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University of Oklahoma | The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work | 9‐month tenure track Assistant Professor - August 2015

Qualifications: one. The school is looking to expand our expertise in one or more of the following areas: research, direct practice, and human behavior in the social environment. Candidate requirements include an MSW and an earned doctorate, or completion of doctoral degree by August 2015 in Social Work or related discipline. Two years full‐time post MSW practice experience is preferred.

Responsibilities: Position responsibilities include teaching graduate courses in both foundation and advanced practice curriculums; developing and maintaining an active research agenda; field practicum, student advisement, curriculum planning and development; and participating in service activities. Departmental teaching load is 2‐2 and one field liaison load.

Application Procedures: Application materials are reviewed until the position is filled and must include (1) a letter of application and interest, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) a minimum of three letters of reference, and (4) any additional materials that support your candidacy. Materials are addressed to: Dr. Julie E. Miller‐Cribbs ‐ Professor and Director, University of Oklahoma, Anne & Henry Zarrow School of Social Work, 4502 E 41st St, Tulsa, OK 74129 For questions: E‐MAIL: jmcribbs@ou.edu or CALL: (918) 660‐3378 WE ARE SCREENING CANDIDATES AT CSWE‐APM IN TAMPA BAY – PLEASE VISIT OUR BOOTH IN THE DISPLAY HALL

Other Information: The school is committed to enhancing faculty and staff diversity and especially encourages individuals from historically underrepresented populations to apply. The school offers fully accredited Master and Bachelor Social Work Programs to 450 students annually, and is dedicated to the enhancement of human well‐being, alleviation of poverty and oppression, and developing and improving systems of public social services. OU‐Tulsa is located on a beautiful campus that includes new state of the art classrooms, a social simulation center, and close contact with health sciences programs. The following links provide more information about the School of Social Work:socialwork.ou.edu, OU Tulsa: http://tulsa.ou.edu/, facts about OU: http://www.ou.edu/publicaffairs/oufacts.html, a welcome from University President David Boren: http://www.ou.edu/content/web/about_ou/presidentswelcome.html and overview of University employee benefits: http://hr.ou.edu/employment/. Oklahoma is a state with geographic diversity including urban, metropolitan, and rural and frontier areas, and considerable socio‐demographic and cultural diversity. Oklahoma ranks low in performance on almost all health and well‐being measures, and this indication of high need places the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work in a position of responding to considerable social problems. With two campuses (Norman and Tulsa), the School delivers the only graduate program of social work in the state, and therefore holds sole responsibility for educating a diverse array of graduate students for a variety of professional Social Work practice fields. The School thrives on a collegial, engaged and supportive environment. The University provides exceptional institutional supports for new faculty in research development: http://vprnorman.ou.edu/resources/new‐faculty as well as teaching development: http://www.ou.edu/cte.html Tulsa (www.cityoftulsa.org/) was recently voted as one of the top 10 places to live by Relocate America and is an economically sound and close knit community located in the Green Country of Northeastern Oklahoma. A burgeoning art scene, which includes four art museums, and a revitalized downtown area only add to the sense of activity and culture that are available in Tulsa. Known to its citizens as more of a big town rather than a small city, Tulsa is a choice place to live, with "community" being one of its strong points. Tulsa has a rich cultural legacy that is worth not only exploring but living within as well. The University of Oklahoma is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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University of Oklahoma | The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work | 9‐month tenure track Assistant Professor - August 2015 (Norman Campus)

Qualifications: The University of Oklahoma, Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work invites nominations & applications for a 9‐month tenure track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning August, 2015. The school is looking to expand our expertise in one or more of the following areas: Macro (Group, Community, Organizational) Theory and Practice, mental health, health, and administrative practice. Two years full‐time post MSW practice experience is preferred. Candidate requirements include an MSW and an earned doctorate, or completion of doctoral degree by August 2015 in Social Work or related discipline.

Responsibilities: Position responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and/or graduate courses in both foundation and advanced practice curriculums; developing and maintaining an active research agenda; field practicum, student advisement, curriculum planning and development; and participating in service activities. Successful candidates are required to teach two courses each semester in addition to serve as faculty liaison to one section of field education per year.

Application Procedures: Application materials are reviewed until the positions are filled and must include (1) a letter of application and interest, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) a minimum of three letters of reference, and (4) any additional materials that support your candidacy. Materials are addressed to: Dr. Julie E. Miller‐Cribbs ‐ Professor and Director, University of Oklahoma, Anne & Henry Zarrow School of Social Work, 700 Elm Avenue ‐ Norman, OK 73019, For questions: E‐MAIL: jmcribbs@ou.edu or CALL: (918) 660‐3378 WE ARE SCREENING CANDIDATES AT CSWE‐APM IN TAMPA, FL. POSITION WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED.

Other Information: The school is committed to enhancing faculty and staff diversity and especially encourages individuals from historically underrepresented populations to apply.

The school offers fully accredited Master and Bachelor Social Work Programs to 500 students annually, and is dedicated to the enhancement of human well‐being, alleviation of poverty and oppression, and developing and improving systems of public social services. The school moved into the state‐of‐art Anne and Henry Zarrow Hall in 2011, a space featuring advanced computing and video technology, along with cutting edge social work practice observation suites. The following links provide more information about the School of Social Work socialwork.ou.edu , facts about OU: http://www.ou.edu/publicaffairs/oufacts.html ,a welcome from UniversityPresident David Boren: http://www.ou.edu/content/web/about_ou/presidentswelcome.html and overview of

University employee benefits: http://hr.ou.edu/employment/. Oklahoma is a state with geographic diversity including urban, metropolitan, and rural and frontier areas, and considerable socio‐demographic and cultural diversity. Oklahoma ranks low in performance on almost all health and well‐being measures, and this indication of high need places the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work in a position of responding to considerable social problems. With two campuses (Norman and Tulsa), the School delivers the only graduate program of social work in the state, and therefore holds sole responsibility for educating a diverse array of graduate students for a variety of professional Social Work practice fields. The School thrives on a collegial, engaged and supportive environment. The University provides exceptional institutional supports for new faculty in research development: http://vpr‐orman.ou.edu/resources/newfaculty as well as teaching development: http://www.ou.edu/cte.html The City of Norman (pop 115,000) is 20 miles south of Oklahoma City (Metro pop. 1.1 million). This year, Norman, OK was named the third least expensive city to live in the United States by Kiplinger Personal Finance (2013). Norman has been consistently added to the list of best places to live in the U.S. because of strong community ties, high quality of life, and appreciation for diversity, the arts and culture. You can learn more about life in Norman: http://www.ci.norman.ok.us/content/norman‐life and life in OKC: http://www.visitokc.com The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity institution. Protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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University of Oklahoma's Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education | Department of Educational Psychology | Assistant Professor, 9-month Tenure Track Position in Counseling Psychology

Qualifications: PhD in Counseling Psychology from APA-accredited program; licensed or license eligible. The ideal candidate will have: (1) evidence of an active research program; (2) experience in undergraduate and/or graduate instruction and mentoring; (3) experience in clinical supervision of students in training, (4) evidence of external funding efforts, and (5) a commitment to further diversity and social justice efforts through research, teaching, and service.

Responsibilities/Duties: Teach graduate courses in counseling psychology, conduct programmatic research, advise and mentor graduate students, pursue external funding, provide service to the University and profession. Starting date:  8/12/2015. 

Program Description: The Counseling Psychology program, APA-accredited since 1988, is a dynamic program with competitive admissions, small cohorts, and exciting opportunities to partner with local community agencies and other campus programs. Students acquire skills in a variety of counseling and clinical techniques through comprehensive training based on a scientist-practitioner-advocate model.

Application Procedures: Submitted application materials should include (1) a cover letter addressing the preferred qualifications listed above, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) preprints/reprints, (4) statements of research and teaching interests, (5) evidence of teaching effectiveness, and (5) three letters of reference. For other questions related to the application process you can contact Dr. Beesley at dbeesley@ou.edu or 405-214-8858. To Apply:  Submit application materials at: jobs.ou.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=85833 Salary:  Commensurate with experience.  Review of applications will begin on January 5, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.  Questions may be directed to:  Dr. Denise Beesley, Search Committee Chair, dbeesley@ou.edu.

Other Information: The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer. Protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Temple University | African American Studies | Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position in African American Studies Position for Fall 2015
Qualifications   The successful candidate will hold a doctoral degree in African American Studies, or a related social science or liberal discipline, with an emphasis on the nature of social anthropology. The preferred areas of specialization are contemporary language and cultural analysis, African festivals and rituals, and the influence of culture on social movements for justice. The applicant should be conversant with the latest theories in African and American society, kinship and relational modalities in the African world, and contemporary African American expressions of language. The applicant should demonstrate an interest in pursuing a research agenda consistent with working in a research-oriented department. A Ph.D. is required.

Responsibilities/Duties  The successful candidate will hold a doctoral degree in African American Studies, or a related social science or liberal discipline, with an emphasis on the nature of social anthropology. The preferred areas of specialization are contemporary language and cultural analysis, African festivals and rituals, and the influence of culture on social movements for justice. The applicant should be conversant with the latest theories in African and American society, kinship and relational modalities in the African world, and contemporary African American expressions of language. The applicant should demonstrate an interest in pursuing a research agenda consistent with working in a research-oriented department. A Ph.D. is required.

Application Procedures  Candidates should submit a cover letter, CV, graduate transcripts, letters from three academic referees, and a short writing sample (no more than 20 pages) by December 1, 2014 to: Anne Eckert at ake@temple.edu or Molefi Kete Asante, Department of African American Studies, Temple University, 1115 W. Polett, Philadelphia, Pa. l9122.  Salary competitive. Tenure Track Appointment. Temple University is an equal opportunity employer.

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University of California Riverside | Anthropology | Tenure-Track Professor in Biological Anthropology
Qualifications We seek candidates whose research and teaching interests focus on past human populations, especially in bioarchaeology concerned with health issues resulting from class, gender, or ethnic differences through the study of osteological remains, both in their burial and lived contexts. The ideal candidate's research and teaching should interface with one or more of the areas of departmental strength.
Responsibilities/Duties The successful candidate will be expected to teach lower-division as well as upper-division and graduate courses in her or his field of specialization.
Application Procedures Letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, up to three scholarly writing samples, recent teaching evidence, and three letters of recommendation. Application Deadline Review of applications will begin November 16, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled
Other Information Application materials may be submitted at: https://aprecruit.ucr.edu/apply/JPF00199, or to the Department of Anthropology, UC Riverside, 900 University Avenue, Riverside, CA 92521. Electronic application and submission of materials is strongly preferred.
Salary Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience. Do not post after 07/01/15

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University of California Riverside | Anthropology | Tenure-Track Professor in Linguistic Anthropology
Qualifications Candidates must be ABD at the time of application and must have a PhD. by the time of appointment (07/01/15). We seek applications from linguistic anthropologists whose anthropological research is broadly concerned with the study of language within the context of cultural and social life as it articulates with the intersections of class, race, and/or gender.The ideal candidate's research and teaching should interface with one or more of the areas of departmental strength.
Responsibilities/Duties The successful candidate will be expected to teach lower-division as well as upper-division and graduate courses in his or her area of specialization.
Application Procedures Documentation required include a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, up to three scholarly writing samples, recent teaching evidence, and three letters of recommendation. Application materials may be submitted at https://aprecruit.ucr.edu/apply/JPF00199, or to the Department of Anthropology, UC Riverside, 900 University Avenue, Riverside, CA 92521. Electronic application and submission of materials is strongly preferred. Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience. Application Deadline Review of applications will begin November 16, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled | Do not post after 07/01/15

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The Pennsylvania State University | Richards Civil War Era Center | Postdoctoral Fellowship, History (PSU #53052)
Qualifications In partnership with the Africana Research Center (ARC), the Richards Civil War Era Center invites applications for a one-year postdoctoral fellowship in African-American history for 2015-2016. All research interests spanning the origins of slavery through the Civil Rights movement will receive favorable consideration. Proposals that mesh with the Richard Center's interests in slavery, abolition, and emancipation, as well as comparative or Atlantic history, are especially welcome. The successful applicant will have access to the Richards Center's and the ARC's intellectual and professional resources, including the assignment of a mentor, the opportunity to attend professional development workshops, the chance to audit a graduate seminar, and the funds to invite two senior scholars to read and comment on the fellow's project. There is no requirement for teaching. Successful applicants must have completed all requirements for the Ph.D. within the previous two academic years. Salary/benefit package is competitive.
Application Procedures To assure full consideration, complete application packets including cover letter describing your research and goals for the fellowship year, a curriculum vita (6 page maximum), and a writing sample of no more than 30 double-spaced pages, should be submitted online at https://app2.ohr.psu.edu/Jobs/External/EVMS2_External/currentap1.cfm#53052 no later than November 10, 2014. Three letters of reference should be addressed to the attention of the ESSS Selection Committee and emailed directly to richardscenter@psu.edu. Please direct questions about the process via e-mail to richardscenter@psu.edu.
Other Information CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery , which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.  Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, women, veterans, disabled individuals, and other protected groups.  Application Deadline November 10, 2014 |Do not post after November 11, 2014

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California State University, East Bay | Department of Ethnic Studies | Assistant or Associate Professor
Qualifications Earned PhD in Ethnic Studies or an allied field/discipline with specialization in African American Studies at time of appointment is required. Research in social justice within in an African American context as demonstrated by a record of scholarly achievement is required. Additional expertise and training in one or more of the following areas is preferred: sustainability/environmental racism, women of color feminism/womanism; civil rights movements; prison abolition movements; African-American GLBTQ activism; transnational organizing; structural inequality in education; and /or restorative justice. Additionally, candidates must have a demonstrated ability to teach effectively; experience working with a diverse student population, including first generation college students and students whose first language is not English. Experience with online coursework preferred. Candidates should demonstrate experience in teaching, mentoring, research, or community service that has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. Additionally, applicants must demonstrate a record of scholarly activity. This University is fully committed to the rights of students, staff and faculty with disabilities in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. For more information about the University's program supporting the rights of our students with disabilities see: http://www20.csueastbay.edu/af/departments/as/
Responsibilities/Duties The successful candidate will teach coursework within the area of African American studies with an emphasis on African American social justice. The successful candidate will also teach other coursework as assigned within the Department of Ethnic Studies. The successful candidate will be required to collaborate with other hires within the 2015 new hire cohort theme of Teaching Sustainability in Diversity towards producing and implementing educational models that promote student learning in an integrative approach to social justice and sustainability. Successful candidate will be required to work with cross-campus initiatives to increase African-American student retention and graduation rates. In addition to teaching and research, all faculty have advising responsibilities, assist the department with administrative and/or committee work, and are expected to assume campus-wide committee responsibilities. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay may include courses at the Hayward, Concord, and Online campuses.
Application Procedures For full consideration, all materials should be submitted by October 6, 2014. Please submit a letter of application, which addresses the qualifications noted in the position announcement; a complete and current vita at https://my.csueastbay.edu/psp/pspdb1/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL
NOTE: California State University, East Bay hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. All offers of employment are contingent upon presentation of documents demonstrating the appointee's identity and eligibility to work, in accordance with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act. If you are considered as a finalist for the position, you may be subject to a background check.  As an Equal Opportunity Employer, CSUEB does not discriminate on the basis of any protected categories: age, ancestry, citizenship, color, disability, gender, immigration status, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran's status. The University is committed to the principles of diversity in employment and to creating a stimulating learning environment for its diverse student body.
Salary Salary is dependent upon educational preparation and experience; subject to budgetary authorization.

Other Information THE UNIVERSITY: California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) is known for award-winning programs, expert instruction, a diverse student body of over 14,000 students, and a choice of more than 100 career-focused fields of study. The University has campuses in Hayward, Contra Costa County, Online, and in Oakland, California. Our 600 faculty offer bachelor's degrees in 42 fields, minors in 62 fields, master's degrees in 36 fields, and 1 doctoral degree program. http://www20.csueastbay.edu/  THE DEPARTMENT: The Department of Ethnic Studies provides an academically rigorous program that substantively contributes to California State University East Bay's public commitment to provide a multicultural learning experience. Our comparative and interdisciplinary program covers five core areas: African American Studies; American Indian Studies; Asian American Studies; Latino/a and Latin American Studies; and Gender/Sexualities in Communities of Color. We offer a Bachelor's degree in Ethnic Studies including a degree that can be obtained through online courses. In our courses, we teach students to analyze social relations of race, class, gender, and sexuality; develop nuanced understandings of social justice; and act as socially responsible global citizens. In addition, our program is committed to comparative, transnational, and intersectional approaches. The content of our major mirrors three elements of Cal State East Bay's mission to "support a diverse student body with academically rich, culturally relevant learning experiences which prepare students to apply their education to meaningful lifework, and to be socially responsible contributors to society, "work collaboratively and respectfully as members and leaders of diverse teams and communities, and to "apply knowledge of diversity and multicultural competencies to promote equity and social justice in our communities.
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Johns Hopkins University | Africana Studies, Humanities | Assistant Professor, Africana Studies in the Social Sciences Tenure Track
Qualifications The Center for Africana Studies of the Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts and Sciences seeks Assistant Professors of Africana Studies in the Social Sciences. The Center for Africana Studies (CAS) is an interdisciplinary program that advances the study of African American Studies, African and African Diaspora Studies, and Urban Studies. For more information on CAS, please visit our website http://krieger.jhu.edu/africana/index.html  A successful candidate will be a rising scholar with demonstrated research in his/her field.

Responsibilities\Duties The position is a tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor in the home department of his/her discipline whose teaching and service will be evenly allocated between Africana Studies and that department.  The position is a tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor in the home department of his/her discipline whose teaching and service will be evenly allocated between Africana Studies and that department. 

Application Procedures Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/d76p8tn

For the Social Sciences position, please send letter of application, a current CV, a statement of current research projects, and a copy of one representative publication online to Search Committee Chair via http://apply.interfolio.com/25089. Other Information Review of applications will begin September 2014. | Application Deadline 09/27/2014 |Do not post after 09/27/2014 Minorities and women are especially encouraged to apply.
 

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Johns Hopkins University | Africana Studies, Humanities | Assistant Professor, Africana Studies in the Humanities Tenure Track
Qualifications The Center for Africana Studies of the Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts and Sciences seeks Assistant Professors of Africana Studies in the Humanities, with special consideration given to those working in the disciplines of economics, anthropology, or political science; particularly those whose work in these disciplines focuses on inequality or public health. The Center for Africana Studies (CAS) is an interdisciplinary program that advances the study of African American Studies, African and African Diaspora Studies, and Urban Studies. For more information on CAS, please visit our website http://krieger.jhu.edu/africana/index.html  A successful candidate will be a rising scholar with demonstrated research in his/her field.

Responsibilities\DutiesThe position is a tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor in the home department of his/her discipline whose teaching and service will be evenly allocated between Africana Studies and that department. 
Application Procedures Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/d76p8tn For the Humanities position, please send letter of application, a current CV, a statement of current research projects, and a copy of one representative publication online to Search Committee Chair via http://apply.interfolio.com/25088.
Other Information Review of applications will begin September 2014. | Application Deadline 09/27/2014 | Do not post after 09/27/2014 Minorities and women are especially encouraged to apply.

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Texas A&M University | Africana Studies Program | Open Rank Faculty in Africana Religions
Qualifications The Africana Studies and Religious Studies programs at Texas A&M University invite applications for a tenured or tenure-track position at the assistant, associate or full professor rank, to begin September 1, 2015. A Ph.D. in Religious Studies, Africana Studies or a closely related field is essential and must be complete by August 1, 2015. Applicants should have demonstrated teaching and research credentials in one or more of the following areas: Religions of Africa, Religions of the Caribbean, African Religions in North America, Indigenous African Religions and/or Religions of the African Diaspora. Multiple theoretical perspectives are welcome. Teaching and research in Women's and Gender Studies or Womanist Theology desirable. Standard 2/2 teaching load includes Introduction to Africana Studies, World Religions, and specialized courses. Service to the Interdisciplinary Programs in Religious Studies and Africana Studies and research publication expected.
Responsibilities/Duties Applicants at the Assistant Professor rank will have a Ph.D. and an established program of research that clearly demonstrates potential for sustained, nationally prominent scholarship. Applicants at the Associate rank will have a Ph.D. and a record of nationally prominent scholarship. Appointment at the rank of Full Professor may be possible for applicants with a Ph.D. and an exceptional record of nationally and internationally prominent research. Applicants at the rank of Associate or Full Professor must demonstrate a record meriting tenure at a research university that has a Carnegie classification of RU/VH and is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU).
Application Procedures Submit letter of application, a statement of research agenda and goals in an academic institution, c.v., and a list of references to Dr. Donnalee Dox, Chair AFST/RELS Search Committee, Religious Studies Program, MS 4346, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843 or electronically to dox@tamu.edu. Review of applications begins October 15, 2014 and continues until an appointment is made. Texas A&M University is committed to a diverse educational environment. Applications from women and members of other underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged. Texas A&M is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to diversity in hiring, and a Public Records state.
Salary competitive | Application Deadline until filled | Do not post after 11-20-14

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Purdue University | Department of Sociology  |Department Head
Qualifications: Qualifications include a Ph.D. in Sociology and a distinguished record of research and publication suitable for an appointment as a full professor with tenure in Sociology and ample evidence of leadership/administrative experience and ability. Areas of specialty are open.
Responsibilities/Duties Duties include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses. Purdue's Department of Sociology offers degrees at the BA, MS, and PhD levels, and its faculty have a range of research and teaching specializations (see http://www.cla.purdue.edu/sociology). The Department of Sociology seeks a Department Head to further develop the strengths of a dynamic department through effective management, leadership, and a shared vision of the Department's future. The appointment will begin on July 1, 2015, for an initial period of five years and is renewable. The Department Head is appointed by and reports to the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts.
Application Procedures Candidates should submit a letter of application outlining research interests, a vita, and a statement of approach to administration and departmental leadership to: R. Douglas Hurt, Chair, Head Search Advisory Committee, Department of Sociology, Purdue University, 700 W State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907. Electronic submissions in Word or .pdf files may be emailed to socsearch@purdue.edu. Names of references will be requested from finalists. Review of applicants will begin on November 7, 2014, but applications received after this date will be accepted until the position is filled. A background check will be required for employment in this position. Purdue University is an EEO/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
Other Information Purdue offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefit package. The university is located in an affordable greater metropolitan area of approximately 200,000 people, conveniently located between Indianapolis and Chicago. Application Deadline Until Filled | Do not post after January 1, 2015

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Brooklyn College | Africana Studies | Assistant Professor - Caribbean Studies Social Scientist
Qualifications: - Ph.D. in the Social Sciences (Political Science or Sociology) required by the time of appointment
- A demonstrated history of engagement with their academic field, their institution, and their students
- A demonstrated proficiency in quantitative methodologies is preferred
Responsibilities/Duties: The Department of Africana Studies at Brooklyn College the City University of New York invites candidates to apply for a tenure track Assistant Professor - Caribbean Studies Social Scientist beginning in the Fall of 2015. Applicants should specialize in contemporary Caribbean politics or societies, Caribbean migration to the United States, and Caribbean communities in the United States.  The candidate may teach courses in our department that are cross-listed with the Political Science Department, courses that are part of the degree requirements for the Caribbean Studies Program, and at least one course in the College's general education curriculum. In addition the candidate may participate in the emerging Urban Studies program. The successful candidate would perform teaching, research, publication, and curricular development in his/her areas of expertise.
The Africana Studies Department treats Africa and its diaspora in the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America with equal depth. Our focus on the Caribbean reflects our commitment to the borough and its high percentage of migrants from the English, Spanish, and French Caribbean. The majority of the College's students of African descent are from the Caribbean.
Application Procedures: Interested applicants should submit an application online by visiting www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/facultyjobs and search for CUNY Job ID 11080.
Other Information: $61,903 - $74,133; Commensurate with experience and credentials.
All appointments are subject to financial availability. Brooklyn College is an EO/AA employer. | Application Deadline November 20, 2014 |Do not post after November 20, 2014

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Eastern Michigan University | Department of Africology and African American Studies | Tenure-track Assistant Professor of African American Studies, Pos. #00222

Qualifications The candidate must possesses a good record of scholarship and teaching. We want a versatile scholar who has shown commitment to the discipline of African American Studies as his or her primary choice of academic career. The successful candidate must possess a Ph.D. in African American Studies or a cognate area. ABD candidates are welcome to apply, provided that by the effective date of the appointment in fall, 2015, a successful applicant must have earned his or her doctorate degree in African American Studies or a cognate area.
Responsibilities/Duties  Candidate to fill a position as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of African American Studies with an established specialization and expertise in the affairs of African-origin communities located in the Caribbean and/or South American regions.  These population-areas, among other regions, constitute a critical pillar of academic credibility and intellectual integrity in holistic studies of the African world. This new hire must possess or demonstrate a capacity for developing needed and viable curricular proposals related to African-origin communities of the Caribbean and/or South American regions, including a new minor in "African Caribbean and/or South American Studies" as part of the overall curricular programs of the department.
At the present time, the department offers a major and a minor in African American Studies, along with a graduate certificate in African American Studies and an undergraduate certificate in African Studies. The department also contributes to EMU's General Education program, and the new hire must possess demonstrable capacity/competence for developing viable student learning outcomes for general education course proposals in his or her area of expertise.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

Teach contractual load of undergraduate and graduate courses as assigned by the department or school.
Assign and submit grades in accordance with established University schedules.
Keep posted office hours during the week which are scheduled at times most beneficial to students.
Provide academic advising to students, if applicable.
Serve on search committees for hiring of new faculty members, departmental committees and other service committees across the university.
Participate in activities such as student registration, orientation, convocations and commencements.
Attend and participate in scheduled departmental meetings and functions.
Provide other support service to the department, college and/or university, if applicable.
Engage in pursuits that enable them to remain current in their respective disciplines.
Engage in pursuits that help to further organize and contribute to growth of the body of knowledge in their respective disciplines, and/or to explore interdisciplinary implications.
Perform related Departmental duties as required. This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement between EMU and the EMU Chapter of the American Association of University Professors, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.
Application Procedures:  Applications should include a cover letter and resume. Each applicant must also provide transcripts of his/her academic degrees, a pertinent writing sample.
Three letters of recommendation should be addressed and sent to the Chair of the search committee for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of African American Studies, Department of Africology and African American Studies, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT http://www.emich.edu/jobs
140 McKenny Hall | Ypsilanti, MI 48197
734-487-3430 | 734-487-0076 | hr_employment@emich.edu
Position #00222, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES) CH
For specific information by employment classification, click here to review the Benefits in Brief information.  Salary Depends on Qualifications.  Application Deadline The deadline for submission of complete applications is November 15, 2014. Review of the applications will begin after that date.
Do not post after November 15, 2014

Other Information: EMU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and Educator that is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The University actively encourages applications from women, persons of color, and applicants with disabilities, veterans, and members of other underrepresented groups.
Other Information Eastern Michigan University offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance; a TIAA-CREF retirement plan with employer contributions; an outstanding vacation and time off policy; a tuition waiver program and much more.
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California State University, Northridge  | Psychology | Assistant Professor (Cultural or Multicultural Psychology ) & Assistant Professor (Cognitive Psychology)
Qualifications Assistant Professor-Cultural or Multicultural Psychology:  The Department of Psychology at California State University, Northridge invites applications for a position of Assistant Professor in Cultural or Multicultural Psychology beginning August 19, 2015. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Psychology at the time of appointment. All areas of psychology will be considered; however, the successful candidate for this position must show potential in developing and implementing curricula that address cultural or multicultural issues in psychology. Additionally, she/he will have a research program examining the interplay between culture and human behavior. Applicants must provide evidence of outstanding commitment to university teaching in an environment serving a diverse student population.

Assistant Professor-Cognitive Psycholog:  The Department of Psychology at California State University Northridge invites applications for a position of Assistant Professor in Cognitive Psychology beginning August 19, 2015. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Psychology at the time of appointment. The successful candidate for this position will be a s{blocked}ed and enthusiastic teacher and will develop a research program in his/her areas of interest. All areas of cognitive psychology will be considered. Applicants with teaching strength in statistics or research methods are preferred. Applicants must provide evidence of outstanding commitment to university teaching in an environment serving a diverse student population.
Responsibilities/Duties Assistant Professor-Cultural or Multicultural Psychology:
Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses that address cultural or multicultural issues in psychology and core courses in the major. Additional duties include developing a research program and participating in university service, as well as supervising, mentoring, and assisting students in the General Experimental or Clinical Psychology master's program. Normal teaching load is 12 units per semester, although a reduced teaching load is usually available during the first two years of appointment.
Assistant Professor-Cognitive Psychology: Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in cognition and perception, research methods or statistics, and his/her specialty areas. Additional duties include developing a research program and participating in university service, as well as supervising, mentoring, and assisting students in the General Experimental psychology master's program. Normal teaching load is 12 units per semester, although a reduced teaching load is usually available during the first two years of appointment.
Application Procedures Application Deadline for both positions:
Screening of applications will begin October 15, 2014. Priority will be given to applicants who meet the screening deadline. However, these positions will remain open until filled. Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three current letters of recommendation, teaching statement and evaluations, research statement and samples of scholarship, and a statement of philosophy regarding working with students from diverse backgrounds. Submission of materials for the cultural or multicultural psychology position via e-mail to cultural2014@csun.edu or for the cognitive position via email to cognitive2014@csun.edu is preferred but regular mail submissions will also be accepted. In later phases of the search process, applicants may be requested to provide verification of terminal degrees, licenses and certificates.

Application Procedures: Inquiries and applications should be addressed to:
Cultural/Multicultural Recruitment Committee
Department of Psychology
California State University, Northridge
18111 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, CA 91330-8255
or
Cognitive Recruitment Committee
Department of Psychology
California State University, Northridge
18111 Nordhoff St.
Northridge, CA 91330-8255

Applicants who wish to request accommodations for a disability may contact the Office of Equity and Diversity, (818) 677-2077. Salary $62,000 - $65,000
Application Deadline October 15, 2014 | Do not post after October 15, 2014
Other Information In compliance with the Annual Security Report & Fire Safety Report of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, California State University, Northridge has made crime-reporting statistics available on-line at http://www-admn.csun.edu/police/clery-report.pdf. Print copies are available in the library and by request from the Department of Police Services and the Office of Faculty Affairs.
The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. The University: Serving more than 38,000 students each year, CSUN is one of the largest universities in the United States. CSUN ranks 10th in the country in awarding bachelor's degrees to underrepresented minority students, fifth nationally in awarding master's degrees to Hispanic students and enrolls the largest number of deaf and hard-of-hearing students of any U.S. state university. CSUN's 171 academic programs and engaged centers enjoy international recognition for excellence. CSUN currently partners with more than 100 institutions of higher education in 22 countries around the globe and attracts the largest international student population of any U.S. master's level institution. Situated on a 356-acre park-like setting in the heart of Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley, the campus features modern educational buildings and world-class LEED Gold-certified performing arts and recreational facilities recognized as among the best in the country. CSUN is a welcoming university that champions accessibility, academic excellence and student success.

CSUN is strongly committed to achieving excellence through teaching, scholarship, active learning and diversity. Our values include a respect for all people, building alliances with the community and the encouragement of innovation, experimentation and creativity. CSUN is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and an Asian American, Native American, Pacific Islander Serving Institution (AANAPISI) and we value the diversity of all of our students and the campus community. CSUN actively encourages qualified candidates to apply who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for under-represented students.

As an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, CSUN strives to create a community in which a diverse population can work, teach and learn in an atmosphere of civility and respect for the rights of each individual. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, medical information, marital status, or veteran status. For more information about the University, check our website: http://www.csun.edu/. At time of appointment, the successful candidate, if not a U.S. citizen, must have authorization from the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services to work in the United States.

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Michigan State University | Department of Education | Director African Studies Center (ASC)
Qualifications Michigan State University (MSU) invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of the African Studies Center (ASC). Building on the Center's and the University's significant accomplishments and history of commitment to Africa, the next Director will provide the strategic vision and collaborative leadership s{blocked}s needed to further the Center's and the University's role as a dynamic leader in Africa-related international research, teaching and engagement. Candidates are expected to have an outstanding record of research and scholarship with experience working in and teaching about Africa. Candidates must have an earned Ph.D. or its equivalent and meet the standards for appointment to the rank of advanced associate or full professor (with tenure) in an academic department or school in one of MSU's colleges. Candidates are expected to have demonstrated administrative s{blocked}s and ability to secure external funding from diverse sources. Other desired characteristics include experience with: a U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center; establishing and sustaining strategic partnerships with universities and other institutions in Africa; and facilitating and catalyzing programs of collaborative, multi-disciplinary research. In addition to the above qualifications, preference will be given to those speaking an African language.
Responsibilities The position requires policy development and implementation capabilities, with the ability to work collaboratively with faculty, administrators, and other area studies and international thematic centers in promoting Africa-centered research, education, outreach, and service programs. Special emphasis is placed on playing a lead role in increasing MSU's faculty-led, Africa-related research and engagement efforts. The Director works collaboratively with key university stakeholders across campus to provide strategic vision and leadership for the university's diverse African-related research and programming agenda. Specific duties include:

Catalyzing interdisciplinary research on priority Africa-related areas and topics
Expanding and diversifying external funding for Africa-related international research and programs
Working closely with the ISP Advancement office on foundation and other related initiatives
Developing and supporting strategic country and international partnership initiatives
Supporting key cross-college Africa-focused initiatives administered in ISP including MSU's MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program, the Tanzania Partnership Program and other initiatives as they emerge
Continuing the center's success as an Africa-focused U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center
Increasing the Africa-related content of the curriculum
Enhancing MSU's position as a leader in African language instruction, particularly critical less commonly taught languages
Strengthening connections with MSU Africa-related international alumni and friends
Supervising the Center's programs and staff
Representing the Center at MSU, across the nation, and internationally
The Director's appointment will be 75% in the Center, with 25% in an academic department, the tenure home, to be mutually agreed between the successful candidate, the ISP Dean, and the host academic department. The appointment is on an annual (12-month) basis for a five-year period with renewal possible. The Center and the Director provide strong support for key cross-college Africa-focused initiatives administered in ISP including MSU's MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program (http://mcfscholars.isp.msu.edu/\) and the Tanzania Partnership Program (http://www.isp.msu.edu/pscd/programs/tanzania/). Other initiatives include support for an undergraduate major in Global and Area Studies with an African Studies concentration and specializations in African Studies for graduate and undergraduate degree students. The ASC also conducts outreach programs for educators, non-governmental organizations, governments, the media, and business communities. The Center frequently pursues strategic partnerships with African universities and institutes with the aim of developing cooperative and intensive research and curricular projects. The ASC's affiliated faculty members are well-known for the ethical standards that inform their partnerships, research, and development work in Africa.
Application Procedures The position is posted online at MSU's employment website under posting #9098. All application materials must be uploaded at: http://jobs.msu.edu. The deadline for receipt of complete applications is extended until September 15, 2014. Late applications will be considered until the position is filled. Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/gks6ysp | Application Deadline 08/07/2014 | Do not post after 08/07/2014
Other Information The African Studies Center: Founded in 1960, the African Studies Center is located in International Studies and Programs (ISP) which is headed by the ISP Dean to whom the Director reports. ISP is home to several centers and offices in addition to the African Studies Center. These include the Asian Studies Center; Canadian Studies Center; Center for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies; Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Center for Gender in Global Context; the Muslim Studies Program; Office of Study Abroad; Office for International Students and Scholars; Office of International Research Collaboration; Advancement and Communications offices; Visiting International Professional Program; Office of China Programs; MSU Peace Corps Office; and the Japan Center for Michigan Universities. The ASC Director works closely with these units and other internationally-related centers and departments in colleges across campus, including the Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages; the African American and African Studies Program; Center for Global Connections in Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources; International Health; International Studies in Education; and the MSU Press. The ASC has a proud history of engagement with Africa. It is one of twelve comprehensive Title VI National Resource Centers on Africa designated by the U.S. Department of Education. It seeks to promote research and increase scholarly publications and programming regarding all of Africa. MSU can offer instruction in 32 African languages, teaching up to 12 each year. Two Ph.D. African studies librarians staff one of the largest Africana libraries in the nation. African Studies at MSU has been distinguished by its focus on Africa's human needs: education for development, environment and development, ethics of development, food security and agriculture, gender equity, poverty alleviation, tropical disease, as well as the social sciences and humanities. ASC has 200 affiliated faculty members in the humanities, social sciences, physical and biological sciences, agriculture, business, education, law, allied health, and other professional programs. In addition to student employees, the Center staff consists of five full-time positions: two Assistant Directors (one with a focus on outreach), Office Administrator, Senior Secretary, and Publications Assistant. See more detail about the Center at www.africa.msu.edu.

For additional information about the University and its extensive commitments in international education and programs, see www.msu.edu, www.isp.msu.edu, and www.africa.isp.msu.edu.  MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities.

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University of North Carolina, Asheville | Political Science | Assistant Professor
Qualifications The Department of Political Science at the University of North Carolina Asheville invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position for an appointment beginning January 2015. Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in political science by the time of appointment and show evidence of excellence in undergraduate teaching as well as potential for scholarly growth. The department seeks applicants with fields in Methods and Comparative Politics. Candidates with demonstrated experience or potential for leadership in serving UNC Asheville's efforts in promoting diversity and inclusion in the areas of pedagogy, programming, and service activities are especially encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities Candidates should be prepared to teach a variety of classes in both fields and have experience mentoring students in undergraduate research projects. In addition, faculty members should have experience in a Liberal Arts institution and be prepared to teach in the university's core curriculum, including the Humanities sequence required of all UNC Asheville students. The typical teaching load of political science faculty is three, 4-credit courses per semester, with a favorable student-instructor ratio.
Application Procedures Please submit applications electronically to political_science@unca.edu including: a letter of interest, specifically addressing the applicant's qualifications for this position; a curriculum vitae; copies of graduate transcripts; evidence of teaching excellence; and three recent letters of recommendation. Any questions about the position should be directed to Linda Cornett at lcornett@unca.edu. Applications will be accepted July 1 - August 15, 2014.
Other Information UNC Asheville, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North Carolina, is a student oriented, public liberal arts institution committed to being an inclusive campus community. The University is committed to equality and diversity of educational experiences for our students. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply regardless of socio-economic status, gender expression, gender and sexual identity, culture, or ideological beliefs. UNC Asheville is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and will not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, sex, disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status with respect to all terms, conditions, and privileges of university-sponsored activities, employment, and the use of university facilities.
Application Deadline Aug 15, 2014 |Do not post after Aug 15, 2014

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University of North Carolina, Asheville | Political Science | Assistant Professor
Qualifications The Department of Political Science at the University of North Carolina Asheville invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the assistant level in American Politics, with the appointment beginning Fall 2015. A completed Ph.D. in political science by the time of appointment is preferred (although ABD will be considered). The successful candidate will show evidence of a commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching in a liberal arts institution as well as potential for scholarly growth. Candidates with demonstrated experience or potential for leadership in serving UNC Asheville's efforts in promoting diversity and inclusion in the areas of pedagogy, programming, and service activities are especially encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities The department seeks applicants who are prepared to teach a broad array of classes in American Politics and help develop the department's offerings in the subfield. Although the department is open as to the candidate's area of specialization, candidates must be prepared to deliver some essential American Politics courses (e.g., Intro to American Politics, Elections, the Presidency). There are also opportunities to cross-list or teach courses in interdisciplinary programs including Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Africana Studies. In addition, faculty members should be prepared to teach in the university's core curriculum, including the Humanities sequence required of all UNC Asheville students. The typical teaching load of political science faculty is three, 4-credit courses per semester, with a favorable student-instructor ratio.
Application Procedures Please submit applications electronically at https:/jobs.unca.edu including: a letter of interest, specifically addressing the applicant's qualifications for this position; a curriculum vitae; copies of graduate transcripts; evidence of teaching excellence; and three recent letters of recommendation. Any questions about the position should be directed to Linda Cornett at lcornett@unca.edu. The department will begin reviewing applications August 15, 2014. Priority will be given to completed applications received prior to October 1, but the search will continue until the position is filled.
Other Information UNC Asheville is committed to equality and diversity of educational experiences for our students. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply regardless of socio-economic status, gender expression, gender and sexual identity, culture, or ideological beliefs. UNC Asheville is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and will not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, sex, disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status with respect to all terms, conditions, and privileges of university-sponsored activities, employment, and the use of university facilities.
Application Deadline October 1, 2014 | Do not post after October 1, 2014

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Temple University | African American Studies | Non-Tenure Track Position in African American Studies | Asst. Professor in African American Studies

Qualifications: The successful candidate will hold a doctoral degree in African American Studies, or a related social science or liberal discipline, and will have teaching experience in the field consistent with the position in African American self-determination organizations and movements, preferably dealing with Afrocentric education. The applicant should be willing to teach exclusively in African American Studies. The preferred areas of specialization are contemporary movements for social justice and educational approaches to the mental liberation of African people.  A Ph.D. is required. 

Responsibilities/Duties: The applicant should be conversant with Afrocentric theories of knowledge, the current debates surrounding cultural criticism, and African diaspora studies within the context of Pan African education. The teaching load is 4/4. Although this is largely a teaching position the applicant should demonstrate an interest in creating a research agenda consistent with working in a highly competitive department.

Application Procedures: Candidates should submit a cover letter, CV, graduate transcripts, letters from three academic referees, and a short writing sample (no more than 20 pages) by September 15, 2014 to: Dr. Molefi Kete Asante, Chair, Department of African American Studies, Temple University, 1115 W. Polett, Philadelphia, PA l9122 or to: ake@temple.edu.

Salary negotiable. Appointment for one year, renewable. Temple University is an equal opportunity employer.

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University of Delaware | Black American Studies | Temporary Assistant Professor of Instruction
Qualifications The Department of Black American Studies at the University of Delaware is seeking to fill a full time Temporary Assistant Professor of Instruction in Africana Studies or a related social science field. The successful candidate will join a vibrant department committed to teaching and doing research on people of African ancestry. The start date is September 1, 2014, and the position is for one year, renewable yearly for 2 additional years--subject to satisfactory performance. Salary is competitive.
Responsibilities/Duties Applicants will be expected to teach up to four core courses in our undergraduate program each semester, including such classes as Introduction to Black American Studies, Survey of African American Culture, and Contemporary Issues in African American Culture. Applicants with a PhD will receive priority. Applicants who are ABD will also be considered. The successful applicant must have a demonstrated ability to teach courses with a healthy enrollment. Dedication to working closely with students and other instructors is preferable. More information on the department may be obtained at our website: www.bams.udel.edu.
Application Procedures Applicants should visit www.udel.edu/udjobs and read the "Applicant Instructions" under the "Resources for Applicants" tab before submitting their application. At this website applicants must upload a letter of interest and curriculum vitae (in one document) when applying for this position. In addition, we are requesting that a teaching portfolio (that includes a teaching statement, student evaluations, and sample syllabi) be forwarded to Dr. Erica Armstrong- Dunbar at era@udel.edu. If necessary, printed materials may be sent to Search Committee--Temporary Visiting Assistant Professorship, Department of Black American Studies, 417 Ewing Hall, Newark DE 19716. Review of applications will begin June 2, 2014, and the position will remain open until filled. Inquiries should be addressed to the department chair, Carol E. Henderson at ceh@udel.edu.
Other Information Employment offers will be conditioned upon successful completion of a criminal background check. A conviction will not necessarily exclude you from employment.

The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer which encourages applications from Minority Group Members, Women, Individuals with Disabilities and Veterans. The Department of Black American Studies is committed to developing a diverse workforce. Salary is competitive. Application Deadline Review of applications will begin June 2, 2014, and the position will remain open until filled. | Do not post after NA

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DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS | POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS

For inquiries, please contact sgockows@gettysburg.edu

The Consortium for Faculty Diversity at Liberal Arts Colleges invites applications in all disciplines for Scholar-in-Residence appointments. Applicants should either be working toward a Ph.D. or a M.F.A. degree, or should have been awarded the degree no more than five years prior to the date of the application. Applicants must be either U.S. citizens or unconditional permanent residents, committed and willing to contribute to enhancing the diversity of member colleges and their faculties.

Scholars will receive a salary equivalent to that for beginning instructors or assistant professors. Postdoctoral scholars will be assigned to teach no more than 60% of the sponsoring institution’s teaching load, and participate in other activities at the host institution. Mentoring of teaching and scholarship will be provided. 

Applications are shared with all Consortium member schools that subsequently award appointments according to their policies and procedures.

While there is no deadline, most member schools begin reviewing applications in the fall.

Applications submitted on or after July 1, 2014 will be considered during 2014-15 for fellowships in academic year 2015-16.

Consortium Members Institutions: Allegheny College • Bard College at Simon’s Rock • Bowdoin College • Bryn Mawr College • Carleton College •Centenary College of LA • College of the Holy Cross • Colorado College • Denison University • DePauw University • Dickinson College • Gettysburg College • Goucher College • Grinnell College • Gustavus Adolphus College • Hamilton College • Haverford College • Hobart and William Smith Colleges • Lafayette College • Lawrence University • Luther College • Macalester College • Mount Holyoke College • Muhlenberg College • Oberlin College • Pitzer College • Pomona College • Reed College • University of Richmond • Ripon College •Saint Lawrence University •Saint Olaf College • Scripps College  • Skidmore College • Smith College • Southwestern University • Swarthmore College • Trinity College • Vassar College • Wellesley College • The College of Wooster

Please visit http://www.gettysburg.edu/about/offices/provost/cfd/for information and to apply.

For inquiries contact sgockows@gettysburg.edu

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DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS | POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS

In Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

The Consortium for Faculty Diversity at Liberal Arts Colleges invites applications in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics for Scholar-in-Residence appointments. Applicants should be working toward a PhD, or should have been awarded the degree no more than five years prior to the date of the application. Applicants must be either U.S. citizens or unconditional permanent residents, committed and willing to contribute to enhancing the diversity of member colleges and their faculties.

Scholars will receive a salary equivalent to that for beginning instructors or assistant professors. Postdoctoral scholars will be assigned to teach no more than 60% of the sponsoring institution’s teaching load, and participate in other activities at the host institution. Mentoring of teaching and scholarship will be provided. 

Applications are shared with all Consortium member schools that subsequently award appointments according to their policies and procedures.

While there is no deadline, most member schools begin reviewing applications in the fall.

Applications submitted on or after July 1, 2014 will be considered during 2014-15 for fellowships in academic year 2015-16.

Consortium Members Institutions: Allegheny College • Bard College at Simon’s Rock • Bowdoin College • Bryn Mawr College • Carleton College •Centenary College of LA •College of the Holy Cross  •Colorado College • Denison University • DePauw University • Dickinson College • Gettysburg College • Goucher College • Grinnell College • Gustavus Adolphus College • Hamilton College • Haverford College • Hobart and William Smith Colleges • Lafayette College • Lawrence University • Luther College • Macalester College • Mount Holyoke College • Muhlenberg College • Oberlin College • Pitzer College • Pomona College • Reed College • University of Richmond • Ripon College • Saint Olaf College • Scripps College  • Skidmore College • Smith College • Southwestern University • Swarthmore College • Trinity College • Vassar College • Wellesley College • The College of Wooster

Please visit http://www.gettysburg.edu/about/offices/provost/cfd/for information and to apply.

For inquiries contact sgockows@gettysburg.edu 

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The  University of Oklahoma | Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work | Faculty Positions - Tenure Track Assistant Professors (Norman Campus)

The University of Oklahoma, Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work invites nominations & applications for two 9-month tenure track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning August, 2014. The school is looking to expand our expertise in one or more of the following areas: lifespan development, Macro (Group, Community, Organizational) Theory and Practice, mental health, health, and administrative practice.

Qualificaions/Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and/or graduate courses in both foundation and advanced practice curriculums; developing and maintaining an active research agenda; field practicum, student advisement,  curriculum planning and development; and participating in service activities. Successful candidates are required to teach two courses each semester in addition to serve as faculty liaison to one section of field education per year.

Candidate requirements include an MSW, two years full-time post MSW practice experience preferred, and an earned doctorate, or completion of doctoral degree by August 2014 in Social Work or related discipline. The school is committed to enhancing faculty and staff diversity and especially encourages individuals from historically underrepresented populations to apply.

The school offers fully accredited Master and Bachelor Social Work Programs to 450 students annually, and is dedicated to the enhancement of human well-being, alleviation of poverty and oppression, and developing and improving systems of public social services. The school moved into the state-of-art Anne and Henry Zarrow Hall in 2011, a space featuring advanced computing and video technology, along with cutting edge social work practice observation suites. The following links provide more information about the School of Social Work:www.socialwork.ou.edu, facts about OU: http://www.ou.edu/publicaffairs/oufacts.html , a welcome from University President David Boren: http://www.ou.edu/content/web/about_ou/presidentswelcome.html and overview of University employee benefits: http://hr.ou.edu/employment/.

Application Procedures: Application materials are reviewed until the positions are filled and must include (1) a letter of application and interest, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) reference list with name, address, phone and e-mail address for a minimum of three references, and (4) any additional materials that support your candidacy. Materials are addressed to:

Dr. Julie E. Miller-Cribbs - Professor and Interim Director

University of Oklahoma, Anne & Henry Zarrow School of Social Work

700 Elm Avenue - Norman, OK 73019

For questions: E-MAIL: lbradford@ou.edu or CALL: (405) 325-9063

WE ARE SCREENING CANDIDATES AT CSWE-APM IN DALLAS, TX AND WILL ACCEPT APPLICATIONS UNTIL THE POSITION IS FILLED.

Other Information: Oklahoma is a state with geographic diversity including urban, metropolitan, and rural and frontier areas, and considerable socio-demographic and cultural diversity. Oklahoma ranks low in performance on almost all health and well-being measures, and this indication of high need places the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work in a position of responding to considerable social problems. With two campuses (Norman and Tulsa), the School delivers the only graduate program of social work in the state, and therefore holds sole responsibility for educating a diverse array of graduate students for a variety of professional Social Work practice fields. The School thrives on a collegial, engaged and supportive environment. The University provides exceptional institutional supports for new faculty in research development: http://vpr-norman.ou.edu/resources/newfaculty as well as teaching development: http://www.ou.edu/pii/index.html.  The City of Norman (pop 115,000) is 20 miles south of Oklahoma City (Metro pop. 1.1 million). This year, Norman, OK was named the third least expensive city to live in the United States by Kiplinger Personal Finance (2013). Norman has been consistently added to the list of best places to live in the U.S. because of strong community ties, high quality of life, and appreciation for diversity, the arts and culture. You can learn more about life in Norman: http://www.ci.norman.ok.us/content/norman-life and life in OKC: http://www.visitokc.com. The University of Oklahoma is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, sex, age, religion, disability, political beliefs, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures.

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California State University, Fresno | College of Social Sciences Political Science | American Politics Assistant Professor

California State University, Fresno is an engaged University, we focus on broadening students' intellectual horizons, fostering lifelong learning skills, developing the leaders of tomorrow, promoting community involvement, and instilling an appreciation of world cultures. We nurture cultural competence by celebrating the rich diversity of the campus community and welcoming the participation of all.  Available for Academic Year: 2014/2015.

Academic Preparation: This position requires a Ph.D. in political science, with a primary field specialty in American behavioral politics (we are open regarding the second sub-field). Candidates nearing completion of the Ph.D. (ABD) may be considered for the position, but their degree must be granted by the date of appointment (August 18, 2014).

Qualifications: The successful candidate must have a track record of successful teaching in political science courses as demonstrated by strong teaching evaluations. Preference will be given to candidates that have successfully served as the sole instructor of one or more courses. The successful candidate must also show a strong foundation of a career-long research agenda as demonstrated by at least one sole-authored research paper presented at a political science conference. Preference will be given to candidates who have published peer-reviewed research in political science. Preference will be given to candidates whose teaching and/or research focuses on the political behavior of minority populations.

Other Requirements: This position may require the satisfactory completion of a background check. This may include, submitting fingerprints to the LiveScan Print Services, and evidence of degree(s) and/or certification(s) at or prior to the appointment. California State University, Fresno publishes an Annual Safety and Security/Fire Safety Report in October. This report is provided in compliance with the 1998 Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act, and California Education Code section 67380. The report includes three calendar years of select campus crime statistics and it includes security policies and procedures for the campus. Applicants, students, and employees can obtain a copy of this report from the web site: www.fresnostate.edu/police/clery/index.shtml or by contacting the Campus Police Department. The person holding this position is considered a "mandated reporter" under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. You can obtain a copy of this Executive order by accessing the following web site: http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html

Position Characteristics: The Political Science Department is considered one of the strongest in the California State University system. It serves well over 200 undergraduate majors and has a strong Master's level program in public administration. The faculty specializes in all of the major sub-disciplines of political science. All faculty members are strong teachers, publish regularly in peer-reviewed political science journals, and are committed to service in the university and in the greater Fresno community. For more information, see http://www.fresnostate.edu/socialsciences/polysci/ The Department of Political Science at California State University, Fresno, is seeking a full-time, tenure-track faculty member to teach courses in the behavioral side of the American political science discipline focusing on the United States (e.g., American elections, political parties, public opinion, etc.). Specific assignments will depend on department needs. Faculty members may be called upon to teach in a distance-learning mode and/or encouraged to develop web-enhanced and/or web-based instruction. Outcomes assessment and service learning are important components of the university curriculum at California State University, Fresno. Faculty members are also expected to engage in service activities at all levels of the university and provide academic and professional advice to students. The successful candidate must have the ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, and students from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds, and to engage with diverse communities in California's Central Valley region. The university supports multidisciplinary cohorts in the areas of: Globalization and World Cultures; Urban and Regional Transformation; Water Technology, Management and Quality; Physical, Psychological and Environmental Health; Multiculturalism in the United States. Candidates with research interests to participate in one of these cohorts are encouraged to express those interests in their application.

Application Instructions: Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2013 and the search will close to all new applications on October 15, 2013. To apply, complete an online application at http://apptrkr.com/363627 and attach the following: (1) Cover letter; (2) Curriculum Vita; (3) Statement of Teaching Philosophy; (4) Unofficial Transcripts. The following attachment is recommended but not required: (5) Sole-authored paper presented at PLSI Conference. In additional, candidate selected for interview will be asked to submit (6) Three letters of Recommendation; and (7) Official transcripts.

The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires the University to inform you that we can employ only U.S. citizens and aliens lawfully authorized to work in the U.S. Each new employee is required to present documentation verifying his/her identity and authorization to accept employment.

Fresno State has been recognized as an Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI); an Asian American/Native American/Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI); and has been designated to the Community Engagement Classification by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Faculty members gain a clear path to tenure through the University's Probationary Plan Process. 

Salary placement depends upon academic preparation and professional experience. Instructional Level: Undergraduate and Graduate

Equal Employment Opportunity: California State University, Fresno is committed to maintaining and implementing employment policies and procedures in compliance with applicable state and federal equal employment opportunity laws and regulations. The University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information or veteran status.

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Alabama State University | Department Communications | Chair, Associate Professor of Communications

Qualifications A Ph.D. in Communications, or related field (Public Administration, Public Affairs, Public Policy, International Relations, Government), credentials to qualify for the rank of associate professor or higher with 3 years of teaching experience at the college or university level. Preference will be given to applicants serving in an academic administrative position at the college/university level and to those who qualify for full professor.
Responsibilities/Duties Alabama State University, Academic Affairs, invites applications to fill the position of Chair, Associate Professor of Communications. This position reports to the dean and supervises the work of all faculty and staff members assigned to the department; assists the dean with formulating and administering instructional and academic policies; develops and revises courses, ensures that course syllabi are prepared properly and are up to date and incorporates methods for improving instruction; transmits course objectivities and departmental reports to the dean; promotes the preparation of grant proposals to fund departmental programs; assists in administering grants awarded to support such programs; supervises the preparation of materials pertaining the department to be published in University catalogs; identifies the need for new faculty positions or the need to fill vacant positions; evaluates the performance of faculty members of the department; prepares class schedules, makes faculty assignments, and ensures that the competencies are consistent with departmental objectives; ensures that all departmental majors and minors receive proper academic advising; determines the need of supplies, equipment, library and related materials and ensures these needs are met; prepares and submits a departmental budget, in consultation with the Dean of the College and University financial planners and ensures the approved budget is administered properly; teaches courses as prescribed for academic chairs and performs other duties as assigned.
Application Procedures Visit the Alabama State University website at www.alasu.edu/hr to complete an online employment application. Salary Negotiable
Application Deadline Until Filled | Do not post after N/A

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Alabama State University | Department History & Political Science | Chair, Associate Professor of History or Political Science
Qualifications A Ph.D. in History, Political Science or related field (Public Administration, Public Affairs, Public Policy, International Relations or Government), credentials to qualify for the rank of associate professor or higher with 3 years of teaching experience at the college or university level. Preference will be given to applicants serving in an academic administrative position at the college/university level and to those who qualify for full professor.
Responsibilities/Duties Alabama State University, Academic Affairs, invites applications to fill the vacant position of Chair/Professor of History and Political Science. This position reports to the dean and supervises the work of all faculty and staff members assigned to the department; assists the dean with formulating and administering instructional and academic policies; develops and revises courses, ensures that course syllabi are prepared properly and up to date and incorporate methods for improving instruction; transmits course objectives and departmental reports to the dean; promotes the preparation of grant proposals to fund departmental programs; assists in administering grants awarded to support such programs; supervises the preparation of materials pertaining to the department to be published in University catalogs; identifies the need for new faculty positions or the need to fill vacant positions; evaluates the performance of faculty members of the department; prepares class schedules, makes faculty assignments, and ensures that the competencies are consistent with departmental objectives; ensures that all departmental majors and minors receive proper academic advising; determines the need of supplies, equipment, library and related materials and ensures these needs are met; prepares and submits a departmental budget, in consultation with the Dean of the College and University financial planners and ensures the approved budget is administered properly; teaches courses as prescribed for academic chairs and performs other duties as assigned.
Application Procedures Visit the Alabama State University website at www.alasu.edu/hr to complete an online employment application. Salary Negotiable

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