Harris-Stowe State University is a historically Black institution (HBCU) located in the heart of vibrant mid-town St. Louis, Missouri. Harris-Stowe’s beautiful campus is minutes from the renown Gateway Arch, St. Louis Zoo, St. Louis Art and History Museums, Forest Park and other cultural and educational institutions. Harris-Stowe’s diverse faculty and staff provide a wide range of academic programs to one of the most culturally diverse student bodies in the St. Louis region
The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences is creating a pool of potential adjunct instructors to teach courses in Geography. The successful candidate must possess a Doctorate or a Master’s Degree in Geography and have earned at least 18 credit hours in geography at the graduate level.
Duties will include teaching Geography courses for majors and non-majors, creating course curriculum, maintaining attendance logs, creating and maintaining electronic grade book.
Applicants should submit a letter of application, current vitae, unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts, evidence of excellence in teaching at the college level, and three letters of reference via the application portal on www.hssu.edu. Appointments are for immediate and upcoming semesters.
Review of applications will start immediately until the position is filled. Due to the volume of resumes that we receive, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
About Harris-Stowe State University
Harris Stowe State University is a coeducational municipal university centrally located in St. Louis. MO. There are three divisions. The college division provides a program of instruction leading to the degree of B.A. in education. The junior college division offers two-year courses in general, professional, and pre-professional training for residents of St. Louis. The University hosts collaborative graduate degree programs with Maryville University, the University of Missouri-St. Louis and Webster University. The University continues to expand, adding new campuses and buildings as part of its 21st-century initiative to offer opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students seeking a variety of degrees.