[URBANTH-L]JOB: Metropolitan State College of Denver, Anthropology

Benito Vergara vergara.benito at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 12:13:39 EDT 2008

The Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Behavioral Science of
Metropolitan State College of Denver invites applications for a
full-time, tenure-track position in sociocultural anthropology
beginning in Fall 2009. A Doctorate in Anthropology is required for
appointment. We have a strong preference for candidates whose work
emphasizes globalization or human rights, with a focus on Africa,
South Asia, or the Middle East. Quality college teaching experience, a
willingness to teach culture theory and ethnographic methods, and
experience working in a large urban institution with a diverse student
population are additional preferred qualifications. The position
requires teaching day and evening classes, 12 hours per semester (4
courses), student advising, professional development and service. In
order to be considered for this position applicant's MUST go to
www.mscdjobs.com for full position announcement and application
instructions. Only those applicant's who apply by filling out their
basic application at this site will be considered. Be prepared to
attach your cover letter and curriculum vitae at www.mscdjobs.com ,
position #F577.

Additional materials requested, to be sent directly to the department,
(to complete your application) include: 1) sample syllabi; 2) student
evaluations; 3) peer evaluations (if available); 4) unofficial copies
of transcripts; and 5) three recent letters of recommendation.
Requested materials 1 5 listed above should be sent in hard copy form
to: Mr. Jim Blanchette, Administrative Assistant, Department of
Sociology, Anthropology, and Behavioral Science, Metropolitan State
College of Denver, P.O. Box 173362, Campus Box 28, Denver, CO
80217-3362. Materials received by December 15, 2008 will receive full
consideration. Metropolitan State College of Denver is an equal
opportunity employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.

Metropolitan State College of Denver is a comprehensive,
baccalaureate-degree granting, urban college that offers arts and
sciences, professional, and business courses and programs to a diverse
student population in an atmosphere of mutual respect. Excellence in
teaching and learning is Metro State's primary objective.

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