Anticipated Adjunct Positions Spring 2013

Kean, a comprehensive New Jersey state University, is committed to excellence and access and to developing, maintaining and strengthening interactive ties with the community. Kean University takes pride in its continuing effort to build a multicultural professional community to serve a richly diversified student population of almost 16,000. Positions are available at the Union campus and at Ocean County College in Toms River, NJ where indicated. Classes begin Friday, January 18, 2013.


College of Business and Public Management

SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING & FINANCE - to teach a full range of finance courses: Corporate Finance; Investments; Financial Institutions and Markets; Derivatives; International Business Finance; and Asset Valuation at the undergraduate and/or graduate level. Courses are scheduled at the Union and Ocean campuses during the day and evenings Monday through Saturday. Contact Dr. David Yamoah, Executive Director at

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

COMMUNICATION - to teach basic Speech Communication; Business and Professional Communication; Conflict Resolution; and Interpersonal Communication at both the Union and Ocean campuses. Contact Dr. Christopher Lynch, Chairperson by mail to the Department of Communication, CAS 402.

College of Education

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS AND DEAFNESS - to teach a junior level course in Speech Science delivered via a distance learning format at the Union campus. Contact Dr. Martin Shulman, Executive Director at

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS AND DEAFNESS - to teach ASL I; ASL II; ASL III; ASL IV: Deafness & Society; and other related courses at the Union campus. ASLTA, RID or NAD Certification strongly preferred. Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree, documented successful teaching experience and fluency in ASL may be considered. Contact Dr. CarolGoodman, Coordinator at

SCHOOL OF CURRICULUM AND TEACHING: Middle and Secondary Education - to teach Computers and Technology in Education (undergraduate and graduate); English Language Learners in American Schools; Social Studies; Math and Science in Education; and Middle School Curriculum and Philosophy (undergraduate level only) at the Union and Ocean Campuses. Contact Dr. Frank Osborne, Coordinator at


PHYSICAL EDUCATION, RECREATION AND HEALTH - to teach First Aid Accident Prevention. A certified Instructor will train students with knowledge and skills necessary to work as a first responder in a health or breathing emergency until more advanced medical help arrives. The course conforms to the NJDOT First Aid Responder National Standard Curriculum, US Department of Homeland Security and FEMA. The instructor must be currently certified to perform CPR by the American Red Cross. Contact Dr. Elisha Nixon, Health Coordinator at


College of Natural, Applied and Health Sciences

COMPUTER SCIENCE - to teach a range of computer science and technology courses, including Database Systems; Assembly Language; Information Systems; Advanced Object-Oriented Design and Patterns; Web Programming; Network Administration; and other related topics. Both day and evening opportunities are available at the Union campus. Contact Dr.Patricia Morreale, Chairperson at

SCHOOL OF NATURAL SCIENCES - to teach courses to Biology Majors including: Zoology Form and Function; Principles of Microbiology; Ecology; and Genetics (lecture and lab) at the Union campus. Experience teaching lab courses to science majors is preferred. Contact Dr. Denise Mancarella, Program Coordinator at

SCHOOL OF NATURAL SCIENCES - to teach General Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry; and Biochemistry at the Union campus. A Ph.D. in the field is required. Contact Dr. Heather Stokes-Huby, Program Coordinator at 

SCHOOL OF NATURAL SCIENCES - to teach Introduction to Astronomy; Introduction to Meteorology; Introduction to Geology. Experience in teaching Earth Science, Geology, Environmental Sciences, Meteorology or any related specialty required. Contact Kikombo Ilunga Ngoy, Program Coordinator at

SCHOOL OF NATURAL SCIENCES - to teach General Physics at the Union campus. A Ph.D. in the field is preferred. Contact Dr. Jing Gao, Program Coordinator at

CENTER FOR SUSTAINABILITY STUDIES - to teach Economics for Sustainability at the Union campus. Ph.D. in Economics with a specialization in Ecological or Environmental Economics is required. Contact Dr. Nicholas J. Smith-Sebasto, Executive Director at

College of Visual and Performing Arts

ROBERT BUSCH SCHOOL OF DESIGN - to teach undergraduate CAD modeling and rendering courses at the Union campus for the Industrial Design Program. The curriculum schedule includes an introductory course in the spring and an advanced course in the fall. The ideal candidate would be available to teach both courses (one per semester) on a continuing basis. Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design or related field is required; previous teaching experience is preferred. Candidate must be proficient in SolidWorks along with the included rendering software PhotoView 360. Contact Professor Matt Johnson, Coordinator for Industrial Design, at Please send resume and work samples in PDF format under 5MB or provide a web link. Please include “Adjunct CAD Instructor” in subject line of email.

Nathan Weiss Graduate College

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP - to teach graduate courses in Curriculum Development; School Administration; Finance/Budget; Facilities; Supervision of Instruction; School Law; Personnel; and Quantitative Methods at the Union campus at the M.A. and Ed.D. levels. Must have experience with online and traditional instructional delivery formats and be available to teach courses in the evening. Preference will be given to applicants with an earned doctorate in the appropriate field. Candidates with experience and standard NJ certifications as principal, supervisor, school administrator (superintendent, assistant superintendent, school business administrator) and published research will be strongly considered. Contact Dr. Efthimia Christie, Chairperson at

All positions require a master’s degree in a related field and teaching experience unless otherwise indicated; candidates with an ABD, Ed.D., Ph.D. or other acceptable disciplinary doctorate are encouraged to apply. Please send letter of application (indicating availability for day and/or evening) and current resume to the individual at the email address above or mail to: Kean University, 1000 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ 07083. Official transcripts for all degrees and three current letters of recommendation are required prior to the starting date of employment.

Kean University is an EOE/AA Institution.

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