Ethnic Studies GE Positions AY19

Contact Information
Donella-Elizabeth Alston
818 E. 15th Avenue
Department of Ethnic Studies
Eugene
OR
97403-5268
Phone: 
541-346-0900
Email: 
ethnic@uoregon.edu
Deadline
Friday, March 16, 2018 - 5:00pm
Open Until Filled: 
yes
Open until filled, review begins on: 
Friday, March 16, 2018 - 5:00pm
Department: 
Ethnic Studies
FTE: 
.40 - .49
Terms: 
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Spring
Academic Year: 
2018-2019
Duties: 

ALL AY 19 POSITIONS ARE CURRENTLY FILLED.

However, all application materials that we receive after March 16th, 2018 will be added to our Applicant Pool. If/when new positions become available, our Search Committee will review the applications in our pool to make their decisions.

Two types of positions are currently available:

  1. Assisting the instructor & leading two (2) discussion sections at .45 FTE (ES 101, ES 352).
  2. Grading or assisting the instructor with grading/course related work for ES 200-level courses (.40 FTE).

Possible research, administrative or teaching positions at .20, .30, and .49 FTE (respectively) may become available.

 

Graduate students pursuing any master’s or doctoral degree may apply.

Preferred Qualifications: 
  1. Significant knowledge of African American, Chicana/Chicano, U.S. Latina/Latino,
    Native American, Asian American, Arab American, comparative ethnic studies, and/or women of color feminism.
  2. For some positions, teaching experience is required.
  3. Record of academic excellence.
  4. Strong interdisciplinary background.
Application Procedure: 

Applications should be submitted digitally and include:

 

Our General Duties and Responsibilities Statement (GDRS), which includes our general appointment/reappointment process and criteria, is available online.

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