We are seeking highly qualified applicants who are passionate about pursuing a career in academia. Under the direction of the Director of the Center for Pharmacy Education, the teaching fellow will dedicate 60% of his/her time to developing material and providing instruction to pharmacy students. The fellow will have the opportunity to teach both didactic and simulation activities. The fellow will devote 10% of time to service to various committees and student organizations at the School of Pharmacy. The fellow will also participate in community service events involving the School of Pharmacy. The fellow will also commit 30% of time to scholarship activities by developing education research projects to be submitted for presentation and/or publication at the national level. The candidate will have multiple opportunities to teach, mentor and continue to develop his/her clinical skills. The fellow will have the opportunities to take courses in the College of Education and Professional Development at Marshall University. This position is for a maximum of two years. After the first year, a continuance for a second year may be issued at the discretion of the School of Pharmacy.
PharmD degree from an accredited US pharmacy school, must be licensed as a registered pharmacist in the state of West Virginia or eligible for licensure in West Virginia. Licensure must be obtained by October 1st. The successful candidate will have excellent written and verbal communication skills and be willing to provide service to the college/university, the community, and the profession.
Internal Number: 592
About Marshall University School of Pharmacy
Marshall University is located in Huntington, West Virginia. The School of Pharmacy started in 2012, with our first class graduating in 2016. We are located on the Marshall University Health Science campus, adjacent to the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and Cabell Huntington Hospital.