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GEOED-RESEARCH October 2010

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Re: Temporary position at Montana Western

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Smaglik Suki <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 18 Oct 2010 10:52:55 -0600

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HI, Rob-

If this were permanent you'd have my application right now!  I love what I do here but I miss having upperclassmen around.  And Dillon is as nice as Lander to live.  Anyway, I will pass your ad on to my friends at UW.  Maybe we'll cross paths at GSA.  Please say "hello" to Sheila.

-Suki

Suzanne M (Suki) Smaglik
Professor, Chemistry & Geology
Central Wyoming College
2660 Peck Ave
Riverton, WY  82501
800-735-8418 x 2146
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-----Original Message-----
From: Rob Thomas [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Mon 10/18/2010 8:35 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Temporary position at Montana Western
 
Friends,

Have a graduating student looking to get teaching experience? Please  
pass along the following announcement regarding a temporary position  
at the University of Montana Western in Dillon. We are located about 2  
hours west of Yellowstone National Park and are the first and only  
public university on the block system (a single class for 18 days). We  
are VERY flexible about the subject and design of the three general  
education courses we need for this spring and encourage innovation.  
Thanks for your help....Rob

University of Montana Western Temporary Position: 1/10/11 to 5/4/11

The Environmental Sciences Department at the University of Montana  
Western seeks an innovative instructor to fill a full-time, temporary  
position teaching three introductory-level geology courses during the  
spring semester of 2011. The teaching responsibilities begin on  
January 10, 2011 and will be completed on May 4, 2011. An earned Ph.D.  
in Geology or related field is preferred, and candidates should have  
experience with field-based education and research. Candidates should  
demonstrate excellence in undergraduate teaching and be able to teach  
introductory geology courses in an immersion scheduling system where  
student's take and faculty teach a single course for 18 instructional  
days.

The University of Montana Western, located in Dillon, Montana, is an  
innovative small institution nestled in a scenic valley in the Rocky  
Mountains of southwestern Montana.  The campus enrolls approximately  
1400 students and has small class sizes, usually less than 25  
students.  Dillon, a community of ~6,000, is known for outstanding  
public schools, safe living environment, recreational opportunities,  
and an excellent standard of living.  Montana Western's small size and  
focus on educational innovation have earned it a national reputation,  
and it is a place where faculty choose to collegially and creatively  
make a difference in the way that their curricula are delivered.   
Montana Western is one of only a few schools in the nation that uses  
"Experience One" immersion scheduling (students taking one course at a  
time), allowing increased opportunities for experiential types of  
learning (see http://my.umwestern.edu/ for more information).

Review of applications will begin November 1, 2010 and will continue  
until the position is filled.  Application materials should include a  
letter of interest, a curriculum vitae including the contact  
information for three professional references, and a statement about  
how the candidate will use immersion scheduling to teach introductory  
geology courses.  Please send application materials to Dr. Rob Thomas,  
Department of Environmental Sciences, The University of Montana  
Western, Dillon, MT 59725.  Final candidates will need to successfully  
complete a phone interview and an onsite interview, which will include  
a public presentation.

The University of Montana-Western is an equal opportunity/affirmative  
action employer and encourages applications from qualified women,  
minorities, Vietnam era veterans and people with disabilities.   
Position eligible for veteran's preference in accordance with State  
law.  Finalists for this position will be subject to a criminal  
background investigation.


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Robert C. Thomas, Ph.D.
Environmental Sciences Department
The University of Montana Western
Dillon, MT 59725
(406) 683-7615
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http://www.umwestern.edu/

"I'll know my song well, before I start singin'"...Dylan

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