This is an academic year (9-mo) Lecturer (non-tenure track) faculty position in the Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources. The position is a 100% teaching appointment with predominantly undergraduate instructional responsibilities. The successful candidate is expected to teach undergraduate courses related to Natural Resource Science and Management, with a focus on Wildlife Sciences. Primary responsibilities include organizing and teaching 2-3 undergraduate courses in both fall and spring semesters. The lecturer will be responsible for developing and teaching a new, annual, major requirement course in Wildlife Science and teaching an introductory course in Natural Resources Conservation. Additional preferred courses for this lecturer include Animal Behavior, Herpetology, or Pr

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