Teaching Assistant Position in the History of Science and Technology Programme, University of King's College

The History of Science and Technology Programme (HOST) at the University of King's College invites applications for one (1) Teaching Assistant position for "Science and Religion: Historical Perspectives" (HSTC 3200, cross-listed with EMSP 3330 / History 3075 / RELS 3200) in the Fall 2010 Term. This class is a lecture and seminar discussion of the central developments in the history of science and religion from the ancient world to the nineteenth century. It is open to second-year and higher-level students in both arts and sciences at King's College and Dalhousie University. TA duties will include attending lectures, grading assignments and tests, and assisting students as needed with their assignments. The TA for this course must also be prepared to consult on a regular basis with the instructor regarding the approach taken in grading and expectations. Please consult the Dalhousie Academic Timetable regarding the class times. Candidates may come from various fields (this is a widely interdisciplinary programme) but should have at least an undergraduate degree. Graduates who have taken courses in or graduated from the HOST programme, or who have combined an interest in the sciences and the humanities in their education, are especially encouraged to apply. Pay scale will match the recent collective agreement between Dalhousie and CUPE. The University of King's College is an equal opportunity employer. Questions regarding the position can be directed to: Dr. Stephen D. Snobelen Email: snobelen@dal.ca For more information about the HOST programme, visit: www.ukings.ca/history-science-and-technology-programme Please send an application letter indicating that you are applying for HSTC 3200 and C.V., (including a statement concerning your teaching experience), to Sharon Brown, HOST Programme Office, University of King?s College. Deadline is Tuesday, 31 August 2010.