The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech invites applications for a post-doctoral fellowship to begin Fall 2018 to be associated with the Center for European and Transatlantic Studies, a Jean Monnet Center of Excellence.
The term of appointment will be two years. The salary is highly competitive ($50,000 – 55,000). The responsibilities include teaching one course per semester and supporting the activities of the Center. The ideal candidate would have research and teaching interests in European politics broadly defined. A focus on comparative European foreign policy; justice and home affairs (including counterterrorism and asylum/migration); or privacy and the digital economy would be particularly welcome. Applicants should show promise of outstanding scholarly achievement.
The Sam Nunn School is a multidisciplinary school with a growing undergraduate, graduate, and overseas programs, including joint undergraduate degrees with Modern Languages and Economics. The School’s programs focus on understanding the global context of advances in science and technology. The Sam Nunn School has 22 full-time faculty members; more than 200 undergraduate majors, 30 Master’s and 10 Ph.D. degree students. Georgia Tech enrolls over 21,000 students and is consistently ranked as one of the top seven public universities in the United States. Georgia Tech is located in midtown Atlanta. A unit of the University System of Georgia, Georgia Tech is an AA/EO employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
To receive full consideration, application materials should be received by March 21 and should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and an example of scholarly work. Applicants should also arrange for a graduate transcript and three current letters of recommendation to be provided. Materials should be sent to: [email protected] Please direct enquiries to Alasdair Young ([email protected]).