This academic professional track faculty position in veterinary diagnostic imaging will contribute to the missions of Texas A&M in teaching, scholarship and citizenship as listed below. This faculty member will be stationed at VERO (Veterinary Education Research & Outreach) on the West Texas A&M University campus in Canyon, Texas.

Teaching (70%)

Pre-Clinical: Faculty will participate in instruction of the updated, integrated and highly experiential DVM curriculum in the first two preclinical years of the DVM curriculum in the new Texas A&M University 2+2 program at the VERO facility in Canyon, TX.

1. Participate in teaching didactic lectures and laboratories in the first two years of the veterinary curriculum to a small cohort
of eighteen professional students.

a. Develop and deliver well-organized lectures and laboratory materials using creative teaching methods and other innovative
technologies for assigned courses in the professional curriculum.

b. Work closely with the faculty at the College Station campus to provide well matched learning objectives and learning experiences
between the two programs.

c. Participate in peer-review of teaching, as a component of faculty mentoring and professional development within the department.

2. Teach in numerous courses, with primary duties in the following classes:

a. Introduction to Diagnostic Imaging course

b. Organ Dysfunction: Recognition, Diagnosis, and Supportive Care course

c. Professional & Clinical Skills courses, a multiple-course series during the first six semesters of the curriculum. In this
course students gain clinical skills in the simulation laboratory (clinical/surgical/radiologic/ultrasound skills training),
professional skills, including communication, ethical decision making, personal and professional finance and critical thinking
skills through problem-based instruction.

3. Work closely with VERO faculty and other faculty across all departments within the college to deliver the 2+2 curriculum.

Clinical: Faculty will participate in clinical duties of the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in College Station and instruction of the 4th year veterinary students and house officers in radiology/diagnostic imaging throughout the year.

1. Participate in remote clinical instruction of veterinary students and diagnostic imaging residents and other house officers
through collaboration with radiology faculty on the College Station campus. These duties may include remote student learning
opportunities, resident training opportunities (didactic rounds, Known Case Conference, other teaching activities), clinical case
rounds, discussions and other opportunities.

2. The faculty will have the opportunity to spend time in College Station working in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital,
fulfilling clinical duties of a radiologist in the small and/or large animal hospital.

Scholarship (15%)
1.Participate in collaborative research or scholarship of teaching and learning.

2.Work with other faculty in the department and college to help support their research needs as time allows.

Academic Citizenship (15%)
1. Committee Assignments and Administrative Duties

a. Participate in departmental, college, and university committees as assigned.

b. Participate in committees of other professional associations as opportunities allow.

c. Participate in administrative duties as assigned by Department Head.

2. Other Duties and Considerations

a. Demonstrate evidence of satisfactory institutional citizenship and collegiality.

b. Complete other duties and tasks as assigned by the Department Head.

c. Contribute to the diversity and inclusion missions of Texas A&M University.

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This academic professional track faculty position in veterinary diagnostic imaging will contribute to the missions of Texas A&M in teaching, scholarship and citizenship as listed below. This faculty member will be stationed at VERO (Veterinary Education Research & Outreach) on the West Texas A&M University campus in Canyon, Texas.

Teaching (70%)

Pre-Clinical: Faculty will participate in instruction of the updated, integrated and highly experiential DVM curriculum in the first two preclinical years of the DVM curriculum in the new Texas A&M University 2+2 program at the VERO facility in Canyon, TX.

1. Participate in teaching didactic lectures and laboratories in the first two years of the veterinary curriculum to a small cohort
of eighteen professional students.

a. Develop and deliver well-organized lectures and laboratory materials using creative teaching methods and other innovative
technologies for assigned courses in the professional curriculum.

b. Work closely with the faculty at the College Station campus to provide well matched learning objectives and learning experiences
between the two programs.

c. Participate in peer-review of teaching, as a component of faculty mentoring and professional development within the department.

2. Teach in numerous courses, with primary duties in the following classes:

a. Introduction to Diagnostic Imaging course

b. Organ Dysfunction: Recognition, Diagnosis, and Supportive Care course

c. Professional & Clinical Skills courses, a multiple-course series during the first six semesters of the curriculum. In this
course students gain clinical skills in the simulation laboratory (clinical/surgical/radiologic/ultrasound skills training),
professional skills, including communication, ethical decision making, personal and professional finance and critical thinking
skills through problem-based instruction.

3. Work closely with VERO faculty and other faculty across all departments within the college to deliver the 2+2 curriculum.

Clinical: Faculty will participate in clinical duties of the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in College Station and instruction of the 4th year veterinary students and house officers in radiology/diagnostic imaging throughout the year.

1. Participate in remote clinical instruction of veterinary students and diagnostic imaging residents and other house officers
through collaboration with radiology faculty on the College Station campus. These duties may include remote student learning
opportunities, resident training opportunities (didactic rounds, Known Case Conference, other teaching activities), clinical case
rounds, discussions and other opportunities.

2. The faculty will have the opportunity to spend time in College Station working in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital,
fulfilling clinical duties of a radiologist in the small and/or large animal hospital.

Scholarship (15%)
1.Participate in collaborative research or scholarship of teaching and learning.

2.Work with other faculty in the department and college to help support their research needs as time allows.

Academic Citizenship (15%)
1. Committee Assignments and Administrative Duties

a. Participate in departmental, college, and university committees as assigned.

b. Participate in committees of other professional associations as opportunities allow.

c. Participate in administrative duties as assigned by Department Head.

2. Other Duties and Considerations

a. Demonstrate evidence of satisfactory institutional citizenship and collegiality.

b. Complete other duties and tasks as assigned by the Department Head.

c. Contribute to the diversity and inclusion missions of Texas A&M University.

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