Job DescriptionEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Prescott, Arizona campus ishiring an Adjunct Faculty – Aeronautical Science Ground School tosupport the Department of Aeronautical Science. Embry-Riddle’sPrescott Campus is respected worldwide for cutting-edge instructionand training for tomorrow’s aviation, aerospace, security andintelligence leaders. Prescott is a mile-high city and its climatereflects seasonable weather excellent for flying. Daytime averagesare 80°F in the summer and 45°F in the winter. At 5,000 ft. abovesea level, it boasts a mild climate, clean air, pristine wildernessareas, and nearby national forests. The university is a small,private, residential university in the mountains of Arizona withapproximately 3,500 students. Staff/faculty/student interaction ishighly valued and is a central theme of our campus. It is located100 miles north of Phoenix and 120 miles south of the GrandCanyon.Description:The college invites applications for classroom instructors for FAAGround Schools including Private, Instrument and Commercial, FixedWing and Rotary.The Department of Aeronautical Science at Embry-Riddle AeronauticalUniversity, Prescott Campus invites applications for anAeronautical Science adjunct instructor.Specific duties include instruction in Airplane and/ or HelicopterGround Schools. The teaching load normally consists of one or twothree-credit hour courses per semester plus associated office hoursavailable to students.QualificationsThe desired candidate has a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in arelated field and/or the appropriate certifications andexperience.Candidate must possess the appropriate FAA Flight Instructor and/orGround Instructor Certificates and Ratings.To ensure full consideration, please apply online by sending aletter of application, a CV, and the names and contact informationof three professional references, and unofficial transcripts.Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.Only electronic applications will be considered.
Cambridge may soon be called the college squash capital of the United States.Laura Gemmell ’13 of the Harvard women’s squash team and Colin West ’10 of the Harvard men’s squash team took home College Squash Association (CSA) individual national championships this past weekend (March 5-7), continuing Harvard’s dominance in the squash world this season.The titles come just two weeks after Gemmell and the Harvard women’s squash team won the 2010 CSA national team championship (Feb. 21) over Penn and West helped lead the Crimson to a fifth-place finish.Gemmell, who led Harvard to their 12th national title, finishes the season a perfect 16-0 as a freshman, after overcoming a 2-1 deficit against Trinity College’s Pamela Hathway on Sunday (March 7) to take home the crown 3-2 (11-7, 5-11, 13-15, 11-8, 11-9). Gemmell becomes the 11th Crimson player to win the Ramsay Cup and the first since Kyla Grigg ’07 in 2007.West defeated Princeton’s Todd Harrity (11-9, 13-11, 11-1) in Sunday’s title match, claiming the men’s crown and completing the season with a 16-1 record. He is the 33rd Harvard player to win the Pool Cup, and completes his career at Harvard with a 50-9 record. West was also awarded this year’s Skillman Award, given annually to a senior men’s player “who has demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship throughout his college squash career.”