College of New Jersey, African American Studies/Women and Gender Studies
One Year African American Women's History
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||New Jersey, United States|
|Position:||Non-Tenure Track Faculty|
The Department of Women's and Gender Studies and the Department of African American Studies at The College of New Jersey is seeking a historian of African American women to fill a ten-month, full-time, non-tenure track joint faculty position, starting August 25, 2014. The successful candidate will teach courses such as African American Women’s History, African American History before or after 1865 as well a course in her/his area of research. The Women's and Gender Studies Department has a major, a minor, and a graduate certificate and The African American Studies Department has a minor; a proposed major is in progress.
Required: ABD in US History or US/American Studies, evidence of substantial course work and expertise in Women’s and Gender Studies, evidence of strong commitment to the education of undergraduates including at least two years experience teaching at the college level in an American college or university
Preferred: PH.D. in US History or US/American Studies, graduate certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies
To Apply: Please send a curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts, a statement of interest, and three letters of reference by May 15th to Karen Dubrule, Program Assistant for the Department of African American Studies (email@example.com).
Review of applications will begin immediately until a candidate has been selected. For further information about the College, visit the web page http://www.tcnj.edu.
To enrich education through diversity, The College of New Jersey is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community. Applications from members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.
Final offer of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation.
About TCNJ: Founded in 1855, TCNJ is a highly selective public institution that has earned national recognition for its commitment to excellence. TCNJ emphasizes the undergraduate residential experience and offers targeted graduate programs. The College's seven schools - The Arts and Communication; Business; Humanities and Social
Sciences; Education; Science; Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science; and
Engineering - offer degrees to nearly 6,800 students. The College's distinguished faculty of 348 full-time members provides a 13 to 1 student to faculty ratio, and eighty-five percent of classes have enrollments of 30 or fewer. TCNJ's picturesque campus is located on 289 tree-lined acres in suburban Ewing, approximately five miles from New Jersey's state capital of Trenton, and 60 minutes from both Philadelphia and New York City. A 95 percent freshman to sophomore retention rate and a six-year graduation rate of 86 percent speak to the quality of the TCNJ experience. For the 19th consecutive year, TCNJ was rated the No. 1 public in the category "Best Regional Universities (North)"; in U.S. News & World Report. It is ranked as one of the 75 "Most Competitive" schools in the nation by Barron's Profiles of American Colleges and is considered a "Best Buy" in higher education by both Barron's and Kiplinger's Personal Finance. In 2006 TCNJ was awarded a Phi Beta Kappa chapter, an honor shared by less than 10 percent of colleges and universities nationally.
Please send a curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts, a statement of interest, and three letters of reference by May 15th to Karen Dubrule, Program Assistant for the Department of African American Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For further info, please contact Annie Nicolosi email@example.com
|Primary Category:||Women, Gender, and Sexuality
|Secondary Categories:||African American History / Studies