The Department of Recreation, Parks & Leisure Services (RPLS) eagerly seeks to fill a tenure track (probationary) position to begin in Fall 2016.
Responsibilities include effectively teaching courses in the department’s core curriculum and the Resource Management emphasis area. Courses may include Introduction to RPLS, Leisure and Ufestyle, Wildlife as a Recreation Resource, Public Land Use Policy, Park Planning and Review of Outdoor Recreation Research. Additional responsibilities include advising students, maintaining and improving expertise in the discipline and in pedagogy, serving on departmental and university committees, contributing to student growth and development, evaluating student performance, and service to university and community. Click here for more information.