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Adjunct Faculty, Fall 2022 – Environmental and Sustainability Studies (ENST393 Sustainability for Organizations) – Keene, NH


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The Environmental and Sustainability Studies program at Keene State College seeks an adjunct faculty member to teach ENST393 Sustainability for Organizations (TTh 10-11:45am) for the Fall 2022 semester. ENST393 is a core course in our Sustainability Studies major and an important disciplinary elective for Environmental Studies majors and minors. This is a part-time, non-benefitted position.

Course Description: As social animals, humans form collective organizations in order to accomplish their goals. These organizations take many forms in the public/private sector, but they all offer opportunities to engage in sustainable practice. This course explores how to drive sustainability innovation within both new and existing organizations, and associated benefits. Instruction will be in person.

Our students come from diverse socio-economic and educational backgrounds, with a high percentage of first-generation college students. By the time Keene State College students complete their undergraduate experience they develop critical thinking, creative inquiry, intercultural competence, civic engagement, and commitments to well-being and to sustainability that will serve them as active citizens and lifelong learners. We strongly encourage individuals to apply who will support the College’s ongoing efforts to help students become responsible global citizens.

At Keene State College, we share a commitment to diversity, equity, and multiculturalism as key elements of academic excellence. We seek faculty with a desire to provide support, mentorship, and direction to prepare students to work within diverse communities. One of our aspirations is to develop social change agents with the knowledge, skills, and experience to compassionately engage with their future employers, peers, and those they serve from diverse backgrounds.


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