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Religion Adjunct Faculty  « Position Deleted on 3/28/2013 »

Institution: Central Michigan University
Location: Online/Remote
Category:
  • Faculty - Liberal Arts - Religious Studies & Theology
Posted: 01/23/2013
Type: Part-Time/Adjunct
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REL 334 Death and Dying: Religious Dimensions Religious and cultural understandings of death; selected religious and moral problems related to death, e.g., suicide, abortion, euthanasia; religious rituals and death.

LOCATION: Online

The successful candidate will teach adult students online and must have online teaching experience or be willing to successfully participate in the online training provided by CMU's Center for Instructional Design in online teaching. A competitive stipend is paid to teach the course. To view CMU's Global Campus job postings please visit CMU's website at http://www.cel.cmich.edu/faculty/recruitment/job-postings.aspx . To apply please visit the CMU website found at http://global.cmich.edu/faculty/opportunities/application.aspx.

REQUIREMENTS: Completion of all Ph.D. course work and comprehensive exams. Doctoral course work and research should be in the larger context of either the study of the "history of religions" or the "academic study of religion". The applicant's specialization or secondary emphasis in the doctoral work must be in the area of the course, i.e., for REL 334, Death and Dying, the work should be in social ethics, or college level teaching experience in death and dying or related subjects in social ethics.

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Established in 1892, Central Michigan University has an enrollment of 27,000 students, including approximately 20,000 students on the university's main campus. Classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a doctoral research university, CMU is recognized for strong undergraduate education and a range of focused graduate and research programs.

CMU, an AA/EO institution, strongly and actively strives to increase diversity within its community (see www.cmich.edu/aaeo/).