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Part-Time Lecturer: "Service Learning with Immigrant Youth"
Position DescriptionNYU Tulsa is seeking a local, part-time instructor to teach "Service Learning with Immigrant Youth" for Spring 2025 (mid-January to mid-May). The course is sponsored by NYU's Silver School of Social Work. The course is taught in English, and there are 15 in-person instructional weeks. Students will be a mix of upperclassmen. The schedule will be discussed with the final candidates. The instructor will design the course, prepare for all classes, teach, grade student work, and hold at least one office hour per week. Candidates should be able to demonstrate their teaching experience. We are especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity of


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