Teach graduate and undergraduate courses, conduct scholarly research, and publish in peer-reviewed journals in the area of global governance; contribute to department including curriculum development, organizing events and workshops, and grant writing; perform service to the department and/or university; mentor and advise students. The ideal candidate will have expertise that fits department needs; have conducted researched in areas such as gender, ethnicity, race, or religion; have performed fieldwork; and have successfully obtained research support funding.
PhD (or foreign educational equivalent) in Political Science, International Studies, or International Relations
At least one year of experience involving: teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in global governance; authorship of peer-reviewed publication(s) in global governance; advising or mentoring graduate and undergraduate students; developing and organizing events, lectures, and other programming.
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