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Current Full-Time Faculty Openings

Available Positions

Anthropology - Urban Contexts and Populations, Tenure-line, Assistant or Associate Professor
Art - Modern and Contemporary Art History, Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor, AY 2017-18

Biology - Cellular or Molecular Biology, Non-Tenure Track, Open Rank

Business - Center for the study of "Business in the Capital" - Chaired Professor/Director, open rank and open position

Business - Cyber Security Governance & Risk Management, Tenure-line, AY 2017-18

Business - Finance and Real Estate, Tenure-line, Open Rank, AY 2017-18
Chemistry - Postdoctoral, Research Assistant Professor, January 2017
Communication - Race, Media, and Communication, Tenure-track, AY 2017-18
Communication - Strategic Communication/Data Analytics, Tenure-Track, AY 2017-18
Computer Science - Computational Neuroscience, Tenure-line, Open Rank, AY 2017-18
Computer Science - Machine Learning applied to Defense and Security, postdoctoral, Non-Tenure Track, January 1, 2017
Chemistry - Bioanalytical Chemistry, Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor
Economics - Development Economics, Tenure-line, Assistant or Associate Professor
Environmental Science - Applied Atmospheric Science and Employing Computational, Geospatial, or Modeling Approaches, Tenure-line, Open Rank, AY 2017-18
Professional & Extended Studies - Program Director, M.S. in Human Resource Analytics and Management, Non-tenure Track, Professorial Lecturer or Instructor Government - Public Affairs, Director of the Center for Congressional & Presidential Studies, Tenure-line, Associate or full Professor
International Service - Peace & Conflict, Non-Tenure Track, Open Rank, Spring 2017
International Service - Development Studies, Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor, AY 2017-18
International Service - Emerging Powers, Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor, AY 2017-18
International Service - Human Security, Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor, AY 2017-18
International Service - Race and Global Studies, Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor, AY 2017-18
International Service - Transnational Security/International Security, Tenure-line, Associate or full Professor, AY 2017-18
Justice, Law, & Criminology - Policing or Criminological Theory, Tenure-line, Assistant or Associate Professor, AY 2017-18
Justice, Law, & Criminology - Race & Justice, Tenure-line, Open Rank, AY 2017-18
Law Library - Access Service Law Librarian, Tenure-Track
Library - Business Librarian, Open Rank, Continuing Appointment Line
Literature - Creative Writing, Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor Physics - Experimental, Computational, or Engineering, Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor, AY 2017-18

Public Administration & Policy, Tenure-line, Assistant or Associate Professor, AY 2017-18
Public Affairs - Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, Open Rank, June 2017
Sociology - Director of the Center of Health, Risk, & Society, Tenured, Associate or full Professor
World Languages & Cultures - French, Non-Tenure Track, Open Rank, January 2017

Position Description

Economics – Development Economics – Assistant or Associate Professor

One tenure-line opening at the rank of assistant or associate professor in applied development economics, beginning Fall 2017. Candidates must be able to advise PhD students and supervise doctoral dissertations. Candidates should have an interest in policy-relevant research, strong econometric skills, and excellent teaching credentials at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The successful applicant must have an interest in and demonstrate the potential for attaining external research funding. Applicants should have a PhD or anticipated PhD completion by August 2017.

Applications must include a cover letter or statement, curriculum vitae, sample research paper, and letters from three references and must be sent to www.EconJobMarket.org.Consideration of applications will continue until the position is filled, but complete applications received by November 30, 2016 will receive priority for interviews at the ASSA meetings in January 2017.

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