Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Georgetown University (Qatar)

[Department Website][APSA elisting(requires membership)] Politics and Government Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar The Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar (www.georgetown.edu/sfs/qatar) invites applications to teach introductory and upper-level undergraduate courses in one or more of the fields of international relations, comparative politics, and American politics on non-tenure track term (3-5 year) appointments. Preferred candidates will have the Ph.D., a record of scholarly research, and experience in high-quality undergraduate teaching. The School of Foreign Service in Qatar (SFS-Q), which is located in Education City in Doha, Qatar, is a branch of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and offers a four-year undergraduate curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service (BSFS) degree identical to that offered on the main campus of Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Each year, SFS-Q admits a class of 25 to 35 students, primarily from the Middle East and South and Southeast Asia, who take courses on and will graduate from the Doha campus. The students and facilities of SFS-Q are outstanding. Compensation, terms of employment, and professional opportunities for SFS-Q faculty are highly competitive. SFS-Q faculty join a community of scholars in Education City who teach in the other branch campuses of Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, Texas A&M, and Virginia Commonwealth universities. Applicants should send a vitae, evidence of scholarly and teaching experience, and three confidential letters of recommendation by December 15, 2005, to receive full consideration. Send applications to: SFS-Q Politics Search Committee c/o Peter Dunkley, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service Intercultural Center, Room 301 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. 20057 Georgetown University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.