Tuesday, May 01, 2007

2009-2010 Jobs Board

Updated: 0900 PST, 26.4.2010

School/Position Addtl
Details
Status/
Interviewees
Outcome Notes
Air War College Assoc/Security Studies interviews underway (C) offer made and accepted (R) ---
American University Asst/Transnatl Crime Max Abrahms (C), Avi Spiegel (C), Sarah Zukerman-Daly (C) hired Sarah Zukerman-Daly (L) ---
American University Asst/PubHealth --- --- ---
American University Asst/IPE Stephen Weymouth (C); Jeff Colgan (C) hired Jeff Colgan (C) ---
American University Open/Envir. Politics two senior faculty and one junior person (R) --- ---
Arizona State University Asst/global security interviews completed; interviewed four finalists (R) including Sarah Zukerman-Daly (R) and Reed Wood (R) offer to Reed Wood (L), accepted (R) ---
Ashland University Asst/Western Civ --- --- Department of History and Political Science
Auburn University Visiting Asst --- --- ---
Boise State Lctr --- --- 1 Year Posit
Boston University Ass/EU/Security interviews complete (C) hired Kaija Schilde (C) ---
Boston University Ass/South Asia/Political Econ interviews complete (C) offer made (R) ---
Brandeis University Open/MidEast/td> --- --- -
Brigham Young University Open/Open Field --- --- ---
Bridgewater State College Asst/IPE/intnl law --- --- ---
Butler University Asst/Asia/Mideast --- --- ---
Centre College Asst/IR/Polit Econ interviews completed (C) hired Robert Bosco (C) ---
Chatham University Asst (non-TT)/
Mideast and Asia
--- --- 2 Positions
CUNY-Graduate Full IR/PT --- --- ---
CUNY-Hunter Open Daniel O'Neill (R); Zachary Shirkey (C) hired Zachary Shirkey (C); second offer made (L) ---
Coastal Carolina University Asst Prof/Africa interviews scheduled (R) --- ---
Colby College Asst Prof/Intl Env Politics interviews scheduled (R) --- ---
Creighton University Asst Prof --- search on hold (R) ---
Dartmouth Asst Prof Max Abrahms (C); Brian Greenhill (R) hired Brian Greenhill (R) ---
Drexel Asst/All Fields --- --- ---
Eastern Michigan University Asst/IR/CP, IPE/Asia/Africa completed cmapus interviews (C) hired Nitya Singh (C) ---
Duke (Sanford School) Asst/Transnational Issues/Public Policy --- --- ---
Eckerd College Asst/Mideast --- position filled (R) ---
Eckerd College Asst/East Asia --- --- ---
Elizabethtown College Asst/Public Law --- --- ---
European University Institute Full --- --- ---
George Washington University Asst talks completed (R) hired Eric Grynaviski (R) ---
George Washington University Full/University Prof --- --- ---
George Washington University (Elliott) Asst/MidEast --- no offer to be made (R) ---
George Washington University (Elliott) Asst/Intl Secty talks completed (C) no offer to be made (L) ---
George Washington University (Elliott) Open/Intl Secty --- --- ---
George Washington University (Elliott) Open/Sust Dev interviews scheduled (L) no offer to be made (R) ---
Georgia Tech Asst/Assoc/EU shortlist, awaiting administrative approval (R) declined to hire, will search again next year (R) Sam Nunn School
Georgia Tech Asst/Assoc/Security --- hired Lawrence Rubin (C) Sam Nunn School
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Asst/Intl Environment scheduled interviews (R) --- ---
Griffith University Associate/Intl Business --- --- ---
Griffith University Lctr/PE of SE Asia --- --- ---
Griffith University Full/Intl Security --- --- ---
Gustavus Adolphus College Asst --- hired someone (R) ---
Grand Valley State University Asst/Intl Secty --- position filled (R) ---
Hamilton College Visiting/IPE/China --- --- ---
Harvard Business School Asst/IPE/CPE making calls (L); Jennifer Bussell (R) --- ---
Harvard University Asst/Harvard "Associate" Horowitz (L), Bethany Lacina (L), Dustin Tingley (L), Sarah Zukerman-Daly (L) offer to Horowitz (L); offer to Dustin Tingley (R) ---
IBEI Asst/IPE shortlist for phone interviews (R) --- ---
Johns Hopkins Open/Europe/PE interviews scheduled (C) offer to Nicolas Jabko (R) ---
Johns Hopkins SAIS Full --- --- ---
Lewis & Clark College Asst campus interviews (L) --- ---
LSE Lectr/Instr --- --- Asst Prof Equiv
Long Island U., Brooklyn Asst/IR/CP search terminated for budgetary reasons (L) --- ---
Marquette University Asst Paul Staniland (C), Risa Brooks (C), Valerie Morkevicius (C) hired Risa Brooks (C) ---
McDaniel College Asst --- --- ---
McGill Asst/China --- --- ---
Methodist University Asst/All Fields --- --- ---
Mississippi College Assoc --- --- ---
Missouri Western State University Asst --- --- ---
Monterey Institute of International Studies Full/Nonprolif --- hired Philipp Bleek (C) ---
Moravian College Asst/Latin Amer search stopped (R) --- ---
Nanyang Technological University Asst/Political Violence/Terrorism --- --- ---
National University Singapore Open Chelsea Brown (R) --- Multiple Positions
Naval Postgraduate School Open/E. Asia --- --- ---
Naval Postgraduate School Open/ME/North Africa/Secty --- --- ---
Naval War College --- Sarah Zukerman-Daly (C) position filled (R) ---
NYU Abu Dhabi Open/All Fields --- --- ---
Northern Illinois University Open Interviews Scheduled (R) senior hire made (L) ---
Oakland University Asst/IPE/GPE interviews completed (R) --- ---
Pace University Asst/CP/IR/IPE --- --- ---
Penn State University Assoc/Terrorism --- --- ---
Pitzer College Asst/Assoc/IPE --- search concluded (C) ---
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Asst --- hired Richard Sherman (R) ---
Princeton University Asst Bethany Lacina (R) --- ---
Providence College Asst/Latin America --- hired Jeff Pugh (C) ---
Reed College environment interviews underway (L) --- ---
RIT Asst/Eur/Sect --- --- ---
RIT Open --- --- Human Security/Development/Regional Expertise
Sam Houston University Assistant/Methodology --- --- ---
Seattle Pacific University Open/IPE campus interviews scheduled (C) --- ---
Seton Hill University Assistant/Comp/IR --- --- ---
Shepherd University Assistant campus interviews (C) hired Jacob Stump (C) ---
Simmons University Full Professor --- --- ---
St. John Fisher College Asst --- hired Wesley Renfro (C) ---
Stanford University Assistant Camber Warren (R) --- ---
SUNY College at Oneonta Assistant/IO/USFP phone interviews (R) --- ---
Texas A&M University Asst/Open Stephen Weymouth (C), Reed Wood (C), Brian Greenhill (R), Dustin Tingley (R) --- up to seven positions; one IPE
Texas A&M University (GB School) Assoc/Security --- --- ---
Trinity College, Dublin Asst/IR/Comp Rikhil Bhavnani (R), Stephen Weymouth (R), Brian Min (R) offer to Stephen Weymouth, declined (R) 5-year position
Union College Asst/Asia --- --- ---
Universidad de San Andrés e Open --- --- ---
United States Studies Centre Asst --- --- ---
University of Aberdeen Full --- --- ---
University of Alabama Open/peace and conflict interviewed Reed Wood (C) and Emily Ritter (C) hired Emily Ritter (C) ---
University of British Columbia Asst/Security shortlist/scheduling interviews (R) --- ---
University of California, Merced Asst/All Fields Verhulst (SUNY Stony Brook), Ben-Nun-Bloom (SUNY Stony Brook), Enos (UCLA), and Quiroz Flores (NYU) (L); two new candidates, one from UIowa and Ryalls-Conrad from FSU (C) offer to Enos, declined (R); offer to Ryalls-Conrad (L) ---
University of Cape Town Full/IPE --- --- ---
University of Chicago Open Milan Babik (C); Paul Poast (R); Paul Staniland (C) hired Paul Staniland (C) ---
University of Chicago Asst/Gen Ed --- --- 4 4-year apts
University of Chicago (Harris) Full/CP or IR --- --- ---
University of Chicago (Harris) Asst/All Fields Eric Grynaviski (R) --- ---
University of Georgia Asst/CP --- --- Department of International Affairs
University of Kansas Asst/MidEast calls made (R) --- ---
University of Kansas Associate --- position closed (R) ---
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth Asst/CP/IR --- search concluded (C) ---
University of Michigan Asst/Financial Markets --- --- ---
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Asst/Formal Models on-campus interviews (R) --- ---
University of Missouri, St. Louis Full/Japan --- --- ---
University of Nebraska, Lincoln Asst/HR/ILaw interviews scheduled (R) --- ---
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Lctr/Instruct Kanisha Bond (R) offer made (R) 3-year/CIAS
University of Notre Dame Asst Risa Brooks (C), Sarah Kreps (C), Paul Staniland (C) Offer to Sarah Kreps (L), declined (R); offer to Paul Staniland (L), who accepted an offer from Chicago (C) ---
University of Oregon Asst Brian Greenhill (L) --- ---
University of Ottawa Open/Human Rights/IO interviews ongoing (C) hired Daniel Stockemer, maybe for the methods position (L) ---
University of Pittsburgh Open/IPE/IO interviews completed (C); offer made (R) --- ---
University of Pittsburgh Asst/Security Studies --- --- ---
University of Puget Sound Visiting Asst/IO --- --- one-year replacement position
University of Reading Full --- --- ---
University of Richmond (Jepson School of Leadership Studies) Asst/international/cross-cultural --- hired someone (L) ---
University of Rochester Open/Quant Kate Baldwin (R); Bethany Lacina (C) hired Bethany Lacina (C) ---
University of Saint Gallen Asst/Develop/Glob Gov/IO interviews completed and offers made (R) --- Four Positions
University of San Diego Asst/Mid. East --- --- ---
University of the South Asst/LA/Mid. East/
Europe
--- position filled (R) ---
University of South Carolina Asst interviewed Amanda Licht (C), Courtney Ryals Conrad (C), Brian Greenhill (C) offer made (C) ---
University of Southern California Full --- --- ---
University of Southern California Full/IPE/Intl Econ --- --- ---
University of Sydney Asst/Social Sciences phone interviews (R) --- 6 positions
University of Sydney Full --- --- ---
University of Tennessee-Knoxville Asst/Poliical Econ Sarah Wilson Sokhey (R), Kim Yi Dionne (R) --- ---
University of Texas, Austin
(LBJ School)
Asst Paul Staniland (C), Jennifer Bussell (R) offer made (L) 2 Positions
University of Texas, Tyler Asst/Methods --- --- ---
University of Toronto Asst interviews completed (C) hired "Prichard" (R) 2 Positions
University of Toronto Asst/Conflict Studies --- --- ---
University of Victoria Asst/"Politics of the Global South" interviewing (R) made a hire (R) ---
Valparaiso University Asst --- --- two positions
University of Vermont Asst/IPE Mariana Medina (C) --- ---
Victoria University of Wellington Assoc/Full/CP/IR --- --- 2 Positions
Villanova University Asst/Russia --- --- ---
Willamette University Asst/Latin America --- hired someone (R) ---
Yale University Open --- --- botched cross-listing;
not under IR on e-jobs
Washington State University Asst completed campus interviews (R) hired Adam Luedtke (C) ---
Western Carolina University Asst/IR/CP campus interviews ongoing (R) --- ---
William & Mary open Interviews completed (C) offer to a junior person (R) ---
Yonsei University Wonju Campus Asst --- --- ---


Key

Rumor: unsubstantiated information
Likely: we have reason to believe the information is correct
Confirmed: we're pretty certain the information is correct

190 comments:

UC Prof said...

Johns Hopkins (not SAIS), George Washington, and Stanford all have Ass't Positions. Looking like a promising year -- let the rat race begin!

Anonymous said...

the Board has 2 positions listed for the UToronto Peace and Conflict Studies posting, but I didn't see that mentioned in the ad. is that correct? thanks.

IR Rumor Mill said...

That's a mistake. We'll correct it.

Anonymous said...

Michigan seems to have a botched cross-listing. There is an Assistant job involving global energy policy, that includes IR, and is distinct from the financial markets job.

Anonymous said...

The Center for Global Affairs within the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies invites applications for a non-tenured full-time clinical faculty position at the Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor level, beginning spring or fall 2010. We seek a talented professional who can blend practical and theoretical frameworks to teach masters level courses in our rapidly growing, selective graduate program in global affairs.

Expectations are to teach three courses per semester. Particular attention will be given to candidates with expertise in the area of International Political Economy and Development. Our faculty members have diverse but complementary academic backgrounds and, in addition to teaching, are active research scholars who also play a full role in curricular development, student advisement and the Centers robust series of public events. Candidates should be willing to engage in the Centers activities and support its goal of promoting global citizenship.

The successful candidate will possess an advanced degree, with an earned doctorate preferred, in international relations, economics, or related fields, and a minimum of three years teaching at the graduate level. The individual chosen for this position should possess the background and experience necessary to teach a variety of courses in the curriculum, and a record of publishing and research. For more information, visit www.scps.nyu.edu/global.affairs.

The Center for Global Affairs (CGA) educates and inspires its community to become global citizens capable of identifying and implementing solutions to pressing global challenges. Through rigorous graduate and continuing higher education programs and provocative public events, the Center prepares global citizens who will be at home, and thus be effective agents of change, in diverse environments around the world. The NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) is one of the NYU’s fifteen constituent schools and colleges. With its own faculty and specialized undergraduate and graduate (masters) programs for both full-time and part-time students, SCPS is among the universitys five largest graduate and undergraduate schools as measured by matriculated students. SCPS is also a worldwide leader in continuing higher education. Adult learners and working professionals register in more than 2500 courses, seminars, workshops, and conferences, and more than 100 certificate curricula in a wide arrange of subjects and formats each year.

For consideration, please send curriculum vitae with cover letter and three references to: scps.hr@nyu.edu (please indicate Box 17-09D in the subject line); or mail to NYU/SCPS, Human Resources, 25 West Fourth Street, Room 202, Box 17-09D, New York, NY 10012-1119. Applications and nominations will be accepted until the position is filled. NYU appreciates all applications, but can only respond to qualified candidates.

NYU encourages applications from women and members of minority groups

Anonymous said...

The School of International Service (SIS) invites applications for a tenure-line faculty member at the assistant, associate or full professor level in the program of Global Environmental Politics. Start date is August 2010.

Global Environmental Politics is one of eight programs within the School of International Service. The program offers a wide range of courses and supports research in environmental affairs in a transnational context. Ideal candidates will have a research agenda focused on the most pressing environmental challenges, a strong commitment to teaching and advising, and willingness and ability to participate in school and university governance.

We are seeking candidates with practical as well as theoretical expertise in environmental affairs. Areas of specialization include but are not limited to: international environmental policy, sustainable development, transnational environmental ethics, comparative environmental policy, environmental design, sustainable agriculture and environmental political economy.

Candidates should:
• Hold a Ph D or equivalent degree in a related discipline
• Have a record of research excellence and commitment to an on-going, productive research program
• Have proven teaching and mentoring ability

Applications should include:
• a letter describing research and teaching interests and relevant professional or field experience
• a curriculum vitae
• three letters of reference
• evidence of teaching effectiveness, including sample syllabi
• a writing sample

Send these materials to: Chair, GEP Faculty Search Committee, School of International Service, American University, 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20016-8071. For full consideration, please apply before October 15, 2009.


An EEO/AA University. The University is committed
to a diverse faculty, staff, and student body. Women and minority
candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Anonymous said...

I haven't seen the posting for a Lecturer position at LSE. Is there really an opening there?

Anonymous said...

Is there a way the administrator can help us identify the 'most recently advertised' jobs on the table

Anonymous said...

Check the APSA eJobs site. They have a link that will display all jobs posted in the last two days.

Anonymous said...

RE: LSE. There was a position there, but it's filled.

Hamilton's visiting China/IPE position is also filled.

Anonymous said...

I don't see the Naval War College yet, and since we don't always advertise in the right place thought I'd mention that NWC has two searches this fall:

https://portal.nwc.navy.mil/departments/hr/employ/Lists/Faculty%20Openings/DispForm.aspx?ID=15&Source=https%3A%2F%2Fportal.nwc.navy.mil%2Fdepartments%2Fhr%2Femploy%2Fdefault.aspx

Notes:

1. The most relevant to IR people will be the "Security, Strategy, and Forces" job (see ad).

2. APPLY NOW. Deadline is 11/30/09 but we review as they arrive and sometimes we even interview before the deadlines arrives.

3. NWC values teaching and policy-relevancy as well as pure academic research. We want scholarly pubs, but your letter should also show real interest in teaching mid-career national security professionals in a small seminar setting.

4. Starting salary is around 90,000 for new PhDs

Anonymous said...

cant seem to find the
cuny ir part time &
cuny hunter
ads

any idea

Anonymous said...

Yeah, check eJobs.

I don't know why I'm doing this, but here it is, on a platter:

The Hunter College Department of Political Science invites applications for a tenure-track or tenured position in international relations to begin in fall 2010. The appointment is open to any rank; the department prefers candidates with a proven record of scholarly publication. We will consider applicants in any area of international relations who do not duplicate our existing strengths in international organizations and human rights, the IPE of money and finance, and European security. Candidates whose research explores the role of China in international politics are especially encouraged to apply. The department places a high value on both effective teaching and strong scholarship. Hunter College, located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, is a part of the City University of New York, and has a vibrant and exceptionally diverse student body. In addition to teaching undergraduates at Hunter, many department members are part of the CUNY Graduate Center faculty and participate in the doctoral program. A Ph. D. is required for appointment at a professorial rank; the department prefers completion of the degree by the start of the appointment. For appointment as associate professor, substantial publication and teaching experience are required; for appointment as full professor, evidence of an established professional reputation, a strong and sustained publication record, and substantial teaching experience are required. Salary is commensurate with rank and experience. Hunter College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Please send cover letter, CV, writing sample, and evidence of teaching effectiveness, and arrange to have confidential references sent, to: Chair, International Relations Search, Department of Political Science, Hunter College, CUNY, 695 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065. Please direct queries via e-mail to irsearch@hunter.cuny.edu. To assure full consideration, candidates should submit all application materials by 10/15/09.

Anonymous said...

you are doing it because you are one of the few people who choose to be nice even though they can remain anonymous :)

Anonymous said...

is there a way that we can subscribe to the changes on the tallyboard, and be alerted when there is a post...my regular RSS feed is working only for the frontpage of IR Rumor mill

Anonymous said...

Not the way the rumor people are currently operating the tally board.

N333 said...

The Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications and nominations for a faculty position at the tenure-stream assistant or tenured associate/full professor level in the field of international relations with specialization in international political economy to begin in the fall term of 2010 (pending budgetary approval). PhD in political science or related discipline is expected at the time of appointment. Professional experience in relevant government or non-profit institutions desirable but not essential. For junior candidates, evidence of a vibrant and promising research agenda leading to high quality publications in any of the wide variety of topics related to international political economy is essential. Senior candidates are expected to have distinguished records of research, teaching and service.

Qualified applicants should submit a letter of application describing research and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, two samples of scholarly writing, three letters of recommendation and teaching evaluations to:

Prof. Nita Rudra
Chair, IR/IPE Search Committee
c/o Office of the Dean
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
3407 Posvar Hall
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Applications must be submitted by October 15, 2009 to receive full consideration.

Anonymous said...

The Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications and nominations for a faculty position at the tenure-stream assistant or tenured associate/full professor level in the field of international relations with specialization in international political economy to begin in the fall term of 2010 (pending budgetary approval). PhD in political science or related discipline is expected at the time of appointment. Professional experience in relevant government or non-profit institutions desirable but not essential. For junior candidates, evidence of a vibrant and promising research agenda leading to high quality publications in any of the wide variety of topics related to international political economy is essential. Senior candidates are expected to have distinguished records of research, teaching and service.

Qualified applicants should submit a letter of application describing research and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, two samples of scholarly writing, three letters of recommendation and teaching evaluations to:

Prof. Nita Rudra
Chair, IR/IPE Search Committee
c/o Office of the Dean
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
3407 Posvar Hall
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Applications must be submitted by October 15, 2009 to receive full consideration.

Anonymous said...

Any news on William and Mary?

Anonymous said...

Marquette has made calls for their security position. source: from colleague of called candidate.

Anonymous said...

Nothing yet from WM. A bit unusual, as they pride themselves on moving quickly on searches.

Anonymous said...

Shepard has posted this for two years now: I interviewed last year in September. I believe budget was the problem but I'm not sure.

Anonymous said...

Re. Marquette, does this mean that they've called everyone they plan on flying out?

Anonymous said...

Northern Illinois has invited four people to interview for its senior position.

Anonymous said...

Centre has made calls for their position. source: colleague of called candidate.

Anonymous said...

Why is the Dartmouth job not on the board? Has the search been canceled?

Anonymous said...

uh, it's NYU Abu Dhabi, not NYU Abu Gharib.

Anonymous said...

Do we know who Northern Illinois has invited interview for its senior position?

Anonymous said...

I agree re: disappointing levels of action on here.

On the RIT post with a human security specialization, I can't find this on their eJobs ad. Am I missing something or is this inside info?

Anonymous said...

What's the story with TAMU? Have they made calls for the IR line?

Anonymous said...

American has made at least one call about the transnational crime/terrorism position (a recipient).

Anonymous said...

@8:50--TAMU sent emails to some people regarding interviews.

Anonymous said...

Yes, TAMU has made calls and interviews are being scheduled.

Anonymous said...

An IR opening at Rutgers University:

The Department of Political Science invites applications for an
Assistant or recent Associate Professor level position, open to
subfield. We are particularly interested in scholars with research
interests in race, ethnicity, ethnic conflict or gender politics in
either the U.S. or International/Comparative subfields. Methodological
approaches open, but preference given to applicants with strength in
teaching quantitative or formal methods. For applicants seeking
appointment at the Assistant level, please submit letter of application,
cv., research sample, evidence of teaching effectiveness and three
letters of recommendation. For those seeking appointment at the
Associate level, please submit a letter of application and CV. Send all
materials to: Search Committee Chair, Department of Political Science,
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 89 George Street, New
Brunswick, NJ 08901-1411. Review of applications will begin October 16,
2009 and will continue until the position has been filled. The Political
Science Department at Rutgers University has a very strong commitment to
increasing the diversity of our faculty and we especially welcome
applications from candidates who would add to our diversity. Rutgers is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

Anonymous said...

Names?

Anonymous said...

LBJ at UT Austin is flying out candidates. (Source: a candidate)

Anonymous said...

The School of Government, Politics and Global Studies at Arizona State University seeks candidates for a tenure-track appointment at the assistant professor level in Political Science, in the area of International Relations. Desired start date: August 15, 2010. Required qualifications: candidates must demonstrate rank-appropriate experience in research and teaching; ability to teach the undergraduate introduction to international relations course and the graduate level introductory field seminar in international relations, and have a Ph.D. in Political Science or a closely related field by the time of appointment. Desired qualifications: promise of excellence in research in International Relations; promise of excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels; and promise of ability to generate external funding; evidence and promise of a theoretically driven and methodologically sophisticated research agenda. The committee will consider applications from all areas of specialization in International Relations but those with expertise in the causes and dynamics of global security processes and problems, such as war; terrorism; international peace-keeping operations; human, drug, &/or weapons trafficking; transnational organized crime; asymmetric conflicts; human rights, torture or genocide are particularly welcome. We do not have needs in critical theory. The application deadline for receipt of all required materials is November 10th, 2009; if not filled then the 1st of each month thereafter until the search is closed. A complete application must include the following: a letter of application stating qualifications, experience, research plans and teaching interests; a complete curriculum vitae; graduate school transcripts; three letters of reference; and two samples of research and writing. All application materials must be submitted electronically to facsearchpos@asu.edu. Arizona State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to excellence through diversity (https://www.asu.edu/titleIX/). Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Anonymous said...

I posted something this morning on the pre-season thread that has not shown up yet. What's the delay like on getting things cleared and up?

IR Rumor Mill said...

@ 1:19 -- we try to get comments cleared and posted within a few hours, but sometimes it takes a little longer. That said, we did not receive anything on the pre-season thread, so you may have to re-post your comment.

Anonymous said...

I think the person interviewing at S. Carolina is Courtney Ryals-Conrad and not Justin Conrad.

Anonymous said...

Any idea what's happening with the Yale search? Is that even an IR job?

Anonymous said...

Air War College is scheduling fly-outs for the Counterproliferation and Deterrence Theory position. (source: interviewee)

Anonymous said...

Did anyone else apply for the Duke job (Sanford School - Public policy) and get an e-mail saying that your application for the "Health Disparities" position had been received? This seems a bit weird since the announcement didn't mention anything about it being limited to health issues. Can anyone shed some light on this?

Anonymous said...

scratch the Duke comment re. health disparities - just called them and it was an admin mix-up

Anonymous said...

you guys are missing the lycoming job...

Anonymous said...

I got a letter from Long Island University, Brooklyn saying that due to budget constraints, they are no longer seeking to fill the position.

Anonymous said...

also missing the Reed environmental job.

Anonymous said...

Yes, just got an e-mail from LIU saying the position was closed...

UC Prof said...

University of California, Merced is calling to schedule interviews starting tomorrow (11/5). Source = a colleague at UC Merced.

Anonymous said...

9:36 is right; there is a job in the Poli Sci department at Reed for an environment person, and they have invited candidates out for interviews.

Anonymous said...

There is a tenure-track position in Human Rights at the University of Ottawa Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
http://www.socialsciences.uottawa.ca/assets/pdf/postes/api-ech-eng-oct09.pdf

Anonymous said...

The LIU job search has been cancelled

Prof B said...

Has anyone seen an "authoritative" -- very loosely defined (i.e., something in PS-like publications) -- figure on the average number of files received per job listing in IR?

IOW, something that would offer support for the claim that "on average an open position in IR receives umpty-ump applications..."

Thanks.

Anonymous said...

The Graduate Institute in Geneva has scheduled interviews.

Anonymous said...

Mary Soo Yeon Kim (Maryland) is interviewing at National U Singapore. (overheard at IPES).

Anonymous said...

Just got a rejection e-mail from UBC. Very courteous of them!

Anonymous said...

Is someone going to update the big board?

Anonymous said...

Phone interviews at WSU Vancouver are happening this week

Anonymous said...

Harvard Business School has been making calls recently for their Business, Government, and the International Economy Unit job (source: candidate who received rejection letter)

Anonymous said...

USC CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

HAYWARD R. ALKER POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP COMPETITION
Deadline: January 11, 2010

2010-2011 CALL: LATIN AMERICA/MEXICO
CIS invites applications from scholars who specialize in Latin America and its interaction with the international system. This specialization covers a wide range of topics and countries but we are particularly eager to encourage applications from scholars focusing on Mexico and its relationship with the United States. The competition is open to junior scholars: those who have received a Ph.D. within the last 3 years or who will have defended a dissertation by August 2010. Equivalent experience is not accepted. No English tests are required. Applications from a variety of disciplines, including the social sciences, humanities and communications are encouraged.

EVALUATION
Applicants will be evaluated on the bases of academic achievements and promise, publications and previous work experience, the quality of the research proposal, and the applicant’s potential for making significant scholarly contributions. Awards will be announced in Spring 2010.

COMPENSATION
The Center will provide a stipend, office space, USC library privileges, health insurance, $1,000 towards moving expenses, and computer support. Fellowships are funded by the Center’s endowment.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES
Applicants must submit: 1) a curriculum vitae, 2) a 5-7 page research proposal, 3) a list of publications (when applicable), 4) a graduate transcript, and 5) 3 (three) confidential letters of recommendation. Applications without a research proposal will not be considered. The letters of recommendation may be sent directly to the office by the referee. Applications must be in English.

Application materials must be POSTMARKED on or before JANUARY 11, 2010

PLEASE SEND APPLICATIONS TO:
ATTN: Post-Doctoral Fellow Competition
Center for International Studies
University of Southern California
3520 Trousdale Pkwy, SOS B1
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0037
USA

UC Prof said...

Interviews scheduled at UC Merced

Anonymous said...

American University has a shortlist for their environmental position -- two senior faculty and one junior person (I don't know names).

Anonymous said...

Please update the board.

UC Prof said...

UC Merced has a visit scheduled for Enos, UCLA

UC Prof said...

UC Merced interviewing Verhulst & Ben-Nun-Bloom, (both PhD candidates from SUNY StonyBrook), Enos (UCLA PhD Candidate), and Quiroz Flores (PhD candidate NYU). Source = colleague at Merced.

IR Rumor Mill said...

Updated. We'll try to be better about this in the future.

Anonymous said...

The board says 'Seton Hall'. Do they have a job out? Or did we confuse that with Seton HILL, which is in PA near Pittsburgh? And what info do we have on that? Gustavus too?

Anonymous said...

Can confirm that Reed is interviewing (source: a candidate)

Anonymous said...

Can anyone confirm that Lewis and Clark is interviewing?

Anonymous said...

Csn confirm that Lewis and Clark is interviewing; a friend of mine had an interview.

Anonymous said...

Yes, Lewis and Clark is having campus interviews. (source: a candidate)

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know about the Univ. of Oregon search? Have they made calls?

Anonymous said...

Colby College is making calls (source: a candidate)

Anonymous said...

Colby College is scheduling flyouts. (Source: a candidate)

Anonymous said...

The board says that calls have been made for the GWU Asst/ME position. Can anyone confirm? It is my understanding that calls have been made to the Natl/Int'l Security Policy position, not the ME position.

Anonymous said...

the position is at Seton HILL in PA, not Seton HALL in NJ.

This is the job which had the sentence that Munger noted:
Background or teaching experience in genocide and/or Non-Western area studies desirable.

Anonymous said...

It would be helpful if the Board was updated to reflect the consensus comments on the Board and Rumors pages.

IR Rumor Mill said...

@6:03 -- the board is now updated to reflect consensus comments, we believe. If we've missed something, e-mail us and we'll make the correction.

IR Rumor Mill said...

"I second the concern made about the mismatch between the board and the rumor regarding GW: is it the Middle East or Security position that has moved to the interview stage?"

This was a typo -- so many GW positions listed, we put the information in the wrong row of the table. It has now been corrected. The junior Security position, not the junior ME position, is the one for which interviews have (reportedly) been scheduled. If anyone has more definite information, please post in comments, or e-mail us.

Anonymous said...

Arizona State has made calls.

Anonymous said...

Calls have been made for the Kansas Middle East position.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the info on the Kansas Middle East position. The worst part of being on the job market is holding out hope. I will now cross Kansas off my list.

Anonymous said...

Any names on the Kansas ME position?

Anonymous said...

Rob Bosco (UConn) took the Centre College job.

Anonymous said...

Univ of the Pacific just closed on 12/1 -- do we know what the schedule is there?

Anonymous said...

Oakland University has posted an opening:

The Department of Political Science invites applications for a tenure track position in International Relations with primary specialization in International/Global Political Economy, at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin August 15, 2010. Specialization within IPE/GPE is open, with the exception of development. Secondary specialization is open. Candidates with their Ph.D. in hand are preferred, but candidates who are ABD will also be considered provided that they can demonstrate they are near completion of the dissertation. Preference will be given to candidates with prior college or university teaching experience, and those who have demonstrated scholarly productivity.

The successful candidate should be prepared to teach an introductory course in international politics and upper-division courses in international/global political economy, IR theory, and to develop additional courses in his or her area of expertise. Normal teaching load for tenure-track faculty is five courses per academic year.

Applications should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts, copies of teaching evaluations and sample syllabi (if available), and no more than two samples of written work. Three letters of recommendation should be sent under separate cover.

Review of applications will begin December 20, 2009 and will continue until the position is filled. Send applications and letters of reference to:

IPE/GPE Search Committee Chair
Department of Political Science
418 Varner Hall
Oakland University
Rochester, MI 48309-4488

Anonymous said...

Has anyone heard news about the U of the South position? I think they had on-campus interviews last week.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know what the status on the UT-Austin positions is? Have they made offers?

Anonymous said...

Hunter offer is out.

Anonymous said...

According to its department homepage, Marquette has an accepted offer for its IR-security line.

Anonymous said...

anyone knows anything about the University of Ottawa Human Rights position? (http://www.socialsciences.uottawa.ca/assets/pdf/postes/api-ech-eng-oct09.pdf)
Why is it not on the board?

Anonymous said...

Polisci Bluwiki states that as of Dec 9th, the search at U Kansas has been cancelled. Does anyone know whether this refer to the Security Assoc position, the ME Asst position, or both?

Anonymous said...

To the person who asks "anyone knows anything about the University of Ottawa Human Rights position?". A colleague tells me the department is finalising the shortlist.

Anonymous said...

Re Kansas: The Assoc position is closed. The ME position is interviewing.

Anonymous said...

ASU has completed interviews for the IR/security studies asst position. Four finalists were interviewed for the position.

Anonymous said...

Re: Centre College: Bosco=BCSIA Fellow, RIIA

Barrya said...

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
Asian Politics

The Department of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications for a rank-open search in the field of Asian politics to begin September 1, 2010, pending budgetary approval. Substantive field is open, though preference will be given to individuals whose work complements departmental strengths in comparative and international politics, political behavior and institutions. The position will also be affiliated with the University’s Asian Studies Center, one of fifteen Title VI National Resource Centers in East Asian Studies in the United States. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in hand or expected by the end of the summer, 2010.

Applications at the junior level should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research and teaching interests, two or three writing samples, teaching evaluations (if available), graduate transcript, and a minimum of three letters of reference. Applications at the senior level should include a curriculum vitae, statement of current research and teaching interests, two or three relevant publications (or citations for those publications), teaching evaluations (if available), and a minimum of three letters of reference (or a list of individuals who can provide such references).

Please send applications to: Chair, Asian Politics Search Committee; Department of Political Science; University of Pittsburgh; 4600 Posvar Hall; Pittsburgh, PA 15260. In order to ensure full consideration, applications should be received before February 1, 2010. The Political Science Department telephone number is (412) 648-7290; the contact e-mail address is ertman@pitt.edu. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and members of minority groups underrepresented in academia are especially encouraged to apply.

Anonymous said...

The Elliot School (GWU) is making calls for their position in sustainable development. (Source: a candidate)

Anonymous said...

ASU has made an offer to Sarah Zukerman-Daly (MIT) for the IR/security asst position.

Anonymous said...

Just found out that Eckerd College's middle east position has been filled.

Anonymous said...

"ASU has made an offer to Sarah Zukerman-Daly (MIT) for the IR/security asst position."

^ also for the American trannational crime slot.

Anonymous said...

Any news on:

Creighton (IR), November 1 deadline?

RIT (IR, junior line), November 1 deadline?

Naval War College (Decision-making department), November 30 deadline?

Richmond (Jepson School, International Studies and Leadership Job), November 15 deadline?

UMass, Dartmouth (Comparative / IR Job), December 1 deadline?

Bridgewater State College (IR), rolling deadline?

Any news of any of these searches?

I heard that Creighton might have the cancel the search (for a second year) owing to budget issues? Can anyone confirm?

Anything, please!?!?

Can we at least get some of these that are not on the board up?

UC Prof said...

UC Merced has an offer out to Enos.

Anonymous said...

Greenhill (UW) accepted the Dartmouth IR offer.

Anonymous said...

Tariq Thachil interviewed at Toronto for a Comparative position, not IR.

UC Prof said...

Enos declined/withdrew from consideration for the UC Merced position.

Anonymous said...

Hopkins made an offer to Nicolas Jabko.

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure the Rochester job has been filled as they are letting people know they didn't get the job. There is a visiting position availible at U of R.

Anonymous said...

The wiki reports that Lacina (Stanford ABD) accepted the Rochester job.

IR Rumor Mill said...

We have confirmed that Dr. Thachil interviewed at Toronto for a Comparative Politics job, so we're removing his name from the big board.

Anonymous said...

The following interviewed at Hunter:
O'Neill (Wash U ABD), Shirkey (SJFC AP), Zang (Arkansas AP).
Offer to Zang.

Anonymous said...

So what's the story on the Toronto IR jobs? Have they moved on these yet?

Anonymous said...

My understanding is Toronto has yet to do anything on the IR jobs, but that is third hand information at best so I'm not sure what that's worth.

Anonymous said...

Hunter information is incorrect. First, it's "Zeng" not "Zang." Second, offer is to Shirkey and has been accepted.

Anonymous said...

What happened to the CIDE (Mexico) IR position? It is not in the board anymore. The deadline was 10/16. Is the position closed?

Anonymous said...

Any (specific) news about Creighton, Georgia State, or Alabama?

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I emailed the chair of the committee to check on the status of the Creighton search and he responded that the university has frozen funding for the position and that he didn't know when or if the search would be back on.

Anonymous said...

I have no info on CIDE-IR, but CIDE-Poli Sci has already interviewed and made offers.

Anonymous said...

Center for Global Affairs at NYU has extended an offer in its IPE search (source: a faculty member), but now are opening an search for an additional expansion position at the Asst/Assoc level, completely open as to particular area of expertise.

Anonymous said...

Anyone have more details about the GW/Elliott jobs?

Anonymous said...

The GW/Elliot job in sustainable development has scheduled four talks throughout the month of january. (Source: a candidate)

Anonymous said...

The University of Ottawa has finalized its shortlist for the human rights position and invited candidates for interview (source: candidate)

Anonymous said...

Zukerman-Daly (MIT) has accepted offer from American University and declined offer from Arizona State. The ASU offer now goes to Reed Wood (U of North Carolina) (source: dept e-mail announcement)

Anonymous said...

Here's a job ad I didn't see mentioned on this site. The deadline to begin consideration is soon, but I hear that they'll accept applications after the date.

The Department of History and Political Science at Ashland University seeks a broadly educated person to fill a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning August 2010. Teaching responsibilities include upper-level courses in International Relations and area studies and introductory courses in Western Civilization. The Department emphasizes the study of political thought and statesmanship through the use of primary sources and the great texts of political thought. Consistent with this emphasis, the Department seeks a person who studies international relations from the perspective of political thought and statesmanship, although not to the exclusion of contemporary issues in international politics. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellence in and a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching in a traditional liberal arts setting. Depending on qualifications, the candidate may also have an opportunity to teach in the Department's Masters of American History and Government program. Ph.D. required; advanced ABD considered. As with all tenure-track appointments at Ashland University, faculty members are expected to conduct appropriate scholarship and research and participate in university service and student advising. Send letter of application, vita, letters of recommendation, writing sample, and transcripts to Chair, Political Science Search Committee, Department of History and Political Science, Ashland University, Ashland, OH 44805. Consideration of applications will begin on January 18, 2010.

Anonymous said...

New hires at American University: Jeff Colgan (Princeton) for IPE; Ken Conca (Maryland) for Enviro Politics; Sarah Zukerman-Daly (MIT) for Transnational Crime.

Anonymous said...

University of Alabama began interviews for its IR position this week.

Anonymous said...

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile has hired Richard Sherman.

Anonymous said...

Trinity College Dublin made offer to Stephen Weymouth. Offer was declined.

Anonymous said...

Why isn't Univ. of Alabama on the board? Candidate visits have been completed.

Anonymous said...

Grand Valley State has filled their position.

UC Prof said...

UC Merced has 2 new candidates. One was from UIowa, the other is from FSU.

Anonymous said...

Washington State-Vancouver has completed campus interviews.

IBEI has made shortlist for phone interviews.

Anonymous said...

Not a rumor. Just a quick rant. I don't have a job. Have no idea what I'm going to be doing next year. And I'm so stressed I could barf. Thanks for reading.

Anonymous said...

Keep strong, 11:18. Hope good news is around the corner for you!

Anonymous said...

Moravian's search is stopped due to budgetary reasons. Gustavus hired someone and so did Willamette for Latin America.

Anonymous said...

I know for sure that two southern R1's will be posting job ads within a couple of week. The market is not dead yet, just depends on when the dept gets the money from the Dean.

J Tir said...

The below announcement should be posted on APSA e-jobs as soon as they dig out from under the snow.

The University of Georgia
Department of International Affairs
Position: Comparative Politics
Start date: August 10, 2010
Application Deadline: March 19, 2010

The Department of International Affairs at the University of Georgia invites applications for a tenure track position in comparative politics at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin in the fall of 2010. The position is open with respect to substantive research focus. We seek a scholar who is a generalist in comparative politics and is well trained in comparative theory, approaches, and methods, either quantitative or qualitative.

Prospective candidates should send a cover letter indicating interest and qualifications, a current curriculum vita, teaching evaluations demonstrating excellence in instruction, original transcripts, and three letters of recommendation. The Ph.D. or near completion of dissertation is required. Submit your complete application materials in hardcopy. In addition, please submit your cover letter and vita electronically by saving it on a CD and attaching it to the application packet. Send all materials to Dr. Markus Crepaz, Head, Department of International Affairs, University of Georgia, Candler Hall 308, Athens, GA 30602. Applications received by March 19, 2010 are assured full consideration.

The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution; applications
from women and minorities are enthusiastically encouraged.

Anonymous said...

I received rejection letter from the Jepson School. They said they had hired someone.

Anonymous said...

I have accepted the WSU-Vancouver position. I would prefer to remain anonymous until certain parties can be informed.

Anonymous said...

What gives? You still don't have Bama on the board, and several people have asked about it. BTW: their offer is out.

IR Rumor Mill said...

@5:41 -- Well, besides the fact that we're all volunteers here, there's the intriguing problem that "Bama" (presumably you mean the University of Alabama position that a couple of people have indeed asked about?) doesn't seem to have a position listing on the APSA e-jobs site; nor have we been able to locate the listing on the University of Alabama's site. If someone would kindly forward a copy of the position description to our gmail address, we'll be happy to get it listed on the board.

Anonymous said...

Can we get St. John Fisher College and Valparaiso on the board?

Anonymous said...

The University of Puget Sound is hiring a one-year (with possibility of renewal) visiting assistant professor of international relations.

University of Puget Sound
Visiting Assistant Professor of Politics & Government
Open Until Filled

Appointment Status
Full-time, one-year replacement position, with the possibility of renewal; begins Fall Term 2010

Department
Politics and Government

Responsibilities
Teach courses in international relations at the introductory and advanced levels. The Department is looking for applicants capable of teaching the introductory international relations course, international organizations, and other upper-division courses.

Standard teaching assignment is three courses per semester.

Qualifications
Ph.D. (ABD considered) in political science. We are looking for applicants with significant, successful teaching experience and a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching.

Application Deadline Information
Search and selection procedures will be closed when a sufficient number of qualified candidates have been identified. Interested individuals are encouraged to submit application materials no later than March 15, 2010 to ensure consideration.

About Puget Sound
Puget Sound is a selective national liberal arts college in Tacoma, Washington, drawing 2,600 students from 48 states and 20 countries. Puget Sound graduates include Rhodes and Fulbright scholars, notables in the arts and culture, entrepreneurs and elected officials, and leaders in business and finance locally and throughout the world. A low student-faculty ratio provides Puget Sound students with personal attention from faculty who have a strong commitment to teaching and offer 1,200 courses each year in more than 40 traditional and interdisciplinary fields, including graduate programs in occupational and physical therapy and in education. Puget Sound is the only nationally ranked independent undergraduate liberal arts college in Western Washington, and one of just five independent colleges in the Pacific Northwest granted a charter by Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s most prestigious academic honorary society. Visit "About Puget Sound" (http://www.pugetsound.edu/about) to learn more about the college.

How to Apply
For complete job description and application instructions, visit http://www.pugetsound.jobs .

As a strategic goal and through our core values, University of Puget Sound is committed to an environment that welcomes and supports diversity. We seek diversity of identity, thought, perspective, and background in our students, faculty, and staff.

EOE/AA

Anonymous said...

The Alabama IR offer has been made and accepted (I don't have a copy of the ad, though).

IR Rumor Mill said...

@ 7:06: You ask, we provide.

If there are other positions that are not on the board, please do let us know and we'll get them listed as soon as we can.

Anonymous said...

Eastern Michigan University (IPE) position is also missing. They have completed their campus interviews.

Anonymous said...

BU has finished its interviews and made two offers-for Europe/IR and South Asia/IR.

Anonymous said...

Villanova has an IR/Comparative position with a specialty in Russian foreign policy.

Anonymous said...

The BU/Europe offer was accepted by Schilde (UPenn ABD).

Anonymous said...

Apparently Harvard ended up making an offer to Tingley and he accepted (colleague at Princeton).

Anonymous said...

Interviews for the three AP positions at the University of St. Gallen have been concluded and offers have gone out

Anonymous said...

Oakland University has completed interviews.

Anonymous said...

Air War College made an offer, which was accepted. (Overheard at ISA)

Anonymous said...

Can we get SUNY - Oneonta up? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Daniel Stockemer (UConn ABD) took the Ottawa Job.

UC Prof said...

UC Merced - offer out to Ryalls-Conrad (FSU)

Anonymous said...

Prescott College had a position -- any word on this?

Anonymous said...

I don't know what job Daniel Stockemer (UConn ABD) took at uOttawa, but it is not the human rights position which remains open (i.e., the search committee is stil deliberating)

Anonymous said...

Toronto made one IR hire. Son of former U of Toronto president.

Anonymous said...

Stockemer took the methods position not HR.

Anonymous said...

Elon is once again hiring for its IR position, though for this time for a visiting position. That's at least six different hiring cycles for this position in the past 10 years.

Anonymous said...

BU made an offer to a Harvard PhD/post-doc for the South Asia/IR position and it was accepted.

Anonymous said...

St. John Fisher has called folks and made campus invites.

Anonymous said...

Any news on the Yonsei University Wonju Campus job? I was really hoping for this one ...

Anonymous said...

FYI - I see the board didn't list the position in the Politics of the Global South at the University of Victoria (BC) that was listed in December. I heard they are are interviewing already.

Anonymous said...

Shepherd University. Job offered to and accepted by Jacob Stump

Anonymous said...

I heard that all 3 candidates for the G-tech job were from Belfer (non EU position)

Anonymous said...

I heard that SUNY Oneonta was meeting Friday (3.19). Has anyone gotten a call for a phone interview? This could be a great job for someone.

Anonymous said...

Got a final rejection letter from U Toronto yesterday, so I presume that the end of the search process is no longer merely a rumour, but a certainty

Anonymous said...

PSJR reports that GWU job went to Eric Grynaviski, PhD Ohio State

adam luedtke said...

I have accepted the job at WSU-Vancouver and resigned from the University of Utah effective July 1, 2010.

Anonymous said...

Pittsburgh has made an offer in the IPE/IO search.

Anonymous said...

^^^ What position was this for (at U of T)?

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure Baldwin was offered a position of U of Toronto that she declined. Instead she took a position at University of Georgia.

Anonymous said...

So has Toronto officially declined to hire this year on the other two positions, or is the search still on-going? If the former, are they likely to advertise these lines again next year?

UC Prof said...

Texas A&M - Texarkana -- Ft TT position:
Assistant Professor, Tenure Track. Political Science. Qualifications Required: Earned Ph.D. in Political Science from an accredited institution at the time of employment. ABD candidates must hold a doctorate prior to employment. Specialty in Comparative Politics and/or International Relations. Qualifications Preferred: Ability to teach effectively undergraduate and graduate courses in Comparative Politics and/or International Relations (demonstrate with syllabi, course evaluations, etc.). Capacity to teach Introduction to American Politics and Texas Government. Ability to produce scholarship in Comparative Politics and/or International Relations (demonstrate with conference papers, published articles, book reviews, etc.). Knowledge and experience working with First Year Experience (FYE) and 18–25 year old students. Prior experience in working with co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Responsibilities: Report directly to the Dean, College of Education and Liberal Arts. Teach and develop courses in Comparative Politics and/or International Relations. Teach courses in Introduction to American Politics and Texas Government. Perform professional scholarly activities such as conference presentations and publications. Participate in department, college, and university service, including committees and student club advisement. Applications will be accepted immediately, with screening of complete applications beginning April 15, 2010. Applications received after that time may not receive full consideration. The application packet must include: A letter of interest addressing how the candidate meets the required and preferred qualifications; a copy of the candidate’s current curriculum vitae; copies of university transcripts (official transcripts required prior to employment); and a list of 3 current professional references with complete contact information and association with candidate. This list must include the candidate’s current (if applicable) or immediate past supervisor. Materials should be sent to: Rebecca Stone, Human Resources Assistant, Texas A&M University-Texarkana, P.O. Box 5518, 2600 N. Robison Road, Texarkana, Texas 75505 or rebecca.stone@tamut.edu. This is a security sensitive position – criminal background check will be conducted on finalists. Employment is contingent on proof of eligibility to work in the United States. The State of Texas requires Selective Service registration or exemption for all newly hired employees.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for applying for the Comparative Politics/International Relations position in the Department of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. We received roughly 130 applications. I regret to inform you that you were not selected for the position.

Sincerely yours,
Robert Darst, Search Committee Chair
Associate Professor of Political Science
Director of the University Honors Program
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Anonymous said...

From UCLA Dept announcement - Larry Rubin (UCLA PhD, Belfer postdoc) has accepted the security position at Georgia Tech.

Anonymous said...

From George Washington University, Elliot School, in reference to the International Security position: "The Search Committee has decided against making an appointment for the 2010-2011 academic year."

Anonymous said...

GWU Elliott School has also declined to make an appointment for their open sustainable development position.

Anonymous said...

Jeff Pugh got the Providence College job.

Anonymous said...

From University of Victoria:

Thank you for your recent application for the Politics of the Global South position in the Department of Political Science at the University of Victoria. The Appointments Committee of the Department of Political Science has selected an applicant who has accepted the position.

Anonymous said...

From Georgetown Govt Dept announcement, Philipp Bleek (Georgetown ABD, Belfer fellow) has accepted Monterey Institute of International Studies position, at assistant professor level.

Anonymous said...

Anyone know what's been going on at GWU in the past few years? Tons of announcements, seems like virtually no actual hires.

Anonymous said...

The University of the South (Sewanee) has filled its Latin American/European politics position(s).

Anonymous said...

So when's the 2010-2011 Jobs Board going to get posted? Job ads for next year have started...

Anonymous said...

Looks like GW filled their Univ. Prof position w/Michael Barnett...

Anonymous said...

Damn! I really wanted that job!

But congrats to Michael and what a great hire for GW. Good for them!

Anonymous said...

FYI:
Three year job in IR at TCD, starting in September this year.

Post Title: Lectureship in Political Science (International Relations), Trinity College Dublin

Post Status: 3-year contract

Discipline/Faculty:Department of Political Science, School of Social Sciences and Philosophy in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The School wishes to make an appointment in the area of international relations. The ability to teach courses in international relations, especially in the Department of Political Science’s new MSc in International Politics starting September 2010 is essential. The ideal candidate will have an approach to research that complements the Department of Political Science’s existing strengths in comparative, institutional and quantitative analysis. Candidates with research interests in any issue-area of international relations (security, international political economy, international organisation etc.) will be considered.

Closing Date: 12 noon on Wednesday, 30th June, 2010

Further details at http://www.tcd.ie/vacancies/

UC Prof said...

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