Director/Clinical Faculty Position
MA Program in International Relations
New York University Arts and Science
The Program in International Relations at New York University
invites applications for a full time Clinical Professor (rank open)
and Director of the master’s program at our NYU-New York campus.
The appointment would begin on September 1, 2022, pending
administrative and budgetary approval. The successful applicant
will hold a Ph.D. or similar advanced degree in a field related to
international affairs, such as economics, history, journalism, law,
political science, public policy, or sociology.
Responsibilities will include graduate teaching, advising MA
students, supervising faculty who teach in the program, and
administering all aspects of a program that cultivates
interdisciplinary approaches alongside its foundational strengths
in policy studies. Priority will be given to applicants who
demonstrate experience in the running of academic programs or who
have significant prior administrative experience. Professional
experience in international affairs is desirable. Review of
applications will begin January 17, 2022, and will continue until
the position is filled.
To apply for the position, please upload a statement of interest
that outlines teaching, research, administrative experience
relevant to directing an academic program, as well as how diversity
fits into your past and present academic experience; a CV; one
article-length writing sample; and the names of three references to
. For more information about the NYU MA Program in International
Relations, please visit: https://as.nyu.edu/content/nyu-as/as/departments/ir.html
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