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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
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
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
10/23/2017
Faculty
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
08/09/2017
Faculty
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
Faculty
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
073595
Falk College - Sport Management
A part-time instructor is needed to teach SPM 305 Sport Hospitality Management (3 credits) during the Spring 2018 semester. Course Description: Hospitality industry as it relates to Sport Management. Examines the lodging, food and beverage, and travel/transportation logistics for sport participants and spectators. Class dates: 1/16/18-05/13/18, T/Th 12:30 p.m. – 1:50 p.m. View Details Bookmark
11/13/2017
Faculty
073597
Falk College - Sport Management
A part-time instructor is needed to teach SPM 415 Sport Law (3 credits) during the Spring 2018 semester. Course Description: Introduction and application of law to the sport industry. Legal concepts covered include agency, contract, labor, antitrust, tort, and criminal laws. Special focus on contemporary issues in sports including diversity, Title IX, drugs, and disabilities. Class dates: 1/16… 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
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
10/17/2017
Faculty
073529
Geography
The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University seeks a part-time instructor to teach GEO 272-World Cultures, through University College during the Spring 2018 semester (3 credits). The class meets Mondays, 5:15-8:00 PM, from January 22-April 30, 2018. Appointment begins January 15, 2018. Course Description: This course introduces students to cultural geography … View Details Bookmark
03/09/2017
Faculty
073136
Geography
The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University seeks a part-time instructor to teach GEO 103, Environment and Society, through University College during the Fall 2017 semester, August 28 – December 15, 2017, Tuesday evenings, 6:30-9:15 PM (3 credits). Appointment begins August 21, 2017. Course Description: This course focuses on the relationship between society … View Details Bookmark
08/07/2017
Faculty
073443
History
The History Department in The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in the history of modern Germany. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong commitment to research as well as to undergraduate and graduate education. The Maxwell School especially seeks candidates open to collaboration an… View Details Bookmark
09/25/2017
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073499
Information Studies-Dean
Teach 1 section of IST475 Full Stack Web Development, a 3 credit class, Spring semester. In this course, students will build a full-fledged web application using modern open-source technologies and host it in the cloud, working on frameworks for both server-side and client-side layers of the application. In this course, we’ll start with setting up data models using Postgres database. We w… View Details Bookmark
11/02/2017
Faculty
073576
Information Studies-Dean
Teach one section of IST663 –– April Quarter 2018 Online. Methods for designing, delivering, and evaluating information and digital literacy skills instruction in schools. Exploration of appropriate interventions that support student motivation for learning 21st century skills and ways of fostering librarian-teacher collaboration. The course is intended to help students gain skills and kn… View Details Bookmark
09/12/2017
Faculty
073476
Information Studies-Dean
Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies (The iSchool, see http://ischool.syr.edu) is soliciting applications from professionals in data science to join its renowned and interdisciplinary faculty. This position is open to professionals who can serve as a Professor of Practice. The successful candidate will join our “Faculty of One” in a highly collegial environment that stresses coll… View Details Bookmark
12/14/2017
Faculty
073647
Information Studies-Dean
This position is a grant sponsored, full-time position that is expected to last for up to one year with a possibility of renewal for a second year. The Syracuse University School of Information Studies is seeking a post doctoral researcher to work on a project studying stigmergic coordination, specifically, interviewing open source software developers about their development practices and de… View Details Bookmark
05/25/2017
Faculty
073244
Information Studies-Dean
The School of Information Studies at Syracuse University is actively seeking part-time, non-tenure track data science faculty for the 2017/2018 academic year, to teach sections of our classes in our Master’s program in Applied Data Science (http://ischool.syr.edu/ads), both on campus and online. IST 687: Introduction to Data Science The course introduces students to applied examples of data… View Details Bookmark
Teach one section of IST662 –Instructional Strategies and Techniques for Information Professionals – January Quarter 2018 Online. Introduction to information literacy models for application to instruction in information organizations. Focus on strategies and techniques for designing, presenting, and evaluating instruction and training in information contexts. Topics include: Role of … View Details Bookmark
12/14/2017
Faculty
073649
Languages, Literature & Linguistics
The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at Syracuse University is seeking a Part-time Instructor to teach a four credit section of Spanish III in the spring 2018 semester. Semester begins on January 11, 2018. Offering is contingent upon sufficient enrollment. Spanish III, Spanish 201 Continuing proficiency-based course which refines and expands previously acquired linguis… View Details Bookmark
12/14/2017
Faculty
073651
Languages, Literature & Linguistics
The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at Syracuse University is seeking a part-time instructor(s) to teach 3-credit sections of Composition and Research for Non-Native Speakers in spring 2018 semester. Semester begins January 11, 2018. Offering is contingent upon sufficient enrollment. ENL 211 Composition for Non-native Speakers of English Expository writing and reading…. View Details Bookmark
10/04/2017
Faculty
073506
Languages, Literature & Linguistics
The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics of Syracuse University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Italian with expertise in Medieval-Renaissance Italian Studies beginning August 2018. View Details Bookmark
12/14/2017
Faculty
073650
Languages, Literature & Linguistics
The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at Syracuse University is seeking a part-time instructor to teach 3-credit section(s) of Advanced Integrated Skills for Non-native Speakers of English, ENL 207, in spring 2018 semester. Semester begins January 11, 2018. Offering contingent upon sufficient enrollment. ENL 207 – An integrated skills course focusing on academic writing a… View Details Bookmark
08/07/2017
Faculty
073444
Law College-Dean
Syracuse University College of Law is seeking a part-time instructor to teach Commercial Transactions, a four-credit course in spring 2018. This course covers commercial practices under the Uniform Commercial Code, particularly sales, commercial paper and bank collections, letters of credit, bulk transfers, and secured transactions, business background, planning, and counseling. The College… View Details Bookmark
08/29/2017
Faculty
073446
Law College-Dean
Syracuse University College of Law is seeking a visitor to teach two sections of the first year three credit Constitutional Law I course in spring 2018. This course covers (1) Judicial Review in all its aspects, including the Case and Controversy doctrine, and (2) Structure, that is, Federalism (Federal and State regulatory and taxing powers) and Separation of Powers/Checks and Balances among … View Details Bookmark
Part-time Faculty to be a section lead for MAR 653 – Marketing Analytics. (3 credits). Online course. Course description: Marketing analytics techniques including multiple regression, logit, cluster analysis, ordinal logit, multinomial logit, and conjoint analysis. Marketing decision support models such as new product diffusion, test-market, price and sales promotion decision models. Other… View Details Bookmark
Part-time Faculty to be a section lead for SCM 755, Lean Six Sigma (3 credits). Online course. Course description: Students will learn the six sigma process-improvement approach focused on quality, reliability and value to customers. Skills include techniques from the define, measure, analyze, improve and control (DMAIC) approach. Lean concepts from supply chain management are introduced… View Details Bookmark
Part-time Faculty to be a section lead for MBC 645 – Strategic Management (3 credits) Online Course. Course description: Strategy and its integrative role in management. Concepts, models, and skills for developing strategies to create and sustain competitive advantage in a dynamic and global environment. Topics include environmental analysis, strategy formulation, and strategy implementatio… View Details Bookmark