One year visiting lecturer, academic year 2013-2014, fully benefitted, in
Gender and Women’s Studies in subfield of Women’s Public Health and Public
Policy at the University of Wyoming. Expertise should be in women’s/girls’
health issues in public health and policy and/or sexual/reproductive health.
The preferred candidate will hold a Ph.D. with graduate credentials in
Gender/Women’s Studies but exceptional ABDs with firm completion dates are
welcome to apply. Preference will be given to candidates with teaching
experience. Teach courses in women’s public health and public policy.
Teaching load will include courses such as Feminist Theories ; Gender, Women
and Health ; and electives in the candidate’s area(s) of specialization at
the undergraduate and, possibly, graduate level. 2-2 teaching load with
possibility of additional teaching in summer months. Please send a current
curriculum vitae, writing sample, student evaluations of teaching, list of
three references, and sample syllabi to Dr. Colleen Denney, Director and
Professor, Gender and Women’s Studies Program, 100 Ross Hall, 1000 E.
University Ave., University of Wyoming, Laramie WY 82071-4297. Deadline :
Jan. 30th, 2013.
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