Letter of application, which includes a description of how you meet the qualifications
Educator’s Portfolio (if available)
Statement of Philosophy of Teaching
Name and contact information (including email addresses) for three professional references
The Department of Surgery, Division of Anatomical Sciences is seeking an experienced gross anatomist to be a Lecturer (non-tenure track), to teach anatomy courses to medical students, dental students, graduate students, and undergraduate students. This is a full-time position with 12 months/year of educational responsibilities.
We are seeking a teacher of human gross anatomy in laboratory and lecture settings. Teaching responsibilities include:
Medical Gross Anatomy for first-year medical students
Head and Neck Anatomy for first-year dental students
Applied Clinical Gross Anatomy for advanced medical students (i.e. Advanced Head and Neck, Musculoskeletal/Orthopedic, Emergency Medicine, and OB/GYN courses which emphasize clinical anatomy)
Undergraduate and Graduate Human Gross Anatomy
To qualify for the position applicants must have:
A terminal degree in a relevant field (PhD, MD, DO, DDS, or DMD)
Experience and competence in teaching human gross anatomy in the laboratory and lecture settings using active learning techniques and innovative pedagogical methods
Able to relate human gross anatomy to clinical problems in medicine and dentistry
Strong interpersonal and organizational skills and written and oral communication ability
Experience in education, curriculum design, educational outcomes assessment, or educational/behavioral research
Experience in cadaveric dissection
Ability to work cooperatively in a team teaching environment
Taught human gross anatomy for 2-5 years in a medical or dental school setting
The Division of Anatomical Sciences has excellent facilities for teaching, and an excellent anatomical donation program. The position provides opportunities for educational scholarship and collaborative educational projects with other departments.
This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the U-M and the Lecturers Employee Organization, AFL-CIO, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
A great university is made so by its faculty and staff, and Michigan is recognized as one of the best universities to work for in the country. The Michigan culture is known for engaging faculty and staff in all facets of the university to create a workplace that is vibrant and stimulating.For two consecutive years, the Chronicle of Higher Education has placed U-M in its "Great Colleges to Work For..." survey. In particular, the university earns high marks for strong relations between faculty and administrators, a collaborative system of governance, strong pay and benefits, and a healthy work/life balance.