Visiting Assistant Professor or Visiting Instructor of Comparative PoliticsDate Posted: 09/28/20
The Wabash College Political Science Department invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor or Visiting Instructor of Comparative Politics for the Spring 2021 semester.
The appointment is for one semester, and the teaching assignment will be three courses: two sections of introductory comparative politics and one intermediate-level course. We anticipate that these will be in-person courses, but with flexibility to offer hybrid instruction.
The successful candidate must have graduate training in political science. A PhD or ABD candidate with strong background and teaching experience in comparative politics is preferred.
This full-time position offers a competitive salary, benefits, and support for professional development. Wabash College does not provide H-1B or other immigration case sponsorship for short-term visiting positions.
To apply, click the “Apply Now” button to submit a cover letter that includes a discussion of your teaching philosophy, a curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for three references who can address your scholarship and teaching background.
Please direct questions about the position to Dr. Shamira Gelbman, Chair of the Political Science Department, at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled, with preference given to applications received before October 15.
Wabash College, a liberal arts college for men, seeks faculty and staff committed to providing quality engagement with students, high levels of academic challenge and support, and meaningful diversity experiences that prepare students for life and leadership in a multicultural global world. We welcome applications from persons of all backgrounds. EOE.
Contact:Ms. Pam Sacco
Academic Administrative Coordinator
P.O. Box 352
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
For general questions about the position or the department, contact:Dr. Shamira Gelbman
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