The Anthropology, Sociology & Criminology Department at the University of Minnesota Duluth seeks to add up to ten people to its pool of temporary instructors and/or assist ant professors available to teach one or more courses in our Sociology, Anthropology, Criminology, and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies programs, beginning with the Spring 2019 semester (January 3, 2019). Members of this applicant pool also will be considered to teach classes in future semesters (i.e., Fall 2019, Spring 2020, Fall 2020, Spring 2021). Appointments may include day classes, evening classes or both depending on need and availability. Duties/responsibilities may include service to the Department and/or College. Term contracts only; positions contingent on funding. Note: Being a member of the pool does not ensure a contract will be offered; course offerings, and therefore teaching appointments, vary with demand and available funding.
Applicants for the position of Instructor are required to have:
At least a master’s degree from an accredited university in a relevant field, such as Anthropology, Sociology, Criminology, Justice Studies, Women’s Studies, Cultural Studies, or Social Work;
One year of relevant teaching experience; and
Effective written communication skills appropriate to the position.
Applicants for the position of Assistant Professor must meet the above requirements and have a Ph.D. by the start of the appointment from an accredited university in Anthropology, Sociology, Criminology, Justice Studies, Women's Studies, Cultural Studies, or Social Work.
Two or more years of relevant college-level teaching experience or professional experience in a relevant field;
Experience teaching a variety of upper and lower division courses such as those offered by the UMD Anthropology, Sociology & Criminology Department;
Effective teaching and communication skills appropriate to the position;
Experience in using technology for teaching;
Demonstrated experience with assessment; and
Evidence of the ability to work effectively with diverse groups.
Internal Number: 327732
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