The Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications and nominations for a tenure-stream faculty position at the assistant professor level in the field of international relations with specialization in intelligence studies to begin in the fall term of 2016. PhD in political science or related discipline is expected at the time of appointment. The successful candidate will have both research and teaching interests in intelligence studies while also having the capacity to contribute to GSPIA's core teaching in public and international affairs. Applications from qualified candidates with interests in East Asia, the Middle East, analytical methodologies, cyber-security, and/or the increasingly globalized nature of intelligence collection (including big data) are especially welcome.
Application Process: 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. Michael Kenney, Search Committee Chair; c/o Mary Ann Gebet; Executive Assistant to the Dean; Graduate School of Public and International Affairs; 3407 Posvar Hall; Pittsburgh, PA 15260. Applications must be submitted by October 1, 2015 to receive full consideration. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer including Veteran's and Disabled.
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