Adjunct Instructor, Department of Culture, History & Politics (Continuous Recruitment)
William Peace University, Raleigh
|University Information:|| |
William Peace University is a nationally-ranked, award-winning institution located in one of the best cities in the United States in downtown Raleigh, NC. WPU provides a culture that values diversity, fosters an energized team environment, builds on our strengths, promotes creativity and innovation, and encourages inclusiveness, respect, and open communication by leading with our actions. Our mission is to prepare our students for careers in the organizations of tomorrow. The ideal candidate will have the ability to embrace the five core values, mission, and vision of William Peace University. Join our team and see why William Peace University was voted one of the Triangle’s Best Places to Work in 2017! Follow your passion and make an impact at WPU.
|Department:||Culture, History, and Politics|
|Purpose of Department:|| |
The History, Culture, and Politics Department offers majors in:
The department also offers minors in Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Forensics, History and American Studies, Political Science, and Global Studies.
Anthropology Program Mission Statement:
Criminal Justice, Political Science, and Pre-Law Program Misson Statement:
Global Studies Program Misson Statement:
|Summary of Position:|| |
William Peace University is continuously seeking qualified scholars for adjunct faculty positions in the Department of Culture, History & Politics who have demonstrated commitment to the promotion of interdisciplinary work, teaching excellence, diversity, and possess a collaborative leadership style. The successful candidates should have knowledge of and experience in their selected teaching discipline, as well as experience with and the ability to use instructional technologies to support classroom activities.
Academic areas would include:
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and are reviewed as vacancies arise within the department.
|Essential duties and responsibilities:|| |
Teaching assignments would include lecture and laboratory instruction in courses for the Department of Culture, History & Politics. Assignments may include classroom courses, online distance-education courses, or both. Depending on the department’s needs, selected candidates will be offered contracts to teach one or more course-sections for semester.
|Minimum Qualifications:|| |
• A Master’s degree in the teaching discipline, or a Master’s degree with a concentration in the teaching discipline (minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in discipline)
|Preferred Qualifications:|| |
• Ph.D. in the teaching discipline
|Hours per week:||Varies by course load|
|Job Posting Date:||01/30/2020|
|Priority Deadline Information:|| |
Priority consideration will be given to applications received by the Priority Date; however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- Please list the disciplines that you are interested in and qualified to teach at WPU. Discipline options would include: Anthropology, Criminal Justice, History and American Studies, Political Science, Pre-Law andGlobal Studies.
(Open Ended Question)
Documents Needed to Apply
- Curriculum Vitae
- Cover Letter
- Unofficial Transcripts
- Teaching Evaluations