Schwarzman College, in collaboration with the appropriate school
or department at Tsinghua University, is recruiting for a
tenure-track Professor of Global Affairs. We are recruiting rising
stars for an appointment at the Assistant Professor level. The
appointment will be made jointly by Schwarzman College and the
relevant Tsinghua School or department with primary teaching
responsibility at Schwarzman College.
We are recruiting for a full-time position to be given to one
individual. Faculty appointment at the Assistant Professor level
will be for an initial term of three years with promotion to
Associate Professor in line with Tsinghua University standard
review and promotion procedures. All appointments will be provided
competitive pay and access to seed research funds.
The Assistant Professor of Global Affairs shall work full-time
at Tsinghua University and teach at Schwarzman College and shall
have no other full-time obligations outside of Tsinghua University.
We are seeking expert scholars in global affairs who are excellent
teachers and scholars with an interdisciplinary focus and whose
work is related to China. The appointed professor will teach
courses in the Schwarzman Scholars program and will take primary
responsibility for managing the core and elective global affairs
curriculum at Schwarzman College in collaboration with the academic
team. Seed research funding will be available to support the
appointee’s scholarly research and career development.
The appointee will be expected to lead or participate in
teaching the core required global affairs course at Schwarzman
College along with one additional elective course (to be mutually
decided), and should have expertise in one or more of the following
topics: global public policy, global governance, economic
globalization, international relations, the history of
globalization. The appointee should have an understanding of
China’s role in new and emerging global trends, as well as
governance institutions and mechanisms.
SKILLS, EXPERIENCE, AND QUALIFICATIONS
The following qualifications and credentials will be considered
in appointing the Assistant Professor of Global Affairs:
1. Strong record of teaching, research and publications；
2. A doctoral degree in public policy, political science,
economics, international relations, history, or other relevant
field; field experience in a developing country is preferred;
Recent Ph.D.’s will be considered.
3. Fluency in English (for purposes of teaching, research and
4. Cross-cultural knowledge and experiences are strongly
To apply, please send an application cover letter, a curriculum
vitae (including a list of publications and courses taught), and
the names and contact information of three referees to
email@example.com (subject line: SC Assistant
Professor of Global Affairs) before the deadline of November 30,