising students. A normal teaching load is twelve-hours per semester. Scholarly activity, service, and other duties as assigned are also expected of the successful applicant.
An earned doctorate in biology or closely related field is required. Persons with a master’s degree who are pursuing a doctorate in biology may be considered; however, the person will not become tenure-track eligible until completion of the doctorate. Excellent communication skills are expected. All qualified applicants must be professing Christians and be active, faithful members of a congregation of the Churches of Christ and be willing to support the Christian mission and purpose of the university.
For a complete list of duties, qualifications, and components for the application packet, visit LCU.edu/OpenPositions
For additional information contact: Andy Laughlin, Ph.D., Professor and Department Chair, LCU Department of Natural Sciences Andy.Laughlin@LCU.edu • 806-720-7708
About Lubbock Christian University
Lubbock Christian University is a four-year private master's level institution that promotes unique educational opportunities with a strategic focus on student success in four key areas: spiritual formation, intellectual growth, personal stewardship and leadership development. Degree programs are offered for both bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees. For over 60 years, the school has offered academic excellence in a Christian environment. For more information, visit www.LCU.edu.