The Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago invites applications for part-time lecturer positions for the 2021-2022 academic year to expand its course offerings in international development and international policy. We seek excellent teachers and experienced practitioners to teach in a variety of courses that enrich the Harris School's already robust curriculum. Candidates must have at least a tentative idea for a course or seminar to be offered, as well as expertise and experience directly relevant to the course or seminar being proposed. Priority topics include: health, economic growth, applied behavioral science, and applied policy making, among other topics. We are also interested in scholar-practitioners to run applied "policy labs" that help masters students as they work with policy clients or other experiential courses. Lastly, we are looking to provide our students with diverse global perspectives on these topics.
Qualified candidates must have a graduate level degree; a PhD is preferred. Candidates must have relevant or policy-related experience; prior experience teaching students is strongly preferred.
We will review applications on an on-going basis throughout the year, beginning on June 13, 2021, but will stop accepting applications for the 2021-2022 academic year on January 10, 2022. Each candidate must submit a curriculum vitae or resume and a course proposal. Optionally, prior teaching course evaluations and other materials relevant to your candidacy may be included. Interested candidates must submit their application through the University of Chicago's Interfolio job boards at: apply.interfolio.com/87501.
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