Texas Tech University, History
Assistant Professor in Early U.S. History
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Texas, United States|
The Department of History at Texas Tech University seeks to appoint a tenure-track assistant professor in Early U.S. History with an emphasis on the era of the Early Republic. Teaching responsibilities will include graduate and undergraduate courses in Early U.S. history and related subfields, as well as the U.S. history survey. A strong commitment to undergraduate and graduate teaching is required.
The successful candidate must conduct research commensurate with the standards of a research-intensive university and will be expected to offer appropriate service to the department, college, and university as needed. Applicants should have completed a PhD in the field of Early U.S. history or another relevant field at the time of the appointment. Candidates who have very strong records of scholarship supported by extramural funding and who have the proven capacity or clear potential to bring externally sponsored research to Texas Tech University are encouraged to apply. Experience working with diverse student populations and first-generation students is highly desirable.
All interested applicants must apply online at http://www.texastech.edu/careers (click on ‘Faculty’ and 'Search openings' then enter requisition number 34593BR) and upload a CV and cover letter. After a preliminary review of applications, selected candidates will be asked to provide three letters of reference and a sample of scholarly work.
Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Mark Stoll, Search Committee Chair, at Mark.Stoll@ttu.edu. Review of applications will begin on Monday, October 16.
Texas Tech is designated as a Carnegie Research 1 Institution, and is also recognized as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). Texas Tech is located in the West Texas High Plains city of Lubbock (population over 250,000) and has excellent medical facilities, a low cost of living, and a semi-arid, sunny, and mild climate. Lubbock is within driving distance of Dallas, Austin, Santa Fe, and other major metropolitan cities.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or status as a protected veteran.
Dr. Mark Stoll
|Primary Category:||American History / Studies