SD 301-4 Building a Sustainable World: Concepts and Cases – Sessional Instructor
Location: Harbour Centre Campus
Lecture: Thursdays 5:30-9:20pm
- Graduate degree, PhD preferred; ABD candidates will be considered.
- Knowledge of the following topics: Exploration of how to cultivate a more sustainable world. Provides a foundation for understanding sustainable development at the global scale. Explores cases of governance, programs and policies in the Global South that foster the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), such as food and water security, biodiversity, inclusive economies, and clean energy.
- Relevant experience in teaching / research related to the principles, policies and practices Sustainable Development and/or International Development.
- Experience with experiential and /or case-based learning preferred.
- Evidence of teaching experience and excellence (i.e., student reviews, other references)
Please submit your formal application (including the documents listed below) by the deadline to the REM office or via e-mail to email@example.com.
- Please indicate the course(s) you are most interested in by order of preference.
- An application letter outlining your qualifications and interests with specific reference to the course description.
- A current curriculum vitae.
- A selection of students reviews from previous courses taught.
- The names and phone numbers of two references familiar with your professional experience.
- If submitting electronically, please include your name in all document names (i.e. jdoe_appl.doc, jdoe_refs.doc, jdoe_cv.doc, jdoe_course.doc).
DURATION: August 26 – 21 December 2019
Closing Date: July 31, 2019
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