Thursday, July 28, 2005

University of West Florida

[Department Website][APSA elisting(requires membership)] Pending final approval and the position being contingent on funding, the Department of Government at The University of West Florida announces that this fall it will be seeking to fill a position for a tenure-earning appointment as Assistant Professor of Political Science in the field of international relations. The successful candidate will contribute to a security and diplomacy concentration, including courses in international law, international organizations, foreign policy, national security, and related subjects. Additionally, the new faculty member will be asked to design and deliver two distance-learning courses (an introduction to international politics and an upper-division course in international law) for an inter-disciplinary Maritime Studies major. The teaching load is six courses during the academic year, including a mixture of introductory, upper division, and graduate courses. UWF is a regional institution located on a 1,000 acre campus north of Pensacola, on the Gulf of Mexico, about 200 miles east of New Orleans on Interstate 10. No applications are being accepted at this time, but prospective candidates should look for the next edition of this announcement for details on how to apply. It is possible, though not highly likely, that the application deadline may change at that time.The Department Chairman, Alfred G. Cuzán, will be available for preliminary interviews at the APSA meeting in Washington next month. To schedule an appointment ahead of time, please send your request to UWF is an Equal Opportunity/ACCESS/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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