The Department of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies seeks applications for a tenure-track (9 month) teaching scholar in sociology at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin August 2017. This position is part of a rich interdisciplinary department that supports a BA and BS in Sociology. Candidates must be able to teach both introductory courses and upper division courses, in particular Social Psychology. Other areas of interest are open. Special consideration will be given to those who can support the Environmental Sustainability degree (with courses such as rural sociology, environmental sociology, sociology of food), Social Science major, Native American Studies minor, or LatinX minor. A Ph.D. in Sociology or closely related or interdisciplinary field and a demonstrated ability to teach Sociology and mentor students are required. Candidates that are ABD will be considered with the expectation that the degree will be completed by August 2017.
The Department of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies has a diverse faculty and student population. Successful candidates should be most interested in teaching in a diverse setting and maintain a modest yet rigorous research agenda.
Western New Mexico University serves a diverse multicultural population of more than 3,500 students including non-traditional students. WNMU’s mission emphasizes a commitment to diversity, regional service, and exemplary teaching.
Cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, writing sample, unofficial transcripts, and names and contact information of three references
Position Closes: February 3, 2017
Apply here: https://wnmu.hiretouch.com
Direct questions to: Emma G. Bailey, PhD 575-538-5478 firstname.lastname@example.org
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