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Institutional Research Associate, Institutional Planning and Analysis San Marcos
The Institutional Research Associate will facilitate data collection, assessment, and evaluation for assigned programs and initiatives (including but not limited to the Alliance to Accelerate Excellence in Education and Pathways to Careers).
Lecturer - Math 132: Survey of Calculus (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Mathematics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach Math 132 Survey of Calculus. The course teaches basic calculus concepts with applications to business, economics, and the social sciences.  Differential calculus for algebraic, exponential and logarithmic functions; optimization, linearization, and other applications of derivatives; introduction to integral calculus.  Includes use of graphing calculators.
Lecturer - SLP 662: Fluency Disorders (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Speech-Language Pathology at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time Lecturer for the for Fall 2024 to teach SLP 662: Fluency Disorders. The course is the exploration of the nature of fluency disorders across the lifespan. Introduction to evaluation tools, interpretation of results, and intervention techniques. Exposure to current theories of the development of fluency disorders.
Gift Processing Coordinator, University Advancement San Marcos
Reporting to the AVP of Advancement Services, and receiving direction from the Gift Processing Specialist, the Gift Processing Coordinator (Coordinator) is responsible for timely and accurate processing, accounting, reporting and receipting of pledges and gifts received by the CSUSM Foundation.
Lecturer - MDIA 456: Media and Pop Culture (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Communication and Media Studies at California State University seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach MDIA 456: Media and Pop Culture. Introduces theories and perspectives on the study of media and popular culture in the United States. Examines how media, pop culture, and systems of power contribute to representations of race, class, gender, sexuality, ability, and other related categories within the context of social, political, and economic realities in the United States. Analyzes a variety of pop culture artifacts to detect the role media play within constructing our understanding of popular culture and its impact in our lives.
Lecturer - GEOG 320: - Patterns of San Diego County (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Liberal Studies at California State University San Marcos is accepting applications for Fall 2024. The course conducts an interdisciplinary exploration of the geographic, historic, political, and socioeconomic factors that make up a county, with San Diego County being the principal object of study. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software and internet mapping applications will be used to amplify this exploration.
Athletics - Assistant Cross Country/Track & Field Coach San Marcos
The coaching assistant, who will have the working title of Assistant Track & Field Coach, will assist the head coach with the day-to-day operations of our successful NCAA Division II Track & Field programs.  This includes, but is not limited to, recruiting, preparation for practice and competition scheduling, team travel organization, assisting the head coach with the athletic scholarships process, compliance with all NCAA rules, and student-athlete welfare.  The assistant coach will work with the academic support services staff in fostering academic success for all student-athletes including graduation rates and retention of student-athletes.
Lecturer - MDIA 403: Critical Approaches to Children’s Media (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Communication and Media Studies at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach MDIA 403: Critical Approaches to Children’s Media. The course examines the landscape of children’s media from a critical media and cultural studies perspective. The course explores the complexities of children’s media through the communication circuit of production, text, and audience. The content introduces students to the major debates surrounding the role of media in the lives of children in the U.S. and around the globe.
Lecturer - HIST 334: Foundations of the African-American Experience (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of History at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach HIST 334: Foundations of the African-American Experience. The course teaches the experience of African-Americans in American society from the colonial period to 1865. Includes an investigation into African heritage, the middle passage, antebellum African-American culture, enslavement, the struggle against slavery, the position of free blacks, and emancipation.
Lecturer - HIST 363: Modern China (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of History at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach HIST 363: Modern China. The course examines Chinese history since the 17th century. Major themes include the Manchu conquest in the 17th century, the expansion of the Qing Empire in the 18th, the encounter with the West in the 19th, the rise of nationalism and communism in the 20th, and the emergence of China as a world power in the 21st century.
Lecturer - HIST 314: The Crusades (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of History at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach HIST 314: The Crusades. The course explores the evolution of the Crusades from 1095 until the conquest of Granada in 1492, with emphasis on the Christian military campaigns in the Middle East.  Themes include society and demography, trade and economy, religious and cultural encounters, intellectual exchange, military history, and colonization.  Addresses the implications of the Crusades in the modern world and contemporary events.
Assistant to Vice Provost, Office of Planning and Academic Resources San Marcos
Under the general direction of the Vice Provost and lead direction of the Senior Executive Assistant to the Provost, this position provides direct executive-level administrative support to the Vice Provost.
Lecturer - GEL 101: The Student, The University, The Community San Marcos
The Department of First-Year & University Programs at California State University San Marcos seeks part-time lecturers for Fall 2024 to teach general and specialized sections of GEL 101: The Student, The University, The Community. The course is designed to equip students with the basic skills, concepts, and knowledge necessary to become a lifelong learner. Examination of current theory and research regarding the information age, health and wellness, career development, and psychological assessment. Practical application of the theory and research. Includes information literacy and technology skills, group and teamwork, and learning styles.
Lecturer - UNIV 100, 200 & 300 Academic Recovery Courses San Marcos
The Department of First-Year & University Programs at California State University San Marcos seeks part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 Academic Recovery Instructional Team.  Academic Recovery instructors may be assigned to one or more 100, 200, or 300 level 1-unit courses designed to support students who are on academic notice.  Drawing on a combination of theoretical constructs from positive psychology and rooted in a "strengths-based" curriculum, these courses provide students opportunities to engage in a holistic self-analysis and further develop and implement an action plan for academic and life success. All action plans will involve a complete understanding of university policies related to academic standing.
Lecturer - COMM 435: Communication and Gender (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Communication and Media Studies at California State University is accepting applications for Fall 2024. Salary is commensurate with credentials and experience. Seeking a lecturer to teach an upper-division course in Communication and Gender (COMM 435). The course is an introduction to a number of conceptual and theoretical problematics that have a bearing on the study of communication and its relevance to questions of gender. Explores differences between males and females with respect to communication styles, the cultural motivations for these differences, how they are reproduced in ongoing socialization experiences, their social and political implications, and the stratagems speakers deploy in the course of exploiting, bridging, negotiating, or overcoming such differences.
Lecturer - MDIA 455: Television and Culture (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Communication and Media Studies at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach MDIA 455: Television and Culture. This is an upper division studio course that meets in person. The course is to be delivered asynchronously online. Salary is commensurate with credentials and experience. The course analyzes television programs to examine representations of race, ethnicity, social class, gender, sexual preference, and other related categories. Explores the practices, conventions, and ideologies that shape the production and consumption of television programs. Examines how television contributes to the interpretation and discussion of social activities that affect the ways people view society and social groups.
Lecturer - MDIA 462: Media and Politics (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Communication and Media Studies at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach MDIA 462: Media and Politics. The course surveys theories and research in the area of media and politics. Covers such issues and themes as journalism and the public sphere, public opinion, political advertising and propaganda, political campaign discourse, entertainment media and politics, media and social movements.
Senior Student Services Specialist for Pathways to Careers, College of Education, Health & Human Services San Marcos
Under general direction of the Assistant Dean for the College of Education, Health & Human Services (CEHHS), the Pathways to Careers (PC) Senior Student Services Specialist is responsible for providing comprehensive and complex student services and advising for the CEHHS students enrolled in PC degree programs.
Lecturer - MATH 105: Supported College Algebra (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Mathematics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach Math 105 - Supported College Algebra.  The catalog description is: College algebra with integrated review of intermediate algebra.  Includes graphs, equations, inequalities, and functions (linear, polynomial, rational, root, exponential, logarithmic).
Senior Admissions and Advising Coordinator, Extended Learning San Marcos
The Senior Admissions and Advising Coordinator (SAAC) is responsible for providing comprehensive and complex academic advising/counseling, support, and admissions services to continuing EL students, particularly those with difficult circumstances, and prospective students through evaluation, advising and other student support services.

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