Part Time Instructor SOC 305 Sociology of Sex and Gender Spring
$1,400 - $2,000 per credit hour
As determined by department/chair
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The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs seeks a
part-time instructors to teach 2 open sections of Sociology
305-Sociology of Sex and Gender Spring ‘24 (3 credits).
Course Description: This course focuses on the social forces
shaping women’s and men’s lives in contemporary societies. Changing
gender expectations. Intersections of gender with race and
ethnicity, class & age. Social movements for women’s and men’s
Job Specific Qualifications
- A minimum of an MA in Sociology or a closely related
- Preference will be given to ABD & PhD level students from
our program and to those who have taught for us previously.
Evidence of effective teaching experience is necessary.
- Developing and/or updating a class syllabus.
- Ordering the appropriate books and materials in advance of the
class start date.
- Preparation of lectures, projects or other student
- Maintaining regularly scheduled office hours.
- Presenting instruction based on the competencies and
performance levels of the course.
- Meeting all designated class periods.
- Submitting completed mid-semester progress reports and final
grades according to University regulations.
- Grading student assignments and exams in a timely manner.
- Providing departmentally sanctioned forms for completed student
Please submit cover letter and CV.
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