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Asunto:NoticiasdelCeHu 555/02 - Position Announcement
Fecha:Martes, 24 de Septiembre, 2002  19:31:48 (-0300)
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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

 

NEW YORK, SYRACUSE, 13244-1020. Syracuse University. Full-time tenure track faculty appointments effective Fall 2003.  Rank Open.  Ph.D. required although a doctoral candidate could be appointed contingent on completion of the Ph.D. by the time of appointment.

           

The Department of Geography intends to appoint three faculty members who will contribute to the department and university’s commitment to build a vibrant physical geography program, and will complement our strengths in human geography/social theory and environmental geography/political ecology.  We desire a mix of senior and junior faculty committed to innovative research and excellent teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  A demonstrated record of excellence in publishing, teaching and advising is expected for appointment with tenure at the associate or full professor rank.  All appointees will be expected to contribute to introductory courses and to develop new courses in their area of specialization. Normal teaching responsibilities for all positions are two courses per semester. 

The department is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and especially welcomes applications from women, “racial” minorities, persons with disabilities, and academic couples - including same-sex domestic partners.

  1. Physical Geographer with research interests in atmospheric science, incorporating GIS, modeling, and/or remote sensing.  The successful candidate will teach introductory courses in GIS and physical geography, and upper-division and graduate courses in her/his area of expertise.  An active role in shaping and enhancing a growing graduate program in physical geography is expected.  This individual will have opportunities to interact with environmental scientists in the Geography Department, allied departments at Syracuse University, and the adjacent SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and with at least one additional physical geographer to be hired in the near future.
  2. Human Geographer with research interests in social theory.  We specifically seek a scholar with interests in feminism, race and ethnicity, or political economy/political theory, who can make critical contributions to department and Maxwell School initiatives in gender and globalization, citizenship and governance, social movements, global political economy, conflict resolution and the interdisciplinary study of space and place.  Teaching responsibilities will include introductory human geography and upper-division and graduate courses in the candidate’s area of specialization.
  3. Environmental Geographer with a commitment to linking empirical research and social theory.  We are particularly interested in hiring a political ecologist who can complement existing departmental strengths in international development, gender, environmental justice, resource use, human dimensions of global change, and conservation.  Syracuse University is committed to interdisciplinary scholarship on environmental issues, and the successful candidate will affiliate with the Maxwell School’s Center for Environmental Policy and Administration.  Teaching responsibilities will include one lower-division environmental geography course, plus upper-division and graduate courses in area of specialization.

 

The Syracuse University Department of Geography and the Maxwell School provide ample opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration for both human and physical geographers.  In addition, we have strong links with faculty and programs in African-American Studies, Applied Statistics, Architecture, Biology, Earth Sciences, English and Textual Studies, Environmental Engineering, Landscape Architecture, the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, and  the adjacent State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.

 

We strongly encourage applications from scholars with regional expertise outside of North America.  Successful candidates will have opportunities to affiliate with regional and international-studies programs including the African Initiative, South Asia Center, Program on Latin America and the Caribbean, European Union Center, and the Global Affairs Institute.

 

Further information on the department is available at http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/geo/

 

Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2002 and continue until the positions are filled.  Send a letter of application outlining current research, teaching philosophy and interests, a curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation to Professor John Western, Chair, Department of Geography, 144 Eggers Hall.  Professor Western may also be reached by fax at 315-443-4227, by telephone at 315-443-2605, and by email at geo-inquiry@maxwell.syr.edu

 

 

Syracuse University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer