The Environmental Studies Department seeks to hire an adjunct faculty member to teach the undergraduate course ENV 100: Physical Geography in the Spring semester 2018. This is a 3-credit course scheduled to meet Tuesdays from 8:30 – 11:15am on Naropa’s Arapahoe Campus.
Course Description: Deepening our natural understanding of the earth as a living system, this course explores Gaia Theory and the new cosmology of the earth that is emerging in science. Within this framework, we explore the formation of the earth+geomorphology and geophysiology+or one could say the "digestion," "circulatory," and other systems of Gaia. This new vision in Western science can reawaken understanding and reconfirm our commitment and reciprocity with the earth.
Master's level degree in Humanities, Philosophy, Science or related field.
Demonstrated knowledge base in living systems science; cosmology, Gaian science, as well as key principles of geophysiology
Ability to work in a collaborative environment.
College teaching experience.
An understanding of the dynamics of privilege and oppression, and the impact these have on equity, access, and opportunity in higher education/the workplace.
Commitment to co-create an inclusive community and actively participate in related professional development, including openness to feedback and ongoing self-examination.
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