Assistant Professor of Sociology
Personnel Status: PIN/Faculty
Department: Behavior Sciences and Human
Open Date: July 26, 2021
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Responsibilities: The Department of Behavioral
Sciences and Human Services seeks to fill a tenure track position
in the Sociology Program to begin August 2021.
Responsibilities include teaching twelve (12) undergraduate hours
(4 courses) per semester; engages in multiple service related
activities such as student advising mentoring and service at the
departmental, school, college, professional, and community levels;
and actively engages in scholarly or creative activities.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Sociology or a closely
related field required. Applicants should be strongly
committed to excellence in teaching, student advising, and student
mentoring. Preference will be given to candidates with
evidence of teaching effectiveness at the undergraduate level,
evidence of academic scholarship and research, ability/potential to
publish in peer-reviewed academic journals, the potential for
securing external grants, and evidence of building community
partnerships. An interest in Comparative Sociology, especially as
it relates to the Family, Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Politics
would be an asset. Experience in teaching statistics and/or data
analysis will also be considered.
Conditions of Employment: Offer of employment
is contingent upon successfully completing a due diligence
background check and credential verification. Proof of U.S.
citizenship or eligibility for U.S. employment (Immigration Control
Act of 1986).
APPLICATION: Interested and qualified
applicants should go to https://bowiestate.peopleadmin.com/
to apply online. Paper application submissions will not be
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