Company Description: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) is a dynamic and vibrant four-year public college located in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts. Founded in 1894, MCLA is the Commonwealth's public liberal arts college of the Massachusetts State University System. MCLA is a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC), a national consortium positioned at the forefront of the conversation on the value of a liberal arts education. MCLA was named one of U.S. News and World Report's Top Public Schools in 2018.
Adjunct Instructor - Fine and Performing Arts
The Department of Fine and Performing Arts seeks applications for part-time faculty to teach courses to support our department's mission. MCLA offers courses in fine arts, performing arts and arts management.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Deliver instruction appropriate to the topic, course description, intended learning outcomes, level, and student audience.
Promote and facilitate student success by creating an environment conducive to learning and student involvement.
Manage the learning environment through effective record-keeping, submitting grades and other reports on time, and enforcing school/campus academic, code of conduct, and attendance policies.
For Fall 2019 we are looking for an adjunct instructor to teach the following course:
ART 315-01 Intermediate Art Lab
Focus on the creation of a series of artworks around a common theme, technique or art medium. This is an intermediate studio art laboratory course. This course may be repeated. Prerequisite: ART 116, ART 212
MW 9:00 am to 11:50 am Fall 2019 semester
Required Qualifications to be considered for the Adjunct Pool:
* Master's degree in a related field.
* Evidence of expertise, scholarly activity or creative work appropriate to the discipline.
* Previous teaching experience at the college level is strongly preferred.
Please note that all part-time instructor postings are for adjunct pools. Positions may or may not be immediately available, however whenever openings occur, department chairs will turn to the adjunct pools to fill the openings.
Applicants to these pools will not hear back on their status unless an opening occurs and the department chairs decides he/she wishes to interview that candidate to possibly fill the new opening.