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  • The Department of Journalism and Media Communication hires part-time instructors to teach courses in print & electronic journalism, video production, computer-mediated communication, public relations, technical/specialized communication, and related areas.
  • The Honors Program at Colorado State University seeks applications throughout the year from individuals who are interested in a non-tenure track assignment. Applications will be reviewed when a vacancy occurs. Instructors are hired on a part-time basis each semester which is determined by departmental instructor need, student enrollment numbers. CSU Honors instructors teach interdisciplinary Honors seminars as part of the Honors core curriculum. The Honors seminar sections range between 19 and 22 students and the small class size creates an optimal learning environment for students and faculty alike. Each Honors seminar integrates several All-University Core Curriculum requirements such as Written Communication, Historical Perspectives, Arts/Humanities, Social/Behavioral Sciences, and Global and Cultural Awareness.
  • An Architectural Historian Field Supervisor (Research Associate II) position is available with the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML) to provide technical guidance and daily oversight of field survey-related activities at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). This is a 12-month position with the possibility of extension up to 2-years. Relocation and home office expenses may be available; conditions apply. The Architectural Historian will research INL’s historic buildings and structures, assist with the evaluation of historic properties in accordance with the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) eligibility criteria, and record inventory information in the Idaho State Historical Society (ISHS) database. The position also entails assisting off-site CEMML supervisor with compiling field research and archival data into a final report to be submitted to the INL. The Architectural Historian Field Supervisor is responsible for the following: • Inventory all historic buildings and structures at INL over 40-years of age in accordance with CEMML recordation standards. • Work in conjunction with CEMML supervisor and INL personnel to ensure on-time completion of all assigned inventory and survey tasks. • Coordinate daily access and travel to the site (approximately 45 miles from Idaho Falls, ID). • Schedule and supervise survey team activities, providing on-the-job training and instruction as needed. • Ensure consistent and accurate implementation of established field methodologies and logistics for reconnaissance- and intensive-level architectural surveys. • Review and/or inspect the work of others to ensure completeness and accuracy. • Photograph historic buildings and structures in accordance with NRHP and Idaho State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) standards, This position shall work from a home office or other remote location with regular fieldwork conducted at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) in Southeastern Idaho. The Department of Energy (DOE) oversees the INL, which is a federal reserve of approximately 890 square miles on the northeastern edge of the Snake River Plain. In the 1940s, the Naval Proving Grounds (NPG) was developed in the core area of what would become the INL and in 1949, it was expanded by the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) to create the National Reactor Testing Station (NRTS). After decades of nuclear energy research and engineering, the site underwent a series of name changes of the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL) and the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (NEEL) before it became the INL. The INL now supports activities and research that include nuclear energy research and development Department of Homelands Security technologies development and demonstration, and environmental cleanup and restoration.
  • This position must 1.) Triage all incoming emergency cases 2.) Stabilize emergent patients 3.) Assist and initiate advanced interventions 4.) Critically think and apply veterinary medical knowledge to patient treatment interventions as well as recommend adjustments while closely monitoring ill patients. 5.) Coordinate and provide care of ill or injured animals working and instructing doctors, students, interns and other staff, that includes oversight of implemented treatment plans for each patient 6.) Provide support by providing appropriate phone triage assessment and support 7.) Facilitate communication between hospital departments, clients, and referring veterinarians 8.) Provide clinical instruction to professional veterinary medical students, interns, residents, and technicians 9.) Directs unit daily operational activities of Urgent Care and the Critical Care Unit (such as accurate invoicing and providing nursing care for all patients 10.) Maintain availability to offer flexible working hours.
  • The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering seeks applications throughout the year from individuals who are interested in Postdoctoral positions within the department in 2020. PhD graduates receive world-class training, participate in cutting-edge and often interdisciplinary research projects. More job-specific information will be available as faculty members decide to hire a postdoctoral fellow from the open pool. The open positions are temporary assignments. Annual terms and reappointment may depend on performance and/or the continued availability of funding. Should your qualifications result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted. For more information on postdoctoral fellow employment benefits, please visit the Human Resources web page at http://www.hrs.colostate.edu/benefits/
  • This position will lead efforts in instructional support of faculty, innovative educational curriculum development and delivery, learner assessment, and educational scholarship. The majority of the work for this position will occur on the campus of CSU in Fort Collins, with occasional travel to the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver and other sites.
  • The Coordinator of Learning and Media Technology is a creative, hands-on position focused on providing excellent customer support in all areas of learning and media technology for the Institute. The Coordinator will play a large role in the development of the Institute’s outward facing brand image while facilitating the integration and effective use of digital learning tools and media technologies.
  • The Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University has an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow to conduct research using advanced statistical methods for understanding associations between cognitive declines and key health outcomes in older adults (e.g., depression risk, dementia risk, all-risk mortality). The Fellow will work closely with Dr. Stephen Aichele on research topics such as comparative approaches for modeling age- and pathology-related changes in cognitive abilities, cognitive epidemiology, cognition-depression dynamics, and creation of a multi-country survey of cognitive reserve. Development of novel statistical approaches especially suited for research on lifespan cognition is both possible and desired, contingent on the Fellow’s quantitative research background. Substantive research applications spanning a range of brain and/or biomedical variables may also be possible in collaboration with colleagues at CSU’s multi-disciplinary Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging. The Fellow will conduct literature reviews and statistical analyses of existing large data sets, leading to the production of scientific manuscripts and presentations. Additionally, time will be allocated for the Fellow to assist with efforts to secure extramural funding. In general, the Fellow will be mentored toward an independent research career through the cultivation of advanced analytical skills, manuscript preparation, grant writing experience, and synergistic collaborations.
  • The ability to perform independent research related to the sustainability of livestock systems is required. Such research will span a breadth of expertise. Translating theoretical science into systems level impact and adoption is necessary for success. PhD or DVM experience is required, including knowledge of concepts in experimental design and data analysis across livestock systems. Organizational skills, personnel supervision, group coordination and capabilities in producer outreach and engagement will be necessary.
  • The ability to perform independent research related to the sustainability of livestock systems is required. Such research will span a breadth of expertise. Translating theoretical science into systems level impact and adoption is necessary for success. PhD or DVM experience is required, including knowledge of concepts in experimental design and data analysis across livestock systems. Organizational skills, personnel supervision, group coordination and capabilities in producer outreach and engagement will be necessary.
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