Public Health Instructor (part- or full-time)
Cornell University is looking for one-to-two Instructor(s) (part-time or full time) for the Master in Public Health (MPH) program. MPH program details are listed here: www.publichealth.cornell.edu. The instructor(s) will work with students in one of two of the concertation areas to help ensure student learning and application of knowledge and skills in case-based scenarios and real-world experiences. This will include teaching parts of the suite of already existing applied public health courses, and mentoring students in their multi-semester applied and community-engaged project work centered on the core functions of public health: Assessment, Program/Policy Planning, Program Monitoring/Evaluation/Performance Improvement. The instructor(s) will also mentor students through their Capstone Project.
The ideal candidate(s) will have:
The candidate(s), in partnership with the MPH Program leadership, will have responsibility for teaching and mentoring a cohort of MPH students in formal classroom settings, via case-based learning, and field-based integrated learning. Some effort will be allocated for extramural public health service and engagement (allowing the candidates to be involved in public health practice work), and some effort may be allocated for scholarly activities, including primary or collaborative public health research, publication of case series or case reports and book chapters, as well as service to the college and professional associations.
These are non-tenure track faculty appointments, and may be offered at full time, or part-time with the possibility of growth. Joint appointments will be considered. Salary and title will be commensurate with credentials and experience.
For more information about this position or the search, contact Gen Meredith, Search Committee Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org. Prospective candidates should upload their application materials (a one-to-two-page personal statement summarizing their experience, concentration area of interest, and potential contribution to the MPH program; contributions to inclusion and diversity; curriculum vitae; and contact information for three professional references) to Academic Jobs Online (AJO) (https://academicjobsonline.org) job number 12770.
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