The Honors College at Purdue University will make a full-time appointment at the level of Clinical Assistant Professor (non-tenured). Ph. D required, specialty open; candidates must demonstrate teaching ability and interdisciplinary range, with special interest in candidates from STEM fields with the ability to engage the arts and humanities, or vice versa. Required duties include: teaching in the first-year honors course series; offering specialty honors seminars; supporting a vibrant residential college program; developing a programmatic area of specialty (e.g. undergraduate research or residential life). The normal work-load is 2-2 teaching, 1-1 programmatic. The position begins August 2020; salary based on education and experience. Purdue University offers a comprehensive benefits package. For the full position description, see https://honors.purdue.edu/
For best consideration, applications should be received by November 15, 2019 and include: (1) a letter of application detailing training and research, how you can contribute to honors education, and your experience/interest in working with high-ability students; (2) a C.V.; (3) a dossier with three letters of reference. All candidates must submit materials through:
Purdue University is an equal access/equal opportunity/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce.
Ph. D required, specialty open; candidates must demonstrate teaching ability and interdisciplinary range, with special interest in candidates from STEM fields with the ability to engage the arts and humanities, or vice versa.
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