University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Honors College
Lecturer - U.S. History
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University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Lecturer. Honors College. The UWM Honors College offers a General Education/Liberal Arts curriculum: small, writing-intensive, interdisciplinary seminars and individualized instruction for outstanding undergraduates within an urban context. The successful candidate, who will hold the working title of Dean’s Visiting Assistant Professor and have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and learning, must have: a Ph.D. in History or related field by June 15, 2013 with a specialization in 19th/20th century U.S. History and experience teaching academic writing. Preferred candidates will also have experience: designing interdisciplinary classes, teaching small, interactive seminar-style classes, and teaching courses that include global, media, gender, or ethnic studies. Customary teaching load is three Honors seminars per semester, in addition to attending staff meetings, participating in Honors College faculty development initiatives centered on undergraduate teaching, and serving on Honors College committees as needed.
This non-tenured appointment is for the 2013-2014 academic year, with the possibility of renewal. Candidates should apply to: http://jobs.uwm.edu/postings/11112
Candidates must apply by midnight on January 2, 2013. UWM is an AA/EO Employer.