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Assistant Professor, Marine Affairs Program (MAP)

Université Dalhousie

Teaching requirements of the position include, but not limited to the following:

- Develop and deliver MARA 5010 (Contemporary Issues in Ocean and Coastal Management Part I) in the Fall term and MARA 5011 (Contemporary Issues in Ocean and Coastal Management Part II) in the Winter term;
- Develop and deliver MARA 5009 (Coastal Zone Management) in the Fall term;
- Develop and deliver a module for OCEAN 4401 (Marine Management Part I) in the Fall term and/or for OCEAN 4402 (Marine Management Part II) in the Winter term.

For each of the above, the candidate is expected to:
-Prepare course syllabus in accordance to the course descriptions;
-Prepare and deliver lectures as per the course syllabus;
-Maintain the Brightspace and other course-related resources as per the university requirements;
-Grade course assignments and submit final grades, along with appropriate and fair feedback and evaluations of assignments to the students in a timely manner.

The candidate is also expected to contribute to the operation and administration of the Marine Affairs Program in the following ways;
-Advise and mentor Master of Marine Management students through the duration of their program;
-Serve as an academic supervisor for MMM students on their graduate research projects;
-Support MMM orientation activities and seminar series;
-Serve on various MAP and Dalhousie committees.
-Research expectations of the position include;
-Develop and conduct research projects on ocean governance issues in Atlantic Canada;
-Publish their work in academic journals and disseminate their findings to the public via various channels (e.g. press release, podcast, public lecture and seminars);
-Support graduate student research (both via MMM or through Dalhousie’s Interdisciplinary PhD program) related to their own research projects;
-Apply for government and/or non-government research grants and funding opportunities.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.