Work at the UF School of Natural Resources and Environment

The School of Natural Resources and Environment offers university-wide, interdisciplinary degree programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level that prepare students to understand the complex issues related to environment and socio-economic stability. Through its interdisciplinary educational programs, the School of Natural Resources and Environment will provide tomorrow's scientists, natural resource managers, and societal leaders with the training (acquisition of knowledge, skills and competencies) needed to effectively address the enormous environmental challenges facing future society. The School of Natural Resources and Environment is comprised of more than 300 affiliated faculty members, more than 100 graduate students and a like number of undergraduate majors.

  • Lecturer - Apply by June 20, 2019

  • Position #00014304, Requisition #47596

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    This is a 12-month non tenure-accruing position that will be 100% teaching (College of Agricultural and Life Sciences) available in the School of Natural Resources and Environment, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, at the University of Florida. The successful candidate will serve as instructor for a General Education course in Environmental Science (multiple sections) as well as a foundational course for Environmental Science majors.