The position would require two sophomore level courses of Natural Resource Ethics/Environmental Ethics plus a sophomore level course in Critical Thinking in the fall, then a repeat of two sophomore level courses of Natural Resource Ethics/Environmental Ethics plus two philosophy courses (TBD based on interests and qualifications) in the spring. There will be grading help for the Critical Thinking course in the fall and the possibility of grading help in the spring, depending on the philosophy courses taught. If the candidate has a PhD, then there is the possibility of teaching a graduate seminar in the spring. Also, one of the two philosophy courses from the spring semester could be offered in the summer if the candidate wishes. The salary is $43,000 with full benefits.
The main qualification is that the candidate has a proven ability to teach environmental ethics and/or natural resource ethics to environment and natural resource students as well as energy engineering students. The ability to teach ethics to non-philosophy majors is crucial, as is the ability to work with science and engineering students.
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Susanna Goodin, Associate Professor, Chair
Department of Philosophy
University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY 82071