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  • NewYorkUniOC

    The Gallatin School of Individualized Study, a small, experimental college within New York University, gives students the opportunity to design a program of study tailored to their own needs and interests. When students choose Gallatin, they take on the exciting challenge of creating their own curriculum and unique plan for learning. They pursue their individual interests from a personal perspective by taking courses in the various schools of New York University, engaging in self-directed education through independent studies and participating in experiential learning through internships at New York City's countless institutions, businesses and arts organizations.

    Position Summary: Counsel approximately 400 Gallatin students including first…

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    It's a fact; embrace it.

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    Full/Part Time: Full-Time
    Regular/Temporary: Temporary - Time Limited



    Teaching and research

    Job Functions:

    1.  Advise students and serve on graduate committees.  E/15%
    2.  Teach graduate courses. E/50%
    3.  Seek extramural funding through grants and contracts. E/15%
    4.  Prepare manuscripts for peer reviewed journals.  E/15%
    5.  Serve on departmental, college, and university committees. E/5%

    Ph.D. in a relevant social science discipline (e.g. Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Family Studies, Community Development, Human Development), a record of scholarly activity and publication, experience teaching and advising graduate students and experience in conducting social science research.


    Advanced d…

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    Department Sociology, Social Work & Anthropology (SSW&A)

    Position Summary

    The Anthropology Program in the Department of Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology at Utah State University invites applications for a 9 month, tenure-track position in Archaeology at the Assistant Professor level. Areas of interest should complement those of the current faculty and might include (but are not limited to) ethnoarchaeology, historic archaeology, lithics, and/or paleoethnobotany. Applicants with a record of research in an explicitly scientific paradigm such as Human Behavioral Ecology, and a research record in the archaeology of the western United States are encouraged to apply. We seek a broadly trained, anthropological archaeologist interested in and …

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  • IdahoSUOC

    Assistant Professor

    August 18, 2014 by IdahoSUOC

    The Psychology Department at Idaho State University invites applications for two tenure-track positions in Psychology at the Assistant Professor level beginning August 2015.


    Clinical: The clinical position requires a Ph.D. from an APA accredited clinical psychology program. Clinical and research expertise focusing on children/adolescents and/or areas complementary to existing faculty preferred. Candidates should also have interest in teaching ethics and/or assessment courses and be license eligible in Idaho.


    Experimental: Applicants with expertise in cognitive psychology or sensation and perception preferred. Candidates should also have interest in teaching statistics and/or research methods. All applicants should have strong research schol…

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  • IdahoSUOC

    The Psychology Department at Idaho State University invites applications for an open rank tenure-track faculty and Clinical Training Director position beginning August 2015.


    The position requires a Ph.D. from an APA accredited clinical psychology program, previous teaching and clinical supervision experience, and clinical and research expertise in areas complementary to existing faculty.


    The successful candidate will direct the clinical Ph.D. program, establish a research program, mentor graduate student research and clinical training, instruct courses (reduced load), and attain Idaho licensure.


    Idaho State University offers a BS in psychology, a Ph.D. in general experimental psychology, and an APA accredited Ph.D. in clinical psychology (…

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  • SASAcademic

    Institute for Shipboard Education/Semester at Sea

    Communications Professor

    Spring 2015 Voyage

    Position Description

    The Institute for Shipboard Education (ISE) is a 501c3 nonprofit based in Charlottesville, Virginia that administers the Semester at Sea study abroad program in conjunction with the University of Virginia as well as Enrichment Voyages, a Lifelong Learning Program, and the Forum on Global Engagement. The mission of ISE is to educate individuals with the global understanding necessary to address the challenges of our interdependent world. Semester at Sea is an experiential global education program focused on the comparative study of civilizations and societies. Since 1963, more than 55,000 individuals from 1,700 institutions have tr…

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  • Astrove

    DOAKS Fellowships

    September 25, 2013 by Astrove

    I have issues with the way Dumbarton Oaks fellowships are distributed. For the last 1, 5 I have conducted an independant research regarding this issue and have discovered that for many years these fellowships are distributed to American scholars predominatly. Even though they are advertised as highly competative fellowships offered to students all over the world, this advertising is misleading. People who have been given fellowships are almost 90% from American Universities. Also, there are instances when these fellowships are given to people from same universities (few years in a row), to students supervised by a same person. Most of these applicants are not widely published autors, some of them only have 1-2 publications. Knowledge of la…

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  • Sarah Tuohey

    I have started a blog on Google Blogger with a searchable, categorized list of graduate fellowships, postdocs, research associateships, and VAPs for academics working in the areas of gender and/or sexuality studies. Please see -- Sarah Tuohey, Student Affairs Administrator at the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at the University of Chicago.

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  • Dopp

    Hi, I'm a member of Wikia's Community Support Team!

    Over the next few weeks, we'll be conducting an experiment on this wiki to evaluate a new way of serving advertisements. During this time, text link ads from Google will appear on article pages in additional areas. These ads are meant to be highly targeted and relevant to the content on the page, and we're testing to see if they're better than our current system.

    As usual, these ads will NOT display to registered users. Your regular contributors can avoid all ads just by staying logged in. Note that this is also tempoary: we will turn these experimental ads off as soon as we collect enough data to assess their effectiveness (we estimate a total of 2-4 weeks).

    Please leave a message below or…

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  • Anglophilebg

    I'm just curious about how community colleges tend to view PhDs. Does anyone think (or better, know) that community colleges give preference to MAs? 4/21/10

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  • Pvg3

    I am supportive, he works hard and just got his Ph.D. this semester from a top ten school.  It took ten years and this is year three on the job market and according to his committee he has a strong dissertation.  What does that all mean though if he doesn't even get one MLA interview this year?  What the heck do you do if you spent 10 years pursuing something that may not support your family?  We don't talk about it at home anymore but the air is thick and I sometimes don't want to go home anymore.  Any words of wisdom and encouragement appreciated.

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