The Carnegie Mellon Institute for Security and Technology (CMIST)
invites candidates to apply for a special faculty position as a
teaching Lecturer in the Carnegie Mellon University Washington
Semester Program (CMU/WSP) in Washington, DC.
The CMU/WSP lecturer will teach the course Policy Seminar as a
spring mini 3 course. The course will meet one evening per week for
the duration of the mini period: January 16-March 1, 2024, with
grades due in the days following the end of the period. All classes
are seminar-style and discussion based and meet once per week for 2
hours. The instructor will be paid $7,500 for teaching the mini
semester course. This is a part-time position.
In the semester-long CMU/WSP, students live, intern, and study in
Washington, DC, coming into direct contact with political,
business, and community leaders and learning about the most
pressing policy issues of the day. CMU/WSP students intern three or
four days per week in any sector or field of interest within
Washington, DC, while taking classes in the late afternoons and
evenings. CMIST sponsors events and policy-oriented opportunities
in Washington for participating students to further enrich their
experience and enhance their understanding of how Washington
functions as a hub of international and public policy decision
Ph.D., JD, (or another terminal degree), or unique combination of
experience and expertise in the subject area.
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of 41 CFR §§ 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These
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based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with
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