Part-time instructor Anthropology
Penn State University
- Penn State Abington
- Date Announced:
- Date Closing:
- open until filled
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- Work Unit:
- Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses - Penn State Abington
- Psychological and Social Science Program
Penn State Abington’s Psychological and Social Science Program is searching for adjunct faculty to teach Anthropology classes during Fall 2018 (and potentially future semesters). Specifically, we are seeking candidates with knowledge of Cultural Anthropology and related areas. To be eligible for the position, a minimum of a Master’s degree is required. Prior college teaching experience is strongly preferred. Penn State Abington serves racially- and ethnically-diverse students, first-generation college students, students from a range of socio-economic backgrounds, and a significant international student population. Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to helping all students succeed through engagement in and out of the classroom. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications must be submitted electronically and include a cover letter, a curriculum vita, and at least two reference letters (if the candidate does not have access to the letters of reference, they can be sent to Dr. Michael Bernstein, Chair of Psychological and Social Sciences (firstname.lastname@example.org). Dr. Bernstein can also answer any questions regarding the position. The Abington College of Pennsylvania State University is a four-year college with a diverse population of 4,000 students in the suburb of Abington, Pennsylvania. While maintaining a close-knit academic community atmosphere typical of a small liberal arts college, Abington offers its students and faculty all of the resources of a major research university.
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