Assistant Professor, Family Science

Hamilton, Ohio
Sep 05, 2017
Position Type
Tenured & Tenure-Track
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Education & Society:  Assistant Professor, tenure-track position to teach courses in Family Science to begin in the Fall Semester 2018.  Further information about the Hamilton Campus is available at  The successful candidate is expected to be an effective teacher, advise students, provide meaningful service to the department, university, and community, profession and establish a program of scholarship and research.  The successful candidate will teach courses including Adolescent Development in Diverse Families, Diverse Family Systems Across the Lifecycle and Children and Families, additional courses based on expertise.  The faculty member will teach mainly on the Hamilton Campus with the possibility of some teaching assignments on the Middletown Campus. 

Required:  Doctorate in Family Science/Studies or closely related field by date of appointment; demonstration of teaching excellence.

Consideration will be given to those with evidence of potential for ongoing research, scholarship and publication; an interest in or experience with online or hybrid teaching formats; ability to teach Research Methods. 

Submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and evidence of teaching effectiveness to:

Upon your completion of the application, the three professional references will be contacted by email requesting letters of recommendation. Please ensure email contact information is provided in the application system as requested.

For inquiries about posting, contact Garry Bowyer at

Screening of applications will begin October 10, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.

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