MORAVIAN COLLEGE FACULTY POSTING
Assistant Professor - Department of Sociology and Anthropology
- Full-time tenure-track position
- Beginning Fall Term 2018
- This position is contingent on budget approval
This position is eligible for full benefits.
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Moravian College invites applications for a tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin in August 2018. We seek applicants who can contribute to our department’s core courses, especially in areas of Social Inequality and Human Services. Candidates whose scholarship and teaching interests have a transnational focus are strongly encouraged to apply. The successful candidate should complement, but not overlap, existing faculty’s teaching and regional expertise within the department. The faculty member would further be expected to support the college’s goal of providing students with a liberal arts education, including contributing to the general education curriculum and periodically teaching First-Year Writing Seminar.
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TO APPLY: Applicants are requested to submit a letter of application, CV, a writing sample, a statement of teaching philosophy and, if relevant, evidence of undergraduate teaching effectiveness, as one document to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please arrange to have three letters of reference sent under separate cover.
Complete applications received before the deadline of October 4th, 2017 will be given full consideration.
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Founded in 1742, Moravian College is the sixth-oldest college in the country. Moravian is a private coeducational liberal arts college that is located in historic Bethlehem, in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. Moravian is composed of a traditional undergraduate program, graduate, professional, and adult completion programs, and Moravian Theological Seminary.
Moravian College is committed to enhancing the diversity of our community, recognizing that to provide a diverse learning environment is to prepare students for personal and professional success in an increasingly multicultural and global society. The College community understands that it shares a responsibility for generating and preserving a learning environment where difference is valued, and inclusiveness and social justice are practiced.
The College encourages individuals from under-represented populations to apply. EOE