Adjunct Faculty – Microcomputer Applications

first_imgFree Parking Prior quality teaching experience requiredMaster’s degree requiredPrior experience in applied consulting or work experience inthe field is desirableSpecific expertise in the area of advanced Excel functions isrequired. This includes areas such as pivot tables, goal seeking,conditional formatting, VBA, macros, Solver, etc. BENEFITS QUALIFICATIONS RESPONSIBILITIES COMPANY DESCRIPTIONThank you for your interest in the University of Indianapolis! TheUniversity is a private, liberal arts university located on 65acres, just minutes from downtown Indianapolis. With more than 700faculty and staff, it is a place where you can become part of aclose-knit campus community that emphasizes the importance ofcommunity partnerships in the future growth of theUniversity.UIndy’s mission is to prepare its graduates for effective,responsible, and articulate membership in the complex societies inwhich they live and serve, and for excellence and leadership intheir personal and professional lives. The motto of “Education forService” provides the foundation for our work to better ourcommunities, both near and far.As University employees, we know the work we do is important to ourstudents and our communities. To accomplish our mission, we welcometalented, civic-minded and diverse individuals from all careerlevels to help maintain our high standards of excellence andquality. If you want to join our dynamic environment and experiencehard work, creativity, and teamwork, we welcome yourapplication!The University of Indianapolis is an equal opportunityemployer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration foremployment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, creed,sex, sexual orientation or identity, marital status, nationalorigin, disability status, or protected veteran status. TheUniversity of Indianapolis does not discriminate on the basis ofsex in its educational programs and activities, includingemployment and admission as required by Title IX.JOB DESCRIPTIONThe School of Business at the University of Indianapolis iscurrently experiencing growth in both its undergraduate andgraduate business programs. The School seeks an Adjunct instructorin Applied Analytics focusing on Microsoft Office.Teaching requirements consist of both introductory and advancedcourses related to Microsoft Office 2016 & 2019. Specificexpertise in the area of advanced Excel functions is required. Thisincludes areas such as pivot tables, goal seeking, conditionalformatting, VBA, macros, Solver, etc.Prior experience in applied consulting or work experience in thefield is desirable; prior quality teaching is essential. Master’sdegree is required. Teach dynamic, interactive, and engaging introductory andadvanced courses related to Microsoft Office 2016 & 2019last_img read more

Changing the climate of environmental law

first_imgAfter the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the ensuing reorganization of the Department of the Interior, Frances Ulmer, a member of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, turned to Harvard Law School’s Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic.She asked the clinic to recommend best practices for regulating offshore drilling. “I leapt at the opportunity,” says Wendy B. Jacobs ’81, clinical professor of law and director of the clinic, who chooses complex projects that will challenge her students and provide opportunities to present their work to high-level officials – opportunities they would get nowhere else. “It was timely, and presented a novel and critically important set of issues.”In a single semester, three students under Jacobs’ direction analyzed 40 regulatory regimes and traveled to Washington, D.C., to present recommendations to the Department of the Interior and congressional staffers. They did such a remarkable job that last year, the clinic was asked to consider ways to predict whether companies proposing to drill for oil and gas in the Arctic would do so safely and in an environmentally protective way. A new group of students worked with Jacobs to develop such a set of indicators. Their report, released in December, suggests ways to protect the environment from the impact of routine drilling as well as major oil spills, and is currently being circulated among legislators and regulators. Read Full Storylast_img read more