Instructor of Peace Studies, Non-Tenure Track: Chapman University (CA, USA)

Instructor of Peace Studies, Non-Tenure Track: Chapman University (CA, USA)

Chapman University’s Peace Studies Department seeks applications for a non-tenure track, Instructor of Peace Studies within Wilkinson College of Art, Humanities and Social Sciences, beginning August 2016.

Chapman University, located in the heart of Orange County, California, offers traditional undergraduate programs in the arts and sciences and select pre-professional and graduate programs. Ranked in the top tier of western universities by U.S. News and World Report, Chapman has gained national recognition with its commitment to excellence through research and innovative teaching. We welcome candidates whose experience in teaching, research, or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. More information about Chapman University is available here

Wilkinson College has a long history of commitment to peace and justice programs and is home to the Delp-Wilkinson Peace Studies Endowment. Additional information may be found here.   

Qualifications

A Ph.D. in Peace Studies or a related discipline, and experience teaching Peace Studies courses is required.

Responsibilities

Teaching eight courses annually, attending required department and Wilkinson College meetings, as well as holding office hours.

Contact Information

Qualified applicants should electronically submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a sample of recent publications, and three references including their contact information to Richard Ruppel, Chair, Search Committee in Peace Studies at [email protected]

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Successful completion of a criminal background check is required for the final candidate.

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