College of Wooster
The Department of Physics at the College of Wooster invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor position beginning August 2021, to teach upper and lower level physics courses and labs, including either our Electronics for Scientists or Computational Physics course.
The Department of French & Francophone Studies at The College of Wooster welcomes applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies for the August 2021-2022 academic year. Teaching responsibilities will include 6 courses a year and the supervision of credited independent thesis projects as part of the College’s Independent Study program.
The Program in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at The College of Wooster invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor of Biochemistry to begin August 2021. Primary responsibilities include teaching introductory courses in molecular and cellular biology as well as upper level courses and labs in biochemistry. In addition, the visiting faculty member may also advise senior undergraduate majors in our nationally recognized Senior Independent Study thesis research program.
The Department of Mathematical and Computational Sciences at The College of Wooster invites applications for a two-year, full-time Visiting Assistant Professor position to begin in August 2021. The department has twelve full-time faculty and offers majors in Statistical & Data Sciences (SDS), Mathematics, and Computer Science, graduating 40-70 seniors annually.
The Department of Art and Art History at The College of Wooster invites applications for a tenure-track position as assistant professor in sculpture to begin August 2021. We seek a versatile artist whose work explores expanded experimental approaches to sculpture and who possesses technical and theoretical/critical competencies necessary to teach all levels of sculpture, ceramics, and digital fabrication. A thorough knowledge of history and theory of contemporary artistic production in the expanded field of sculpture is exp
German professors Gary L. Baker(Denison), Mareike Herrmann (College of Wooster), Paul Gebhardt (Kenyon) and Leo Riegert, Jr. (Kenyon) collaborated electronically and in person to revise an already existing course on German identity and immigration. The team introduced new materials to reflect changes since the course was last taught, particularly the rise of right-wing nationalist movements in Germany and Austria, and integrated additional literary/cultural texts into the course.
Anna Audinyan (Kenyon) and Michael Furman (College of Wooster) expanded their gaming program to assist students in gaining broader knowledge of Russian or former Soviet cities to complement the intermediate Russian curricula at both colleges.
Professors Anna Aydinyan (Kenyon) and Tatiana Filimonova (Wooster) created a quiz game to increase their students’ cultural knowledge about Russian and former Soviet cities hosted at the College of Wooster.
Professors Mary Jane Cowles (Kenyon) and Laura Burch (Wooster) invited actor Tim Mooney to present a performance and lectures on the works of Molière to their classes and the broader communities on their campuses.