The Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering at the Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina, is seeking a dynamic and innovative educator to fill a teaching faculty position. With the addition of this position, the Department aims to advance its well-established BSPH undergraduate degree program. This quantitative program has exceptional students and an incoming class of approximately 25 students/year. The program is accredited through the Council on Education for Public Health and provides students with skills needed to be successful in practice and research. The curriculum is designed to provide an understanding of health effects of environmental contaminants, source-to-exposure linkages, exposure routes, risk assessment and engineering and policy solutions. This is a renewable fixed-term position that we wish to fill at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. In addition to teaching two courses per semester, the new faculty member will advise undergraduate majors and lead recruiting efforts (together with student services staff). Teaching assignments may include: BSPH core courses, development of an innovative ?learning community? course to engage UNC undergraduates in the process of discovery, and a capstone course. The new faculty member will also contribute efforts to build community within the major, and will engage in professional service activities commensurate with rank and experience. The faculty filling the position will have the benefit of a mentoring committee and a clearly defined criteria for reappointment/promotion.