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- Arts and Sciences - Critical Race, Gender and Culture Studies, Term Professorial Lecturer with specialty in Latinx Studies, AY 2020-21, 9-month appointment
- Arts and Sciences - Department of Literature, Creative Writing, Term Faculty AY 2020-21
- Arts and Sciences - Postdoctoral Fellowship for Academic Diversity (2 positions), Fall 2020
- Professional & Extended Studies - Term, Multiple Faculty Positions
- Professional & Extended Studies - Instructor, Term, Multiple Openings.
- School of Communication - IRW-FRONTLINE Research Fellow.
- School of Education - Professorial Lecturer/Accreditation and Assessment Coordinator, AY 2020-21
- School of Education - Director of M.A. in Special Education: Learning Disabilities
- School of Education - Senior Professorial Lecturer/Professorial Lecturer, EdD and MEd Education Policy and Leadership, AY2020-21
- School of Public Affairs - Postdoctoral Fellow for Academic Diversity , Department of Public Administration and Policy.
- School of Public Affairs - Postdoctoral Fellow for Academic Diversity , Department of Justice, Law and Criminology.
- University Library – Business Librarian, for Kogod School of Business (Beginning Summer 2020)
- Washington College of Law - Assistant Professor of Legal Rhetoric ( Academic Year 2020-2021)
- Washington College of Law - Practitioner-in-Residence , Disability Rights Law Clinic.
- Washington College of Law - Practitioner-in-Residence , Immigrant Justice Clinic.
- Washington College of Law - Practitioner-in-Residence , Janet R. Spragens Federal Tax Clinic.
- Washington College of Law - Practitioner-in-Residence , Women and the Law Clinic.
- Washington College of Law - Visiting Professor , International Human Rights Law Clinic.
- Washington College of Law - Visiting Professor , Women and the Law Clinic.
- Washington College of Law -Practitioner-in-Residence , Entrepreneurship Law Clinic.
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