Requirements for the position include: (1) a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a related discipline at the time of appointment; (2) professional credentials commensurate with rank; (3) the ability to teach both undergraduate and graduate courses in the discipline and in the candidate's areas of specialization; (4) interest in and/or experience mentoring graduate students; (5) a commitment to diversity initiatives and expanding diversity and inclusion within the department; and (6) the potential to develop an ongoing research agenda, including the pursuit of extramural funding. Area of specialization is race and crime. Finalists will be asked during their screening interview to discuss how the topics of diversity and inclusion are incorporated into their teaching and research.
Minimum Experience / Education:
UNC Charlotte gives primary consideration to the earned doctorate or terminal degree in the teaching discipline or a related discipline.
Preferred Education Skills and Experience:
Preferred qualifications include strong methodological skills, an active research agenda, and the potential (or track record) for securing extramural funding.
UNC Charlotte is North Carolina's urban research institution. Our campus is located in the piedmont of North Carolina, just two hours from the mountains and three hours from the Atlantic Ocean. A large public university with a small college feel, more than 27,200 students consider UNC Charlotte’s 1,000-acre campus their home away from home.