The following positions are currently open at Thorneloe University:
Deadline: January 15, 2016
The Department of Women’s Studies at Thorneloe University (federated with Laurentian University) invites applications for a 10 month limited term appointment, beginning August 1st, 2016 and ending May 30th, 2017. Thorneloe University is a small undergraduate university where dedication to excellence in teaching is expected. The department offers a Major, Minor and Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies as well as a new Minor in Critical Sexuality Studies (Fall 2017). Applicants must have a PhD in Gender/Women’s Studies or a related area before the time of appointment, and will demonstrate evidence of successful teaching in the courses listed below. The successful candidate will teach two and a half full courses using innovative teaching practices, and is expected to participate actively in service and administrative functions as well as student engagement activities. Evidence of successful undergraduate teaching, published work, and continuing research are desirable.
WOMN 1005 Introduction to Women’s Studies 6cr
WOMN 3015 Feminist Theories 6cr
WOMN 2046 Gender, Race and Racism 3cr
Official Course Descriptions are available at http://thorneloe.ca/WOMN
Applicants should send the following documents in electronic format using WORD or PDF files, including: a letter of application, their curriculum vitae, sample syllabi of all courses they propose to teach, recent teaching evaluations, and exact contacts for three referees, by 15 January, 2016, to the attention of:
Dr. Jennifer L Johnson, Associate Professor and Chair
Department of Women’s Studies
c/o Susan Moores firstname.lastname@example.org
Receipt of applications will be acknowledged. The review of applications will begin on 15 January, 2016 and continue until the position is filled. Thorneloe University is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from qualified Aboriginal Canadians, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities and women. Government regulations require that applications from Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.
There are no positions available at this time.