The Program in Holocaust and Genocide Education/Center for
Interdisciplinary Studies seeks qualified adjuncts to teach
pedagogy courses within our interdisciplinary Masters and
Certificate in Holocaust and Genocide Education. These courses
explore best practices in Holocaust and Genocide Education, program
evaluation, program creation, and innovative and effective
strategies for teaching hard histories across a range of
Please see the program website for more information about the MA
and COGS in Holocaust and Genocide Education at Rowan.
Master’s degree or Ph.D. in Teacher
Education, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, History Education, or a
closely related field. Individuals with experience teaching or
running public education programs about the Holocaust, genocide, or
other hard histories are particularly welcome to apply.
For further information, contact MA/COGS HGE coordinator Jenny Rich
Applications submitted through this process will be screened on a
rolling basis, as additional sections of courses, as well as new
course offerings, are added over time. Thus, we request that
applicants not contact the department to inquire if openings have
been filled. Applications will be retained for possible future
semesters of employment.
Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the
US, and the university will not sponsor an applicant for a work
visa for this position.