The University of North Texas and New College invite applications for a clinical faculty member to teach and mentor students within the Applied Arts and Sciences (AAS) program. This program facilitates transfer from community college technical programs and has the ability to incorporate military credits. This faculty member must be an innovative and collaborative educator with the capacity to foster student success, both within the classroom and in mentoring relationships, with a demonstrated capacity to engage individuals across a spectrum of backgrounds, ages, levels of experience and career aspirations. This position will be responsible for instruction within the AAS foundations courses, as well as courses within their own scholarly discipline. We are especially interested in faculty who are able to teach in business disciplines and/or education. The position will include the delivery of courses in face-to-face, online, and blended formats. The Bachelors of Applied Arts and Sciences degree has been a strong part of UNT degree offerings since the 1970’s and has become increasingly important as state priorities focus on encouraging post-secondary credentials, including those in technical fields.