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Department of Earth and Environmental Systems


Position Available: Full- Time Lecturer (one-year)

Opening date: 3/2/2016
Closing Date:
Desired State Date: 8/1/2016
Work Schedule: Various hours depending upon class schedule
Location: Terre Haute, Indiana

Earth and Environmental Systems is now accepting applications for a Full-Time lecturer (One-Year) with benefits. The normal teaching load for full-time Lecturers is 5:5 (15 hours per semester). Benefits received will include: Sick leave, Medical/Dental and Prescription Drug Coverage, Life Insurance, TIAA-CREF, and optional benefits include: voluntary Life Insurance, and voluntary Vision Plan.

The Lecturer will be responsible for preparing and teaching lectures and/or lab courses in Earth and Environmental Sciences at a 5:5 load (15 hours per semester).

Minimum Qualifications:
A Ph.D. in related fields of Geology, Earth Science, and 2 years teaching experience; ABD will be considered.

Application Information:
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Indiana State University is an equal opportunity employer.


The Department of Earth and Environmental Systems provides students with the opportunity to explore a wide range of environmental, earth, and human systems. Anthropologists, geographers, and geologists, investigate fundamental questions that relate directly to the mechanics of the Earth’s physical processes, the spatial organization of societies, the study of human diversity, and the interaction between people and their environment. The department offers environmentally focused interdisciplinary degrees as well as traditional training in anthropology, geography, and geology. The department emphasizes experiential learning and facilitates student engagement in research.

EES Award Invite 2016

EES Department Awards Ceremony April 27, 2016.

Trisha SpanbauerUpcoming Event: Thursday 21st at 3:30 S-138

EES Speaker Series:
Trisha Spanbauer "Punctuational Change in the Size of an Endemic Diatom from Lake Titicaca"

Click here for the list of our spring 2016 guest speakers.



Department of Earth and Environmental Systems