Academic Coordinator I in Riverside, CA for University of California, Riverside

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Academic Coordinator I
Academic Coordinator I Department of Botany & Plant Sciences University of California, Riverside The Department of Botany & Plant Sciences at the University of California, Riverside invites applications for a fulltime Academic Coordinator I position. The successful candidate will be part of a team of Academic Coordinators, Senior Research Associates, graduate and undergraduate students in the Dynamic Genome (DG) Program. The main purpose of the DG program is to run a research-intensive course for first-year undergraduates called Biology 20: The Dynamic Genome. At least 24 sections of the course are offered each year for over 190 students. The course starts with four experiments that demonstrate key concepts in biology through experimentation. The students th


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