The Urban Studies Program at the University of Pittsburgh seeks applicants for a full-time non-tenure-stream Lectureship beginning in Fall 2017, pending budgetary approval. Ph.D. is required at time of application. The successful applicant will teach six courses per year (three each semester). The Urban Studies Program is an inter-disciplinary undergraduate degree-granting program that prides itself on training its majors in appropriate qualitative and quantitative research skills, and writing skills. We invite applications from candidates working on any time period or geographical region, but prefer applicants who can offer courses in both North American and international urbanism and who can teach introductory and applied GIS courses. Applicants should demonstrate how their teaching and/or research addresses one or more of the areas of concentration from which Urban Studies majors can select (Community Organization; Comparative International Urbanism; Urban Policy and Administration; and Urban Planning. See our website, http://www.urbanstudies.pitt.edu/index.php.
Application Process: Send letter of application, CV, and three letters of recommendation to Chair, Urban Studies Search Committee Urban Studies Program 3500 Wesley W. Posvar Hall University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 15260 Applications must be postmarked by October 15, 2016. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EEO /AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled.
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