The Office of International Education and the Department of Sociology at the University at Buffalo (UB) invite applications for instructors to teach Sociology courses in the UB undergraduate program at the Singapore Institute of Management in Singapore. Singapore is a safe, multinational, English-speaking city-state located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula.
The position will include teaching a minimum of two courses per [Fall/Spring] semester, beginning in Fall 2019.
Available Sociology courses may include those that fulfill requirements for the following specializations: Health, Medicine & Society; Crime, Law and Justice. Other available courses may include Sociology courses that help satisfy the university's general education requirements, as well as upper level (300-level and 400-level) courses.
Additional information about the UB undergraduate program in Sociology in Singapore, and the Department of Sociology's specializations and courses is available at sociology.buffalo.edu
The individual(s) hired may be employed on a single-semester or a multi-semester basis, and applicants should indicate which semester(s) are of interest.
Accommodations in Singapore and round trip airfare are provided.
A Master’s degree in Sociology and one to three years experience teaching undergraduate students in a US college or university are required, as is experience teaching Sociology courses and experience teaching in an intercultural context.
Employment in this position will be conditional upon receipt of applicable employment authorization from the Government of Singapore.
A PhD degree in Sociology or closely related field is preferred. Experience living and teaching in an overseas environment, especially an Asian environment, are a plus.
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