JOB: Interdisciplinary, New Mexico State University

Honors College Position Announcement

New Mexico State University seeks to fill a tenure track assistant professor position in an interdisciplinary field that will provide depth to its Honors College, strength to an academic department, and diversity to its faculty. Although the appointment will be made in an academic department, the candidate’s teaching responsibilities will include one course per semester in the Honors College, with the remainder of the teaching, scholarship, and service/outreach assignment to be determined by the relevant academic department.

The candidate should have prior experience teaching courses at the undergraduate level as well as a track record promoting the educational achievement of undergraduate underrepresented minority students. The candidate should also have a record of scholarship and/or creative activity in the appropriate discipline. Applications are especially encouraged from persons whose scholarship emphasizes one or more of the following interdisciplinary perspectives: health disparities; nanotechnology; ethics, including bio/medical ethics; economic development, including entrepreneurship; Southwestern and border history and/or culture;social and/or environmental justice; sustainability; the social, cultural, and/or educational experiences of underrepresented minorities.

A complete description of the position may be found on the NMSU Human Resources web site (position #2011004381):

Applications must be submitted online via the New Mexico State University Honors College web site at: Review of applications will begin November 15, 2011 and will continue until the position is filled.


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