The George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-accruing, visiting faculty position as Professor of the Practice of International Affairs for a one-year term beginning as early as Fall, 2017. Academic rank will be based on qualifications and experience. This position will be based in the Elliott School's Global Gender Policy Program and affiliated with GW's university-wide Global Women’s Institute.
Applicants must have a graduate degree in a relevant field by date of appointment. This could be an M.A. or Ph.D. in one of the social sciences, public policy, or another relevant discipline or interdisciplinary field; or a professional degree such as a JD or MD in a relevant area. Applicants must have at least seven years of relevant professional experience (e.g., in government, nongovernmental organizations, international organizations, or the private sector) related to global gender issues in developing countries, including security and conflict problems.
Special Instructions to Applicants::
Application Procedure: Applicants should complete an online faculty application at http://www.gwu.jobs/postings/41854 and upload a cover letter that explains how their qualifications and experiences satisfy the basic qualifications for this position, a CV, sample publication (if available), teaching evaluations or assessments (if available), course syllabi (in Other Documents Section, if available), and provide names and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin May 4, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. Only completed applications will be considered.
GW is the largest institution of higher education in the District of Columbia. The university has more than 20,000 students from all 50 states, the District and more than 130 countries studying a rich range of disciplines: from forensic science and creative writing to international affairs and computer engineering, as well as medicine, public health, the law and public policy.