The Washington Internship Institute, an educational nonprofit organization in Washington, DC offering academically rigorous courses and internships for students from around the nation and world, announces a search to fill an adjunct faculty position for the summer term. Learn more about us at www.wiidc.org.
The Washington Internship Institute seeks a Ph.D. credentialed faculty member to teach a section of the International and Foreign Policy Studies core course. The course examines a wide range of foreign policy issues confronting the U.S. in the 21st century and seeks to empower students to critically assess how U.S. foreign policy is made and to think about such questions as what are the limits of American power? What is the role and what are the goals of American diplomacy? How are these goals formulated by policy makers? How has the post-9/11 world shaped and influenced the course of American diplomacy and national security policy?
Course learning objectives include:
Students in this course come from a wide range of institutions; the course is a mid-level course intended for students with some knowledge of politics and public policy.
This is a seminar class which will meet once a week for 3 hours at the offices of the Washington Internship Institute. Classes begin the week of May 28 and end the week of July 29.
The Washington Internship Institute seeks an able scholar in the Washington area with Ph.D. in hand or near completion in American foreign policy and diplomatic studies or a related academic discipline. Applicants should have university-level teaching experience. Competitive applicants will have access to institutions in the Washington area from which to draw speakers and to which the class may visit.
Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Dr. Gregory M. Weight with the subject line of "Faculty."
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