Belmont Lecturer Opening for Fall 2023 Neurobiology course
Carole Scherling, Director of the Neuroscience program at Belmont University, is seeking an adjunct to teach the Neurobiology course in Fall 2023 (see description below). This course has both lecture (MW 12-1250) and lab (F 12-2:50) components, and the class is capped at only 24 students (so it’s a small and intimate setting). In addition, our contact faculty (Dr. Schoenfeld) would be able to help and mentor a qualified graduate student or postdoctoral fellow. We know that some may be seeking to gain teaching experience and Belmont’s proximity makes it convenient!
NEU 4500 Neurobiology 3 Hours
Prerequisites: BIO 3160 or BIO 2230 or NEU 2080.
An examination of the structure and function of the nervous system. The effects of molecular approaches to neuroscience and their impacts on the understanding of sensory, motor, and cognitive functions of both simple and more complex systems will be addressed. Two hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week.
To apply, please send interest/cover letter and CV to Dr. Scherling (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible.
Neuroscience program: https://www.belmont.edu/science-math/undergrad/neuroscience/index.html