POOL - Lecturer - 8305BR
POOL - Lecturer
Selected applicants must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.
- Teach a specific number of graduate or undergraduate course(s) each semester. Common examples of courses for which lecturers would be needed:
- Introductory and interdisciplinary courses in global studies at the graduate and undergraduate level (such as GIST 220, GIST 701, or GIST 702)
- Interdisciplinary research methods courses at the graduate and undergraduate level (such as GIST 610 or GIST 710)
- Academic and professional writing courses at the graduate and undergraduate level (such as GIST 698, GIST 810, or GIST 898)
- Or, elective courses on global or world regional themes at the graduate level, which are taught at the Lawrence Campus in the evening or at the Edwards Campus in Overland Park (GIST 750).
- Prepare for and attend all class meetings. In case of absence, the lecturer must make arrangements for a substitute.
- Develop assignments, administer tests, evaluate student work, provide feedback to students, and assign grades.
- Hold regular office hours for students involved in classes taught. A minimum of three posted office hours each week is required. These office hours should be divided over at least two and preferably three different days.
- Be available for reasonable scheduling of appointments if a student cannot meet during scheduled office hours.
- Adhere to all Departmental, College and University policies.
Evaluation of the following requirements will be made through (1) descriptions of work experience and educational experiences in letter of application, (2) record of accomplishments and productivity addressed in C.V., and (3) information provided from professional references.
- For undergraduate courses a Master’s, ABD or Ph.D, OR, for graduate courses a Ph.D. in anthropology, economics, history, political science, sociology, geography, comparative literature, or in global, international or world regional area studies or related field.
- Evidence of college-level teaching experience in the area of global and international studies as evidenced by letter of application, and educational and work experiences articulated in C.V.
- Ph.D or ABD in anthropology, economics, history, political science, sociology, geography, comparative literature, or in global, international or world regional area studies or related field.
- Prior teaching experience in the specific course(s) of interest.
Additional Candidate Instructions
Deadline/ Review Date: Ongoing
Estimated Start Date: Ongoing