Position TitleGeography Instructor
Academic TermSpring 2019
Course(s)GEG 107, GEG 220
Anticipated ScheduleDaytime and evening classes, M/T/W/Th
LocationMain Campus-Crystal Lake,
Projected Start Date01/01/2019
Projected End Date01/01/2025
Teach “Introduction to Physical Geography” class and lab. Teach “The Global Environment” class.
GEG 107 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
Introduction to Physical Geography studies the physical components of the Earth including topics in Earth-Sun relationships, maps, weather, climate, landforms, soil, and the hydrosphere. Analysis will be on the processes involved, the world distribution and interrelationships of these topics and their relationship to humans. Laboratory exercises include interpretation of maps, weather processes, climate classification, soil surveys, GPS use, landform processes and the hydrosphere.
GEG 220 THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
The Global Environment looks at the world environment from a geographical and ecological perspective. It studies the impact of humans on the environment and natural resources: pollution; global climate; land and water resources; population; world agriculture; mineral and energy resources; environmental economics and politics.
Master’s degree in geoscience* with 18 credit hours in the discipline. Geoscience degrees include Astronomy, Atmospheric Science, Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, Meteorology, and Oceanography. Geoscience degrees do not include “Geoscience-Related Education” degrees.
Master’s degree in Geography.
Applications accepted until the position is filled?Yes