Assistant Professor of
Position Summary: The Department of
History and Political Science at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural
College seeks to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor
of History. This is a 10-month, tenure-track faculty
position. ABAC’s Department of History and Political Science is
home to an interdisciplinary group of scholars who work together to
offer courses in support of our USG-approved Core Curriculum and
the History and Government B.S. degree. The successful candidate
will hold a Ph.D. in History. Applicants with specialization
in American History and interest and ability to teach United States
History I/II, African American History, Native Peoples of the
Americas, Slavery, and the Early Modern World, and/or The Latino
Experience in the Americas are preferred. All ABAC faculty are
expected to actively participate in teaching, advising,
research/scholarship, and departmental/campus service. Highly
preferred skills of the successful candidate include demonstrated
experience and/or a desire to serve in student engagement. ABAC is
committed to engaging students by providing academic enrichment
experiences that involve students actively in the learning process
(for example, faculty leadership in student organizations and
clubs, support of students at professional conferences, study
abroad, and other learning experiences beyond the classroom).
Candidates should demonstrate excellent oral and written
competencies, interpersonal skills, and willingness to work in
multidisciplinary teams. Applicants must have a strong commitment
to undergraduate education and mentored undergraduate research.
ABAC especially seeks qualified candidates who share our commitment
to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is a residential
state college located in Tifton, Georgia, named one of the best 100
small towns in America. The college offers associate and
baccalaureate degrees, including the History and Government
B.S., and has an approximate enrollment of 3,500.
Required Qualifications: Doctorate
in History or closely related field, with specialization
in American History is required.
For additional information, contact Dr. Joseph Njoroge,
Department Head, History and Political Science at 229-391-5087
Completed application, CV, Official transcripts and three
letters of reference will be required from finalist.