Responsibilities will be to teach and mentor students in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program in the areas of population health and public health and to conduct outcomes research in the area of public health.
Responsibilities include performing classroom and laboratory instruction and evaluation; facilitating student small group instruction; participating in the advisement of students; admissions activities; ARC-PA accreditation maintenance.
Develop new clinical sites; facilitate student small group instruction; participate in the advisement of students; admissions activities; ARC-PA accreditation maintenance; committee involvement; and participate in scholarly activities to include publications, grants, presentations, creative projects, and collaborative projects.
Responsibilities include teaching on the Universitys Atlanta campus, scholarly activity, and service. Specific teaching responsibilities will be determined based upon the skill set and experience of the successful applicant.
Responsibilities include teaching the equivalent of six or seven courses (depending on graduate teaching load) each academic year in traditional and non-traditional formats; advising students; mentoring students involved in research and related writing.