The University of Baltimore is advertising a position in its School of Public and International Affairs for a tenure track assistant professor.
Candidates for this position must hold a Ph.D. at the time of appointment in the Conflict Management field, broadly construed to include conflict analysis and resolution, conflict management, conflict transformation, peace and conflict studies, peacekeeping operations, peace education, or a similar course of study. Applicants with degrees in related fields of study appropriate to the Conflict Management discipline (e.g. political science, international relations, public administration, public policy, and allied social science disciplines) with expertise in the above-mentioned areas are also encouraged to apply. Diverse methodological and regional areas of expertise, both domestic and international, will be considered. Candidates should have a record of scholarly activities appropriate to the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track) and demonstrate the potential for quality university instruction and service to the profession and the university. Candidates who are A.B.D. will be considered pending successful completion of their dissertation defense by August 15, 2017.
The successful candidate will be joining the well-established graduate program in Negotiations and Conflict Management (CNCM), an applied, cross-disciplinary Masters of Science program in the School of Public and International Affairs. The CNCM program is designed to expose students to conflict management in a variety of settings from the interpersonal to the international. The program’s 42-credit curriculum is delivered through a series of applied courses that enable students to examine the link between conflict management theory and practice and prepares them for post-graduate success in a variety of settings in which conflict management skills are necessary.
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