Position summary. The Department of Political Science at Gettysburg College invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor rank beginning in August 2023. The department seeks candidates in the subfield of U.S. politics, with a specialization in race and identity. The successful candidate will be able to teach the department’s introductory U.S. government course, upper-level courses in his/her/their specialty, and contribute to the department’s undergraduate methods requirement. The teaching load for this position will be 3-2.
Qualifications. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Political Science with a subfield specialization in U.S. Politics and a focus on race, identity, and politics. Teaching experience or promise of excellence in teaching is desirable. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate through their teaching, scholarship, and governance that they can contribute to the diversity and inclusivity of our community.
Application details. Applicants should apply online at: https://gettysburg.peopleadmin.com/postings/4563
A cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a statement of teaching goals in a liberal arts context must be submitted. As part of the teaching statement, we ask you to elaborate on your cultural proficiencies and experiences engaging an increasingly diverse student body. Applicants should include the names and email addresses of three professional references, at least one of whom can speak to the applicant’s teaching effectiveness. After the applicant completes the online application, the professional references indicated will be contacted by Gettysburg College via email to submit letters of recommendation electronically.
Applications and letters of recommendation received by 30 September 2022 will be given fullest consideration; however, submissions will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. Inquiries can be addressed to Professor Bruce Larson ([email protected]).
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