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The Formal Post-Bac Program at San Francisco State University is seeking instructors for the following courses in summer 2017.

Human Biology, 3-unit Lecture, M/W/F 12:55 - 2:10pm (75 min): An introductory course Intended for non-majors. Principles of human biology. Body structure and function, reproduction, development, heredity, and evolution. Aspects of modern biology impacting the human species.

Developmental Biology, 3-unit Lecture, T/Th 2:15 - 4:10pm (115 min): Intended for biology majors. Early embryonic development: exploration of the molecular genetic basis for tissue differentiation. Gene regulation, chromatin, sex determination, oncogenesis, aging, and pattern formation.

Biology of Aging, 3-unit Lecture, T/Th 12:10 - 2:05pm (115 min): Intended for biology majors. Biological processes underlying aging. Focus on the molecular mechanisms of aging, including specific animal models of aging, age-related changes in the major physiological systems in humans.

Our summer 2017 semester runs from Monday, June 5 to Friday, August 11; there is no additional finals week. Instructors are required to offer 2-3 office hours per week. Maximum pay is about $1,700 per unit; thus, for a typical 3-unit lecture course it is about $5,000.

If you would like to be considered for any of these positions, please

1. Fill out the following form at

2. Email your CV/Resume and Cover Letter to and include "Post-Bac Instructor summer 2017" in the subject line.

Qualified applicants will be invited to an interview with our Program Co-Directors. Interviews will include a 20-minute teaching demonstration.

A timely response is appreciated, as we would like to start interviewing candidates as soon as possible.

Please see our web site for a description of our post-bac program:

NOTE: This is a one semester appointment.

Greg Gaston
Pre-Health Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program SFSU
Email Address:

Online App. Form:

SF State is Equal Opportunity/Americans with Disabilities Act employer and has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity.
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