December 2005 Employment Bulletin

Positions in Academic Settings (A - G)

University of Akron. Assistant Professor of Sociology. The Department of Sociology at the University of Akron invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position to begin August 28, 2006. The department seeks a candidate whose area of expertise is in the Sociology of Law. Responsibilities include conducting and publishing research, applying for external grants, professional service, and teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Additionally, the successful candidate will be able to teach law-related courses in the Department of Political Science. However, the tenure home for this position is the Department of Sociology. The candidate must hold the PhD at the time of appointment. Preference will be given to the PhD earned in Sociology or a closely related field. The Department of Sociology provides a supportive environment for professional growth. The department is one of 18 PhD granting departments within the university. Presently, the department includes 15 full-time faculty, 550 undergraduate majors, and 30 graduate students, 20 of whom are on full-time assistantships. According to the latest NSF data, the department ranks 16th nationally in federal R&D expenditures. Furthermore, the department has been recognized by the American Sociological Association for its exemplary graduate teacher-training program. Applicants should send a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, and three letters of reference to C. André Christie-Mizell, Search Committee Chair, Department of Sociology, The University of Akron, Akron, OH 44325-1905. Review of Applications will begin on December 31, 2005; however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Salary is competitive and depends upon qualifications and experience. The University of Akron is committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and to the principles of Affirmative Action in accordance with state and federal laws. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

University of Alabama. Senior Research Social Scientist or Research Social Scientist. The Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) at the University of Alabama seeks applications for the position of Senior Research Social Scientist or Research Social Scientist. This individual will work with ISSR research scientists and staff to develop grant and contract proposals, conduct funded research, supervise graduate students in research, and build collaborative relationships with researchers throughout the University. ISSR is in interdisciplinary research department within the College of Arts and Sciences. Its mission to promote and conduct social and behavioral research at the University is carried out through collaborative interdisciplinary research and undergraduate and graduate research training. ISSR researchers conduct evaluation, needs assessment, intervention, and survey research in a variety of areas, including childhood risk, health, poverty, and educational innovations. In addition to a research appointment, the individual will hold a tenured faculty appointment in a related academic department and will participate in that department teaching one course per year, as well as serving on thesis and dissertation committees and training students in research. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of ISSR, individuals from any social science or health-related discipline will be considered. Doctorate in a social science or public health discipline, at least 10 years experience conducting social science or health-related research, and an established record of external research funding and publications are required. Experience with interdisciplinary and collaborative research, expertise in statistics, and interests in health, social, educational or economic outcomes are highly desirable. Administrative skills are desirable based on future program needs. The University of Alabama is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Applications from women and minorities are encouraged. The position is available August 16, 2006. Review of applications begins January 15, 2006 and will continue until the position is filled. Salary will be dependent upon experience and established record of external funding. Please send applications, including a letter of interest, Curriculum Vitae, and at least two letters of reference to Debra McCallum, Institute for Social Science Research, Box 870216, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0216; (205) 348-3820; email dmccallu@bama.ua.edu.

University of Alabama invites applications for an associate/full professor position in the Department of Criminal Justice, to begin August 2006. Applicants will hold a PhD in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a related discipline. Specialty areas are open. Candidates must have demonstrated excellence in teaching and research. The successful candidate must have a record of grant support. The Department currently houses master's and bachelor's degree programs in criminal justice as well as a sociology minor program. There are eight faculty, about 275 undergraduate majors, and 25 masters students. Send a letter of interest, Curriculum Vitae, and list of three or more references to: Celia Lo, Chair, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Alabama, Box 870320, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0320; (205) 348-7795; email Clo@Ua.Edu. Review of applications will begin by February 1 and continue until the position is filled. The University is committed to diversity and to Equal Opportunity for all, thus applications from well-qualified women, minority, and differently-abled scholars are especially desired. US News & World Report in the past four years ranked the University of Alabama among the top 50 public universities nationally.

University of Alabama-Huntsville. The Department of Sociology invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level, beginning August 2006. Applicants should have a strong interest in undergraduate teaching and an active research program. The successful candidate will be interested in teaching both undergraduate statistics and methods, and one or more of the following: science/technology, environment, medical, criminology or other courses that add to our department's offerings. A PhD in Sociology is required by the appointment date. Huntsville is a rapidly growing, cosmopolitan, high-tech city in northern Alabama. Regular teaching load is three courses per semester. Applications should include Curriculum Vitae, three letters of reference, and transcripts, and be sent to Glenna Colclough, Chair of Search Committee, Department of Sociology, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL 35899. Review of applications will begin December 15 and continue until the position is filled. The University of Alabama in Huntsville is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

University of Alaska Southeast. The Department of Social Science invites applications for a full-time, three-year term position beginning Fall 2006 at the Assistant Professor level. Preference will give given to applicants with PhD in sociology; ABD considered. The position requires a commitment to quality teaching and college service; the teaching assignment is four courses per semester. Applicants should be generalists in sociology and prepared to teach a variety of courses including introductory sociology and social problems, as well as additional courses that fit the department's need. Apply online at www.uakjobs.com. Please submit with electronic application: Curriculum Vitae, one-page teaching philosophy, transcripts and three letters of recommendation or mail documents to Personnel Services (Sociology Search), University of Alaska Southeast, 11120 Glacier Hwy, Juneau, AK 99801. Minimum salary is $46,000 and commensurate with experience and qualifications. Review begins on January 17, 2006 and remains open until filled. The University of Alaska Southeast is a small, public, open enrollment College that serves traditional and non-traditional students. UAS is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and Educational Institution.

Arizona State University. The Faculty of Sociology (www.asu.edu/clas/sociology) invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor positions beginning Fall 2006. We seek candidates with specialization in social demography to become affiliates of the expanding Center for Population Dynamics (www.asu.edu/clas/fhd/cepod/). The Center is part of the new interdisciplinary School of Social and Family Dynamics and is targeted for enhanced growth and support. Candidates must have a PhD in Sociology or related field of social science with a concentration in demography by time of appointment, and have demonstrated potential in research, obtaining external funding, and teaching at graduate and undergraduate levels. All specializations in demography are welcome with a strong preference for expertise in family, health or migration. We seek to fill one of the positions with a candidate whose research has an international or comparative focus. Preference also will be given to candidates who have evidence of working in interdisciplinary settings. Review of complete applications will start December 1, 2005, if not filled, every two weeks thereafter until the search is closed. Send a letter of application discussing your research and teaching interests, Curriculum Vitae, three letters of recommendation, and two samples of written work to Jennifer Glick, Search Committee Chair, Arizona State University, Department of Sociology, Box 874802, Tempe, AZ 85287-4802; email jennifer.glick@asu.edu. A background check is required for employment. ASU actively seeks diversity among applicants and promotes a diverse workforce and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Arizona State University. Lecturer, The Barrett Honors College. The Barrett Honors College of Arizona State University invites applications for a Lecturer position. The faculty of the honors college, comprised of non-tenure track Lecturers and Senior Lecturers on one to three-year renewable appointments, normally teach four seminar classes of fewer than 20 students each semester. Most of these classes are sections of a first-year, two-semester interdisciplinary examination of important ideas from the earliest writing to the present. They are discussion-based seminars taught by the faculty from their different perspectives of natural science, social science or humanities. Special attention is given to critical thinking and argumentative writing skills. Barrett Honors College students represent the top 7% of undergraduates at ASU, with average entering SATs of 1320 and one quarter of the class National Merit Finalists. We seek a full-time, multi-year Lecturer to teach the first-year seminar from the point of view of a social science discipline. The position begins August, 2006; the nine-month salary will be based on education and experience. Qualifications: A PhD in the social sciences as defined at ASU is required at time of hire, as is prior teaching experience at the college level. Experience in leading discussion seminars is desirable. The social sciences degrees acceptable for this position may be in: African and African American Studies, American Indian Studies, Anthropology, Archeology, Asian Pacific American Studies, Chicana and Chicano Studies, Geography, Global Studies, Human Communication, Justice Studies, Political Science, Sociology, Women and Gender Studies, or an interdisciplinary degree that combines some of these fields of study. Application: Please send: (1) letter of application detailing teaching philosophy and experience, disciplinary training and research, and how your discipline can contribute to honors education, (2) Curriculum Vitae, (3) brief writing sample, and (4) names, addresses and phone numbers for three references who can address teaching experience. Send your application materials to: Lecturer Search Committee, The Barrett Honors College, Arizona State University, PO Box 871612, Tempe AZ 85287-1612. Questions about the position may be addressed to: Don Beggs, Chair, Lecturer Search Committee, at the same address. Review will begin on January 31, 2006, every two weeks thereafter until search is closed. ASU is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer in policy and practice. Background check is required prior to employment.

Austin Peay State University. The Sociology program invites applications for a tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor to begin Fall 2006. A PhD in Sociology is preferred, ABD will be considered if the PhD will be completed by August 2006. Teaching responsibilities include a range of lower and upper-division undergraduate courses, including introduction to sociology, social problems, criminology, and contributions to a family studies minor. The candidate should also be willing to teach research methods. The department teaching load is four courses each semester. The successful candidate will also be expected to engage in scholarly research and publication, advise students, and be involved in other professional activity. Please submit a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, official undergraduate and graduate transcripts, email address, and three letters of recommendation to: Office of Human Resources, Austin Peay State University, Attn: HR Faculty Applications, Sociology Position, Box 4698, Clarksville, TN 37044. Material may be submitted by fax to (931) 221-7105 or by email to FacultyApplication@apsu.edu. Minorities, women, and members of other protected groups are encouraged to apply. Austin Peay State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Azusa Pacific University. Faculty Position in Sociology. The Department of Global Studies and Sociology invites applications for a position as assistant or associate professor of sociology, beginning fall 2006. A PhD in Sociology is required. Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence and scholarship in theory, research methods, and/or crime/deviance, but consideration will be given to any specialization within sociology. College teaching experience is preferred. Responsibilities include carrying an undergraduate teaching load of 24 units per year, working closely with individual sociology majors to enhance their academic and personal experience at the university, and developing new sociology courses as needed. Involvement in departmental and university affairs is expected. Candidates should also evidence a commitment compatible with the mission of this evangelical Christian university, and a readiness to integrate faith and learning. This faculty member reports directly to the department chair and works closely with three other faculty members in the sociology program. This is a nine-month renewable appointment with an option for a tenth month. Rank is commensurate with earned degree and teaching experience. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current Curriculum Vitae, and contact information for three professional references to: Richard Robison, Search Committee Chair, Department of Global Studies and Sociology, Azusa Pacific University, PO Box 7000, Azusa, CA 91702-7000; (626) 815-3844. Review of applications continues until the position is filled.

Baker University. Assistant Professor of Sociology. Baldwin City, Kansas. The Department of History, Political Science, & Sociology invites applications for an Assistant Professor in Sociology (tenure track) to begin August 2006. The candidate must have expertise in at least two of the following - Family, Religion, Medicine, or Complex Organizations; have secondary expertise in Gender, Race or Sexualities, and share teaching Research Methods. We are interested in a candidate who can bring experience in qualitative methods to the Department. Applicants must be committed to teaching in a small college setting and dedicated to student-centered learning. The doctorate must be completed by date of appointment. Applicants should send a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, statement of educational philosophy and pedagogical approach, three reference letters, and official transcripts to: Janet McManus, Director of Human Resources, Baker University, Baldwin City, KS 66006-0065. Baker is located 40 minutes west of Kansas City, has completed a significant strategic planning effort, is revising its general education program and positioning itself for continued growth. Review of applications will begin January 3, 2006 and continue until the position is filled. Women, persons from diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds, and persons from underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply. Baker University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Beloit College. Beloit College is a selective undergraduate liberal arts college highly committed to excellence in teaching and scholarship. The Department of Sociology invites applications for a full-time, tenure-line assistant professor position to start in Fall 2006. The successful candidate will become part of a department with a unique opportunity to help fashion the future of the sociology major within our liberal arts program. This position requires teaching and research expertise in the area of race/ethnicity, first and foremost. Other substantive areas are open. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to all-college service and programs. Required credentials: PhD in sociology (will consider ABD if degree in hand by Fall 2006). Teaching experience preferred. The city of Beloit is located in southern Wisconsin, proximate to Madison, Milwaukee, and Chicago. Qualified candidates should mail a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, detailed statements of teaching and research interests, sample syllabi, and three letters of recommendation to Carey Pieratt-Seeley, Sociology Search Committee Chair, 700 College St., Beloit, WI 53511. The deadline is December 15, 2005. Beloit College is committed to the educational benefits of diversity and urges all interested individuals to apply. Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity/Employer.

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania invites applications for a permanent, tenure track Instructor/Assistant Professor position beginning August 2006. AA# 45-5-96. Primary responsibility will be teaching undergraduate courses in sociology. Areas of specialization are open but preference will be given to those with expertise in applied sociology, medical sociology, or sociology of organizations. Required: Doctorate in Sociology by August 2006. Demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations is preferred. Only applications postmarked by January 27, 2006 can be assured full consideration. For a full position description, including application process, please visit www.bloomu.edu/jobs. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportinuty Employer.

Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research invites applications for two full-time tenure track positions: Assistant Professor (Clinical and Direct Practice) and Assistant Professor (Policy Practice, Advocacy, and/or Community Organization) to start in August of 2006. For further Information about the positions go to the Bryn Mawr College Web site: www.brynmawr.edu/provost/searches.html.

Bryn Mawr College seeks a scholar of Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) with expertise in the Middle East for a three-year, full-time, non-tenure track position as Visiting Assistant Professor. Candidates for this position must have the PhD in hand by the summer of 2006 in any of the social sciences. The appointment will be made to the most appropriate of the Colleges social science disciplines (i.e. anthropology, economics, political science, psychology, or sociology). The successful candidate will teach the core PACS courses at the introductory, intermediate and advanced levels, and courses on the Middle East in the discipline. Specific specializations that would be of interest include: community studies, conflict resolution, gender and society, intergroup relations, negotiation and bargaining theory, religion and politics, social movements, and international politics. Applications will be reviewed starting December 5, 2005. Please send a Curriculum Vita, three letters of recommendation, a statement of research and teaching interests to: Lorraine Kirschner, Peace and Conflict Studies Search Committee, Thomas Library, 101 N. Merion Avenue, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010. Bryn Mawr College is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouraging excellence through diversity.

University of California-Berkeley. School of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program. One tenure-track position is currently open for a scholar with primary research and teaching interests in the empirical study of law and legal institutions utilizing quantitative methodologies. In making the appointment, the Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program seeks to complement and extend existing faculty strengths in the social, historical, and philosophical study of law. The candidate should possess evidence of outstanding promise in the empirical study of law and legal institutions utilizing quantitative methods, and the skills and interest to teach quantitative research methods courses on a regular basis. The position is open to candidates who have completed all the requirements for their doctoral degree by July 1, 2006 in any social science discipline including, anthropology, economics, political science, psychology, sociology, and history. The appointment will be made at the junior-level. The appointee will be expected to teach graduate and undergraduate courses, and to supervise graduate student research. The position, effective from July 1, 2006, is in the Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program (JSP), a PhD Program at the School of Law (Boalt Hall), University of California, Berkeley. [For further details, see www.law.berkeley.edu/academics/jsp/index.html.] Applicants should send an expression of interest, a Curriculum Vita, a writing sample, and an email contact address to Associate Dean Jonathan Simon, Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program, School of Law (Boalt Hall), University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-7200. In addition, the applicant should arrange for three letters of reference to be sent directly to Associate Dean Simon. The committee will begin review applications after January 1, 2006, but the position will remain open until filled. The University of California is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

University of California-Irvine. Lecturer, the Sociology of Fashion. The Student Recommended Faculty Program (SRFP) of the University of California, Irvine seeks a lecturer for a one-year appointment for the 2006-2007 academic year in the School of Social Sciences. The successful applicant will teach undergraduate courses in the Sociology of Fashion. Proposed courses might include but need not be limited to Social Inequality and Fashion, Gender and Ethnic Identities, Body Work, the Social Power of Fashion, the Media in Fashion, Fashion and Labor, Fashion in the Global Economy. The applicant may propose additional courses of his/her choice in any area of the Sociology of Fashion. A PhD is required, as is a commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching. Send Curriculum Vitae, teaching evaluations, sample course syllabi and the names and email addresses of three references to Rudi Berkelhamer, Associate Dean, Division of Undergraduate Education, 256 Administration Building, University of California, Irvine, CA 92697-5675. Application Deadline is February 1, 2006. UC Irvine is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity.

University of California-Irvine invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice Chancellor for Research who will provide leadership and vision for future research growth and development at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). We seek an individual with an abiding commitment to the excellence of research at a top tier research university. The principal responsibility is to foster and support the continued development of the research infrastructure, including the development of core funding and organized research centers of excellence. The ability to cultivate positive and productive collaborative relationships with diverse faculty and administrators is essential. A key role involves representing the campus in matters related to research to the Office of the President, other UC campuses, other research universities, federal, state and private agencies, the local community, and the media. The Vice Chancellor for Research is also responsible for oversight of campus activities in contract and grant administration, technology transfer, research administration (human/animal), integrity in research, conflict of interest, and research resource development. The Vice Chancellor for Research has fiscal and administrative responsibility for the Office of Research, which has a staff of approximately 325 employees, with over 100 in the central Office of Research administration and 225 in the research units. Candidates must be qualified for appointment at the rank of full professor in an academic discipline. Salary is competitive and commensurate with background and qualifications. Founded in 1965, UCI is one of 10 campuses of the prestigious University of California system. The campus is located on a 1500-acre site, three miles from the ocean in Orange County, approximately 40 miles south of Los Angeles. The position will remain open until filled. The search committee will begin consideration of applications and nominations on January 1, 2006. A Curriculum Vitae should be sent electronically to: vcsearch@uci.edu. Alternative address for submission is: Vice Chancellor for Research Search Committee, C/O Cynthia Hoffman, UCI - 535B Administration Building, Irvine, CA 92697-1000.

University of California-Los Angeles invites applications and nominations for a tenured or tenure-track position in any field of the Social Sciences or Humanities related to Southeast Asia. This position is intended to expand the University's teaching and research activities in Southeast Asian Studies. We seek a scholar of demonstrated distinction, with a strong future potential in research and a commitment to graduate and undergraduate education. The ideal candidate should have broad regional interests in Southeast Asia and be able to link the study of Southeast Asia to the theory, methodologies, and knowledge of one or more disciplinary fields. We also prefer a dynamic program builder, who will help co-ordinate UCLA's growing programs in Southeast Asian Studies and to contribute to interdisciplinary dialogue with colleagues throughout the University. The appointment, which can be at any level, is to begin July 1, 2006. Applications, to include a Curriculum Vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests, a representative recent paper or article, and three references, should be submitted on-line (after November 1) via the appropriate link at www.international.ucla.edu/ or directed in hard copy to: Tara Wake, Southeast Asia Search Committee, International Institute, 11230 Bunche Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487. To assure full consideration, applications should be received by January 6, 2006. UCLA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and has a strong commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff.

University of California-Los Angeles. Pending final administrative approval, UCLA seeks a scholar of excellence in South Asian studies for a joint tenure-track or tenured appointment between UCLA's International Institute and one or more social science, humanities, or arts departments. This appointment can be at any level. Candidates must demonstrate research and teaching interests in one or more aspects of South Asia, have an interest in international issues, and be comfortable working across disciplines. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in an interdisciplinary teaching and training program in international studies, at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Applications, to include a Curriculum Vita, a statement of research and teaching interests, and three references, should be submitted on-line (after November 1) via the appropriate link at www.international.ucla.edu/ or directed in hard copy to: Tara Wake, South Asia Search Committee, International Institute, 11230 Bunche Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487. To assure full consideration, applications should be received by January 6, 2006. UCLA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and has a strong commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff.

University of California-Los Angeles. Pending final budgetary approval, the Division of Social Sciences invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level in any field of the Social Sciences related to Korea (including but not limited to communications, geography, history, public policy, sociology, political science, social psychology, and history). We seek a scholar with demonstrated distinction and strong future potential in research and teaching. We also prefer a dynamic program builder with a strong commitment to interdisciplinary dialogue with colleagues throughout the university. In addition, the successful candidate will join UCLA's International Institute as a faculty member of the Center for Korean Studies. Appointment to begin July 1, 2006. Send letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, statement of research and teaching interests, two-three selected publications or dissertation chapters, and at least three letters of recommendation to John Duncan, Chair, Korean Social Science Search Committee, Center for Korean Studies, 11373 Bunche Hall, Box 951487, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487. PhD or ABD (with diss. near completion). Search will remain open until position is filled, but priority will be given to applications received before December1, 2005. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer; women & minorities are encouraged to apply.

California State University-East Bay. Human Development Department seeks applications for a full time tenure-track assistant professor position (#0003302 HDEV-ADULTDEVELOP-TT) in adult development available September 1, 2006. Candidates must hold the PhD or equivalent degree by September 2006. The successful candidate will be a specialist in adult development, with demonstrated research interests and scholarly achievement in the study of African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic, Native-American, and/or gay/lesbian/transgender adults. Visit www.csuhayward.edu/OAA/ttposann.html#HDEV for more information. Review of applications begins November, but the position remains open until filled. Submit a letter of application, current Curriculum Vitae, graduate transcripts, copies of major publications, and three letters of recommendation to Lynn Comerford, Search Committee Chair, Department of Human Development, California State University, Hayward, 25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard, Hayward, CA 94542; (510) 885-3076; fax (510) 885-3071; email lynn.comerford@csueastbay.edu. (Equal Opportunity Employer).

California State University-Fresno. The Department of Sociology at CSUF seeks applicants for the position of Assistant Professor in Sociology beginning August, 2006. The successful candidate will have a specialization in social psychology and/or complex organizations. The secondary area of specialization is open. Primary teaching assignment will include courses in social psychology, organizations, interpersonal relationships and popular culture, as well as general education courses. The PhD in Sociology is preferred; ABD is required for consideration. Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to and potential for excellent undergraduate teaching in a university with an ethnically and socio-economically diverse student population. Candidate must also demonstrate research ability with publications or projects near completion. Interested candidates may visit the college website at socsci.csufresno.edu for additional information; online applications can be found at www.csufresno.edu/aps/vacancy/sc1.pdf. The position is open until filled. To insure full consideration, applicants should have all of their materials on file by January 13, 2006. Please send a letter of interest describing teaching and research experience, a Curriculum Vitae, three recent letters of recommendation, and any other supporting materials to: Deborah Helsel, Chair, Search Committee, 5340 North Campus Drive, M/S SS97, Fresno, CA 93740-8019; (559) 278-2234; fax (559) 278-6468; email deborahh@csufresno.edu.

California University of Pennsylvania. The Department of Sociology in the College of Liberal Arts invites applications for a tenure-track position, Applied Sociology Fall 2006. Applicants must be certified by the Sociological Practice Association. The successful candidate will hold a PhD in Sociology and have a record of publication, grant support, and teaching commensurate with rank. Duties include directing the Applied Program seeking accreditation by the Commission on Applied and Clinical Sociology. Regular load includes four courses (three preparations) per semester for a nine-month academic year. The candidate will be well versed in sociological practice including interventionists strategies tailored to the Applied Program. The Department of Sociology offers a BA Degree in Sociology and a concentration in Applied Sociology focusing on research techniques. Please send a letter of interest, Curriculum Vitae, three letters of reference, official transcripts and proof of certification by the Sociological Practice to William Schweiker, Chair of the Search Committee, Department of Sociology, 250 University Avenue, Box 46, California, PA 15419. The deadline for application is January 1, 2006 or until the position is filled. For a detailed description visit www.cup.edu/employment. California University of Pennsylvania is M/F/V/D/Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity.

Case Western Reserve University. Assistant or Associate Professors of Organizational Behavior: We are seeking full-time professors at the assistant or associate level. Our department was ranked #1 in OB in the world by the Financial Times in 2003, 2004 and 2005. We are internationally known for our doctoral program and our work in human development and change, at the individual, group, organizational, and global levels. Our faculty teach in the MBA, PhD, Undergraduate, and Masters of Positive Organization Development and Change. Candidates should have: a PhD in psychology, sociology, OB, management, anthropology or a related social science field; an outstanding publication record; excellent teaching record; an active research stream; the potential for building an international reputation as a leader in the field, and a commitment to bold scholarship. Located in University Circle and adjacent to leading cultural institutions like the Cleveland Orchestra and Cleveland Art Museum, Case Western Reserve University www.cwru.edu is one of the nation's top independent research universities, with a $1.6 billion endowment, $200 million in sponsored research (14th in the nation), and nationally ranked programs in engineering, the health sciences, law, management, and social work. The Department of Organizational Behavior is part of the Weatherhead School of Management which occupies the acclaimed Peter B. Lewis Building, designed by Frank O. Gehry weatherhead.cwru.edu/. The Weatherhead School is convenient to both downtown and highly attractive residential areas, and opportunities for dual career couples are abundant. Salary and teaching load are competitive. Inquiries should be addressed or emailed to our Department Administrator, Patricia Petty at the Department of Organizational Behavior, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, 10900 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106-7235; email pxp36@case.edu. In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action.

University of Central Florida. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is accepting applications for an Associate Professor of Sociology position with tenure, beginning Fall 2006 and possibly as early as Spring 2006, to anchor the sociology major at the University's Daytona Beach campus, one of several regional campuses in the UCF system. Candidates must possess a PhD in sociology and a record of commitment to undergraduate education in sociology, experience teaching some portion of the core curriculum (methods, statistics or undergraduate theory), and a willingness to develop substantive courses in social inequalities (gender or race), urban or environmental sociology. Candidates will be required to offer distance learning (i.e., web) courses. Candidates must also have a strong research record commensurate with appointment as an Associate Professor with tenure at an active research-oriented university. Send an application letter, Curriculum Vitae, and three letters of recommendation to: Ida Cook, Chair, Sociology Search Committee, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Central Florida, Howard Phillips Hall 403-O, Orlando, FL 32816-1360; email cook@mail.ucf.edu. Review of materials will begin January 10, 2006 and will continue until the position is filled. UCF is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Application materials, including transcripts, are public documents available for review upon request.

Central Connecticut State University. Assistant Professor (2), Sociology Department. Central CT State University's (CCSU's) Sociology Department seeks assistant professor for two tenure-track positions beginning Fall 2006. Tracking/Search #C06-034: Sociology Department seeks a broadly-trained sociologist with a strong commitment to teaching excellence for a tenure-track, Assistant Professor position beginning in Fall 2006. Commitment to scholarship and the ability to work collaboratively with a dynamic and collegial department is required. Qualifications include a PhD in Sociology at the time of appointment with a teaching and research focus on racial and ethnic minorities. Demonstrated ability to teach urban sociology, sociology of poverty, or quantitative methods courses is preferred. We also prefer applicants who can complement the existing strengths of the department in the areas of culture and inequality. Expected teaching load is 12-credit hours per semester. Applications must be received by January 15, 2006 to be considered. Please send letter of application with Curriculum Vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching ability, a writing sample, and three letters of recommendation to: Elizabeth Kaminski, Search Committee Chair, Department of Sociology, CCSU, 1615 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT 06050. Tracking/Search #C06-035: Sociology Department seeks a broadly-trained sociologist with a strong commitment to teaching excellence for a tenure-track, Assistant Professor position beginning in Fall 2006. Commitment to scholarship and the ability to work collaboratively with a dynamic and collegial department is required. Qualifications include a PhD in Sociology at the time of appointment with a teaching and research focus on sociology of culture or political sociology. Demonstrated ability to teach sociology of education or quantitative methods is desired. Expected teaching load is 12-credit hours per semester. Applications must be received by January 15, 2006 to be considered. Please send letter of application with Curriculum Vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching ability, a writing sample, and three letters of recommendation to: Mary Erdmans, Search Committee Chair, Department of Sociology, CCSU, 1615 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT 06050. CCSU aggressively pursues a program of Equal Employment and Education Opportunity and Affirmative Action. Members of all underrepresented groups, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are invited and encouraged to apply.

University of Central Florida. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is accepting applications for an advanced Associate or Full Professor of Sociology position with tenure, beginning Fall 2006. Candidate qualifications for the position include: (1) a PhD in sociology. (2) A strong record of research, publishing and extramural research funding worthy of appointment at the senior level in a research-oriented, doctoral granting university. Candidates with demonstrated experience and willingness in teaching courses in two of the following areas: inequalities (gender and/or race), urban, or environmental sociology are preferred. Send an application letter, Curriculum Vitae, and three letters of recommendation to: Ida Cook, Chair, Sociology Search Committee, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Central Florida, Howard Phillips Hall 403-O, Orlando, FL 32816-1360; email cook@mail.ucf.edu. Review of materials will begin on January 10, 2006 and will continue until the position is filled. UCF is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Application materials, including transcripts, are public documents available for review upon request.

Central Washington University. Department of Sociology invites applications for Assistant Professor of Sociology with emphasis in crime and deviance and either macro sociology or ethnic studies. This is a nine-month, academic year, tenure-track position beginning September 16, 2006. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in Sociology, including general education courses and undergraduate courses in areas of specialization; supervising internships and undergraduate research; and conducting research and service activities related to one's academic specialty areas. Qualifications include (1) PhD in Sociology (or assurance of degree completion prior to starting date); (2) evidence of effective teaching at the university level; (3) academic background and expertise to teach courses in the following topical areas: Crime and deviance, in combination with one of the following areas: Macro sociology (including but not limited to: organizations, demography, urban, comparative/cross national sociology); or Ethnic Studies (with a specialization in African American Studies, Chicano/Latino Studies, or Native American Indian Studies). Screening will begin on January 17, 2006 and will continue until a candidate is selected. Please see www.cwu.edu/~hr for complete position announcement. Further information about the university is available at www.cwu.edu; additional information about the Sociology department is available at www.cwu.edu/~sociolo. For more information about Ellensburg, see www.ellensburg-wa.com. Complete application includes a letter describing how the candidate meets the qualifications and is prepared to perform the position responsibilities; a statement of teaching philosophy, research interests, and commitment to liberal arts education; teaching evaluation data; Curriculum Vita; and contact information for three references. Please limit application materials to these items. Send applications to: Nancy Wessel, Chair, Search Committee, Department of Sociology, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA 98926-7545 Call 509-963-1305 for further information. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer/Title IX Institution.

Charleston Southern University is seeking applications for an Assistant Professor of Sociology to begin January 1 or August 1, 2006. Qualifications: PhD in Sociology; interest in supervising student research projects; committed to advancing the Christian mission of the University; and passion for undergraduate teaching. The course load is four courses per major semester to teach such courses as Social Research Methods, Behavioral Statistics, Principles of Sociology, and specialty courses. The Department is involved in study abroad, an active internship program and is opening a new Behavior Lab. Master's qualified candidates may apply for the position on a one-year visiting basis. Charleston Southern University is an independent comprehensive university, affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, with over 3,000 students offering 32 undergraduate majors and graduate degrees in Education, Business and Criminal Justice. The University has a strong institutional commitment to enhancing cultural diversity and encourages applications from minority groups. The University is committed to employing Christian faculty. Send letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, teaching evaluations, sample syllabi, and names, addresses and phone numbers of three references to David Naylor, Search Committee Chair, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Charleston Southern University, PO Box 118087, Charleston, SC 29423-8087. Charleston Southern University is an Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability or sex. Screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

University of Chicago. The Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago invites applications for junior and senior faculty positions in child and family policy. Candidates with a PhD in developmental psychology, sociology, or related behavioral social sciences will be considered. Desirable areas of research specialization include biobehavioral and environmental influences on health, the interaction between environmental and genetic influences in the family, prevention/intervention research, or a focus on immigration/international perspectives on child and family processes. Candidates should demonstrate expertise in areas of measurement, experimental design, or mixed methods in addition to theoretical contributions made by their work. Junior candidates must have completed their PhD by September 2006 and should send a Curriculum Vitae, three letters of recommendation, and writing samples. Senior applicants should have a distinguished record of major scholarly publications, excellent qualifications in graduate teaching, mentoring doctoral research projects, and a history of securing extramural funding. To guarantee full consideration, applications should be received by November 15, 2005; applications will however be considered until the positions are filled. Please send application materials to Cynthia Cook Conley, Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago, 1155 E. 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637-2745. The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

City University of New York. Demography Cluster Initiative. The City University of New York is pleased to announce that as part of its Demography Cluster Initiative, it intends to make ten tenure-track appointments in demography over the next four years. Three appointments at the rank of associate or full professor will be made for the academic year commencing September 2006, one of whom may become director of a new CUNY demography institute. Candidates must have national reputations for excellence in scholarship. Salary offers will be commensurate with experience. Baruch College's School of Public Affairs invites applications for a scholar whose work involves aging, health, or mortality issues. The Graduate Center is seeking an individual interested in the demographic analysis of immigration, urban inequality, family dynamics, and community change (disciplinary affiliation in economics, political science, or sociology). Queens College plans to add to their faculty someone whose expertise lies in fertility, children, mortality, health, or aging (disciplinary affiliation in economics or sociology). By January 15 interested candidates should submit a Curriculum Vitae, a description of their research accomplishments and goals, a description of teaching philosophy, two recent articles or manuscripts, and letters of reference to the Chair of the Demography Search Committee at the appropriate College: Demography Search Committee, c/o Professor Neil G. Bennett, Baruch College, One Bernard Baruch Way, Box D-901, New York, NY 10010. Demography Search Committee, c/o Professor John Mollenkopf, Center for Urban Research, CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10016. Demography Search Committee, c/o Dean of the Social Sciences, Queens College, Powdermaker Hall, 65-30 Kissena Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11367. CUNY is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmtive Action/IRCA/ADA Employer.

College of Mount St. Joseph, a Catholic college that provides more than 2,100 students with a liberal arts and professional education that emphasizes values, integrity, and social responsibility, is accepting applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor in Criminology in the Department of Behavioral Sciences. The program includes a dual major in criminology/sociology. Consideration will be given to candidates who have an earned PhD in Sociology with expertise in Criminology or a PhD in Criminology. Preference will be given to those candidates who have demonstrated a scholarly interest in the comparative and international areas of criminology. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the further development of the criminology/sociology major particularly in terms of designing new courses and developing an accredited internship program. Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, and three letters of recommendation to Lynda L. Crane, Chair, Department of Behavioral Sciences, College of Mount St. Joseph, 5701 Delhi Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45233-1670. A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled with interviews beginning in January 2006. Equal Opportunity Employer.

College of Staten Island. Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work. PhD in Anthropology, Sociology, or related field. We seek a socio-cultural anthropologist with a strong record of teaching and an active field research agenda. Especially interested in candidates whose research interests include migration, Caribbean and African diaspora, technology & culture, or visual anthropology. Responsibilities: teaching, curriculum development, department & college service, engaging in an active and productive research & publishing agenda. Send a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, three letters of reference, a writing sample, and one syllabus or course proposal related to the areas of specialization to: Grace Mitchell, Chair, Sociology Search Committee, College of Staten Island, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, 2800 Victory Blvd., Room 4S-223, Staten Island, NY 10314. Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA employer. www.csi.cuny.edu.

University of Colorado-Boulder. The Women's Studies Program at the University of Colorado at Boulder invites applications to fill a tenured position at the associate or full professor level to begin August 2006. Applicant must have a record that justifies appointment with tenure at CU. Specialization is open, but the successful candidate will be expected to possess a distinguished scholarly record and to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in such areas as feminist theory, and/or race, sexuality, and gender in global contexts. Please send letter of application, along with a Curriculum Vita and the names of three referees, to Susan Kent, Chair, Women's Studies Search Committee, Department of History, 234 UCB, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309-0234. Application deadline is November 30, 2005, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The Women's Studies Program currently offers a BA, and undergraduate minor, and a graduate certificate in women's studies. Additional information regarding the program can be obtained at www.colorado.edu/WomensStudies. The University of Colorado at Boulder is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.

Colorado State University. The Department of Sociology invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor (nine-month position) to begin August 15, 2006. Completion of PhD in Sociology is required by time of appointment. The Department is seeking a candidate who will teach a combination of courses in the sociology of natural resources. The candidate must be willing to teach either introductory sociology or lower division social problems courses. The candidate should also be willing to participate in interdisciplinary research programs related to common property resources, especially focusing on water. The Department offers BA, Master's, and PhD degrees and consists of sixteen tenured and tenure track faculty who teach and do research in areas related to social change and development. Faculty members are expected to participate in instruction, to develop a program of research and publication, be engaged in the graduate program, and to be active in service. The Department particularly welcomes applications from minorities and women. Applications will be considered until the position is filled; however, applicants should submit complete applications by January 15, 2006 for full consideration. This is an "open search": once the search committee has identified semi-finalists, departmental faculty will have access to those files. Interested candidates should send (1) letter of interest outlining research agenda and teaching interests, (2) a Curriculum Vita, (3) if available, evidence of teaching (e.g., syllabi and teaching evaluations), and (4) three letters of reference to: Peter Leigh Taylor, Search Committee Chair, Department of Sociology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1784. CSU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

University of Connecticut. Assistant Professor, Sociology and the Institute for African American Studies. The University of Connecticut invites applications for a joint tenure-track faculty appointment in Sociology and the Institute for African American Studies at the Assistant Professor level beginning August 2006. Tenure will reside in the Department of Sociology, with equal teaching responsibility in the Department of Sociology and the Institute for African American Studies. We seek candidates who have specific interests and research expertise in African American studies, particularly those whose research addresses the structural and institutional bases of racism and racial disparities. The successful candidate must show evidence of an intent and ability to pursue a vigorous research agenda, and be willing to contribute to graduate and undergraduate teaching, seek external funds to support their scholarly activities, and provide service to the university and the profession. Salary is competitive, based on experience and qualifications. Please send Curriculum Vitae, a statement describing research plans and teaching interests, selected scholarly papers and publications, and three letters of recommendation to: Search Committee, c/o Wayne J. Villemez, Department of Sociology, Unit 2068, University of Connecticut, 344 Mansfield Rd., Storrs, CT 06269-2068. We will give first consideration to applications completed by November 18, 2005, but screening of applications will continue until the position is filled. The University of Connecticut is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that is committed to a diverse and multicultural scholarly community. We therefore strongly encourage applications from under-represented groups, women, and people with disabilities.

University of Denver. Tenure-track Position in Global Health Affairs. The University of Denver's Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS) invites applications in the field of Global Health Affairs. We seek applications from individuals anticipating appointment at the level of assistant or associate professor. Interested applicants should specialize in the public policy dimensions of international health. We are particularly interested in specialists whose research and teaching interests complement the broader GSIS curriculum by linking health affairs to development, environment, security, international political economy, human rights, law, and/or conflict analysis and resolution. Regional specialization is open; expertise in Africa, South Asia, or Latin America is a plus. As an interdisciplinary school in international affairs, we encourage applications from the social science, public policy, and public health professions. Academics who specialize in the history of disease and its impact on international affairs are also invited to apply. The appointee will direct a global health certificate program, which we expect to evolve into a Center. Completion of the PhD or JD is required except in the case of an applicant with extraordinary experience in the field who has demonstrated scholarly interests and capabilities. All applicants should have a demonstrated capacity for teaching, scholarship, program development and administration, fundraising, and, ideally, external sponsorship for research. Other qualifications being equal, administrative experience will be valued. Application dossiers should include teaching portfolios, sample publications, descriptions of experience in program development, and letters of reference. Letters of application and Curriculum Vitae's should be posted online. Please send hard copy of the complete dossier (including application letter and Curriculum Vitae) to: Appointments Committee, c/o Office of the Dean, Graduate School of International Studies, 2201 S. Gaylord St., Denver, Colorado 80208. Review of applications will begin January 3, 2006. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The University of Denver is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution.

Drexel University, the Department of Culture and Communication anticipates hiring a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Sociology beginning Fall 2006. The successful candidate will have a well defined research agenda in Political Economy of Media or Communication, possess a strong interest in seeking research grant development, and desire to collaborate on interdisciplinary research efforts with other faculty. In addition, candidates must have completed their PhD in Sociology prior to the time of appointment. Preference will be given to candidates who are able to teach courses in Stratification and in International Development in addition to Media Sociology. Drexel University is a private, urban university with over 11,000 full-time undergraduates. Drexel is well known for its cooperative education program. The Department of Culture and Communication is within the College of Arts and Sciences and is comprised of faculty in Sociology, Anthropology, Communication, Linguistics and Modern Languages. The department currently offers a BA degree in Anthropology, BS degree in Sociology, Criminal Justice, and BA/BS and MS degrees in Communication. Review of applications will begin January 6, 2006 and will continue until the position is filled. Please send letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, contact information for three references, statement of research program, and evidence of teaching effectiveness to: David Kutzik Chair, Search Committee, Drexel University, Department of Culture and Communication, Building #47, 3141 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. Drexel University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from qualified women, members of minority groups, disabled individuals, and veterans. www.drexel.edu.

Drew University. Sociology: Asst Professor-Tenure-track; begin September 2006, pending budgetary approval. The first position requires a strong background in criminology and research methods. Applicants will teach Criminology; Research Methods; Introductory Sociology; Sociology of Deviance; and a Crime Seminar utilizing Drew's proximity to NYC. Also possible are Sociology of Law and Sociology of Alcohol & Drugs courses. Applicants for the second position will teach Globalization; Development; Human Rights; Introductory Sociology; and Research Methods. Also possible are courses on comparative welfare systems, global poverty, conflict/disasters, and population. Specialists in Asia, Africa, or Latin America are encouraged to apply. Class load is three-to-two; salaries are competitive. Candidates must have a Sociology PhD at the time of appointment. Demonstration of effective teaching and mentoring abilities and of the potential for scholarly productivity is required. Drew is situated on a 186 acre wooded campus in Madison, New Jersey, 30 miles west of NYC. Please send: (1) Curriculum Vitae, (2) three letters of reference and (3) brief statement about teaching and research interests to: Roxanne Friedenfels, Chair, Department of Sociology, Drew University, 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940. Deadline for applications is January 6, 2006. To enrich education through diversity, Drew University is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.

Drury University. Sociology: The Behavioral Sciences Department invites applications for a tenure-track position in Sociology, rank open, to begin August 2006. The interdisciplinary department offers undergraduate majors in sociology, criminology and psychology and an MA/MS in Criminology/Criminal Justice. Candidates are expected to have competence in teaching undergraduate statistics and to have an interest in one or more of the following areas: race, demography, theory and/or cultural studies. Other interests will also be considered. The appointee will contribute to an innovative program which engages students in scientific research. Qualifications include a PhD (ABD considered) in Sociology, a commitment to fostering quality teaching, and evidence of scholarship. Drury University has over 4800 students including 1590 full time traditional students and 400 graduate students. To learn more about Drury, visit our website at www.drury.edu. Send a letter of application describing teaching and research activity, Curriculum Vitae, graduate transcripts and three letters of recommendation to: Mary Utley, Chair, Behavioral Sciences, Drury University, 900 North Benton Avenue, Springfield, MO 65802. Review of applications will begin December 15 and continue until position is filled. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply. Drury University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Duquesne University. The Department of Sociology at Duquesne University seeks candidates for an assistant professor, tenure track position, pending budgetary approval, with a primary focus on the sociology of religion. Secondary teaching interests in peace studies and non-violent social change is desirable however other specializations will also be considered. Some teaching will take place in the Graduate Center for Social and Public Policy, which includes members of the sociology and political science departments. PhD required by time of initial appointment. Please send a letter of interest, Curriculum Vitae, and names of three references to: Douglas Harper, Chair, Department of Sociology, Duquesne University, 504 College Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15282. Please do not send research publications at this time. Materials must be received by January 10, 2006 to receive full consideration. Founded by the Congregation of the Holy Spirit in 1878, Duquesne is Catholic in mission and ecumenical in spirit. Motivated by its Catholic identity, Duquesne University values Equality of Opportunity both as an educational institution and as an employer.

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. Criminal Justice, Tenure Track Faculty, Sociology. The Department of Sociology invites applications for a tenure track position beginning Fall 2006. Positions typically fill at the Assistant Professor rank. A doctorate in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a related field is preferred. Although a completed degree is preferred, ABD candidates anticipating timely completion are encouraged to apply. Demonstrated evidence of ongoing scholarly activity, teaching experience in higher education and field experience are required; the ability to work with diverse populations is preferred. To learn more about diversity at ESU and in our community, visit our web site at www3.esu.edu/diversity/home.asp. The 12-credit (three course preparations) per semester teaching load will include a wide range of introductory and elective Criminal Justice courses. The ability to teach research methods courses and courses in emerging areas such as security and anti-terrorism is preferred. Preference will also be given to applicants interested in developing and teaching Criminal Justices courses related to race, ethnicity, gender, and social class. Full consideration will be given to applications received by December 20, 2005. Send letter of application that indicates area of expertise and experience, a Curriculum Vita, and three recent letters of recommendation to the attention of Sociology Department, C/O Faculty Search Coordinator, East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301. Located in the scenic Pocono Mountains within 90-minutes drive of New York City and two hours from Philadelphia, East Stroudsburg University is one of fourteen universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Founded in 1893, with a current enrollment of 6,800, the university's rich academic tradition continues to build on its sense of history with unique new undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and plans for a major new Science and Technology Center. Offering 60 undergraduate degree programs and graduate degrees in 19 areas, the university is experiencing increasing enrollments and is poised for continued growth. Adjacent to the unspoiled Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the surrounding community offers options for suburban, small city, or country living. ESU is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply.Visit our homepage at www.esu.edu.

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. Sociology - Tenure Track Faculty, Department of Sociology. East Stroudsburg University invites applications for a tenure track position beginning Fall 2006. Positions typically fill at the Assistant Professor rank. A PhD in Sociology is preferred. Although a completed degree is preferred, ABD candidates anticipating timely completion are encouraged to apply. Demonstrated evidence of ongoing scholarly activity and teaching experience in higher education is required; the ability to work with diverse populations is preferred. To learn more about diversity at ESU and in our community, visit our web site at www3.esu.edu/diversity/home.asp. The 12-credit (three course preparations) per semester teaching load will include both introductory and advanced courses in sociology including research methods and one or more of the following areas: Urban and Community studies; Global Inequality; Health/medical; Life Course; Environment; and Work and Organization. Full consideration will be given to applications received by December 20, 2005. Send letter of application that indicates area of expertise and experience, a Curriculum Vita and three recent letters of recommendation to the attention of: Sociology Department, C/O Faculty Search Coordinator, East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, PA18301. Located in the scenic Pocono Mountains within 90-minutes drive of New York City and two hours from Philadelphia, East Stroudsburg University is one of fourteen universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Founded in 1893, with a current enrollment of 6,800, the university's rich academic tradition continues to build on its sense of history with unique new undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and plans for a major new Science and Technology Center. Offering 60 undergraduate degree programs and graduate degrees in 19 areas, the university is experiencing increasing enrollments and is poised for continued growth. Adjacent to the unspoiled Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the surrounding community offers options for suburban, small city, or country living. ESU is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply. Visit our homepage at www.esu.edu.

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. Criminology-Tenure Track Faculty, Sociology. The Department of Sociology invites applications for a tenure track position beginning Fall 2006. Positions typically fill at the Assistant Professor rank. A doctorate in Criminology, Sociology, or a related field is preferred. Although a completed degree is preferred, ABD candidates anticipating timely completion are encouraged to apply. Demonstrated evidence of ongoing scholarly activity and teaching experience in higher education is required; the ability to work with diverse populations is preferred. To learn more about diversity at ESU and in our community, visit our web site at www3.esu.edu/diversity/home.asp. The 12-credit (three course preparations) per semester teaching load will include both introductory and advanced courses in criminology and sociology including Juvenile Delinquency and Social Deviance. Preference will be given to applicants interested in developing and teaching Sociology/Criminology courses related to race, ethnicity, gender, and social class. Full consideration will be given to applications received by December 20, 2005. Send letter of application that indicates area of expertise and experience, a Curriculum Vita and three recent letters of recommendation to the attention of: Criminology, C/O Faculty Search Coordinator, East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, PA, 18301. Located in the scenic Pocono Mountains within 90-minutes drive of New York City and two hours from Philadelphia, East Stroudsburg University is one of fourteen universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Founded in 1893, with a current enrollment of 6,800, the university's rich academic tradition continues to build on its sense of history with unique new undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and plans for a major new Science and Technology Center. Offering 60 undergraduate degree programs and graduate degrees in 19 areas, the university is experiencing increasing enrollments and is poised for continued growth. Adjacent to the unspoiled Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the surrounding community offers options for suburban, small city, or country living. ESU is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply. Visit our homepage at www.esu.edu.

Eastern Connecticut State University. Department: Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology. Position: Assistant Professor - Criminology. Qualifications: PhD preferred; ABD near completion. Position Description: In addition to teaching courses in criminology this person must be able to contribute to the major by teaching either the capstone writing-intensive senior seminar or statistics. Faculty are expected to be outstanding teachers, possess sensitivity to a diverse population, and demonstrate commitment to creative activity and scholarship, professional development, and professional service. Salary Range: Dependent on Qualifications and Experience. Application Deadline: None. Starting Date: August 2006. Respond to: Theresa Severance, Search Chair, Sociology Department, Eastern Connecticut State University, 83 Windham Street, Webb 421, Willimantic, CT 06226.

Eastern Connecticut State University. Department: Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology. Position: Assistant Professor - Sociology. Qualifications: PhD preferred; ABD near completion. Position Description: Area open but some preference given to those with family and demography specializations. The person must be able to also contribute to the major by teaching either the capstone writing-intensive senior seminar or statistics. Faculty are expected to be outstanding teachers, possess sensitivity to a diverse population, and demonstrate commitment to creative activity and scholarship, professional development, and professional service. Salary Range: Dependent on Qualifications and Experience. Application Deadline: None. Starting Date: August 2006. Respond to: Dennis Canterbury, Search Chair, Sociology Department, Eastern Connecticut State University, 83 Windham Street, Webb 421, Willimantic, CT 06226.

Eastern Illinois University. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level to begin August 2006. A PhD in sociology is required by the time of appointment. The primary teaching responsibilities include Introduction to Criminology, Policing Society, Corrections, Introduction to Sociology or Social Problems; other secondary areas are open to complement departmental offerings. All candidates must demonstrate excellence in undergraduate teaching. The potential for research and publication is also expected. The Department has 12 full-time faculty and 300 majors. EIU is a regional comprehensive state university in a community of 20,000 in east central Illinois. University enrollment is 11,000. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by December 15, 2005. Send application letter, Curriculum Vitae, three letters of reference, transcripts of all graduate work, and examples of research to: Reed Benedict, Search Committee Chair, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Eastern Illinois University, 600 Lincoln Ave, Charleston, IL 61920; email cfwrb@eiu.edu. Eastern Illinois University is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action employer committed to achieving a diverse community.

Eastern Michigan University. The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology and the Women's and Gender Studies Program at Eastern Michigan University invite applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level beginning Fall 2006. PhD required by August 31, 2006. We seek candidates with expertise in Global Sociology and International Policy and with a specialization in Women's Issues. The successful candidate will have research experience or a research agenda in those specialty areas, and will be able to teach comparative and internationally-oriented courses associated with the undergraduate Applied Sociology concentration, the Evaluation and Applied Sociology Specialty with the Master's in Sociology, and the undergraduate and graduate degrees in Women's and Gender Studies. In particular, the candidate should be able to teach courses in international policy/evaluation, gender, globalization, development, and/or contemporary international women's movements. The person appointed will also be expected to teach Introduction to Sociology and Introduction to Women's Studies. We will begin reviewing applications on December 1, 2005. Applications will be considered until a suitable candidate is identified. Applicants should send a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, a writing sample (e.g., publication, dissertation chapter, etc.), syllabus and teaching evaluations (if available), as well as the names of three references to the address below. Posting #F0633 Lori Watson, Chair of Search Committee Eastern Michigan University, Academic Human Resources, 202 Boone Hall Ypsilanti, MI 48197. Women and members of minority groups are encouraged to apply. EMU is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer committed to faculty, staff, and student diversity.

Fayetteville State University. Assistant/Associate Professor of Sociology (one position): The department seeks candidates with a PhD in Sociology to teach a variety of courses. This is a tenure track position which is effective August 2006. The successful applicant will assist in developing a new bachelor's degree program in Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS). We are particularly interested in individuals who are committed to excellence in teaching and advising. Preference will be given to individuals who have experience in on-line course development and instruction. Areas of research specialization are open. Applicants for the position should send a complete application package (a letter of application, transcripts of all college courses, and a current Curriculum Vitae, along with names, addresses and phone numbers of three current professional references) to: Chair of Search Committee, Department of Sociology, Fayetteville State University, 1200 Murchison Road, Fayetteville, NC 28301-4298. For additional information, please visit the department's Web page at www.uncfsu.edu/sociology/. Fayetteville State University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

George Mason University. The Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (ICAR) at George Mason University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor rank to begin fall 2006. We seek a colleague who studies conflict with multiple methods, particularly quantitative data analysis. The ideal candidate will have combined statistical analysis with other methods (case study, field work, archival research) in his or her research, and have substantive interests in such areas as social movements, race and ethnicity, urban, or environmental conflict. ICAR's faculty combines rigorous academic research on conflict and methods of conflict resolution with practical involvement in conflict resolution-related projects. It is strongly interdisciplinary and attracts a talented, diverse, and socially committed student body. We offer PhD and MS degrees and have just initiated an undergraduate degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution. The successful candidate will contribute to teaching at all levels, but especially at the graduate level in quantitative research methods. George Mason University is a large and rapidly expanding public university with three campuses in Northern Virginia. ICAR is located in Arlington Virginia, five miles from Washington, DC. Applicants can apply online at jobs.gmu.edu, position #F8756Z, or send a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, samples of research or scholarship, three letters of reference and any course syllabi to: Assistant Professor Search Committee, #3, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, 3330 Washington Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22201. Review of applications will begin January 15, 2006. George Mason University is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity employer. Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

George Mason University. The School of Public Policy (SPP) at George Mason University is seeking applications and nominations for up to three tenure/tenure track faculty positions for Fall of 2006: one at the assistant professor level and the other(s) rank open. We are particularly interested in individuals whose areas of expertise include globalization and international business policy. Individuals with expertise in the following fields are encouraged to apply: public finance; international public health; or a field that encompasses comparative institutions, comparative policy, or global/international policy making. The ability to teach statistics, quantitative methods, or policy evaluation at the graduate level is important. Candidates must have an active research agenda, an established record of scholarship, a demonstrated record of externally funded research, and strong teaching credentials. Although the discipline of candidates is open, a strong publication record is expected. A terminal degree in an appropriate discipline is required. The more than sixty faculty of SPP (regular and research associates) come from a wide range of disciplines, including political science, economics, geography, urban planning, engineering, anthropology, education, business, biology, and sociology. Our five policy masters degrees enroll 700 students and include the Masters of Public Policy; International Commerce and Policy; Organization Development and Knowledge Management; Transportation Policy, Operations, and Logistics; and Peace Operations. The PhD program enrolls 125 students who are engaged in 13 major research centers in addition to their own course work and research projects. Located in Fairfax and Arlington, Virginia, just minutes from Washington, DC, SPP is the leading graduate school of its kind in the region and serves a wide range of students from across the country and around the world. The National Science Foundation consistently ranks GMU as among the top programs in the field in terms of research expenditures by discipline. For more information about SPP, visit our website at policy.gmu.edu. Please note that applications will not be accepted via email. Letters of application, along with full Curriculum Vitae should be sent to: Faculty Search Committee (3), School of Public Policy, MSN 3C6, George Mason University, 4400 University Dr., Fairfax, VA 22030. Review of applications will begin on December 1, 2005 and will continue until the positions are filled. George Mason University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks applications from individuals from traditionally underrepresented groups.

George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD). Research Methods Faculty Position, Assistant Professor (Tenure Accruing). GSEHD seeks an individual with a demonstrated expertise in tests and measurement, a breadth of general research methods knowledge, and an ability and willingness to work as part of a team. The successful candidate will possess an expertise in applied measurement and preferably knowledge of large-scale dataset analysis. Experience with grant writing or acquisition of external funding is desirable. The primary responsibilities are to teach master's and doctoral research methods courses and workshops; serve on dissertation committees, advise students and faculty; maintain an active research agenda; and provide service to the university and professional community. This is a tenure accruing appointment to begin September 2006. The review of applications will begin January 7, 2006, and will continue until the position is filled. Finalists will be invited for visits to GWU during February 2006. Further details are at: gsehd.gwu.edu/gsehd/Faculty+Searches. The George Washington University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

George Washington University. Director, Police Science Program. The College of Professional Studies invites applications for a 12-month faculty position with an administrative appointment as Director of the Police Science program. The Police Science program was established in 2004 and offers three undergraduate certificates and associate and bachelor's degrees; as of Fall 2005 it has 51 students, with a goal of 100 students in Fall 2007. A doctorate in sociology, criminal justice, or related field is required; work experience or published research related to law enforcement is highly desirable. The Program Director is responsible for curriculum development, adjunct faculty recruitment and review, and student advising; participates in student recruitment and admissions; teaches four courses per year, in the Police Science program and the Sociology Department of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences; and participates on MA thesis committees in the Sociology Department. This is a non-tenure-track, renewable appointment at the Assistant or Associate Professor level with an initial appointment period of three years. How to apply: Send a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, and three letters of reference to: Ginger Smith, Search Committee, College of Professional Studies, 805 21st Street NW, Suite 301, Washington, DC 20052. Inquiries may be sent to smithg@gwu.edu. Review of applications will begin January 17, 2006 and continue until the position is filled. The George Washington University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Grand Valley State University. Position Available: Assistant Professor-Sociology (three positions). Salary Range: Competitive Description: The Sociology Department invites applications for three tenure track positions with specialties in the following areas: General Education (Position 1), Family and Life Cycle (Position 2), and Social Movements (Position 3). A doctorate in Sociology or ABD with documented evidence of near completion is required of all positions. Doctorate required for rank of Assistant Professor. Candidates are expected to have commitment to undergraduate education and be able to teach introductory courses such as Social Problems and Introduction to Sociology in addition to courses in the specialty area. Ability and willingness to teach and mentor first and second-year students and enhance the department's contribution to the University's General Education Program is essential for the General Education position. Interest in Environmental Sociology is a plus for the Social Movements position. Successful candidates will be expected to maintain an active research agenda and be active in community affairs broadly conceived. Apply online at www.gvsujobs.org/hr. Application materials must include postal and electronic addresses of three references and copies of graduate transcripts. You may also mail evidence of effective teaching and scholarly activity to: Devereaux Kennedy, Chair, Sociology Department, 2170 Au Sable Hall. Review of applications will begin on January 9, 2006 and continue until the position is filled.

Grant MacEwan College. Sociology Instructor. The Department of Psychology and Sociology in the Faculty of Arts and Science at Grant MacEwan College invites applications for two continuing positions in Sociology commencing July 1, 2006. The candidate must have a PhD (or solid indication of imminent completion), and must demonstrate excellence or clear promise of excellence in teaching. A strong commitment to research is expected. We are seeking applicants to fill positions in criminology and in sociological theory; however, applicants with expertise in other substantive areas will also be considered. Ability to teach courses in methodology is an asset. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. If suitable Canadian citizens or permanent residents cannot be found, other individuals will be considered. Applicants should submit a Curriculum Vita, recent teaching evaluations, a statement of teaching interests and experience, a statement of research interests, samples of research productivity, and graduate transcripts. Candidates should also arrange for three letters of reference to be submitted under separate cover. Queries about the position should be directed to the department chair, Russ Powell, at (780) 497-5321 or powellr@macewan.ca. Quote Competition No.: 05.10.175. Consideration of applications will commence in January 2006 and will continue until the positions are filled. Apply to: Human Resources Department, Grant MacEwan College, City Centre Campus, 7-105, 10700 104 Ave, Edmonton AB T5J 4S2; (780) 497-5434; fax (780) 497-5430; email careers@macewan.ca.

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