Instructor para curso online de aplicaciones de SIG al medio ambiente ~

7 de enero de 2017

Instructor para curso online de aplicaciones de SIG al medio ambiente

Johns Hopkins University


United States

Last Date to Apply:
30 Jan 2017


We are looking for an adjunct instructor to teach a graduate level
introductory online course on environmental applications using GIS. The
course is conducted asynchronously and will be prepared with the help of
our Blackboard instructional designers during the fall of 2017 to go
live during the Spring of 2018. Typical enrollment is ~20-30 students
in our MS for Environmental Science and Policy Program.

A tentative course description follows:

"Environmental and Ecological Applications of GIS

This course is designed to introduce students to advanced concepts of
geographic information science related to the fields of reserve
planning, environmental science, natural resources, and ecology.
Topics may include conservation needs using remote sensing, digital
image processing, data structures, database design, landscape ecology
and metrics, wildlife home range and habitat analysis, suitability
modelling, terrain and watershed analysis, and spatial data analysis.
This course will offered online yearly."

Ph.D and. previous online teaching experience required. As an
institution committed to demonstrating excellence through diversity,
Johns Hopkins is committed to hiring a diverse faculty and staff, and
actively encourages candidates from historically underrepresented groups
to apply.

Interested applicants should send a curriculum vita, a cover letter and
the names and e-mail addresses of three referees combined in a single
pdf to Jerry L. Burgess
Deadline: Jan 30.

For questions about this position, please email to Jerry L. Burgess


Jerry L. Burgess, Ph.D.

Director for the Environmental Science and Policy & GIS Programs
Johns Hopkins University
1717 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Suite 104 L
Washington D.C. 20036
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