The School of Government & Public Policy at the University of Arizona is looking for a tenure-track Assistant Professor to conduct research, teaching, and outreach in the field of international law and/or international organizations. Candidates should have expertise in the politics or policy of international law and/or international organizations, particularly in relation to climate change adaptation, peace and conflict, international development, democracy, rights, governance, justice, gender, and/or migration.
The Assistant Professor will be responsible for teaching four classes per year, with a focus on international law, international organization, and/or international relations. The classes will primarily serve students in the BA Law, BA Political Science, MA International Security Studies, and/or PhD Government & Public Policy programs. The ideal candidate should be able to work effectively with a diverse community of students, scholars, and stakeholders.
The University of Arizona is an equal opportunity employer and encourages candidates from all backgrounds to apply. In addition to competitive benefits, including health, dental, and vision insurance, the university offers a range of work-life programs and relocation services.
Responsibilities of the position include publishing in refereed journals, teaching classes, participating in faculty governance, providing professional and public service, and collaborating with diverse scholars and stakeholders.
The minimum qualifications for the role are a Ph.D. in political science, public policy, or a closely related discipline at the time of appointment, as well as experience and commitment to contributing to an inclusive community. Preferred qualifications include a record of published research, teaching experience at the university level, and grant-writing experience.
Candidates should submit a curriculum vitae, a cover letter explaining their interest in the position, a job market paper or writing sample, a two-page research statement outlining their goals and vision for their research at the University of Arizona, a two-page teaching statement describing their approach to teaching and the classes they would like to offer, and contact information for three references.
The application review process will begin on October 9th and will continue until a suitable candidate is found
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