Working Position Title Visiting Assistant Professor in Latinx Sociology - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (35557) (Extended)
Classification Title Visiting Assistant Professor Position Number 00035557 Posting Date 11/15/2022 Closing Date Priority Review Date 03/01/2023 Business Unit Description Faculty Full-Time/Part Time Full-Time FTE 1.00 Position Status Temporary FLSA Exempt Job Code 2090 Union Representation Non-Union Union Code N/A Unit/Department Sociology College/Unit College of LA&S Dean Division Academic Division Location ZH 815 Link to Department Website or Custom Search Page https:// niu.edu/CLAS/sociology/ and https:// niu.edu/CLAS/Latino-Studies/Position Summary, Requirements, and Qualifications
Position Summary, Requirements, and Qualifications
The Center for Latino and Latin American Studies and the Department of Sociology seek a Visiting Assistant Professor in Latinx Sociology whose research and teaching center issues related to U.S. Latinx populations. We are seeking an interdisciplinary scholar who works at the intersection of Latinx Studies and Sociology and who holds intellectual and pedagogical expertise in areas such as (but not limited to):
The Visiting Assistant Professor will teach three courses per semester. The initial appointment will be for one year with the possibility of extension for one additional year.
Qualified candidates dedicated to empowering students from underserved communities through their research, teaching, creative and pedagogical scholarship, community engagement, service and/or mentoring are strongly encouraged to apply. Scholars of discovery, integration, engagement, and pedagogy are all important to the NIU community. Successful applicants will teach classes within their (inter-)disciplinary expertise, as well as in conjunction with the academic diversity center where they will hold a joint appointment.
The ideal candidate is expected to establish an active and innovative research program that directly engages Latinx Studies. The ideal candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Latinx Studies as well as meeting curricular needs of the Department of Sociology. The successful candidate will teach courses in their areas of expertise as well as Introduction to Latinx Studies.
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Appointment and Compensation DetailsAnticipated Appointment Start Date 8/16/2023
Anticipated Appointment End Date Percent of Staff Year 0.75 Standard Hours Per Week 37.50 Salary Salary is negotiable and commensurate with experience and qualifications; position includes a robust benefits package. Hourly or Semi-monthly Pay Rate/Range N/A Earn Type SalaryApplication Procedure
For full consideration, prospective applicants should visit https: // employment.niu.edu/postings/67711to apply and upload the following materials by March 1, 2023:
Additional materials may be requested after first review.
Applications received after January 15 are welcomed, but will be considered as needed.
For inquiries, please email Krystyna Kamka at [email protected] .
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