Columbus State University, Center for International Education
Mildred Miller Fort Foundation Visiting Scholar in European Studies
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Georgia, United States|
|Position:||Visiting Scholar, Visiting Professor|
Columbus State University is seeking a distinguished visiting scholar to serve as the 14th Mildred Miller Fort Foundation Visiting Scholar in European Studies. Past visiting scholars include Cathie Carmichael, David Wilcock, Michael Schulz, Reneo Lukic, Jeffrey Hill, Igor Kuzmin, Klas Borell, Maya Soboleva, Mario Kessler, Rebecca Pelan, Zoltán Berényi, Marina Dabić and Dorin Andrica.
The Fort Foundation Visiting Scholar will demonstrate expertise in his/her field. Desirable fields in European studies include (but are not limited to) art, biology, business, communication, counseling, economics, teacher education, English literature, European languages, health science, history, international relations, life sciences, marketing, music, philosophy, physical sciences, politics, public health, and theatre.
The scholar will hold a one semester appointment during August-December 2014. The visiting scholar will teach two limited enrollment advanced classes and be involved in selected campus and community activities conducted in the English language. The visiting scholar will be provided with a two bedroom loft apartment close to the RiverPark campus, an office and will receive remuneration corresponding to a full professorship and commensurate with experience.
Nominations are strongly encouraged. To receive full consideration, applications must be received by 15 February 2014. Send a letter of interest with proposed teaching courses and outreach activities, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three references to: Dr. Neal R. McCrillis, Director, Center for International Education, Columbus State University, 4225 University Avenue, Columbus, GA 31907-5645.
Columbus State University is a comprehensive university within the University System of Georgia. It enrolls more than 8,500 students and is located in Columbus, Georgia, a metropolitan area of 250,000, ninety miles southwest of Atlanta. Columbus has a vital and supportive arts community and is home to the Columbus Museum, The River Center for the Performing Arts, the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Corn Center for the Visual Arts, Theatre on the Park and the Springer Opera House. An informative website for the city of Columbus may be found at: http://www.visitcolumbusga.com/. Relevant university websites include www.columbusstate.edu/ and http://cie.columbusstate.edu/.
Columbus State University is an AA/EOE employer.