The primary responsibilities for this position(s) include teaching courses in the required criminal justice curriculum, conducting research and scholarly activity, student advising, student mentoring and recruitment, curriculum development, and other activities required for tenure. Other responsibilities may include engaging in accreditation procedures, program assessment and service to the department, College and University as needed/required.
Those that apply to this position will also be considered for position 001260.
Primary Function of Organizational Unit:
The Department of Criminal Justice is housed in the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. The Department has an undergraduate enrollment of more than 400 majors; faculty positions in the Department include four full-time faculty, as well as part-time faculty. The Department offers the Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, with plans to add a Master’s degree as well.
Internal job number: 001128
Earned doctoral (Ph.D.) degree and/or other terminal degree in criminal justice, criminology, law, sociology or other related field by the anticipated date of appointment.
Must possess an established record of and/or show potential for strong teaching in undergraduate and graduate level courses; ability/potential to publish in professional/peer-reviewed academic journals and present research at professional/academic conferences; a commitment to mentoring students and collaborating with colleagues to enhance/advance the Department’s research and external funding efforts.
Additionally, expertise and/or interest in cybersecurity is preferable.
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North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is one of the nation’s most highly respected doctoral research, land-grant institutions. With an enrollment of almost 11,000 students, we are committed to fulfilling our mission through exemplary undergraduate and graduate instruction, scholarly and creative research, and effective public service. As a member of the A&T family you will be an integral part of its history and future – joining more than 1,800 current faculty and staff. You will be expected to be a leader and mentor. You will influence the minds that will affect our world. As a change agent, you will use your intellect and influence to make a positive impact on the greater A&T community. A&T will be more than your job, it will become your passion—and that commitment to yourself and others will last a lifetime. Because that’s what Aggies Do!