Date of Posting: December 10, 2013
The Department of
Fine Arts at Mount Allison University invites applications to teach FINA
4831 (Advanced Studio IV) for the winter term (January to April, 2014),
as a stipendiary (part-time) position on the Sackville campus. Advanced
Studio IV is open to fourth-year students in the BFA Degree and majors
in Fine Arts. This tutorial course is arranged between faculty members
and students on an individual basis. The course is designed to meet student's
needs and may be in a single medium or in various media. (Format: Studio)
Mount Allison is a
highly respected small (2500 students) undergraduate institution. The
Department of Fine Arts, with 11 full and part-time faculty and technical
staff and approximately 138 studio students, offers a BFA and a BA with
majors and minors in studio art and art history, and studio courses in
drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, open media and sculpture.
The Owens Art Gallery, with a programme of contemporary and historical
exhibitions and visiting artists' presentations, provides important support
to the Department.
Date of Posting: November 27, 2013
The Department of
Geography and Environment at Mount Allison University invites applications
from persons interested in teaching GENV 2221, Developing World for the
winter term. This course surveys the changing geography of the developing
world. It examines the decline in traditional land systems and resource
use, surveys current economic development strategies, and reviews the
role of international aid and non-governmental organizations in these
strategies. The course format is based on two 1.5 hour classes each Tuesday
and Thursday with 75 students anticipated.
submit a curriculum vitae electronically, which lists three references
Review of applications
will begin on December 6, 2013 and continue until the positions are filled.
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