Political ScienceMS-B1805Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
Joseph PeschekDepartment Chair651email@example.com
POSITION OPEN IN
The Department of Political Science in the College of
Liberal Arts (CLA) at Hamline University seeks candidates for a tenure track
position as an Assistant Professor of Political Science, with a focus in
international/comparative politics beginning Fall 2014. The Assistant Professor
of Political Science will be responsible for teaching our introductory World
Politics course, and will be staffed on our First Year Seminar on a rotating
basis. Other teaching areas might include (but are not limited to) Human
Rights, Democratization, International Political Economy, Political Research
and Analysis, or another regional focus. Assistant Professor of Political
Science is also encouraged to contribute to Hamline’s East Asian Studies and Global
Studies Programs, and possibly to the Model United Nations program as well. Successful
candidates should be committed to effective teaching and quality
Candidates must possess PhD in Political Science or ABD Status. Candidates must also possess expertise in international
and comparative politics, with a specific ability to teach about the politics
of East Asia, including China.
Interested applicants should submit the following
application materials: 1) cover letter, 2) curriculum vitae 3) three letters of
reference, 4) transcripts, 5) short writing sample and 6) representative
syllabi and teaching evaluation summaries (if available). Candidates must
submit applications via the Academic Jobs Online web site via https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3288 Inquiries about the position may be
directed to Professor and Chair of Political Science Joseph Peschek at firstname.lastname@example.org and further
information about the university and the department may be found at www.hamline.edu. Application materials must be received by
NOVEMBER 4, 2013. Hamline University
is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer and educator.
Welcome to the Political Science Department at Hamline University.
The Hamline University political science department aims to provide students with a comprehensive introduction to the subject matter, methods, and assumptions of political science. Our overriding goal is to help students understand the dynamic and changing political world in which they live and its ramifications for their lives. In the process, students also acquire improved analytic, speaking, and writing skills necessary for succeeding in a challenging sociopolitical and work environment.
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