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Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Department of Philosophy, Salve Regina University
|Job category||Faculty (junior) / Tenure-track|
|AOS||Metaphysics and/or epistemology|
Metaphysics and Epistemology
|AOC||Should also include ethics, logic, and medieval philosophy|
Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy
|Location||Newport, Rhode Island, United States|
|Application deadline||Friday, November 30 2012 (local time)|
|Start date||January 1, 2013 or possibly September 1, 2013|
Salve Regina University, ranked among the best institutions of higher education in the United States by U.S. News & World Report, is seeking applicants for faculty positions for September 2013. A Catholic Liberal Arts University founded by the Sisters of Mercy and located in scenic Newport, Rhode Island, Salve Regina offers challenging academic programs in a highly supportive environment and an innovative core curriculum that provides students with a solid foundation and broad perspective. The historic, 75-acre campus enrolls approximately 2,500 men and women and offers associate, baccalaureate, and master's degrees, the Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study, and the Ph.D. in Humanities. Its mission stresses preparation for responsible citizenship through the pursuit of wisdom and the promotion of universal justice.
Desired area of specialization: metaphysics and/or epistemology. Areas of competence should also include ethics, logic, and medieval philosophy. The candidate should be well grounded in Western philosophy, the Catholic intellectual tradition, and have the ability to teach in a non-western area. Expertise in Asian philosophy is particularly desired. Commitment to and demonstrated success in undergraduate teaching and scholarship is required. A record of publication will be an asset. Support for the University’s Catholic mission is expected. There may be opportunities to teach courses in the University’s new Global Studies major, Pell Honors Program, and summer study abroad. The applicant should be willing to advise undergraduate students, serve on various university committees, and contribute to student learning assessment.
|Time created||Wednesday, September 26 2012, 6:34pm|
|Last updated||Wednesday, October 24 2012, 6:54pm|
|Web address for more information||http://salve.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails...|