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School of Advanced Study

The S.T. Lee Professorial Fellowship

A generous endowment by Dr S.T. Lee, of Singapore, has made possible the creation of this Fellowship, open to applicants of professorial or equivalent status for the purpose of supporting research in London in any field relevant to the work of one or more of the School's Institutes.

The Fellowship may be held for a period of up to 6 consecutive months between September and June of any academic year. (A longer tenure may be possible, but will not attract any financial support beyond that available for the first 6 months. Applications for periods significantly shorter than 6 months are unlikely to be successful).

The endowment also provides for the delivery of the annual S.T. Lee lecture on a theme of the Fellow's choice.

The School of Advanced Study Professorial Fellowship

A second Visiting Professorial Fellowship is offered by the School on the same terms as the S.T. Lee Fellowship. The aim of the School will be to ensure that in any given year thework of the S.T. Lee Fellow and the School ofAdvanced Study Fellow together covers a wide range of intellectual concerns.

Holders of the Fellowship will be ready to pursue their work in the context of an active and vigorous relationship with the multi-disciplinary scholarly community within the School, and to play a leading intellectual role in cross-School seminars or other programmes.

Application and Contact Details

Applicants must be able to show that their research can benefit from the resources of one or more of the Institutes in the School, and that it can contribute productively to the range of activities across the School.

Intending applicants should make contact with the Director(s) of the relevant Institute(s) in advance of making an application.

Further information may be obtained from:

School of Advanced Study

University of London

Senate House, Malet Street

London WC1E 7HU

T: + 44 (0) 20 7862 8659

F: + 44 (0) 20 7862 8657

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Position: Associate Director
Employer: The Center for Latin America Studies (CLAS) at Stanford University
Date Posted: October 27, 2005

The Center for Latin America Studies (CLAS) at Stanford University is searching for a new Associate Director. With over 60 affiliated faculty members, a large endowment, and a sizeable grants program the Center is a large operation that includes multiple administrative, research, and teaching activities. The Center works actively with academic departments and research units on campus. Its mission is to support research and teaching on Latin America by the faculty and students of Stanford in all fields of study. The Associate Director will work closely and collaboratively with the Faculty Director. As the Center's senior staff member he or she will supervise an administrative staff of two full time and several part time employees. The Associate Director's responsibilities include overseeing Center programming, administering various fellowship and grant programs and visiting professorships, directing undergraduate and graduate degree programs, managing the Center's complex budget, fundraising, and outreach. He or she will support and advise the Director in developing and setting program priorities, in general policy and decision making, in liaison with other units on campus, and in representing the Center on and, occasionally, off campus.

Minimum qualifications: a doctorate in the humanities or social science with expertise in Latin America is preferred along with substantial administrative experience in a university setting, but candidates with an MA or ABD background and at least 3 years of university administrative experience will also be considered. An excellent knowledge of written and spoken Spanish is required and some knowledge of Portuguese would be helpful. The most successful candidate will have excellent writing and communication skills and the demonstrated ability to work effectively with staff, faculty and students at all levels of the university as well as with distinguished (especially foreign) visitors. Familiarity with financial systems is desirable.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Contact Information: Please apply through the Stanford employment website at:, under requisition #9092.

In addition to the online submission, please mail your cover letter and resume directly to:

Professor Herb Klein, Director
Center for Latin American Studies
582 Alvarado Row
Stanford, CA 94305
Fax #650-723-9822.