Pennsylvania State University Part Time - African Studies - Adjunct Lecturer in University Park, Pennsylvania
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JOB DESCRIPTION AND POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
The African Studies Program at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer openings for Spring and Summer 2024.
- Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate resident and/or online courses in African Studies.
Requirements and Qualifications
The candidate should possess at least a master’s degree or its equivalent, or be an active candidate for a terminal degree, in a related academic field; a Master’s degree in a related field is strongly preferred.
Candidates with a Ph.D. in a related field may also be assigned to teach an upper-level undergraduate course.
These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments. Lecturers normally teach one to two courses. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until all of the vacancies are filled. To be considered for this opening, applicants must submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for this job and curriculum vitae.
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