Essential Functions: Teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses in Philosophy and specialized courses in the area of expertise (two courses per semester).Contribute to teaching or expanding through curriculum development, the Philosophy Department's introductory General Education course offerings.Supervise graduate student research.Pursue an active research program in Philosophy.Publish research in peer-reviewed publications.Carry out departmental services and duties.
Qualifications: Ph.D. In Philosophy (or expected Ph.D. in Philosophy by Fall 2020).Research potential as evidenced by application materials.Teaching experience as evidenced by application materials.
Internal Number: 76_207332
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