Arkansas Tech University invites submissions for consideration to be an adjunct instructor on a part-time, as-needed basis, within the academic departments and programs indicated below. Those eligible to serve as an adjunct instructor must hold a Master's degree in the discipline, or any Master's degree plus 18 graduate hours in the discipline or substantial experience in area where they will teach (see HLC guidelines, section B.2.), unless otherwise noted, such as for AAS degrees.
Preference will be given to candidates that can demonstrate excellent communication skills and evidence of excellence in teaching. Applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vita, copies of transcripts, and the names and contact information of three references to the email address indicated for each department or program (provided below). Application materials will be retained by each department and considered as adjunct instructors are needed. Applicants can request their materials to be removed from consideration at any time.
Founded in 1909, Arkansas Tech is a state supported, SREB four-year level III, liberal arts institution; the third-largest in the state with an enrollment close to 12,000 students. The Russellville campus, located in the scenic Arkansas River Valley between the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains, is just one hour from the capital city of Little Rock. Offering over 100 undergraduate and more than 25 graduate degree programs across seven academic colleges and two campuses, Arkansas Tech strives to provide a solid educational foundation for life-long learning to a diverse community.