Department of Human Development - Tenure Track Assistant Professor/Associate Professor Position

Job Details

Category:: Faculty
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Department:: Human Development
Locations:: Binghamton, NY
Posted:: Aug 11, 2022
Closes:: Open Until Filled
Type:: Full-time
Ref. No.:: 7896
Position ID:: 151804

About Binghamton University:


Binghamton University is a world-class institution that unites more than 130 broadly interdisciplinary educational programs with some of the most vibrant research in the nation. Our unique character - shaped by outstanding academics, facilities and community life - promotes extraordinary student success.


Binghamton merges rigorous academics, distinguished faculty and state-of-the-art facilities to engage and challenge its 18,000 students. The high-achieving Binghamton student body also represents a great diversity of life experiences, from first-generation college-goers to international students. Beyond their talent, these classmates share a desire to shape the future through technology, insight, intellectual exploration and community service.



Job Description:


The Department of Human Development in the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) at Binghamton University seeks to fill a tenured position at the associate professor or tenure track position at the assistant professor level in human development to begin Fall 2023. We seek a scholar whose research interests are in the areas of gender studies & human rights as it pertains to communities that are marginalized or disenfranchised within the context of the US and/or internationally. Preference will be given to candidates who examine global and transnational dimensions of inequality. Areas of interest could include: immigration and migration, law, political economy, the state, transnationalism, displacement, refugees, health and migration, disability studies, sexuality, environment/sustainability, race/ethnicity, indigenous and/or Native American theory, and genocide/political violence.


The successful candidate will be required to teach undergraduate and graduate-level courses on human rights, interdisciplinary research methods (applied community research), and other relevant courses based on their expertise. It is expected that the candidate demonstrates a strong interdisciplinary focus and commitment to human rights in their scholarly research, teaching, and social activism.



Requirements:


Applications will be considered immediately and the position will remain open until filled.


Candidate requirements include a Ph.D. in human development, human rights, cultural studies, gender studies, sexuality studies, critical and sociocultural studies in education or related fields. Candidates at the assistant professor level will be expected to demonstrate promise for a rigorous program of scholarly research, teaching, external funding, and a commitment to social justice. Postdoctoral research experience is preferred. Senior applicants will be expected to demonstrate a rigorous, well established program of scholarly research, teaching, and a demonstrated commitment to social justice. External funding experience is preferred.



Additional Information:


The State University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. It is the policy of Binghamton University to provide for and promote equal opportunity employment, compensation, and other terms and conditions of employment without discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, religion, disability, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, veteran or military service member status, marital status, domestic violence victim status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, or arrest and/or criminal conviction record unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification or other exception.


As required by title IX and its implementing regulations, Binghamton University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the educational programs and activities which it operates. This requirement extends to employment and admission. Inquiries about sex discrimination may be directed to the University Title IX Coordinator or directly to the Office of Civil Rights (OCR). Contact information for the Title IX Coordinator and OCR, as well as the University's complete Non-Discrimination Notice may be found here.


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Binghamton University is a tobacco-free campus effective August 1, 2017.



Application Instructions:


Interested candidates should submit the following items electronically to http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com : (1) cover letter that describes their scholarly research interests and teaching philosophy, (2) curriculum vita, (3) two samples of academic writing, (4) list of the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three academic references and, (5) three electronic letters of recommendation, which should be uploaded by the academic references to http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com


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History

Binghamton University opened its doors as Triple Cities College in 1946, to serve the needs of local veterans returning from service in World War II. Originally located in Endicott, N.Y., five miles west of the present campus, the fledgling school was a branch of Syracuse University.

Four years later, the college was incorporated into the State University of New York (SUNY) and renamed Harpur College in honor of Robert Harpur, a Colonial teacher, patriot and pioneer who helped settle the area west of Binghamton.

In 1961, the campus moved across the Susquehanna River to Vestal. Growing enrollment and a reputation for excellence soon led to the selection of Harpur College as one of four doctorate-granting University Centers in the SUNY system.

In 1965, the campus was formally designated the State University of New York at Binghamton, and in 1992, Binghamton University was adopted as our informal name.

Mission Statement

Binghamton University is a premier public university dedicated to enriching the lives of people in the region, state, nation and world through discovery and education and to being enriched by partnerships with those communities.

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Binghamton as an institution is dedicated to higher education, one that combines an international reputation for graduate education, research, scholarship and creative endeavor with the best undergraduate programs available at any public university.

We are an academically selective community that shares ideas across departments, disciplines and borders. We encourage faculty, students and staff to ask unexpected questions, foster open dialog and develop innovative solutions to important problems.

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