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The Department of Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley has 2 open positions to support our transformative undergraduate discovery courses initiative.
Biology Course Development Specialist (4163U) - #58261
University of California, Berkeley
We are seeking a dynamic and highly skilled Biology Course Development Specialist to join our team. The successful candidate will work under the mentorship of Dr. Robert J. Full and in coordination with the Discovery curriculum team of faculty, staff and postdocs to support the Discovery for All: Empowering Inclusive Communities in Integrative Biology initiative. The candidate will contribute to catalyzing curricular and instructional change in biology through training workshops and individual coaching, with an emphasis on enhancing discovery-based learning at all stages of our undergraduate program in biology. The Biology Course Development Specialist will also be responsible for coordinating and conducting assessments of biology education initiatives, with a specific focus on inclusive pedagogy and the transformation of biology classes to discovery-based learning. The ideal candidate will possess creativity in curriculum development, strong quantitative and/or qualitative research skills, excellent presentation skills, have experience in coding interviews, and demonstrate a deep understanding of inclusive pedagogy in science education.
Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: 09/08/2023, remains open until filled.
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Part-time Digital Communications Specialist (6077U) - #58260
We are seeking a talented and creative Media Communications Specialist to join the Department of Integrative Biology (IB), specializing in discovery-based learning. In this role, you will be responsible for creating engaging content for various platforms, including social media, department websites, press releases, and a Discovery Hub website. Your primary focus will be promoting faculty biology research, undergraduate courses, and providing students with valuable resources and opportunities in discovery-based fields. This is an exciting opportunity for a skilled communicator with a passion for science education and community-building. Please see our webpage for more information about the Discovery Initiative.
This is a 50% time (20 hrs/week) position
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