Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure Track, Shippensburg University


Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure Track, starting August 2017.

The Department is seeking a sociologist, who can teach graduate courses in organizational development and leadership as well as both required and elective undergraduate courses in sociology. Specializations in organizations, leadership, gender, globalization, social movements, and higher education are desired, however, other areas will be considered. The successful applicant is also required to contribute to the University’s General Education Program by teaching Introduction to Sociology: Diversity in Society.

For additional information on the graduate program in organizational development and leadership visit:

Applicants must have completed all coursework toward a PhD in Sociology and be ABD by the time of appointment. A successful on-campus interview is required; the interviews will be conducted by faculty members and deans. Applicants selected for an on-campus interview will be required to complete a teaching demonstration. The successful applicant will also demonstrate an understanding of diverse populations. Applicants selected for an on-campus interview must request three letters of recommendation from professional references.

An earned doctorate in Sociology is preferred.

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For additional information about this position, contact:
Dr. Cynthia Drenovsky
Search Committee Chairperson
Department of Sociology and Anthropology

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