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Assistant Professor, Spanish
Sam Houston State University
Dept. of World Languages and CulturePosition Duties and Responsibilities: Teaching responsibilities are both at the main SHSU campus in Huntsville, Texas (located 70 miles north of Houston), and occasionally, at The Woodlands Campus (40 miles south of Huntsville), and online. The candidate will teach primarily at the undergraduate level face-to-face and online (teaching methodology courses and Spanish language courses) and, occasionally, at the graduate level in field of specialization. Duties include but are not limited to: coordination of syllabus and curriculum development for the Spanish teaching minor; developing and maintaining educational partnerships in the local community and school districts; working with office staff on enrollment management; planning and actively participating in the department’s Language Learning and Teaching Workshop Series, and other research groups both in WOLC and education. (Closes end of business, November 30, 2018)
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Assistant Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Northern Arizona University
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Northern Arizona University is seeking applicants for a full-time, nine month, tenure-track Assistant Professor position at the Flagstaff mountain campus. The teaching load will be 3/2 courses a year, with an expectation to participate in learner-centered pedagogy and teaching that both supports the core curriculum of the department and integrates the unique research interests of the individual. An active research agenda is expected, and while the department is seeking someone with expertise in the areas of transnational crime and global justice, indigenous justice and/or expertise in community-based research, the specific research focus is somewhat open. All applications and specializations will be considered that provide both depth and breadth to existing department areas. Those with expertise and active research agendas in transnational crime and global justice, indigenous justice, and community-based research are encouraged to apply. Active participation in service to the department, college, university, and to the discipline is also expected.
The Assistant Professor appointment is a valued position within the NAU Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, with full participation in faculty governance and service.