Political Science: Instructor/Visiting Assistant Professor with research and teaching interests in the nonprofit sector for the 17/18 Academic Year to teach Introduction to American Government and other courses on the nonprofit sector and policy delivery, and nonprofit leadership and management.
Require: PhD at the time of appointment in Political Science or a related field (for appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor); ABD (for appointment as Instructor); teaching experience in some of the courses to be taught.
Miami University will not sponsor for H1B work authorization for the 2017-18 year.
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