The Department of Public and International Affairs is seeking a Visiting Lecturer in American Politics with training in Political Behavior. This is a one-year position that carries a 4-4 teaching load.
The Department of Public and International Affairs supports the Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and several minors: International Affairs, Nonprofit Management and Leadership, Political Science, Pre-Law, Public Administration, Campaign Management, and Security Studies. At the graduate level, faculty support courses in the Master of Public Administration, Master of Arts in Conflict Management and Resolution, and Master of Coastal and Ocean Policy.
We expect the successful candidate to begin in August 2018. Candidates must be capable of excellent and dynamic teaching primarily at the undergraduate level with a focus on American Politics and Political Behavior. A Master’s Degree in Political Science is required.
We are searching for a candidate whose expertise examines various aspects of American Politics and Political Behavior (e.g., public opinion, campaigns and elections, political psychology, etc.). The ideal candidate will also be capable of teaching American National Government and Introduction to Political Science Research Methods.
While the focus of this position is on undergraduate teaching, the successful candidate may have the opportunity to contribute to one of our three graduate programs: Conflict Management and Resolution (CMR), Public Administration (MPA), and Coastal & Ocean Policy (MCOP).
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