Job Description: The Department of Sociology at Manhattan College seeks part-time, adjunct instructors for sociology courses in the following areas: Introduction to Sociology, Criminology, Social Service, Geography, Cultural Anthropology, Family Law, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods, Race and Resistance/Critical Race Theory, Gender/Feminist Theory, Decolonial Studies, and Queer Studies.
Reports to: Chair of Sociology - Dr. Roksana Badruddoja (email@example.com)
The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching undergraduate students at all levels and in disciplines of Sociology. Creative approaches to critical pedagogy and a dedication to equitable undergraduate liberal arts education is desired.
Masters or Ph.D. (preferred) in Sociology (or related field).
At least one year of teaching experience.
Assistant Professor $4,578.76
Associate Professor $4,726.94
Special Requirements: As a mission-driven Lasallian institution, our shared dedication to providing opportunities for students from underserved backgrounds and ensuring equitable access to educational opportunities defines our teaching in the Department of Sociology. Emphases on mission-derived principles, including social justice and community-enhanced education, are central to departmental expectations.
Application Process: To apply, submit in electronic form one PDF file that contains a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and teaching philosophy/statement. Please include the names and contact information of three references in CV.
PLEASE NOTE: CV'S ARE REVIEWED ALL YEAR FOR ADJUNCT POSITIONS.
Adjunct faculty salaries at Manhattan College range from $3,695 to $4,062 per course and are commensurate with experience.
Manhattan College is a Lasallian Catholic institution dedicated to the treatment of all people with dignity and respect. We continuously strive to create an equitably inclusive environment free of discrimination and harassment, and a community that fosters a sense of belonging among all of its members.
Applicants from historically underrepresented segments of the population are encouraged to apply, as well as those attracted to a college with a Catholic identity. We are committed to a diverse campus community. AA/EO Employer M/F/D/V
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