- Human Rights (Full-Time, Non-Tenure Track Position)
- Race, Identity, and Intercultural Communication (Full-Time, Non-Tenure Track Position)
- Research Design and Quantitative Methods (Full-Time, Non-Tenure Track Position)
- International Development (Full-Time, Non-Tenure Track Position)
- Comparative Politics and Research Design (Full-Time, Non-Tenure Track Position)
I’m happy to have supportive colleagues who share research interests.
SIS is a welcoming and interdisciplinary space; it’s the norm here. There’s a clear interest in cultivating interdisciplinary research and training students to become leaders and scholars that straddle disciplines. At the same time, the sociological lens I bring to my teaching and research on the role of race in politics and statecraft in the Americas is valued. I’m also pleased to see an administration committed to promoting diversity and inclusion.
A growing top-10 school for international affairs, SIS hired 28 new full-time faculty since 2015
SIS scholar-teachers often:
- Incorporate research into their teaching and provide opportunities for students to coauthor publications
- Receive numerous external awards
- Contribute to cutting-edge research findings
More than 9 different disciplines represented by newly hired SIS faculty.