Distinguished Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellow in Criminology and Criminal Justice

 

The Criminology and Criminal Justice Program at the University of Rhode Island seeks to hire a Distinguished Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellow for the Academic Year 2021-2022. Subject to a favorable review of teaching and scholarly activities within the first twelve months, the fellow will transition into a full-time, funded, tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor at the end of the first year. The ideal candidate will contribute to and grow the program’s core focus on criminal justice and criminology as sites of inquiry to examine race, (in)equity, and (in)justice. The successful applicant will have a demonstrated commitment to highlighting issues of racial inequity and promoting anti-racism in their scholarship and/ or undergraduate teaching practices. Candidates from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives will be considered.

 

This position is part of a Social Science Diversity & Justice cluster hire and a larger set of coordinated diversity and inclusion initiatives sponsored by the Provost’s office (https://web.uri.edu/provost/files/Agenda-for-Change-2021.Final_.pdf). We aim to hire a cohort of scholar-teachers that excel in academic and/or public scholarship and to facilitate mentorship and professional development towards a tenure-track position. We view mentorship as a multidimensional and reciprocal process. For more information on the cluster hire, please visit: https://web.uri.edu/artsci/news/uri-to-hire-three-distinguished-multicultural-postdoctoral-fellows/

 

We seek applicants who are committed to the University of Rhode Island’s mission as a learner-centered research university where diversity, fairness, and respect are valued. The ideal candidate would be adept at engaging and supporting students from a variety of backgrounds. We strongly encourage applications from individuals who are under-represented across race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other legally protected basis.

 

The postdoctoral fellow would be expected to teach courses on criminology and/or criminal justice topics, advance their research agenda and contribute to department, college, and university service. The teaching load during the year of this fellowship is 1:1.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: The search will remain open until the position has been filled. First consideration will be given to applications received by June 14, 2021. Second consideration may be given to applications received by June 30, 2021. Applications received subsequent to second consideration date (June 30, 2021) may not be given full consideration.

Visit the URI jobs website at https://jobs.uri.edu to apply and view complete details for posting (SF01052). Please attach the following 5 (PDF) documents to your online Faculty Employment Application: (#1) Letter of application that describes your qualifications and interest in the position, (#2) Curriculum Vitae that includes the names and contact information of three references, (#3) a brief teaching portfolio (e.g., 1 page teaching philosophy, sample syllabi of a course you would teach, and teaching evaluations, if available), (#4) 1-page statement detailing how your teaching, service and/or scholarship will support the success of students by embodying the values of Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, and (#5) a sample of your scholarly work of no more than 30 pages.

 

APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE ONLY.

 

The University of Rhode Island is an AA/EEOD employer.

Women, persons of color, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, and

members of other protected groups are encouraged to apply.

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Distinguished Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellow in Sociology of Race

 

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Rhode Island seeks to hire a Distinguished Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellow for the 2021-2022 academic year. Subject to a favorable review of teaching and scholarly activities within the first twelve months, the fellow will transition into a full-time tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor at the end of the first year. We seek a sociologist who specializes in race/ethnicity, racialization, and/or racial inequality.

 

This position is part of a Social Science Diversity & Justice cluster hire of 3 fellows and a larger set of coordinated diversity and inclusion initiatives sponsored by the Provost’s office (https://web.uri.edu/provost/files/Agenda-for-Change-2021.Final_.pdf). We aim to hire a cohort of scholar-teachers that excel in academic and/or public scholarship and to facilitate mentorship and professional development towards a tenure-track position. We view mentorship as a multidimensional and reciprocal process. For more information on the cluster hire, please visit: https://web.uri.edu/artsci/news/uri-to-hire-three-distinguished-multicultural-postdoctoral-fellows/

 

We seek applicants who are committed to the University of Rhode Island’s mission as a learner-centered research university where diversity, fairness, and respect are valued. The ideal candidate would be adept at engaging and supporting students from a variety of backgrounds. We strongly encourage applications from individuals who are under-represented across race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other legally protected basis.

 

The postdoctoral fellow would be expected to teach courses in the sociology of race/ethnicity, advance their research agenda and contribute to department, college, and university service. The teaching load during the year of this fellowship is 1:1. 

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: The search will remain open until the position has been filled. First consideration will be given to applications received by June 14, 2021. Second consideration may be given to applications received by June 30, 2021. Applications received subsequent to second consideration date (June 30, 2021) may not be given full consideration.

 

Visit the URI jobs website at https://jobs.uri.edu to apply and view complete details for posting (SF01050). Please attach the following 5 (PDF) documents to your online Faculty Employment Application: (#1) Letter of application that describes your qualifications and interest in the position, (#2) Curriculum Vitae that includes the names and contact information of three references, (#3) a brief teaching portfolio (e.g., 1 page teaching philosophy, sample syllabi of a course you would teach, and teaching evaluations, if available), (#4) 1-page statement detailing how your teaching, service and/or scholarship will support the success of students by embodying the values of Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, and (#5) a sample of your scholarly work of no more than 30 pages.

 

APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE ONLY.

 

The University of Rhode Island is an AA/EEOD employer.

Women, persons of color, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, and

members of other protected groups are encouraged to apply

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Mercy College Behavioral Science Position Advertisement
November, 2020

 

The School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Mercy College is seeking a candidate for a full-time, tenure track position as Assistant Professor of Behavioral Sciences/Sociology.  Candidates must have a PhD in Behavioral Science, Sociology or a related social science discipline at the time of hire.  Applicants with specialization in Conflict Resolution and Management, Dispute Resolution, Mediation and Communication, Medical Sociology, Healthcare Systems, or Demographyare particularly encouraged to apply.  We welcome applications from candidates with the ability to work effectively in a dynamic team environment.  Candidates should have a strong record of teaching effectiveness with undergraduate students and strong potential for social research and scholarly activity.  Candidates must have a commitment to serving the needs of diverse students. Experience and competencies cultivating inclusive learning environments are preferred.  

 

Mercy College is a nonsectarian, nonprofit New York metropolitan area institution offering over 90 undergraduate and graduate programs. The College has an enrollment of approximately 9,000 students from diverse backgrounds across four campuses in Westchester County and New York City. As Mercy College proudly serves a diverse student body and is a Federally designated Hispanic-serving institution, faculty are dedicated to providing students with access to a transformative education through academic quality and robust student support.  To encourage faculty growth, we offer a host of professional development opportunities to deepen their knowledge of evidence-based practices.

 

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Applications received before December 1, 2020 will be given preference.  Electronic applications are required and must include a cover letter, CV, sample student evaluations of teaching, and the names and contact information for at least three references. Candidates must apply online at https://jobs.mercy.edu.  

 

Mercy College actively engages in recruiting a diverse workforce and student body that includes members of historically underrepresented groups, and strives to build and sustain a welcoming and supportive campus community.   All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, marital status, religion, gender, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

 

Mercy College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.   

 

 Public Humanities Fellow Position at Wartburg

Sarah Lawrence College in partnership with Wartburg invites applications for a Public Humanities Fellow starting in August 2021.  This three-year fellowship is funded by our recently awarded grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (https://www.sarahlawrence.edu/news-events/news/2019-09-26-sarah-lawrence-awarded-1.2-million-mellon-foundation-grant-to-advance-civic-engagement-in-westchester-county-nr.html)

This position will both enhance the work at the Wartburg and extend curricular and pedagogical innovation for the college. 

The Public Humanities Fellow will lead several key pieces of work to help residents link their past with the future-to become more connected to their family members, staff and the wider world.  Both storytelling, an ancient oral tradition for sharing personal histories and traditions and technology, a new medium to share stories, interests, music, and more will be integral to the work of the Public Humanities Fellow. Working closely with residents and staff members, initiatives will include; the development of an interactive, oral history program that includes a multi-media platform.  Story-telling methods might involve writing, film, photography, theatre etc; the implementation of Soundmind, a virtual concierge system, a new technology (similar to Alexa), to keep seniors informed, engaged, and connected to their families, friends and wider Wartburg community.  Technology will help to change the face of geriatric care for both staff members and for the lives of residents.  We hope such initiatives will promote increased emotional health, social engagement and lifelong learning for seniors at Wartburg as we bring technology more into their lives.

The successful candidate will combine a Ph.D. and/or MFA or equivalent professional accomplishment in a relevant field with experience in community engagement.  The candidate will be passionate about working with the elderly.  Understanding the role of full-care senior facilities, like Wartburg, in the evolution of society and the importance of increasing communication on multiple levels for residents, their families and the staff will be important for a successful candidate. Good interpersonal skills, patience, imagination and the desire to improve communication with and for the elderly are essential to this work.

The Public Humanities Fellow will also teach courses at the College that will build on this work.  While the Fellow’s area of specialty is open, we envision courses based in the arts (digital media, writing/story telling, theatre) and/or some aspects of the social sciences (psychology, gerontology, public policy, sociology, journalism, public policy) that will involve our undergraduates in oral history projects and/or archival and community research.

The candidate will create an equitable and respectful environment for all community members from various constituencies.  We invite interested candidates to submit a statement of interest and possible directions that they might take the Fellowship along with a CV, three letters of recommendation, relevant evidence of teaching (such as syllabi or a statement of teaching philosophy), and a sample of their work either in print or in a multi-media format.  Consideration of applications will begin on March 15, 2021.

To apply go to: https://slc.peopleadmin.com/postings/1456

Sarah Lawrence College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has as one of its goals the recruitment and retention of a racially and culturally diverse administration, staff and faculty.  To that end, every job opening is seen as an opportunity to increase diversity and every effort will be made to expand the applicant pool in accordance with these goals.

Wartburg is an equal opportunity employer seeking dedicated, diverse, and caring individuals to contribute to our commitment of a standard of excellence and exceptional care.  We pledge to expand our talent pool by the recruitment and retention of a racially and culturally diverse staff.  Every employment opportunity is viewed as a chance to increase and expand on our vision in accordance with our goals. Please visit our website at www.wartburg.org

 Maxwell School: Race and Qualitative Methods

The Department of Sociology in the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level to begin Fall 2021. We are seeking a scholar of race with preference given to applicants who specialize in African American/Black American/Black immigrant experiences and issues, and have an active research program that uses field-based qualitative research methods. The successful candidate for this position will be expected to teach graduate and undergraduate courses in qualitative research methods, with an emphasis on interviewing and ethnography, in addition to substantive courses on race and related topics. Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to other strengths in the sociology department (please visit https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/soc/Faculty_Research_Areas/) as well as to Maxwell School-wide priorities.  

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Sociology or a related discipline and must show potential for success in scholarly achievement and productivity, as well as a commitment to graduate and undergraduate teaching. The department seeks candidates whose research, teaching, and service have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education.

Review of applications will begin January 15, 2021.  For consideration, interested candidates must apply at www.sujobopps.com by completing a brief faculty application. Candidates must attach a letter of interest, vita, one publication or writing sample, a teaching statement, a research statement, and three letters of reference.

Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution. The University prohibits discrimination and harassment based on race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law to the extent prohibited by law. This nondiscrimination policy covers admissions, employment, and access to and treatment in University programs, services, and activities.

 

Assistant/Associate Professor - Emerging Technologies & the Future of Work and Workers

 

 The Department of Sociology in the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs invites applications for a tenure-track/tenured position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level to begin Fall 2021. This recruitment is part of an ambitious Invest Syracuse Cluster Hire Initiative in the broad area of Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Systems, and the Human-Technology Frontier. As an integral part of this investment, Syracuse University will recruit multiple candidates for this cluster. Faculty hired into these positions will build on our existing strengths in the focus area and will participate in an organized research cluster that spans multiple departments in the Maxwell School and across Syracuse University.

 

We seek a scholar with a strong background and research interest in the connections between emerging technologies (i.e. AI, autonomous systems, etc.) and the future of work/ workers. Research may emphasize workplace, labor market, or global labor impacts.  We seek candidates who emphasize social justice, inequality, and diversity in their study of emerging technologies in relation to the future of work/workers. The successful candidate will be expected to teach graduate and undergraduate courses such as Science, Technology & Society and Sociology of Work. Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to other strengths in the Sociology Department (please visit https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/soc/Faculty_Research_Areas/) as well as to Maxwell School-wide priorities.

 

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Sociology or a related discipline and must show success in scholarly achievement and productivity, as well as a commitment to graduate and undergraduate teaching. The department seeks candidates whose research, teaching, and service have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education. Faculty members will be affiliated with the Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI), which is housed in the Maxwell School and centers on interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching related to the design, policy, and social implications of autonomous systems.

 

Review of applications will begin January 15, 2021.  For consideration, interested candidates must apply at www.sujobopps.com by completing a brief faculty application. Candidates must attach a letter of interest, vita, one publication or writing sample, a teaching statement, a research statement, and three letters of reference.

 

Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution. The University prohibits discrimination and harassment based on race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law to the extent prohibited by law. This nondiscrimination policy covers admissions, employment, and access to and treatment in University programs, services, and activities.