JOB: Asst Prof, Contemporary @ Fordham University

Description

The department of Art History and Music at Fordham University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the field of global contemporary art history, to begin in Fall 2023. We welcome candidates who examine contemporary art since 1945 from a global and transnational perspective and understand the effects of globalization, migration, and racism on contemporary artistic practices. We anticipate that our new colleague will further strengthen course offerings on non-Western art in our department and develop elements of our curriculum focused on curatorial studies, a key area of students’ interest. Commitment to anti-racist pedagogy, diversity, equity, and inclusion in a classroom setting is required. 

The successful candidate will teach introductory art history survey courses as well as upper-level electives, primarily at our Lincoln Center campus. She/he/they will be strongly encouraged to work closely with other departments and programs such as American Studies, African and African American Studies, the Latin American and Latino Studies Institute, and Middle East Studies at Fordham, and to take advantage of access to cultural institutions located in New York City. Candidates should hold a PhD in art history by June 1, 2023, have a dynamic research agenda, and be able to demonstrate effectiveness as a classroom teacher.

Cultural and intellectual pluralism are essential to the excellence of our program. We strive to foster and contribute to an academic culture and a campus community that attract and support the development of stellar and diverse faculty, reflecting the global environment in which we live and work. As such, we are especially interested in candidates whose specialties could lead to collaborations with faculty within the department and across the university, and with organizations in the larger metropolitan area.

Fordham is an independent, Catholic University in the Jesuit tradition, committed to excellence through diversity. Fordham is an equal opportunity employer, and we especially encourage women, people of color, veterans, and people with disabilities to apply.

Qualifications

Candidates should hold a PhD in art history by June 1, 2023, have a dynamic research agenda, and be able to demonstrate effectiveness as a classroom teacher.

Application Instructions

Please submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae (with references listed), and a writing sample to Interfolio. Please also arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent directly via Interfolio. The application is considered complete only when all three recommendation letters have been received. Application deadline: October 7, 2022

https://apply.interfolio.com/110003

JOB: Asst Prof, Medieval/Early Modern @ University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaignt

The Art History Program in the School of Art & Design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Art History (Medieval and/or Early Modern) beginning August 16, 2023. 

Qualifications

The qualified candidate will demonstrate research expertise in the art and visual cultures in any of the periods from the early medieval through the late seventeenth century (circa 400-1700). The geographic areas of specialization are open, with a preference for global approaches. The University of Illinois is committed to supporting research projects and teaching practices that support just, equitable, and sustainable communities. A Ph.D. in Art History or a related discipline by the start of the appointment is required. 

Responsibilities

The qualified candidate will join an interdisciplinary faculty and contribute to our curriculum by developing both general and specialized undergraduate courses for majors and non-majors, as well as research-area focused seminars for graduate students. Teaching responsibilities include a 2/2 teaching load across two semesters. These typically include at least one introductory course, one advanced undergraduate seminar, and a graduate seminar. Existing courses are viewable at the following website: http://catalog.illinois.edu/courses-of-instruction/arth/.

The successful candidate will mentor students at all levels, supervise Ph.D. and M.A. dissertation/thesis work, while contributing to the overall vitality of the program, school and university through active outreach with other campus units, and participation in various committees.

The Art History Program

The Art History Program consists of six full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty members, plus lecturers and affiliated faculty. Degrees offered at the undergraduate level are the B.A. in Art History and the B.F.A. in Art and Art History. The program offers an M.A. and Ph.D. in Art History at the graduate level. Graduate courses in Art History also support graduate minors in Museum Studies and Medieval Studies. The University Library is the largest among publicly supported educational institutions in the country. There are two university museums, the Krannert Art Museum(kam.illinois.edu) and the Spurlock Museum (spurlock.illinois.edu).  Faculty of the Art History Program actively collaborate with other university units such as the Illinois Global Institute. This institute houses the Center for African Studies, Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies, Center for Global Studies, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Center for South Asian and Middle East Studies, European Union Center, Lemann Institute for Brazilian Studies, the Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Center, among other cross-disciplinary area studies units. Faculty also engage with Gender and Woman’s Studies, the Humanities Research Institute, and the Unit for Criticism & Interpretive Theory. Additional information about the Art History Program and other faculty areas can be found at: https://art.illinois.edu/programs-and-applying/doctoral-programs/phd-art-history/ . 

University of Illinois

As a part of the College of Fine and Applied Arts at Illinois, the School of Art & Design offers ready opportunity for collaborations with Krannert Art Museum and Krannert Center for Performing Arts, and with active departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Dance, Theater, and Music.

The University of Illinois is strongly international, and recognized for excellence in the Sciences, Engineering, Humanities, and the Arts. Champaign‐Urbana is in East Central Illinois, within short driving distance to Chicago, Indianapolis, and St. Louis. For more information, please visit: www.illinois.edu for the University, https://faa.illinois.edu for the College, and https://art.illinois.edu for the School.

SalaryCommensurate with experience.

Application Procedures

To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by October 21, 2022. Interviews may take place prior to the closing date; however, no decision will be made until after that date.  Please create your candidate profile at http://jobs.illinois.edu (Job ID: 1012249). For questions regarding the application process, please contact 217-333-2137. Complete submissions must include the following:

1.       A letter of application

2.       Curriculum vitae

3.       Scholarly writing sample 

4.       List of three references – online application will require names and contact information for three references.

Please clearly title all files using your last name and the contents (“lastname_curriculum_vitae” or “lastname_ltr_of_applic”)

For additional information regarding the position, please contact:

Professor Oscar E. Vázquez

School of Art & Design

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

408 East Peabody Drive

Champaign, IL 61820

217-333-0855

oscarv@illinois.edu

The University of Illinois System is an equal opportunity employer, including but not limited to disability and/or veteran status, and complies with all applicable state and federal employment mandates. Please visit Required Employment Notices and Posters to view our non-discrimination statement and find additional information about required background checks, sexual harassment/misconduct disclosures, COVID-19 vaccination requirement, and employment eligibility review through E-Verify.

Applicants with disabilities are encouraged to apply and may request a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (2008) to complete the application and/or interview process. Requests may be submitted through the reasonable accommodations portal, or by contacting the Accessibility & Accommodations Division of the Office for Access and Equity at 217-333-0885, or by emailing accessibility@illinois.edu.

JOB: Asst Prof, Art of the Americas @ University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The Art History Program in the School of Art & Design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Art History (Americas) beginning August 16, 2023. 

Qualifications

The qualified candidate will demonstrate research expertise in the art and visual cultures of the Americas from any period, with a preference for someone who can teach both contemporary art and a course on the Americas that includes material before 1800. 

Applications from candidates whose research intersects with one or more of the following will be especially welcomed: Native American, Black, Latinx, or Asian American visual cultures, gender, or queer theory. The University of Illinois is committed to supporting research projects and teaching practices that support just, equitable, and sustainable communities. A Ph.D. in Art History or a related discipline by the start of the appointment is required. 

Responsibilities

The qualified candidate will join an interdisciplinary faculty and contribute to our curriculum by developing both general and specialized undergraduate courses for majors and non-majors, as well as research-area focused seminars for graduate students. Teaching responsibilities include a 2/2 teaching load across two semesters. These typically include at least one introductory course, one advance undergraduate art history seminar, and a graduate seminar. Existing courses are viewable at the following website: http://catalog.illinois.edu/courses-of-instruction/arth/.

The successful candidate will mentor students at all levels, supervise Ph.D. and M.A. dissertation/thesis work, while contributing to the overall vitality of the program, school and university through active outreach with other campus units, and participation in various committees.

The Art History Program

The Art History Program consists of six full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty members, plus lecturers and affiliated faculty. Degrees offered at the undergraduate level are the B.A. in Art History and the B.F.A. in Art and Art History. The program offers an M.A. and Ph.D. in Art History at the graduate level. Graduate courses in Art History also support graduate minors in Museum Studies and Medieval Studies. The University Library is the largest among publicly supported educational institutions in the country. There are two university museums, the Krannert Art Museum(kam.illinois.edu) and the Spurlock Museum (spurlock.illinois.edu).  Faculty of the Art History Program actively collaborate with other university units such as the Illinois Global Institute. This institute houses the Center for African Studies, Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies, Center for Global Studies, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Center for South Asian and Middle East Studies, European Union Center, Lemann Institute for Brazilian Studies, the Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Center, among other cross-disciplinary area studies units. Faculty also engage with Gender and Woman’s Studies, the Humanities Research Institute, and the Unit for Criticism & Interpretive Theory. Additional information about the Art History Program and other faculty areas can be found at: https://art.illinois.edu/programs-and-applying/doctoral-programs/phd-art-history/.

University of Illinois

As a part of the College of Fine and Applied Arts at Illinois, the School of Art & Design offers ready opportunity for collaborations with Krannert Art Museum and Krannert Center for Performing Arts, and with active departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Dance, Theater, and Music.

The University of Illinois is strongly international, and recognized for excellence in the Sciences, Engineering, Humanities, and the Arts. Champaign‐Urbana is in East Central Illinois, within short driving distance to Chicago, Indianapolis, and St. Louis. For more information, please visit: www.illinois.edu for the University, https://faa.illinois.edu for the College, and https://art.illinois.edu for the School.

SalaryCommensurate with experience.

Application Procedures

To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by October 21, 2022. Interviews may take place prior to the closing date; however, no decision will be made until after that date.  Please create your candidate profile at http://jobs.illinois.edu (Job ID: 1012239). For questions regarding the application process, please contact 217-333-2137. Complete submissions must include the following:

1.      A letter of application

2.      Curriculum vitae

3.      Scholarly writing sample 

4.      List of three references – online application will require names and contact information for three references.

Please clearly title all files using your last name and the contents (“lastname_curriculum_vitae” or “lastname_ltr_of_applic”)

For additional information regarding the position, please contact:

Professor David O’Brien

School of Art & Design

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

408 East Peabody Drive

Champaign, IL 61820

217-333-0855

obrien1@illinois.edu

The University of Illinois must also comply with applicable federal export control laws and regulations and, as such, reserves the right to employ restricted party screening procedures for applicants.

The University of Illinois System is an equal opportunity employer, including but not limited to disability and/or veteran status, and complies with all applicable state and federal employment mandates. Please visit Required Employment Notices and Posters to view our non-discrimination statement and find additional information about required background checks, sexual harassment/misconduct disclosures, COVID-19 vaccination requirement, and employment eligibility review through E-Verify.

Applicants with disabilities are encouraged to apply and may request a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (2008) to complete the application and/or interview process. Requests may be submitted through the reasonable accommodations portal, or by contacting the Accessibility & Accommodations Division of the Office for Access and Equity at 217-333-0885, or by emailing accessibility@illinois.edu.

JOB: Asst Prof in Africana Art and Visual Culture @ Davidson College

The Africana Studies Department at Davidson College seeks to hire a tenure-track assistant professor with expertise in Africana Art and Visual Culture.

https://employment.davidson.edu/en-us/job/494254/assistant-professor-in-africana-art-and-visual-culture

Scholars whose work addresses larger art and visual cultures and interdisciplinary questions that the study of Africa and the African diaspora prompt are especially welcome to apply.

Our Africana Studies curriculum reflects the great ethnic, racial, and religious diversity within the category of “blackness,” and explores the artistic, historical, literary, and theoretical expressions of the various African and African Diaspora cultures.

Because Davidson College is committed to diversity and inclusion, we especially welcome candidates who have benefited from, contributed to, or created programs directed toward these important values. As a result of the College’s fundraising efforts, the new colleague in this position will belong to a cohort stemming from three tenure-track searches the Africana Studies Department is conducting this year.

The candidate must be able to teach introductory and upper-level courses in their field of expertise in Africana Arts and Visual Culture. Courses should engage themes and topics in Africana art and visual culture, informed by critical, theoretical, and/or disciplinary perspectives. The successful candidate will teach Africana 101 and the Senior capstone in a rotation with other Africana colleagues.

Candidates are expected to engage actively in research or creative activity related to Africana Art and Visual Culture. Success in the position will require continued scholarly activities through conference presentations, publications, and professional accomplishments within the field.

Digital media literacy is highly desired but not required.

Additional responsibilities include advising of undergraduates, participation in college committees and departmental tasks, and directing student research.

Requirements:

Doctoral Degree (PhD. or equivalent) or terminal degree in related field (with publication record) by July 1, 2023.
Evidence of demonstrated or potential excellence in and enthusiasm for undergraduate teaching.
Record of scholarship at the intersection of Africana Studies, Art and Visual Culture.
Materials:

Review of completed applications and supporting materials at employment.davidson.edu will start on October 31, 2022.
The following materials are required of all applicants:

Concise cover letter,
C.V.,
Unofficial graduate transcript,
Statement of research interests,
Statement of interest in teaching at a liberal arts college with a diverse student body, outlining how their teaching and research might contribute to Davidson’s institutional commitment to diversity and inclusion,
One 25 to 35-page writing sample of relevant work,
Contact information for three references, one of which is to address the candidate’s engagement with Africana Studies specifically. Letters will be requested after initial screening of applications.
Davidson College is searching for three tenure track faculty in Africana Studies and three in visual and performing arts to join a community committed to expanding offerings in African, African Diaspora, Latin American and Latinx, and Asian studies. Read more about this initiative.

New employees with a start date on or later than March 1, 2022 must be fully vaccinated when they first report to work at Davidson College. Please see the full new hire vaccination policy here.

Davidson College is a highly selective, residential, four-year liberal arts college, located 20 miles from Charlotte, NC that is consistently ranked among the top liberal arts colleges in the country. Davidson faculty members enjoy a low faculty-student ratio, emphasis on and appreciation of excellence in teaching, and outstanding facilities. A collegial, respectful atmosphere honors academic achievement and integrity, upholds educational excellence, encourages student-faculty collaborative research, and prioritizes inclusive pedagogy.

At Davidson College, we believe the college grows stronger by recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff committed to building an inclusive community. In order to achieve and sustain educational excellence, we seek to hire talented faculty and staff across the intersections of diverse races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, gender identities, ages, socio-economic backgrounds, political perspectives, abilities, cultures, and national origins.

JOB: Historical Archaeology of the African Diaspora @ Boston University

The Department of Anthropology at Boston University invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor (tenure-track) with a focus on the historical archaeology of the African Diaspora in the Americas, beginning Fall 2023. We seek specialists in the material culture and history of African diasporic communities in North, Central, or South America, including the Caribbean. Temporal period and technical specialty are open; community and public approaches to archaeology are especially welcome. We will give greater consideration to archaeologists whose scholarship and teaching complement those of current Archaeology faculty and bridge cognate campus programs, including African American Studies, American and New England Studies, Latin American Studies, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Successful applicants will have evidence of an ongoing research program (field, lab, and/or museum/archival), evidence of teaching effectiveness, and evidence of a commitment to increasing diversity and fostering inclusion in academia.

Boston University strives to create environments for learning, working, and living that are enriched by racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity. We expect an active record of publication, teaching experience, a willingness to participate actively in undergraduate and graduate student advising, and a commitment to the department’s and university’s institutional values regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion. Application materials should be submitted through https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/22368 by October 10, 2022, and should include a cover letter, current CV, diversity statement, teaching portfolio, and contact information for three references. In the cover letter and teaching portfolio we invite candidates to explain how their teaching and mentorship activities work to increase student awareness of African Diasporic communities of the Americas and contribute to more inclusive intellectual discourse.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. 

JOB: Asst Prof, Ancient Art @ UCLA

The Department of Art History, University of California, Los Angeles, invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor specializing in Ancient Art of the Mediterranean basin (prior to 300 CE), including, more broadly, Western Asia or North Africa, to start July 1, 2023. We seek a scholar whose work emphasizes methodological innovation as well as transdisciplinary, interregional and global approaches. Ph.D. is required. We especially welcome candidates whose experience in teaching, research, or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. Competence in relevant ancient and modern research languages required.

Please submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae, sample publication, statement on contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and names and contact information for three referees online at https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF07835.

For more information, contact Professor Sharon Gerstel, Chair, Search Committee at gerstel@humnet.ucla.edu. Application deadline: November 15.

JOB: Asst Prof, Premodern Visual Cultures @ Bates College

The Department of Art and Visual Culture, in conjunction with the Religious Studies Department and the Classical and Medieval Studies Program, seeks a tenure-track colleague in premodern visual cultures with an emphasis on visual cultures produced in and among varied religious cultures, including Islamic, Christian, and/or Jewish, in the centuries before 1500 CE. We envision a colleague whose research and teaching attend to issues of power and privilege, racism and colonialism as these exist(ed) within the historical world under consideration, within the academic fields of the history of art and visual cultures and religious studies, and as they relate foundationally to modern structures of oppression.

The successful candidate should have completed all necessary requirements for the Ph.D. by the start of the contract and will teach five courses per year in premodern visual cultures. Courses should range from beginning to advanced levels and some should center substantial religious-studies content, broadly defined. Academic advising – including senior-thesis advising – is a regular component of the position.

Our students represent a wide range of experiences and identities. We seek a colleague who is committed to building a strong and inclusive community of learning in our related fields. We encourage applications from individuals from underrepresented backgrounds and identities, individuals who have followed nontraditional pathways to higher education, and individuals with a demonstrated interest in advancing the college’s continuing commitments to equity and inclusion. Candidates should identify their strengths and experiences in these areas.

For full consideration, applications should be received by November 1, 2022. Applicants should submit the following: a cover letter (including a brief overview of scholarly work and a list of potential courses); curriculum vitae (including a list of referees); and statements on teaching, research, and past and/or potential contributions to inclusive excellence and other equity and inclusion efforts. Applicants should also anticipate providing a sample of their written work, as well as three letters of recommendation, in subsequent stages of the search process.

For more information about employment at Bates, please visit www.bates.edu/employment/.

www.bates.edu/employment/opportunities/?job=492560

JOB: Asst Prof, Asian Art @ University of Richmond

The Department of Art & Art History at the University of Richmond invites applications for a tenure-track position in Asian Art History at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning August 2023. The successful candidate must demonstrate promise of scholarly distinction and excellence in teaching. The department welcomes any area and period of specialization in the field, but the candidate must be able to teach a survey of Asian Art. We seek candidates who display a knowledge of new methods and approaches to the study of art history, including curatorial practice, transculturalisms, and subalternity. Beyond the survey course, the successful candidate is expected to develop courses from introductory to upper levels that range from ancient to contemporary Asian art, depending on their specialization, and that advance the Art History program’s goal of making its curriculum more inclusive. The ideal candidate will also be able to build connections with our related departmental program in Visual and Media Arts Practice.

The teaching load is five courses per year, in addition to some supervision of senior theses. The teaching of the two-semester senior thesis seminar, which is the capstone course for our majors, rotates among the art history faculty, but all faculty act as readers each year. Student research is a cornerstone of both the department’s curriculum and that of the university. A completed Ph.D. is expected prior to appointment.

The University of Richmond is a private university located just a short drive from downtown Richmond, Virginia. Through its five schools and wide array of campus programming, the University combines the best qualities of a small liberal arts college and a large university. With nearly 4,000 students, an 8:1 student-faculty ratio, and 92% of traditional undergraduate students living on campus, the University is remarkably student-centered, focused on preparing students “to live lives of purpose, thoughtful inquiry, and responsible leadership in a global and pluralistic society.”

The University of Richmond is committed to developing a diverse workforce and student body, and to modeling an inclusive campus community which values the expression of difference in ways that promote excellence in teaching, learning, personal development, and institutional success. Our academic community strongly encourages applications that are in keeping with this commitment. For more information on the Department of Art and Art History, please visit: http://art.richmond.edu.

Applicants should apply online at http://jobs.richmond.edu and submit the following materials: a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests and goals, and a teaching statement. The teaching statement should articulate the candidate’s teaching philosophy, interests, and future professional development goals, as well as their involvement in and commitment to inclusive pedagogy. We strongly encourage applications from people of color, women, first-generation scholars, LGBTQ+ people, and members of other marginalized populations. Candidates for this position may be asked, at a later date, to provide the names and contact information for three references. Review of applications will commence October 15, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Questions about the position should be addressed to the Chair of the Search Committee, Professor Elena Calvillo (ecalvill@richmond.edu).

JOB: Asst. Prof., African American Art @ Santa Clara University

SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY, a Jesuit, Catholic university located in the Silicon Valley area of California, seeks candidates to fill the position of Assistant Professor, a tenure-track faculty position in African American art, secondary expertise in the arts of Africa or the greater African Diaspora desirable. The Department of Art and Art History has a commitment to recruit faculty from under-represented groups, contributing to our continuation to meet our diversity and inclusion goals and actions, both in the classroom and in the larger Department community. Courses to be taught include a two-quarter Culture and Ideas 1 & 2 sequence, possibly one course for Culture and Ideas 3, an introductory course in African American, African diaspora, or African art, and upper division courses in the candidate’s area of specialty. Cultures and Ideas courses will be broadly grounded in the applicant’s specialty with a strong interdisciplinary approach to the field; see http://www.scu.edu/provost/ugst/core2009/faculty.cfm for more information. Ability to teach African American art as part of a broader global perspective is thus highly desirable. Ph.D. required by time of appointment, as well as publications and teaching experience beyond the level of teaching assistant. The Department of Art and Art History is situated in a recently-built facility, equipped with custom designed art history classrooms. The department offers majors and minors in Art History as part of well-rounded liberal arts education. We are seeking teaching scholars who will develop and present their scholarship at a national and international level while maintaining a successful learning environment for students.

This position is part of a cluster hire in Race, Inequality, and Social Justice. The six participating departments are Art and Art History, English, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health, and Religious Studies. The 2022 cohort includes faculty in Anthropology, Child Studies, Classics, Communication, History, and Religious Studies. The purpose of the cluster hire is to recruit talented, accomplished, diverse faculty members who will advance knowledge and understanding in this area through their scholarship and teaching. Once hired, the faculty in the cluster will meet regularly as a cohort to network with a variety of colleagues in the College and University involved in scholarship and teaching related to the theme of the cluster.

Santa Clara University is an educational institution that highly values ethics, social justice, and global engagement. The ability to involve undergraduate students in your scholarship is strongly desirable, as well as the potential for engagement with one of our three Centers of Distinction (Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship, Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education, and the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics). Salary and benefits are highly competitive. Benefits package includes registered domestic partners, housing subsidy program, pre-tenure research leave, and internal grant program.

For more information and to apply, visit: https://wd1.myworkdaysite.com/en-US/recruiting/scu/scu/job/Assistant-Professor–African-American-Art-African-or-African-Diaspora_R2619

JOB: African Art and Visual Culture @ FIT

Open Rank (Assistant or Associate Professor)

https://fitnyc.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=148842

The History of Art Department seeks an historian of African Art and visual culture who will teach innovative historical surveys of ancient to contemporary African art, as well as develop more specialized courses.

The successful candidate will contribute to the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences minors, which include African American and Africana Studies and Middle East and North African Studies, and contribute to the department, School, and College and beyond the classroom through committee and college-wide service, engaging in scholarly activities through conference presentations and publications, and demonstrate professional accomplishments in the discipline. The successful candidate will demonstrate familiarity with best-teaching practices including pedagogical innovation, inclusive strategies, and teaching pedagogy that incorporates new technologies.

This faculty position will begin in Fall 2023. Review of applications will commence October 1, 2022 and continue until the position is filled. The salary and appointment rank will be based on education level and cumulative experience. Please note a background check is required for appointment to this position.

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