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Sociology: SOCI 180C Environment and Society-Adjunct Faculty

Community College System of New Hampshire

Job Description

Adjunct Faculty Sociology

NHTI-Concord’s Community College is seeking qualified applicants who are interested in teaching on-campus at the college on a course by course basis.

Semester: Spring 2023

The instructor will be responsible for preparing and teaching the following 16-week course, which will meet Thursdays, 1-3:50 p.m., in-person at our Concord, NH, campus:

SOCI 180C Environment and Society

Society and the natural environment are vitally linked in a number of ways. In this course, students will explore these connections at various levels from the local to the global, but with a focus on the students’ lives and local communities as important case studies. This course focuses on the social causes of environmental problems, the social consequences of environmental degradation, and social responses to environmental issues. The course is designed to provide students with the sociological tools and hands-on experiences that will help them gain a better understanding of local and global earth systems related to food, energy transportation housing, waste, and water, as well as the qualities of ecological integrity, social and racial justice, resilient communities, and economic well-being.

Lecture Hours: 3 Lab/Practicum/Clinical Hours: 0 Credit Hours: 3

Pay rate is $699 per contact hour.

The minimum qualifications for the position are as follows:

Education: Master’s degree with background in Sociology and/or related disciplines and demonstrated ability to teach successfully.

Applicant must reside within commuting distance of the Concord, NH, campus from January 17, 2023, through May 4, 2023. (Relocation expenses will not be reimbursed.)

Application process:

Submit your application online with cover letter and resume/curriculum vitae. Please include copies of official/unofficial transcripts when needed to demonstrate experience in the academic discipline.

Please contact Professor Paula DelBonis-Platt, Department Chair, if you have any questions about this position: pdelbonis-platt@ccsnh.edu

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