Organization: Brown University, Institute at Brown for Environment and Society
Title: Lecturer in Environment and Society
Location: Providence, RI
Application Deadline: 2021-10-10
To apply for this Regular Lecturer Track Faculty job follow this link: http://apply.interfolio.com/89853
Applicants must have a Ph.D. at the time of commencing work.
The Institute at Brown for Environment and Society (IBES) invites applications for two new career-track Lecturer positions. IBES faculty have training across a wide variety of disciplines, including History, Economics, Sociology, Ecology, Earth Sciences, Anthropology and others. The Lecturer positions are open to any discipline or area of specialization that applies a disciplinary perspective to understanding environmental challenges. Key examples of disciplines and areas of specialization include Agriculture, Geography, Environmental Law and Policy, Geospatial Information Technologies, Marine Science, and Environment and Inequality (Environmental Justice, Political Ecology, etc.). We are particularly interested in candidates with demonstrated excellence in teaching.
Lecturers at Brown are members of the regular faculty, have voting privileges, competitive salaries, full benefits, a career progression ladder, and an academic leave policy that is analogous to sabbatical. Lecturers within IBES are expected to teach 4 courses per year, and contribute to student advising and university service. While the principal criteria for evaluation of performance is based on teaching excellence, Lecturers are also expected to make other professional contributions, e.g., through the development of advanced pedagogical approaches, community service or research.
Diversity, equity and inclusion are integral to the commitment of IBES and Brown University. Accordingly, IBES seeks qualified candidates who can contribute to racial equity, diversity and inclusion through service, mentorship, teaching and scholarship. Further, IBES is keenly interested in diversifying and encourages applications from diverse candidates. Candidates from historically underrepresented group(s) in higher education are encouraged to apply.
All candidates should submit: (1) a cover letter describing their interest in the position, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) a teaching statement, (4) two course syllabi or draft syllabi, (5) copies of teaching evaluations (if available), (6) a diversity and inclusion statement, and (7) the contact information for three individuals able to provide letters of recommendation. Full consideration will be given to applications received by October 10; we will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.
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