The Department of History and Political Science at Worcester State University seeks to fill a one year visiting non-tenure-track position for the 2019-2020 academic year in the field of Comparative Politics and/or International Relations. Area specialty is open. The successful candidate will teach introductory courses in Global Politics and International Relations, as well as upper-level courses in their specialty. The teaching load is four courses per semester. Instructional modes may include face-to-face classes, hybrid, or fully online courses.
The successful candidate should also be able to advise undergraduate students and otherwise contribute to the academic and strategic missions of the department and the university.
Ph.D. in Political Science; the degree must have been awarded by September 2019.
Worcester State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer which seeks to reflect the diversity of its community.
Review of applications will begin January 1 and continue until position is filled.
Salary and rank commensurate with education and experience.
All applicants must apply online at: http://worcester.interviewexchange.com
Submission should include: letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and 3 letters of reference. Original transcripts will be required if degrees cannot be verified through the National Student Clearinghouse.
All information that can be uploaded to one's e-account should be done so by the applicant; information which cannot may be faxed to 508-929-8169 or sent to the following address:
Director of Human Resources
Worcester State University
486 Chandler Street
Worcester, MA 01602-2597
Category: Faculty and Librarian
Internal Number: 105289
About Worcester State University
WORCESTER STATE UNIVERSITY is a vibrant public university located in the residential west side of Worcester, Massachusetts, the second largest city in New England and home to 38,000 college students at more than a dozen colleges and universities. Situated on a compact 58-acre campus, the University offers 50 undergraduate and graduate academic programs to more than 6,400 students annually. The Princeton Review ranks us as one of the 75 "Best Value" public colleges in the country, as well as a "Best in the Northeast" college.