Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Texas A&M University (Bush)

[Department Website][APSA elisting(requires membership)]The George Bush School of Government and Public Service invites applications and nominations for two positions as an Associate or advanced Assistant Professor. One is in the field of International Security. Of special interest is expertise in one or more of the following areas: (a) conflict and dispute resolution, (b) cross-cultural communication or (c) the role of non-state actors and international organizations or (d) ethnic and regional conflicts. The second position is in the field of Chinese Foreign Affairs and politics. Expertise is particularly sought on the conduct of Chinese foreign or national security policies. Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to high quality research as manifested in a record of research publication. Individuals with experience or demonstrated interest in policy issues are particularly encouraged. The selected faculty member will teach graduate students anticipating careers in international affairs. Established in 1997, the Bush School is non-partisan school of public affairs that offers professional degrees in international affairs and public administration at Texas A&M University. The residence degree programs are very competitive and attract students from throughout the United States and abroad to study with a multidisciplinary faculty. Faculty scholarship is vigorously encouraged through an affiliated research institute and various incentives. Further information is available at our website at Review of applications will begin on November 14 and will continue until the position is filled. Send a formal letter of application, vita and three letters of recommendation, and a sample of research work to: MPIA Search Committee, attn: Taylor Overstreet George Bush School of Government & Public Service Texas A&M University 4220 TAMU College Station, TX 77843-4220

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