Instructional responsibilities include teaching ENT 110 – Applied Entomology of Economic Plants (3 credits) for the Institute of Agricultural Technology during the Fall 2021 semester.The course will be delivered at Glen Oaks Community College in Centreville, Michigan.ENT 110 contact hours will be 1-hour lecture, recitation, or discussion per week and 2 hours of lab per week (3 hours of total contact time per week) for 15 weeks of instruction.
The course will provide students with a basic understanding of Entomology. Topics that will cover are:
Introduction to field diagnostics
Basic insect biology and anatomy
Basic Entomology/making an insect collection
Injury symptoms on plants
Insect classification and orders
Integrated Pest Management
Pesticides and pesticide safety
Commercial Pesticide Applicator Certification
Position is planned to recur every Fall Semester
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.
Experience in the field of Entomology
Knowledge and skills to develop and teach resources in Entomology
Excellent oral and written communication skills
M.S. in Entomology
Experience in development and assessment of learning outcomes
Undergraduate teaching experience and a passion for teaching
Required Application Materials
Application Procedure: Qualified applicants should submit the following materials on the MSU Human Resource System:
A letter of application
A current resume
Two letters of recommendations
Questions about the position can be directed to: Dorcia Chaison, Interim Director of IAT, at email@example.com
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