The Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Criminology invites applications for a tenure- track faculty position in Sociology at the rank of assistant or associate professor to begin Fall 2020. The position requires teaching undergraduate courses integral to our sociology program, advising undergraduate students who are majoring in our department’s programs, participating in research/scholarly activities and maintaining an active research agenda, and providing service to the department, college, campus, discipline, and/or to the local community.
Required Qualifications for the rank of assistant professor:
A Ph.D. in Sociology from an accredited university by the start of appointment.
Ability to teach Introduction to Sociology, with other specialties open.
Successful college teaching experience.
Evidence of an active research agenda.
Required Qualifications for the rank of associate professor:
In addition to meeting the standards listed above, candidates for the rank of associate professor must demonstrate:
a solid publication record
solid service contributions in the area(s) of department, college, campus, discipline, and community
Preferred Qualifications (for both ranks):
Ability to teach Sociological Theory.
Evidence of ability to work effectively with diverse groups.
Internal Number: 335118
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