The Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy invites applications for a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer position. We seek candidates who can teach in two distinct areas: (1) race and public policy; and (2) international public affairs, in areas such as development, human rights, or NGO management. These courses will serve students across the Brooks School, at both the undergraduate and professional master’s levels. This is a 9-month, full-time appointment for two years with possibility of renewal, title to be commensurate with experience and qualifications. The position would begin in mid-August 2024.
The successful candidate will have earned a graduate-level degree (MA, MS, JD, PhD, or similar) in public policy, political science, sociology, economics or in a related field, and can demonstrate evidence of ability to teach at the university level.
Interested applicants should submit a 1) letter of interest briefly summarizing background, qualifications, and interest in position; 2) CV; 3) teaching statement outlining your teaching philosophy, goals, accomplishments, and experiences; 4) teaching evaluations (if available); 5) names and contact information for three references; and 6) a description of experience with, and/or approaches to (past, current, or future), fostering learning, research, service, and/or outreach in a diverse community—applicants may choose to submit a stand-alone statement or embed the information in other parts of their application materials.
Materials should be submitted online to Academic Jobs Online at the following link: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/26858
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a candidate is selected. For full consideration, please apply by February 1st, 2024. For questions regarding the position, please contact Search Committee Chair Professor Matthew Hall at [email protected].
The Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy was established in 2021 to tackle the most pressing policy challenges we face in the U.S. and globally. To advance this goal, we are hiring world-class research scholars and educators across a variety of disciplines who are oriented toward policy engagement and impact.
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