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Instructor Cyber Cultures or Cyber Diplomacy or Policy

Employer
University of South Carolina
Location
Columbia
Salary
$52,422

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Instructor Cyber Cultures or Cyber Diplomacy or Policy

University of South Carolina


Department: CAS Walker Institute

Advertised Salary Range: $52,422

Part/Full Time: Full Time

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Advertised Job Summary
The Walker Institute of International and Area Studies at the University of South Carolina, Columbia campus, invites applications for a full time, professional-track position at the rank of Instructor to begin August 16, 2024. The position is a 9-month appointment with a teaching load of 8 courses for the academic year. This is an annual appointment that may be renewed contingent upon Dean's approval, satisfactory performance, unit needs, and the availability of funding. This position is fully housed within the Walker Institute.The successful applicant will teach entirely within the Walker Institute, contributing courses to the B.S. Cyber Policy and Ethics degree program. These courses will range from an introductory course (CYBR 101 Internet and Society in a Connected World) to a senior capstone, as well as applied topics courses in one's area of specialization or other courses that fulfill curricular needs in the program. There may be other teaching opportunities within the Institute or college but the successful applicant's primary obligations are to the Cyber Policy and Ethics program. The normal teaching load is 4/4. The Walker Institute looks forward to making the successful applicant part of a growing and dynamic group of scholars engaged with this unique interdisciplinary program.The Walker Institute of International and Area Studies has been bringing the world to Carolina for over 60 years. The Institute supports international research, teaching, and programming on our campus and in our community. Our mission is sustained by approximately 200 faculty associates from the College of Arts and Sciences and across our campus. The Walker Institute offers an interdisciplinary B.A. in Global Studies, a B.S. in Cyber Policy and Ethics, and minors in each area studies program: African Studies; Asian Studies; European Studies; Latin American, Caribbean and US Latinx Studies; Islamic World Studies; and Russian and Eurasian Studies. For more information about the Walker Institute, please visit our website at http://walkerinstitute.sc.edu.

Required Education and Experience
Candidates must have a PhD or MA, at the start of the appointment, in Anthropology, Geography, History, languages, Political Science, Science and Technology Studies or an allied field with demonstrated commitments to interdisciplinary modes of inquiry and teaching that intersect with our program’s research and curricular activities. We seek applicants who have experience or strong evidence of the potential to teach courses about the social, ethical, political, and/or cultural dimensions of the internet and connected technologies.

Preferred Qualifications
Candidates specializing in the study of cyber cultures or cyber diplomacy/policy are especially welcome.

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Special Instructions to Applicant
All applicants must apply online at USCJobs at https://uscjobs.sc.edu. Applications must include: (1) a cover letter that describes their research and teaching interests, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) a teaching portfolio including a summary of teaching performance indicators, past courses taught, and prospective course(s) responsive to the advertised position, and (4) the names and email addresses of 3 references. The committee will solicit letters for applicants invited to zoom interviews. Applications are not complete until at least 3 signed letters are received.Inquiries about this position may be directed to Dr. Carl Dahlman, carl.dahlman@sc.edu

This position is open until filled. This employment site is updated on a regular basis. The length of the recruitment and screening process may vary from position to position, depending upon a variety of factors. Should review of your qualifications result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted by phone or email.

To apply, please visit: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/165904

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The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, sex, gender, gender identity, transgender status, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genetics, protected veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions.







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The University is located in the heart of South Carolina in the capital city of Columbia, which is the nexus of government, a thriving arts and culture center, a venue for big-time Southeastern Conference intercollegiate athletics, and a community that is reinventing itself with redevelopment projects citywide. Much of the development is tied to land along the scenic, slow-moving Congaree River. Working with government, business, and community leaders, Carolina has developed a unified plan that will allow the University to expand from its origins on the historic Horseshoe to its future-Innovista, a research and innovation district that will stretch to the banks of the Congaree.

Innovista represents a new vision for research by creating a vibrant, urban community where students and researchers, including those from private firms, will live, work, learn, and play. Innovista will represent the University's four core research areas-hydrogen fuel cells, nanoscience and technology, biomedical and public health, and the environment-but will include other initiatives and business partners that serve the knowledge economy. Innovista's first private tenant, for example, is a leader in software applications for the insurance industry and will create several hundred high-paying jobs.

By attracting similar companies and jobs-and by capitalizing on an attractive location for restaurants and residential and retail space-Innovista will help drive the economy and increase per-capita income in the city and state. Recreational space will include a world-class waterfront park along the Congaree River and a new stadium for the Gamecocks' nationally ranked baseball program. Greenway paths for biking, walking, and running already line much of the river area. Innovista's 8 million square feet will blend seamlessly with the Vista, the city's nearby entertainment district of restaurants, bars, shops, and art galleries.

Chartered in 1801, Carolina began classes in 1805 with nine students and a single building, Rutledge College. As the campus grew and buildings were added during the next 50 years, a horseshoe layout was adopted. Today, the Horseshoe is on the National Register of Historic Places, with 10 of its 11 buildings dating to the 19th century. Those renovated buildings house, among other areas, the South Carolina Honors College and Undergraduate Admissions, representing much of the University's current and future lifeblood.

In fact, incoming freshman classes have never been larger or more competitive. The freshmen from fall 2006 set records for their size (more than 3,700) and SAT scores (1171 average). Freshmen enrolling in the Honors College had average SAT scores of 1398. Members of the University's prestigious scholarship programs, Carolina Scholars for in-state students and McNair Scholars for out-of-state students, had average scores of 1449 and 1477, respectively. Total enrollment at Carolina for undergraduates and graduates is more than 27,300, with some 350 degree programs to choose from. Since 1994, Carolina students have earned more than $9.9 million in prestigious national scholarships such as the Goldwater, Truman, Rhodes, and NSF scholarships and the Fulbright Fellowships.

South Carolina's student body is diverse. In fact, Carolina was recently recognized as the state flagship university with the highest percentage of African-American student enrollment in the nation. Research by the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education shows African-American students made up 14.7 percent of enrollment in 2004, the latest year available. The JBHE also ranks Carolina eighth in the nation in percentage of African-American faculty at a state flagship university with 4.3 percent.

The University's faculty garnered a record $173.3 million in federal, state, and private funding for research, outreach, and training programs in 2005-06, and several key hiring plans will introduce more talent and expertise to the faculty ranks. An aggressive campus building master plan and the faculty recruiting initiatives will change the collective face of the University and the faces of many of its key teachers and researchers.

South Carolina is recruiting world-class faculty to be endowed chairs-and change agents-for a series of "research centers of economic excellence" in areas such as nanoelectronics, polymer nanocomposites, brain imaging, regenerative medicine, cancer therapeutics, drug discovery, vision research, hydrogen fuel cells, and travel and tourism technology. These centers, some in collaboration with other state research universities and health and hospital systems, are funded with $30 million annually in state lottery money, as well as private matching money. Carolina is in the midst of a faculty recruitment plan to hire 600 new members. The Faculty Excellence Initiative is recruiting 150 faculty, many in interdisciplinary clusters of emphasis, while the Centenary Plan will recruit 100 elite research faculty to lead the University's core initiatives. Additionally, 350 faculty will be hired across disciplines to replace retirees over the next few years.

The University has forged a number of international collaborations in research, and the University's global connections are also strong in academics, particularly in international business. U.S. News & World Report has consistently ranked the Moore School of Business best in the nation for its undergraduate and graduate programs in international business; the undergraduate program is No. 1 for the 10th consecutive time, while the graduate program is No. 1 among public universities for the 18th consecutive year and No. 2 overall, continuing a streak of 18 years with a top-two overall ranking.

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