Adjunct Faculty – Department of Intelligence and Security Studies (pooled positions)

first_imgJob ResponsibilitiesThe Citadel’s Department of Intelligence and Security Studies isestablishing a pool of applicants to fill potential part-timetemporary teaching positions. Duties may include teachingundergraduate and graduate courses. Courses are offered during theday and online throughout the academic year (fall, spring, andsummer). All adjunct positions are per session appointments.Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Abiding by and upholding the Citadel’s mission, policies, and corevalues;Utilizing effective teaching and learning practices such aspresentations, demonstrations, class discussion, and otherappropriate modes of instructional delivery;Preparing course outlines and syllabi in accordance with programstandards and in collaboration with the program coordinator;Completing student assessments required for programcompletion;Meeting all scheduled class periods;Being available to students for individual consultation;Submitting midterm grades for undergraduate students;Recording class absences for undergraduate students; andSubmitting final grades by the specified due date.The Citadel requires faculty to submit midterm grades forundergraduate students.The Citadel requires faculty to use the Attendance and ClassAbsence System to document class attendance for undergraduatestudents.Minimum Qualifications:Doctoral degree is required to teach graduate courses.Master’s degree is required to teach undergraduate courses.Three years teaching experience at the elementary, middle grades,secondary, and/or college levelExcellent written and oral communication skillsExceptional interpersonal and collaboration skillsExperience in designing courses and materialsIn addition to the online application, please provide acover letter and CVAdvertised: Oct 31 2019 Eastern Daylight TimeApplications close:last_img read more

Read why Aussie bowler Megan Schutt ‘just hates playing India’

first_imgImage Courtesy: AP/GettyAdvertisement wiNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs1Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eajn5g0r( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) cfmoWould you ever consider trying this?😱4tlCan your students do this? 🌚9gRoller skating! Powered by Firework The Indian Women’s cricket team has been on a marvellous run in the ongoing ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia. Under the leadership of Harmanpreet Kaur, the ladies have made history with reaching the final of the tournament for the first time, and the supporters are yearning to see them lifting their maiden T20 World Cup trophy as India takes on the hosts in the final match. However, Aussie bowler Megan Schutt has dropped a bombshell, revealing that she ‘hates’ playing against India!Advertisement Image Courtesy: AP/GettyBefore the commencement of the world cup, Australia and India went head to head against each other along with England in the Tri-Nation Women’s T20 Series. While Aussies came out victorious from the match, it bears some foul memories Megan Schutt.As Australia won the toss and chose to field first, Schutt opened up the bowling, but faced the wrath of India’s superstar opener Smriti Mandhana and the young teenage sensation Shafali Verma.Advertisement Not so fond of her memories against the Indian openers, Schutt stated that she doesn’t like the fixture against Women in Blue.“I just hate playing India- they’ve got the wood on me,” she said in a recent interview.Advertisement Mandhana, who landed a swashbuckling 23-ball-35, knocked a six in the first delivery from Schutt, followed by a boundary from Verma. The pacer gave away 16 runs in the over, and adding up to a total of 26 runs from 4 overs bowled.The 27 year old continued: “Smriti and Verma have got me covered. That six in the tri-series was probably the biggest one I’ve ever been hit for.”Schutt faced the wrath of the Indian bating order throughout the remnant of the series. In the second match and third match, she gave away another 26 and 28 runs respectively. This caused her international T20 economy rate to rise to 6.93 from 5.98.“There are obviously some plans we’re going to revisit as bowlers,” having the experience against India for handful of times before the final match, Schutt is confident about some necessary change ups in the bowling lineup.Although, Schutt added that she isn’t confident to take the pitch in the opening overs, considering the beating she received from their rivals in the recent past.“Clearly, I’m not the best match-up to those two in the powerplay. They find me quite easy to play,” she concluded.The final, a mirror copy of the inaugural match of the tournament, is on this Sunday at Melbourne Cricket Ground.Also read-Sourav Ganguly gives massive update on IPL 2020 amid Coronavirus fears Advertisementlast_img read more