Faculty Opportunities at Baylor University

Baylor University is seeking to fill two faculty positions in the Department of Public Health in the Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences ~

Full-time Lecturer in Public Health (non-tenure track)

This is a “non-tenure track” position that will be predominately focused on teaching core undergraduate public health courses in the Bachelor of Science in Public Health program. This person must move to Waco, Texas, and be part of our residential faculty. An earned Master of Public Health degree (or related degree, such as community health, behavioral health science), training/experience in public health, and extensive collegiate teaching experience are required. A commitment/ability to work in multidisciplinary teams will be important. The successful applicant is expected to teach core public health courses such as theory, program planning and implementation, evaluation, and/or global health at the undergraduate level in our public health program; play an essential role in teaching and mentoring our undergraduate public health students; mentor other part-time instructors; engage in the programmatic work and activities of the Baylor Public Health Program; and serve the university and public health profession. 

The review of completed applications began on September 16, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled.

Questions may be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Beth Lanning at Beth_Lanning@baylor.edu.


Associate Professor of Epidemiology

An earned doctorate in epidemiology is required. Required research qualifications include 5 years of experience in leading an independent research program, a track record of obtaining NIH (or comparable) peer-reviewed funding, and at least 30 peer-reviewed publications. Required teaching qualifications include previous experience mentoring graduate students and/or junior faculty, and 5 years of experience developing/teaching public health and epidemiology courses. 

The successful candidate will assume responsibility for coordinating the MPH in Epidemiology concentration and demonstrate an ability to work in multidisciplinary research and teaching teams; develop and teach undergraduate and graduate public health/epidemiology courses in both on-campus and online settings; develop and submit funding proposals to support research training and infrastructure; build local and global public health partnerships; recruit, retain, and mentor a diverse student body; work collaboratively with epidemiology faculty, community health faculty, and Baylor leadership; engage in the programmatic work and activities of the Baylor Department of Public Health; and serve the university and public health profession.

The review of completed applications began on September 16, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled.

Questions may be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Eva Doyle at Eva_Doyle@baylor.edu.

Thanks to HELI 2014 Alumna Dr. Olayinka Shiyanbola for sharing these positions with us!

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