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10/02/2017
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073496
Ed-Instructional Technology
Syracuse University’s program in Instructional Design, Development & Evaluation (IDD&E) seeks an energetic researcher and promising scholar to fill a full-time, tenure-track, assistant professor position in a well-established program and provide vision and leadership to ensure continued national prominence. We seek an individual with strong expertise and research interest in (1) instructional d… View Details Bookmark
11/08/0017
Faculty
073584
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Syracuse University’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) in the College of Engineering and Computer Science (http://eng-cs.syr.edu) invites applications for a tenure-track or tenured faculty appointment at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor. The Department has distinguished itself for its strengths in the research areas of Cybersecurity and assurance, art… View Details Bookmark
01/08/2018
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073663
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
The College of Engineering & Computer Science offers three Masters programs online, MS Computer Engineering, MS Computer Science, & MS Cybersecurity. Due to the rapid growth of the program, the college is looking for well-qualified candidates to join the full-time teaching faculty whose primary duty is teaching courses in these programs. The faculty will be a regular part of the faculty body … View Details Bookmark
11/08/2017
Faculty
073583
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Syracuse University’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) in the College of Engineering and Computer Science (http://eng-cs.syr.edu) invites applications for a tenure-track or tenured faculty appointment at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor. The Department and the college have distinguished itself with research strength that includes cybersecurity, assura… View Details Bookmark
11/27/2017
Faculty
073631
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Part time instructor for CIS 300/500 Social Media and Data Mining Course Description – 3 credits Social media mining is a branch of data mining, with its focus set on social media. Data mining refers to the process of discovering patterns, or extracting knowledge, from data. Accordingly, social media mining refers to the process of discovering patterns, or extracting knowledge, from social… View Details Bookmark
08/02/2017
Faculty
073431
Exercise Science
The School of Education at Syracuse University is looking for an individual who will teach PED 200 Indoor Cycling – Intermediate (1 credit) Multiple sections may be available Course Description: Indoor cycling is a group exercise class done on stationary bikes. This intermediate level course builds on the skill and endurance level of the beginning cycling course. The instructor will c… View Details Bookmark
02/12/2018
Faculty
073692
Exercise Science
The School of Education at Syracuse University is looking for an individual who will teach PED 200 Bootcamp Fitness (1 credit) Course Description: Students will be lead through a challenging work out that incorporates the entire body with the goal of increasing strength, muscle endurance, balance, and flexibility. It is a combination of cardio and strength training using only your body, n… View Details Bookmark
09/21/2017
Faculty
073491
Exercise Science
The Department of Exercise Science in the School of Education at Syracuse University seeks a full-time, tenure-track faculty member at the assistant professor level. All areas of expertise within the general field of exercise science will be considered. A collaborative multi-disciplinary approach to research that transects faculty interests in exercise/physical activity, applied physiology, … View Details Bookmark
08/02/2017
Faculty
073420
Exercise Science
The School of Education at Syracuse University is looking for an individual who will teach PED 200 – Indoor Cycling – Beginner (1 credit). Course Description: Indoor cycling is a group exercise class done on stationary bikes. Various terrains will be simulated including flat roads, climbing hills, and sprint rides for cardiovascular and strength exercise. View Details Bookmark
12/13/2016
Faculty
073016
Falk College - Dean
A part-time instructor is needed to teach MFT 662 Sec M001 (38288) System Dynamics in a Group Setting in Spring 2017 semester (1/17/17-5/14/17). Course description: Cognitive and affective awareness of group process through didactic and experiential instruction. Group techniques for the treatment of family issues. For students in Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Class meets: W 1:00 p.m. – 4… View Details Bookmark
10/23/2017
Faculty
073538
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach HTW 200 – Communication and Social Media (12/18/17-1/12/18). Course description: Selected Topics Class will meet: ONLINE View Details Bookmark
10/23/2017
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073546
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach FST 202 – Agroecology (3 credits) in the Spring 2018 (1/16/18-5/13/18). Course description: Explores the biological processes that undergird the food production system on which we depend. Topics include soil fertility and quality, pest ecology, nutrient cycling and socioeconomic and policy aspects of agricultural production. Class meets: M W 2:15 p.m.- … View Details Bookmark
10/23/2017
Faculty
073541
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 200 (M003) – Special Topics: Food Demonstrations Vegetarian Cooking (1 credit) in spring 2018 semester (3/28/18-4/18/18). Course description: Selected Topics. This course is intended to give students practical information about eating healthy and sustainably by eating local. Meeting in the new Falk Nutrition Assessment, Counseling and Education (ACE… View Details Bookmark
07/24/2017
Faculty
073370
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
The Department of Public Health, Food Studies and Nutrition in the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics at Syracuse University invites applicants for a full time tenure-track assistant professor position in Integrative & Functional Nutrition or Sports Nutrition to begin in August 2018. The department seeks a high-energy faculty member with expertise in the integrative and function… View Details Bookmark
05/23/2017
Faculty
073238
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 300 – Selected Topics, Cooking and Nutrition for Endurance Athletic Performance (3 credits) in Fall 2017 (8/28/17-12/15/17). Course description: Applied shopping and cooking class using easy recipes and limited ingredients, to improve performance for endurance sports; including goal setting, nutrient requirements, power/recovery foods, supplements… View Details Bookmark
10/24/2017
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073553
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach FST 422 Sec. M005 – Wine & Beer Appreciation (3 credits) in the Spring 2018 (1/16/18-5/13/18). Course description: Ingredients, processes and laws. Sensory evaluation and discussion of still and sparkling wines and beers. Student must be 21 years of age. Students may not take both FST 412 and FST 422. Class meets: Th 3:30 p.m.- 6:15 p.m. View Details Bookmark
05/23/2017
Faculty
073236
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 200 (M002) – Selected Topics: Food Demonstrations Improving Athletic Performance (1 credit) in Fall 2017 (10/5/17-10/26/17). Course description: This course is intended to give undergraduate students practical information about eating to improve athletic performance. Using the new Falk Nutrition Assessment, Counseling and Education (ACE) Demonstrati… View Details Bookmark
08/09/2017
Faculty
073435
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
The Department of Public Health, Food Studies, and Nutrition at Syracuse University is seeking to fill a non-tenure track position at the rank of assistant teaching or associate teaching professor beginning August, 2018. For more information about out public health programs, visit https://falk.syr.edu/public-health/ This is a 3 year contract position, renewable dependent on program need and … View Details Bookmark
10/23/2017
Faculty
073539
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 200 – Selected Topics, Food Demonstrations Improving Athletic Performance (1 credit) in spring 2018 semester (1/24/18-2/14/18). Course description: Selected Topics. This course is intended to give students practical information about eating to improve athletic performance. Using the new Falk Nutrition Assessment, Counseling and Education (ACE) Demon… View Details Bookmark
10/23/2017
Faculty
073540
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 200 (M002) – Special Topics: Food Demonstrations for Weight Management (1 credit) in spring 2018 semester (2/21/18-3/21/18). Course description: Selected Topics. This course is intended to give students practical information about eating healthy and sustainably by eating local. Meeting in the new Falk Nutrition Assessment, Counseling and Education (… View Details Bookmark
10/23/2017
Faculty
073542
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 300 (M001) – Special Topics: Cooking Gluten Free (3 credits) in spring 2018 semester (1/16/18-5/13/18). Course description: Selected Topics. Applied shopping and cooking class using easy recipes and limited ingredients, to learn how to cook gluten free; including goal setting, nutrient requirements, meal planning, and convenience foods.. Class meets… View Details Bookmark
11/17/2016
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072957
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 457 – Research and Evaluation in Nutrition Sec. M001 (3 credits) in the Spring 2017 (1/17/17-5/14/17). Course description: Integrates an understanding and application of research methods in nutrition science. Requires evaluation of current research and builds on knowledge gained from other courses and applies it to research and evaluation. Class me… View Details Bookmark
05/23/2017
Faculty
073239
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 425 – Nutrition in Fitness and Sports (3 credits) in Fall 2017 (8/28/17-12/15/17). Course description: Energy needs of activity and effect of dietary intake on performance. Special dietary requirements of specific sports and athletic activities. Dietary ergogenic aids; weight control; sports fads and myths; interaction of alcohol, caffeine, and toba… View Details Bookmark
07/24/2017
Faculty
073371
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
The Department of Public Health, Food Studies and Nutrition in the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics at Syracuse University invites applicants for a full time nutrition/food service management associate teaching position to begin in August 2018. The department seeks a high-energy faculty member with expertise in food/beverage/hospitality management with an interest in nutrition… View Details Bookmark
05/23/2017
Faculty
073237
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 200 (M003) – Special Topics: Food Demonstrations Eating Local: Sustainable Nutrition (1 credit) in Fall 2017 (11/2/17-11/30/17). Course description: This course is intended to give undergraduate students practical information about eating healthy and sustainably by eating local. Meeting in the new Falk Nutrition Assessment, Counseling and Education… View Details Bookmark
08/09/2017
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073436
Falk College - Sport Management
Syracuse University invites applications for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor of Sport Management/Analytics with a focus on Sports Economics and Econometrics. (Tenure eligible), appointment begins in August, 2018. The Department of Sport Management is housed in the Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics. The new Sport Analytics degree is an academically rigorous, business-b… View Details Bookmark
07/17/2017
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073364
Falk College - Sport Management
A part-time instructor is needed to teach SPM 664 Financial Management of Sport Facilities and Events during the Fall 2017 semester. Course Description: Sport finance applied to managerial control of sport venues and events. Fundamental business concepts. Analysis of financial statements, budget forecasting and planning, securing optional funding sources and capital budgeting as related to mult… View Details Bookmark
11/13/2017
Faculty
073596
Falk College - Sport Management
A part-time instructor is needed to teach SPM 324 Sport Sponsorship and Promotion (3 credits) during the Spring 2018 semester. Course Description: Overview of sponsorship and promotional principles used in marketing sport events. An emphasis on proposal writing, sponsorship solicitation, and the elements of a promotional campaign. Students will apply the theory to an existing sport event. Cla… View Details Bookmark
11/13/2017
Faculty
073598
Falk College - Sport Management
A part-time instructor is needed to teach SPM 225 Managing the Sports Organization (3 credits) during the Spring 2018 semester. Course Description: Application of management concepts and theories to sport organizations and the sport industry. Includes issues of leadership, ethics, organizational design, strategic planning, labor relations, diversity, globalization, and organizational changes. C… View Details Bookmark
07/17/2017
Faculty
073365
Falk College - Sport Management
A part-time instructor is needed to teach SPM 225 – Managing the Sports Organization (3 cr.) during the Fall 2017 semester. Course Description: Application of management concepts and theories to sport organizations and the sport industry. Includes issues of leadership, ethics, organizational design, strategic planning, labor relations, diversity, globalization, and organizational changes. Class… View Details Bookmark