The SFS program on Wildlife and Natural Resource Conservation located in Kenya seeks an enthusiastic, team-oriented individual to serve as part of a residential team of faculty and staff that delivers an interdisciplinary, hands-on learning experience to students spending a semester abroad.  SFS Kenya has a thematic focus on wildlife and natural resource management and community livelihoods and well-being in the rift-valley of rural Kenya The Resident Lecturer participates in course and program development of the Human Dimensions of Wildlife Conservation course during the fall 2021 semester and delivers the course in the spring 2022 semester, shares topics on socio-cultural aspects of conservation, and oversees one-third of the Directed Research course. Contribute to

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