The primary responsibility of the successful candidate will be to join a community of committed faculty and graduate teaching assistants to teach two class meetings and three recitation sections per week of Integrative Biology 341, Fundamental Genetics during the fall and spring semesters (67%) The second major responsibility is to work with other faculty on curricular development for the course with the goal of improving student learning and success in the course (33%). Fundamental Genetics is a large service course taken by students in multiple majors and programs across the University. The course serves to provide knowledge of prokaryotic and eukaryotic transmission biology, population and evolutionary genetics, and applications to modern biotechnologies, through a student-driven me
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