[URBANTH-L]ASU West campus Job Announcement--Social Sciences--Tenure Track

Kristin Koptiuch koptiuch at asu.edu
Mon Nov 8 16:23:37 EST 2004


Arizona State University, at West campus, The New College of
Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. The Department of Social and Behavioral
Sciences invites applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant
level to begin August 16, 2005. We are seeking candidates whose research and
external funding is in areas that might include, but are not limited to
migration, globalization, international non-governmental organizations,
social policy, organizations, and international human rights law. The
successful candidate will contribute to developing MA programs in
Metropolitan Studies and/or Social Justice and Human Rights.

The successful applicant must have completed a Ph.D. by August 15, 2005, in
a social science discipline or interdisciplinary field, must demonstrate a
record of and potential for continued external funding appropriate to
experience, must provide evidence of successful teaching in a substantive
area related to the two MA degrees above, and must demonstrate the potential
for interdisciplinary collaboration in research and grant writing.

Applicants will send a hard copy cover letter addressing qualifications
related to the above requirements, a statement about research, teaching and
grant activity planned for the next five years, a current curriculum vitae,
the names and contact information for at least three references. Please send
your application to: Thomas Keil, Social Policy/Organizations Search
Committee, Arizona State University West campus, Department of Social and
Behavioral Sciences, P.O. Box 37100, Phoenix, AZ 85069. Deadline is December
15, 2004 or the 15th of each month thereafter until the search is closed.
For further information about the department, consult:

As a new American university, Arizona State University is a force for
discovery, turning students into leaders who shape the future. In its 20th
year, the West campus of ASU, located in Phoenix, fulfills this mission
through interdisciplinary teaching, research, and community engagement. The
campus serves more than 7,300 students and offers 29 bachelor¹s degree
programs, nine master¹s degrees, eight professional certificates and is
currently developing its first doctoral degree program. Please visit our web
site at http://www.west.asu.edu/. ASU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer in policy and practice.

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