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Multiple Tenure-Track and Non-Tenure Track Faculty Positions

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Texas Woman's University
Location
Texas, United States
Salary
Salary Commensurate with experience
Posted date
Dec 2, 2021

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Faculty Positions, Arts, Art History, Design & Graphic Arts, Performing Arts, Humanities, History, Women's & Gender Studies, Professional Fields, Social Work & Human Services, Science, Technology & Mathematics, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Computer Sciences & Technology, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Psychology, Sociology
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Tenured/Tenured Track
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Full Time
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TEXAS WOMAN’S UNIVERISTY
MULTIPLE TENURE-TRACK AND NON-TENURE TRACK FACULTY POSITIONS
OPEN FALL, 2022

Texas Woman’s University occupies a notable position in higher education as the nation's largest university primarily for women. Established in 1901, TWU is a doctoral/research-intensive public university which emphasizes the liberal arts and sciences as well as specialized and professional studies in business, nursing, health sciences, and education. TWU is ranked 4thnationally in diversity and is a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). The College of Arts and Sciences, with over thirty-five percent of TWU's graduate and undergraduate population of over 16,000, prepares students for success in a global world. TWU operates three campuses: Houston, Dallas, and the main campus in Denton located 35 miles north of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. This metroplex, the nation's fourth largest urban center, has world-class museums, orchestras, opera, ballet, theatre companies, as well as an array of professional and collegiate sports venues. Additional information about the benefits of employment at TWU is available at https://twu.edu/humanresources/prospective-employees/.

TWU strives to provide an educational environment that affirms the rights and dignity of each individual, fosters diversity, and encourages a respect for the differences among persons. Discrimination or harassment of any kind is considered inappropriate.

TWU is committed to equal opportunity in employment and education and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national or ethnic origin, age, veteran's status, genetic information, or against qualified disabled persons.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY, SCHOOL OF THE SCIENCES - IRC 38059

The Division of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Texas Woman’s University is seeking candidates for a tenure track Assistant Professor to teach upper division, graduate and special topics courses in physical chemistry and to contribute to the research efforts of the division. To support our new major in Environmental Chemistry, we are particularly interested in someone whose uses experimental and/or theoretical approaches to investigate environmental issues but all qualified candidates will be considered. An earned PhD in Physical Chemistry or Chemical Physics and Post-Doctoral experience preferred.

This position is part of the Texas Woman’s University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; and, 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines.

Please submit the following items as a single combined pdf to Facultyjobs@twu.edu

  1. Cover letter
  2. Curriculum vitae
  3. One page Statement of Teaching Philosophy
  4. One page Research Statement
  5. Copy of graduate transcripts
  6. Contact information for three references (name, address, email, phone number). 

The e-mail Header or Subject line must include job title and job code number IRC38059

LECTURER I – COMPUTER SCIENCE – SCHOOL OF THE SCIENCES – IRC 38036

Date Closed: Review of applications will begin October 1 and will continue until the position is filled.

To Apply: Please submit the following items as a single combined pdf to Facultyjobs@twu.edu

  1. Cover letter
  2. Curriculum vitae
  3. One page Statement of Teaching Philosophy
  4. One page Research Statement
  5. Copy of graduate transcripts
  6. Contact information for three references (name, address, email, phone number)

The e-mail Header or Subject line must include job title and job code number 38036

Position Description:  The Division of Computer Science in the School of the Sciences at Texas Woman's University invites applicants for the full-time position of Lecturer I in Computer Science. An earned M.S. degree in Computer Science or closely related field is required, Ph.D. preferred. The Division of Computer Science in the School of the Sciences contributes significantly to the mission of the University through scholarly endeavors, engagement of students, and outreach to the community and profession. The Division of Computer Science currently offers undergraduate degrees in computer science, informatics, and health informatics, as well as a Master of Science program in informatics.

Responsibilities:  Applicants must demonstrate effective and engaging teaching practices. Scholarship potential should reflect a strong commitment to teaching computer sciences courses at the undergraduate level. Duties include primarily teaching undergraduate level courses, contributing to the undergraduate computer science curriculum, and playing a key role in the recruitment and engagement of students in computer science and informatics. Strong applicants will demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching, student engagement, and an interest in education offered in face-to-face, hybrid, and online formats. Scholarly expectations include engagement in student projects in a collaborative interdisciplinary research setting. Strong candidates will demonstrate the interest and potential to engage in active service to the department, university, and profession. In particular, a demonstrated ability to engage with a diverse, multi-ethnic student body is sought after.

This position is part of the Texas Woman's University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college's course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component.  

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – COMPUTER SCIENCE, SCHOOL OF THE SCIENCES – IRC 38037

Date Closed Review of applications will begin October 1, and will continue until the position is filled.

To Apply:  Please submit the following items as a single combined pdf to Facultyjobs@twu.edu

  1. Cover letter
    2. Curriculum vitae
    3. One page Statement of Teaching Philosophy
    4. One page Research Statement
    5. Copy of graduate transcripts
    6. Contact information for three references (name, address, email, phone number)

The e-mail Header or Subject line must include job title and job code number 38037. 

Position Description:  The Division of Computer Science in the School of the Sciences at Texas Woman’s University invites applicants for the full-time tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Computer Science. We particularly seek applicants with expertise in Cybersecurity or closely related field. An earned doctorate in Computer Science or closely related field is required. The Division of Computer Science in the School of the Sciences contributes significantly to the mission of the University through scholarly endeavors, engagement of students, and outreach to the community and profession. The Division of Computer Science currently offers undergraduate degrees in computer science, informatics, and health informatics, as well as a Master of Science program in informatics.

Responsibilities:  Applicants must demonstrate effective and engaging teaching practices, have a research record, and show a commitment to excellence in both research and teaching. Duties include teaching undergraduate and master’s level courses, expanding the computer science curriculum, and playing a key role in the continued development of the computer science, cybersecurity, and informatics curriculum at the intersection of statistics, data science, and other sciences which focus on inter-disciplinary practices. Candidates with teaching and research depth in computer science and cybersecurity or closely related area, are especially encouraged to apply.

Strong applicants will demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching, potential to direct graduate and undergraduate-level research, and an interest in education offered in face-to-face, hybrid, and online formats. They will have an active research agenda with a record of regional and national presentations and an emerging publication portfolio. Scholarly expectations include initiating sponsored research proposals, working in collaborative interdisciplinary research teams, and leading project design efforts. Candidates are expected to engage students in research by directing undergraduate and graduate projects. Candidates will demonstrate the interest and potential to engage in active service to the department, university, and profession. In particular, a demonstrated ability to work with and engage a diverse, multi-ethnic student body is sought after.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – DANCE – SCHOOL OF ARTS AND DESIGN - IRC 39096

Job Description:  The Division of Dance at Texas Woman’s University invites applications for the full-time tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Dance starting August 2022. Applicants must have an M.F.A. in dance or Ph.D. in dance or a closely related field and be actively engaged in a combination of rigorous physical practice, creative process, and theoretical inquiry. Successful candidates will be able to teach contemporary studio/technique courses in either African Diasporic (preferred) or other dance forms and techniques, such as Latinx, Indigenous, Middle-Eastern, or Asian.

Applicants must have teaching experience, scholarship, and potential to build a service record commensurate with appointment at the rank of assistant professor in an accredited dance program. Strong applicants will demonstrate a commitment to excellence in studio teaching contexts such as contemporary dance practices, improvisation, choreography, pedagogy, somatics, screen dance and digital media. They will also have an active research agenda in choreography and or performance with a record of regional and national presentations. Furthermore, strong candidates will demonstrate the interest and potential to engage in active service to the division, university, and profession. A demonstrated ability to work with a diverse, multi-ethnic student body and to support the division’s initiatives to decolonize our curriculum is a must.

Responsibilities:  Primary teaching responsibilities will include teaching a rigorous physical practice rooted in contemporary dance aesthetics, dance composition and improvisation at all levels of the B.A., M.A., and M.F.A. programs. Other responsibilities will include advising MFA students, serving on graduate committees, supporting the choreography/performance mission, participating in shared governance through committee service, and making substantive contributions to the Division of Dance recruitment/retention plan and project initiatives. For applicants with a Ph.D., other responsibilities may include teaching, advising and serving on committees within the Ph.D. program. Scholarly productivity in the form of presentations/performances in national and/or international forums is required.

To Apply:  Review of applications will begin January 15, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Please submit a cover letter, CV, evidence of teaching approach and ability (such as teaching evaluations and a teaching philosophy), a diversity statement, a sample of dance performance and/or choreographic work with a Vimeo or YouTube link; and three letters of recommendation to: Facultyjobs@twu.edu. Please put the job title and the IRC39096 in the subject line. Additional materials and/or references may be requested at a later date.

This position is part of the TWU College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college’s course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – HISTORY – DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORICAL STUDIES - IRC 37516

The Department of Social Sciences and Historical Studies at Texas Woman’s University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in History to begin Fall 2022. The successful applicant will be trained in European history with an emphasis on empire building (post 1500). Special consideration will be given to those who study subaltern experiences with European colonization in Asia, Africa, the Middle East or the Indian subcontinent. We are particularly interested in applicants engaged with public history broadly defined. Candidates should have Ph.D. in hand no later than August 2022.

Requirements:  We seek a historian with the ability to teach courses at all levels of our undergraduate curriculum (with specialized courses for advanced undergraduates). In addition, we seek applicants capable of contributing to the training of MA students in our emerging emphasis on public history. The department has five tenured or tenure-track History faculty members offering degrees to approximately 75 undergraduate History majors and minors, and 20 Master’s students. Texas Woman’s University is located in Denton, Texas. Finally, the successful candidate will be prepared to teach courses that contribute to diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

Application Instructions:  To be considered for this position, you must send a cover letter, graduate transcripts, C.V., statement of teaching philosophy, a diversity statement, a sample of scholarly work, and three letters of reference to facultyjobs@twu.edu. Please note the position name and vacancy number in the subject line of the email (Assistant Professor – IRC37516).

Inquiries regarding this position should be directed to Dr. Sara Fanning, Chair of History Search Committee (sfanning@twu.edu).

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Salary will be commensurate with skills and experience.

This position is part of the Texas Woman’s University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college’s course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – ENGLISH – DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGE, CULTURE, AND GENDER STUDIES – IRC 38396

Tenure Track, Assistant Professor of English specializing in British literature of the Victorian, modern, or contemporary periods with the ability to teach world literature. PhD in English or closely related area required by August 2022. We seek a colleague in the teacher-scholar tradition to contribute to the BA and MA in English and the PhD in Rhetoric. We are a small, vibrant, engaged faculty that values collegiality and collaboration. Our department works at the intersections of rhetoric, writing, literature, and multicultural women's and gender studies. Candidates should be prepared to teach a range of courses in British literature, world literature, first-year writing, and general education literature courses. The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent, student-centered teaching and experience teaching online; clear evidence of an active, ongoing program of research (with publications or the strong potential for them); and a commitment to service. 

To apply, submit CV, letter of application, and unofficial transcripts for all earned and in-progress degrees to FacultyJobs@twu.edu. Please include the job code IRC38396 in the subject line. Review of applications to begin November 1 and continue until position is filled.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – MULTICULTURAL WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES – DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGE, CULTURE, AND GENDER STUDIES – IRC 37616

Texas Woman’s University – Denton Campus
Announcement of Faculty Position in Women’s Studies, Fall 2022

Position:  Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Multicultural Women's & Gender Studies, full-time, 9-months. Potential for renewal and summer employment. Salary commensurate with experience. Starting Date: August 2022.

Qualifications:

  • Strongly prefer a Ph.D. in women's, gender, feminist, or sexuality studies or more than 18 graduate credit hours in women's, gender, or sexuality studies at the time of appointment 
  • Eligible candidates must exhibit the potential to establish a strong record of scholarly achievement including articles, grants, public reports, etc.
  • Preferred qualifications also include teaching experience in women's and gender studies, undergraduate advising and curriculum building experience, experience working with diverse student populations, a commitment to the transdisciplinary, multicultural mission of the Multicultural Women's and Gender Studies Program, and an intersectional approach to teaching, service, and scholarship (e.g., peer reviewed publications, creative work, and grant writing). 
  • While all applications are welcome, preference will be given to candidates with experience in one or more the following areas: women's health, non-profits/NGOs, grant writing, internships, community outreach, activism, diversity and inclusion, feminist pedagogies, and transdisciplinary feminist research methods.
  • The ideal candidate will be collaborative and demonstrate experience with women of color feminisms and feminist/womanist theories.

Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate, M.A., and Ph.D. courses. Other duties include - advising undergraduate and graduate students, supervising graduate student research/teaching, service on program/department/university committees, and active participation in program development. Scholarly productivity in the form of peer-reviewed publications and research presentations is expected, and grant writing and public scholarship also count towards tenure and promotion

The Multicultural Women's and Gender Studies Program (MWGS) at TWU has developed an exciting multicultural curriculum that integrates diverse perspectives and critically applies feminist/womanist scholarship on behalf of social justice. We offer a Ph.D., an M.A., a Graduate Certificate, and an undergraduate minor. A BA with three concentrations, including health and community leadership, is currently under development. Approximately 1,800 undergraduate students each year take courses in MWGS for university core curriculum credit. Currently there are approximately 50 graduate students and 70 undergraduate minors. Faculty maintain strong collaborative working relationships across the university and emphasize excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service. Further information about the department is available at http://www.twu.edu/ws.

Application: Review of applications will begin October 15, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. Candidates should submit a letter of application (which includes teaching/research interests), unofficial copies of all undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and a current vita to facultyjobs@twu.edu. Please note the job code IRC 37616 in the subject line of the email. Job posting and online application submissions are also available through HigherEdJobs. On the CV please provide email addresses and phone numbers for three references. Please direct any questions to the search committee chair: Dr. Danielle Phillips-Cunningham (DPhillips3@twu.edu).

This position is part of the Texas Woman's University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college's course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component.

ASSISANT PROFESSOR – PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED COGNITIVE FOCUS –  SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK, PSYCHOLOGY, AND PHILOSOPHY - IRC 38377

Date Closed: Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.

To Apply:  Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, copy of graduate transcripts, and names with email address and phone numbers of three references via email to Facultyjobs@twu.edu (email Header or Subject line must include job title and job code number 38377 

Job Description: The School of Social Work, Psychology, and Philosophy invites applicants for an Assistant Professor tenure-track position beginning August 2022. The selected candidate should have an area of expertise in cognitive psychology or an applied field such as forensic psychology or applied developmental psychology. Courses taught will primarily be at the undergraduate level and will be selected based on departmental needs and applicant expertise. Preference will be given to candidates who can teach Cognitive Psychology and Professional Development in Psychology. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Prior university teaching experience is preferred. Evidence of an active agenda of research and scholarship is required. Research, mentorship, and working with undergraduate students are expected. Additionally, service to the university, community and profession is expected. 

This position is part of the Texas Woman’s University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college’s course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component. 

School Information:  The Division of Psychology has 16 full-time faculty, over 400 undergraduate psychology majors, and 5 graduate programs: Master’s in Counseling Psychology, Master’s in Psychological Science, Specialist School Psychology, Doctoral Counseling Psychology (APA approved) and Doctoral School Psychology. Complete program information may be found at http://www.twu.edu/psycholog-philosphy/grad-school-psychology.asp.

The Division of Social Work is also housed in the College of Arts and Sciences and has 8 full-time faculty members. The Division of Social Work has a Bachelor of Social Work program and a Joint Master’s of Social Work program with the University of North Texas. Complete program information can be found at https://twu.edu/social-work/ 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – PSYCHOLOGY, HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY FOCUS – SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK, PSYCHOLOGY, AND PHILOSOPHY - IRC 38378

Date Closed: Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.

To Apply:  Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, copy of graduate transcripts, and names with email address and phone numbers of three references via email to Facultyjobs@twu.edu(email Header or Subject line must include job title and job code number 38378. 

Job Description The School of Social Work, Psychology, and Philosophy invites applicants for an Assistant Professor tenure-track position beginning August 2022. The selected candidate should have an area of expertise in health psychology or an applied field such as counseling psychology or clinical psychology. Courses taught will primarily be at the undergraduate level and will be selected based on departmental needs and applicant expertise. Preference will be given to candidates who can teach Health Psychology, Psychology of Stress, Addiction, and Positive Psychology. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Prior university teaching experience is preferred. Evidence of an active agenda of research and scholarship is required. Research, mentorship, and working with undergraduate students are expected. Additionally, service to the university, community and profession is expected. 

This position is part of the Texas Woman’s University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college’s course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM - SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK, PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY –– IRC 39100

The School Psychology Program at Texas Woman’s University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in our Doctoral and Specialist training programs, housed in the School of Social Work, Psychology, and Philosophy.

Job Description:  We seek a colleague who is representative of our diverse graduate student community and the array of communities that we, as school psychologists, serve. Thus, candidates from under- represented groups are especially encouraged to apply. We are committed to anti-racism and social justice, and we have begun collaborative initiatives within our School and with our graduate students to work toward these commitments from a program and training perspective.

Our new colleague will teach, provide supervision, and serve as an advisor within our Doctoral (APA-accredited and NASP-approved) and Specialist (NASP-conditionally accredited) programs. They will also have a promising program of research that can be developed and sustained. Further, our new colleague will engage in an array of service activities and assist with graduate program demands such as evaluating student portfolios, clinical skills benchmarks, and comprehensive exams. Our new colleague will also cultivate graduate student research and chair dissertations.

One goal of our program is to expand our network of school psychologists to include practitioners who provide psychological services in Spanish and English. Thus, we are very interested in candidates who are bilingual (Spanish) and interested in collaborating with other faculty and field supervisors to provide our graduate students with opportunities to become bilingual school psychologists.

Graduate teaching may be tailored to match applicants¿ areas of specialization; however, ideal candidates will have an interest and expertise in our assessment sequence (e.g. cognitive, academic, neuropsychological, social-emotional) or our practice sequence (e.g., therapeutic and crisis intervention, consultation).

In addition to teaching, there are exciting research and training opportunities in collaboration with the Woodcock Institute for the Advancement of Neurocognitive Research and Applied Practice, which is housed at TWU and committed to the interdisciplinary advancement of contemporary cognitive assessment and applying evidence-based research to clinical practice. Funding is available through the Woodcock Institute for faculty research and doctoral dissertations.

There are also opportunities to be involved with the Woodcock Autism Assessment Clinic, which offers testing for children ages 18 months to 18 years. Housed within the Kristin Farmer Autism Center, which provides behavior analytic treatment programs for children with autism, the joint clinic’s diagnostic aspect offers an integrative experience for families seeking autism services.

Required Qualifications:  The minimum qualifications for the position include a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in School Psychology from an APA-accredited Doctoral program at the time of application. Candidates who are ABD are welcome to apply with the expectation that their degree will be in hand by August 1. Applicants must be licensed or license eligible as a psychologist and/or a school psychologist in Texas.

This position is part of the Texas Woman’s University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college’s course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component.

To Apply: Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

Please submit the following: (a) cover letter; (b) curriculum vitae; (c) copy of graduate transcripts; (d) statement that describes program of research, including plans for future scholarship; (e) statement that provides evidence of personal and professional commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; (f) name, email address, and phone number of three references.

Submit materials to Facultyjobs@twu.edu (email Header or Subject line must include job title and IRC31900

Please direct inquiries to Dr. Julie Herbstrith, Search Committee Chair, School of Social Work, Psychology, and Philosophy

Julie C. Herbstrith, Ph.D., NCSP, LSSP
940-898-2315
jherbstrith@twu.edu

VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – PSYCHOLOGY – SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK, PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY – IRC 38759 

Visiting Assistant Professor

The School Psychology Program at Texas Woman’s University invites applications for an academic appointment as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice in their Specialist and Doctoral programs. The appointment is for Spring 2022. This appointment is not eligible for tenure.

Applications will be reviewed starting October 18, 2021 and will be accepted until the position is filled.

The TWU Specialist and doctoral programs are well established and maintain a reputation for excellence. Our students hold a diverse array of identities and are passionate about equitable school psychology practices in all communities. Our typical cohort sizes are 6-8 for the doctoral program and 10-12 for the Specialist program. Thus, our class sizes facilitate student engagement and foster individualized relationships with students. This position allows for significant contributions to the training of students at both the Specialist and doctoral level.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness
  • Teach the following graduate courses in school psychology
    • Cognitive assessment
    • Neuropsychological assessment
  • Serve as reviewer on program benchmarks (e.g., clinical skills and comprehensive exams)
  • Advise and mentor students

Qualifications:

  • Doctoral degree in school psychology from an APA-accredited program
  • Experience in the following areas:
    • Graduate-level teaching in school psychology
    • Practicing as a school psychologist in the school setting
    • Using a lens of social justice and anti-racism in teaching, supervision, and mentorship

Contact Information: Please direct inquiries to Dr. Julie Herbstrith at jherbstrith@twu.edu or 940-898-2315.

To Apply:  Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, copy of graduate transcripts, and names with email address and phone numbers of three references via email to Facultyjobs@twu.edu (email Header or Subject line must include job title and job code number IRC38759.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR – SOCIAL WORK – SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK, PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY – IRC 38756

Texas Woman’s University - Denton Campus

School of Social Work, Psychology, and Philosophy

Title: Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track Position

Job Code: IRC38756 

Date Closed: Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.

To Apply:  Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, copy of graduate transcripts, and names with email address and phone numbers of three references via email to Facultyjobs@twu.edu (email Header or Subject line must include job title and job code number IRC38756 

Job Description:  The School of Social Work, Psychology, and Philosophy invites applicants for an Assistant Professor tenure-track position beginning August 2022. The successful candidate will teach across the generalist curriculum in the BSW program, provide academic advising, mentorship, and additional service to the program where needed. Additionally, service to the university, community and profession is expected. Courses taught will be selected based on program needs and applicant expertise. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

Minimum qualifications include prior teaching experience, an MSW degree from a CSWE accredited Social Work Program, two years of post-MSW practice experience, and a PhD in Social Work or a related field is required. Preference will be given to applicants with one or more of the following qualifications: 

  1.  three or more years of social work teaching experience
  2.  experience teaching statistics
  3. evidence of an active agenda of research and scholarship
  4. experience in scholarly work related to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  5. experience developing and teaching online and blended courses; 

This position is part of the Texas Woman’s University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college’s course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR – SOCIOLOGY – DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORICAL STUDIES – IRC 38698 

The TWU Department of Social Sciences and Historical Studies, a newly created multidisciplinary unit, invites applications for an assistant or associate position in Sociology. Candidates with specialization in areas such as race and ethnicity, social inequality, ethnic studies, Latinx, or Indigenous Studies are particularly sought. The ability to contribute to the concentrations of the Ph.D. program in criminology/criminal justice will be a plus. Applicants should demonstrate a strong social justice orientation.

The department offers undergraduate degrees in Criminal Justice, History, Political Science, and Sociology, as well as M.A. programs in History, Political Science, and Sociology, and a Ph.D. in Sociology. Department faculty are research-active, publishing numerous books, articles, and receive major grants. Faculty regularly present at regional, national, and international conferences. 

Qualified applicants will have the following: A Ph.D. in Sociology. A record of scholarship appropriate for the applicant's rank. A commitment to excellence in graduate education and support for student research. Demonstrated excellence in university teaching. 

Position responsibilities include: Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses. Advising and mentoring graduate students. Engagement in research and scholarship in line with the applicant's research agenda. Service to the school, college, university, and community. Commitment to serving a diverse body of students.

How to Apply:  Please submit the application via email to facultyjobs@twu.edu and include the job code IRC38698 in the subject line. Attach (1) a cover letter addressing the qualifications and desired attributes; (2) the current curriculum vitae; (3) a representative sample of scholarly work; (4) copies of recent teaching evaluations and teaching philosophy, (5) a diversity, equity, and inclusion statement, and (6) the names and contact information for three references.

Review of applications will begin on December 1, and will continue until the position is filled.

This position is part of the TWU College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college's course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ART, GRPAHIC DESIGN AND FOUNDATIONS – VISUAL ARTS – SCHOOL OF ARTS AND DESIGN – IRC 39036

The Division of Visual Arts at Texas Woman's University invites applications for a Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Art: Graphic Design and Foundations, beginning in Fall 2022.

Qualifications: We seek a dedicated, innovative, and collaborative professional with an interdisciplinary approach to Graphic Design and Foundations education who employs new technologies alongside traditional approaches. Ideal candidates’ approach design thinking and design pedagogy as a conceptual component of interdisciplinary strategies and practices. A terminal degree (MFA) with an emphasis in Graphic Design or a related field completed by the time of hire is required. This position requires the ability to teach and develop curriculum for a range of courses in Graphic Design and Visual Arts Foundations, including courses at the undergraduate (BFA) level (foundation/core, intermediate, advanced concentration, cross-disciplinary, and special topics), and also at the graduate (MFA) level (seminars, independent studies, theory and practice), to be delivered face-to-face, in hybrid format, or fully online. Candidates should have a minimum of 3 years of teaching experience (as instructor of record) at the college level.

Additional/Preferred Qualifications:  The Division of Visual Arts highly values candidates whose research is informed by Women and Gender Studies and/or social justice-related fields and have prior experience working with diverse student populations. Candidates should be dedicated to serving our diverse community including first-generation, non-traditional, LGBTQIA+, and differently-abled students.

Special consideration will be given to candidates who possess experience in more than one of the following areas.

  • Adobe Suite Software including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, XD 
  • Augmented Reality and/or Virtual Reality 
  • UXUI, Mobile app design and web-based media 
  • Animation and motion graphics| 
  • Social media design 
  • Game Design 
  • Printmaking 
  • Digital Fabrication 
  • Community/Social Practice and Relational practice 
  • Recruiting Experience

Job Requirements: Tenure track faculty are expected to maintain active and independent research resulting in exhibitions and presentations; and are also expected to participate in service at all levels.

We seek a colleague invested in growing as an educator, who will join us in building accessible, diverse, and inclusive curricula, developing a classroom culture which reflects our values and mission of social justice and responsibility. All faculty are expected to serve the Division’s goals and teach in ways that support interdisciplinary approaches, hybrid formats, conceptual rigor, and collaboration. With a collaborative spirit, this new colleague will have the opportunity to support and expand the Graphic Design undergraduate program and develop Graphic Design courses in our recently revised interdisciplinary-focused MFA in Studio Art. Faculty in this role will have an interdisciplinary approach to design instruction and pedagogy, with strong roots in design theory and practice, and emphasis in emerging technologies and applications. This candidate should also have a background in visual arts foundations course development and will teach courses for the Visual Arts core, which serves both Graphic Design and Studio Art tracks. In addition to teaching foundations coursework, this new colleague will be expected to lead efforts in curriculum revision to the foundations area of the BFA program, develop systems to support GTAs and adjuncts who teach these courses, and implement structures to ensure consistency in course content and assessment.

Alongside their teaching responsibilities, Visual Arts faculty must maintain a scholarly practice in the form of creative/research activities, as well as serve the division, school, college, university, community and discipline through service. The faculty member's creative and research activity should make a significant contribution to the discipline's body of new knowledge, reflecting high standards of quality; and must regularly share the results of that activity in respected national and international venues and formats.

Participation in committee service and activities are required within the division, as well as within one's professional community. Our ideal candidate fosters connections, collaborations, and creates community at multiple levels internally and externally. Service activity will include but not be limited to graduate student supervision; coordination of student activities and student exhibitions; serving on School/University committees; participating in open houses, portfolio reviews, attending exhibition openings; and contributing to recruitment efforts for the Division's undergraduate and graduate programs. Joint recruitment efforts will include strategizing and implementing community-focused outreach, recruitment efforts, and cultivation of relationships in the design and foundations communities.

Please submit the following materials as individual PDF files:

  • Application letter
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Diversity and inclusion statement 
  • Teaching philosophy 
  • Artist's Statement 
  • 20 images of your own work
  • 20 images of student work
  • Unofficial graduate transcripts
  • Name and contact information of three references willing to provide a letter upon request
  • Sample syllabi
  • Optional: Examples of Recruiting Initiatives

Deadline: January 3, 2022 or until filled.

This position is part of the Texas Woman's University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college's course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component.

About the Division of Visual Arts:  The TWU Division of Visual Arts offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.), Master of Arts (M.A.), and Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) degrees in art. Our programs have been recently revised with a more interdisciplinary approach in all degrees. The BFA in Art includes tracks in Graphic Design, Studio Art, and Art Education. The MA includes tracks in Art History and Visual Studies (with a secondary concentration in Multicultural Women's and Gender Studies, or Studio Art), and Art Education. These programs are designed to prepare visual artists, scholars and/or educators who are well grounded in studio art practices, history and criticism of art, and professional practices. The Division strives to build the student's awareness of context, purpose, creative and aesthetic inquiry, critical theory and practice, historical and contemporary trends, professional responsibility and personal voice in the visual arts. Integrating studio and theoretical studies, the various programs provide a comprehensive approach to art learning, which facilitates a collaborative, cooperative, and supportive community. The faculty, staff and students are very active in their pursuits of excellence in their disciplines. Gallery showings, juried exhibitions, conference presentations, publications and positions with many well respected universities and arts organizations are some of the ways that the Division of Visual Arts continues to excel in all areas of the arts.

About the School:  The School of Arts and Design at Texas Woman's University aims to develop an appreciation and understanding of the arts as expressions of personal and cultural experience and to prepare individuals, particularly women, for professional work in the arts. The School of Arts and Design includes the Divisions of Dance, Music, Theatre, Fashion, and Visual Arts.

Application Information: Email Address: facultyjobs@twu.edu please put the job title and the IRC39036 in the subject line of the email.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ART HISTORY AND VISUAL CULTURE – VISUAL ARTS – SCHOOL OF ARTS AND DESIGN – IRC 38876

Assistant Professor of Art History and Visual Culture -- Tenure Track. The Division of Visual Arts at Texas Woman's University invites applications for a Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Art History and Visual Culture, beginning in Fall 2022.

Qualifications:  We seek a dedicated, innovative, and collaborative professional with an interdisciplinary approach to Art History and Visual Culture. A terminal degree (PhD) in Art History or related field completed by the time of hire is required. This position requires the ability to teach a range of courses in Art History and in Visual Culture, which may include surveys and seminars at the undergraduate level, seminars at the graduate level, special topics courses, and core or capstone courses. Course delivery modes will include in person and/or online. Contemporary, Global/Non-Western Art, and/or Gender and Women's Studies areas of expertise are desired, but all areas in Art History and Visual Culture will be considered. A minimum of 3 years of teaching experience is preferred. Candidates should have experience working with diverse student populations.

Additional/Preferred Qualifications:  The Division of Visual Arts highly values candidates whose research is informed by Women and Gender Studies and/or social justice-related fields and have prior experience working with diverse student populations. Candidates should be dedicated to serving our diverse community including first-generation, non-traditional, LGBTQIA+, and differently-abled students.

Job Requirements:  Tenure track faculty are expected to maintain active and independent research resulting in publications and presentations; and are also expected to participate in service at all levels.

We seek a colleague invested in growing as an educator, who will join us in building accessible, diverse, and inclusive curricula, developing a classroom culture which reflects our values and mission of social justice and responsibility. All faculty are expected to serve the Division's goals and teach in ways that support interdisciplinary approaches, hybrid formats, conceptual rigor, and collaboration. We have recently revised our MA in Art with a concentration in Art History and Visual Culture, to include an option to take coursework in TWU's Multicultural Women and Gender Studies program. The candidate selected for this position will be expected to grow that program, and will also have the opportunity to revise and restart the BA in Art History and Visual Culture, which is currently not active.

Alongside their teaching responsibilities, Visual Arts faculty must maintain a scholarly practice in the form of research/creative activities, as well as serve the division, school, college, university, community and discipline through service. The faculty member's research activity should make a significant contribution to the discipline's body of new knowledge, reflecting high standards of quality; and must regularly share the results of that activity in respected national and international formats and venues.

Participation in committee service and activities are required within the Division, as well as within one's professional community. Our ideal candidate fosters connections, collaborations, and creates community at multiple levels internally and externally. Service activity will include but not be limited to graduate student supervision; coordination of student activities and student exhibitions; serving on School/University committees; participating in open houses, portfolio reviews, attending exhibition openings; and contributing to recruitment efforts for the Division's undergraduate and graduate programs. Joint recruitment efforts will include strategizing and implementing community-focused outreach, recruitment efforts, and cultivation of relationships in the design and foundations communities.

Please submit the following materials in PDF format:

  • Application letter
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Diversity and inclusion statement
  • Teaching philosophy
  • Research Statement
  • Samples of scholarly practice (2 to 3, formatted as a single PDF)
  • Unofficial graduate transcripts
  • Name and contact information of three references willing to provide a letter upon request
  • Sample Syllabi
  • Optional: Examples of Recruiting Initiatives

This position is part of the Texas Woman's University College of Arts and Sciences Arts (CAS) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cluster hiring initiative on diversity and social justice that includes multiple searches across the college. The goals of the cluster hire are to 1) recruit and retain a diverse community of scholars; 2) create a network and support system for a diverse community of scholars; 3) support our diverse student population in majors and minors in CAS disciplines; and 4) strengthen the college's course offerings in diversity and social justice that enhance a university-wide core curriculum with a DEI component.

Deadline: January 3, 2022 or until filled.

Application Information:                                        

Contact: Texas Woman's University
Phone: (940)898-3555
Fax:(940)898-3566
TDD:(940)898-3555
Email Address: facultyjobs@twu.edu, be sure to put the title of the position and the IRC number in the subject line of the email.

 

 

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