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15 December 2015

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My department is hiring! Are you or a student looking for a gig? Check us out!

Lecturer -Sociology; Non Tenure Track

The Department of Government and Sociology currently offers bachelors degrees in Criminal Justice, Political Science, and Sociology and masters degrees in Criminal Justice and Public Administration. The Department consists of 26 full time faculty and two professional staff members. In addition to serving students through its programs, the Department also focuses on expanding undergraduate research opportunities, community engagement and public policy inquiry. For more information about the department, visit http://www.gcsu.edu/gov/index.htm.

Georgia College is a member institution of the University System of Georgia and is the state’s designated public liberal arts university. A member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC), Georgia College enrolls approximately 6,600 undergraduate and graduate students and is prominently cited for educational excellence in a number of leading publications. The university’s beautiful and historic campus is located in Milledgeville, which was the 19th century capital of Georgia and is very near the geographic center of the state.

Georgia College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. We are committed to enhancing the diversity of the workforce, student body and curriculum. Candidates who share these commitments are encouraged to apply. Furthermore, the successful candidate must have an interest in teaching in a liberal arts setting and embrace a teacher/scholar model.

Primary Purpose of Position
Successful candidates will be expected to instruct our students in the discipline of sociology at the undergraduate level and will make extensive contributions to core instruction related to the introductory sociology course, in addition to a critical thinking course organized around social problems (Georgia College first year seminar) and other core offerings related to global issues and challenges (Georgia College second year seminar).
Successful candidates are expected to have:
1. understanding of the principles associated with teaching and learning.
3. strong communication skills and successful higher education teaching experience.
4. a developing research agenda.
5. demonstrable ability to work collegiality and effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds.

In keeping with the University’s mission we especially encourage applicants who will further our goal of cultural, ethnic, racial, and gender diversity.

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