[URBANTH-L] JOB: tenure-track Urban Economic Development, U Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Angela Jancius jancius3022 at comcast.net
Wed Sep 10 12:46:04 EDT 2008

From: Amanda I Seligman <seligman at uwm.edu>

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Urban Studies Programs invites 
applications for a tenure-track position in urban economic development. 
Ph.D. by Fall 2009 required, in Geography, History, Political Science, 
Sociology, Urban Studies or Economics or related fields. Priority will 
be given to candidates specializing in urban political economy, 
community economic development, local and regional economic development 
policy, nonprofit studies, or related areas. A demonstrated record of 
scholarly excellence as evidenced by publications/grants is essential, 
and an interest in applied research is encouraged. The candidate will be 
expected to teach graduate (master's and/or Ph.D.) courses in Urban 
Studies as well as to develop a scholarly research agenda, possibly as 
an affiliate with the University's Center for Economic Development, 
Center for Urban Initiatives and Research, or Nonprofit Management Program.
A complete application consists of a cover letter, a CV, three letters 
of reference, and a writing sample consisting of an article or 
dissertation chapter. Cover letter, CV, and writing sample should be 
uploaded to the following URL: 
www.jobs.uwm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=50620. Letters of 
reference should be addressed to: Professor Marc V. Levine, Search 
Committee Chair, Urban Studies Programs, Bolton Hall 768, PO Box 413, 
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee WI 53201. The Committee 
will begin reviewing applications by November 15, 2008. UWM is an AA/EEO 

-- Amanda I. Seligman Director, Urban Studies Programs Associate 
Professor, Department of History University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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