Sacred Heart University, History
Full-Time Non Tenure Track Faculty Position (20th Century American History)
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Connecticut, United States|
|Position:||Non-Tenure Track Faculty|
Sacred Heart University's Department of History invites applications for a non-tenure track full-time position beginning in August 2019. The position carries a four-course teaching requirement per semester. The successful candidate will teach primarily the undergraduate first year Western Civilization sequence and the first year seminar course and will be prepared to teach upper division courses in their field of specialty.
This position requires a Ph.D. in History at the time of appointment and a specialty in 20th century American History. We seek a candidate with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching and evidence of scholarly productivity.
Sacred Heart University, rooted in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and the Liberal Arts, embraces a vision for social justice, educates students in mind, body, and spirit to prepare them personally and professionally to make a difference in the global community.
Sacred Heart University aspires to achieve prominence through innovative teaching and learning while cultivating a campus community that is recognized as caring and creative.
Online submissions only, please. Applications will be accepted via Sacred Heart University's job posting website (http://sacredheart.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=105553) until February 1, 2019.
Please submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy (that includes a list of courses taught), your doctorate transcript (unofficial is acceptable at this time), and a list of three professional references with accurate contact information. Questions regarding this position may be addressed to:
David K. Thomson, PhD
Assistant Professor, History, email@example.com
Sacred Heart University supports a diverse and inclusive environment. Qualified candidates from under-represented groups are encouraged.
David K. Thomson, PhD
|Primary Category:||American History / Studies