Indiana University’s School of Informatics and Computing (SoIC) is committed to increasing diversity of the computing talent pool. This commitment is driving positive results both in and outside the classroom and we strive to be a national role model in this arena. We invite a computing educator to join our team to focus on outreach efforts that will help us grow interest in our majors to feed a high demand and diverse workforce.
We invite you to apply if you are interested in:
Qualifications: MS or MEd is required in computing related discipline, or relevant teaching experience in high school or university level, with sound knowledge and use of successful ways to teach computing-related topics; excellent oral and written communication, program planning and facilitation skills; program evaluation; excellent organizational skills; marketing and grant writing skills desirable.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Rank: Academic Specialist
Appointment Type: Twelve-month non-tenure track position; Renewable three-year appointment within a probationary period not to exceed six years. Decision for a long-term contract will be made in sixth year, assuming positive annual reviews and reappointment decisions based on satisfactory performance and programmatic needs. Under supervision of the Assistant Dean for Diversity and Education, office space with the SOIC lecturers.
Apply Online at: http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/1552
For Best Consideration Apply By Date: July 1, 2015
Expected Start Date for the position: August 2015
Special Instructions: A complete application consists of a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references. An email message with instructions about uploading letters of reference will be sent automatically to each of your reference providers immediately after you submit your completed application. Questions regarding the position or application process may be sent to Maureen Biggers at firstname.lastname@example.org, or School of Informatics and Computing, 919 E 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47408.
Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status.
Every year, The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans supports thirty New Americans, immigrants or the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate school in the United States. Full eligibility requirements can be found here.
Each Fellowship supports up to two years of graduate study – in any field and in any advanced degree-granting program – in the United States. Please note that the Fellowship does not cover tuition for executive programs, accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s programs, or online degrees. Each award is for up to $25,000 in stipend support (not to exceed $35,000), as well as 50 percent of required tuition and fees, up to $20,000 per year, for two years. New Fellows join a strong community of current and past Fellows who all share the New American experience.
The application deadline is November 1, 2015 at 11:59 pm EST.
Vanderbilt University and Syriaca.org invite applications for the open position of Visiting Research Assistant Professor in Syriac Studies and Digital Humanities. The term of appointment is one full year, beginning in fall 2015, with the possibility of renewal for one further year.
The Visiting Research Assistant Professor will work full time under the direction of Prof. David Michelson on the publications of Syriaca.org: The Syriac Reference Portal (http://syriaca.org/), a digital reference project sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The researcher will be affiliated with an academic unit at Vanderbilt University depending on expertise (Classics,Divinity, History, Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies, Religion, etc.). The scholar will also be invited to take an active role in the life of Vanderbilt’s Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, including its Digital Humanities seminar.
The person hired for this position will be a specialist in Syriac studies with strong linguistic skills (ancient and modern) and considerable experience working with Syriac texts, both editions and manuscripts. There will be a strong preference for a candidate who has experience with digital humanities, especially TEI XML, but additional training in digital technology specific to the project will be provided as needed.
The researcher will be a contributing author to SPEAR (Syriac Persons, Events, and Relations), the New Handbook of Syriac Literature, Gateway to the Syriac Saints, and other Syriaca.org publications as needed. The researcher will collect and interpret data in Syriac and other languages, contribute to evolving data models, test user interfaces and XForms, collaborate with other project researchers, and perform additional project duties as needed.
Term of Appointment
The term of appointment is one full year, beginning in fall 2015, with the possibility of renewal for one further year. Applicants are expected to be in residence for the duration of the appointment.
How to Apply
Applications should be submitted online at: https://vanderbilt.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=1504387&lang=en
A complete application will include the following materials:
1. A cover letter indicating applicant’s qualifications in Syriac studies and, if applicable, digital humanities;
2. A current curriculum vitae;
3. A scholarly publication, dissertation chapter, or digital project representing the applicant’s scholarly achievement or potential (these should be uploaded as attachments in the section marked “Resume and Cover Letter”);
4. Contact information for three referees.
The committee will begin review of applications immediately, with priority given to those applications received by May 22. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The Candidate must have previous research experience in Syriac studies, particularly Syriac literature. Reading ability in classical Syriac and at least one other ancient or medieval language as well as relevant modern languages is required. Candidate must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent by January 1, 2016.
We welcome candidates with an interest in digital research methods, such as the use of TEI XML. Ideal candidates should have additional expertise in one or more fields contiguous to Syriac studies, such as Jewish studies, Islamic studies, Middle Eastern or Mediterranean history, Byzantine studies, history of Christianity, Classics, or medieval history.
Vanderbilt University is committed to principles of equal opportunity and affirmative action.
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Greetings! If you know of someone looking for a part-time position in the PA/MD/DC area, please pass along our ad. Thanks! The Department of German Studies at Gettysburg College seeks an adjunct language instructor for the academic year 2015-2016. The instructor will teach two German language courses in the fall and two German language courses in the spring. The candidate must have native or near-native command of German and English, successful teaching experience, and at least a Masters degree (ABD or PhD preferred). The department has an ongoing need for a qualified adjunct. Gettysburg College, an equal opportunity employer, complies with all applicable federal, state, local laws and regulations regarding nondiscrimination. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and admission. The College prohibits discrimination and harassment, and provides equal opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital/familial status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate (GED) as compared to a high school diploma, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, sex, age, or genetic information in all aspects of employment, educational programs, activities, and admissions. Pursuant to Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, Gettysburg College prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (i.e., sexual misconduct and relationship violence, including sexual assault and harassment) in all of its educational programs and activities. Please submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation to Laurel Cohen, Chair; Department of German Studies at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
DEPARTMENT OF NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
GOODBODY HALL ROOM 219
GRADUATE WORKSTUDY POSITION
The Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures is seeking a graduate student with superior computer skills whose job description includes preparing/editing the Department’s annual lectures, Departmental Newsletter, and sending out materials to our Alumni list. This candidate must also be able to assist in constructing, editing, and updating the Departmental website. The right candidate for this position must be willing to work as a team member. Qualifications required but not limited to:
- Excellent writing and editing skills are required
- Strong working knowledge of Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook and Microsoft Publisher
- Strong working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver
- Responsible for management of all matters connected with the two annual NELC lectures, including preparing programs and invitations, promoting the events, assisting with the receptions, maintaining our Alumni/Donor list
- Assistance in obtaining manuscripts of papers from lectures, and editing and preparing for publication
- Design and preparation of NELC newsletter
- Performance of various Departmental duties as needed, including (but not limited to) photocopying, handling sensitive correspondence, sorting/retrieving mail, answering phones, basic office reception services
- The Work Study position requires 15 hours per week
- Includes fee remission and stipend
Applicants should submit a cover letter and C.V. to the following:
Connie Sue May / Departmental Coordinator
NELC GWS Applications 2015-2016
Goodbody Hall Room 214
1011 East Third Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
OR E-MAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS: email@example.com
- NO PHONE CALLS
Preference in hiring is given to graduate students in related area/study and/or familiarity in a language of the area and publishing experience. College of Arts and Sciences graduate students only.
- All applicants must complete the FAFSA and be deemed eligible to receive Federal Graduate Work Study Assistance. Please contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance, Franklin Hall 208 (812-855-6854) for information.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2015
CORNELL COLLEGE—PART-TIME SABBATICAL VACANCY
The Department of History at Cornell College invites applications for a part-time position for a specialist in medieval and early modern history for the coming academic year (2015-16). The successful applicant will teach two courses, a lower-level survey course, HIS 101 Europe: 800-1300, and an upper-level seminar, HIS 331, on a specialized topic of his or her choosing. Cornell College operates on the one-course-at-a-time academic calendar: students take and faculty teach only one course during each three and half week term, meeting five days a week. This means that the successful candidate would only be required to be on campus during the two consecutive terms 5 and 6, for which the courses have been scheduled, from March 14 to April 6 and from April 11 to May 4 of 2016. Course enrollment is capped at 25 students. Cornell College is a small residential liberal arts college in Mount Vernon, Iowa (about 25 minutes’ drive from Iowa City).
We will consider both doctoral and ABD candidates. Formal review of applications will begin June 1, 2015. Interviews with finalists will be conducted via Skype. Those interested should e-mail or send a cover letter, C.V., and/or dossier with two references to:
Professor Catherine A. Stewart, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chair, Department of History
600 First Street S.W.
Mount Vernon, Iowa 52314
University College London, London, 01.09.2015-31.08.2016 Postdoctoral opportunities at UCL, "Economics in the Public Sphere" in UK/Argentina; Ref:1458983; Salary (inclusive of London allowance) £33,353-£40,313 per annum. Duties and Responsibilities UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies seeks to appoint 2 Postdoctoral Research Associates as part of a European Research Council funded project, "Economics in the Public Sphere: USA, UK, France, Brazil and Argentina since 1945". "Economics in the public sphere" examines the social and cultural factors shaping the media's representation of economic knowledge. It sets out to study newsrooms as sites for the production of knowledge. From this vantage point we examine how journalists' parse competing claims of expertise by scholars, political elites and social movements. We look at the formation of journalistic genres and interrogate how they frame representations of the economy, of value, and of economic reason. The postholders will contribute to the overall project objectives, and will undertake specialised research on the national economic press since 1945 for one national case study, to be assigned by the project director. The two case studies are United Kingdom and Argentina. The postholders will be expected to define a research agenda within the broad framework of the project's central questions. The posts are available for 12 months in the first instance, with an expected start date of no later than 1st September 2015. Key Requirements A PhD in an appropriate field, such as economic and cultural sociology, sociology of knowledge, political and social history, Latin American studies is required. Completion is required prior to the start of contract. Candidates experienced in certain research methods (such as oral history, ethnographic observation, content and textual analysis of media) will be preferred. Project page at www.ucl.ac.uk/sts/econpublic Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Tiago Mata (Email: email@example.com)
Freie Universität Berlin, GEAS, Berlin, 01.07.2015-31.12.2017 Bewerbungsschluss: 31.05.2015 The GEAS will admit 1 doctoral candidate (fellowships) beginning July/August 2015, whose dissertation project focuses on East Asian Security The doctoral candidates will work closely with GEAS Einstein Visiting Fellow Professor Richard Samuels (MIT), the Working Group and GEAS faculty. We offer PhD stipends of EUR 1365 EUR/month (plus 103 EUR/m research allowance). Fellowships will initially be granted for one year, and contingent upon a positive evaluation after each year of study, fellowships will be extended for another year. The fellowship may be granted for a maximum of three years. Doctoral dissertations at GEAS (EVF Working Group) are expected to analyze the institutional environment of security in the East Asian region (China, Japan and/or Korea). Successful applicants will have an above average master's degree in either area studies (Chinese Studies, Japanese Studies, Korean Studies) or a relevant discipline (Political Science, International Relations, Security Studies, Economics, Law, History, Environmental Policy) with a focus on East Asia. The language of instruction is English. Successful candidates will also show proof of language skills in an East Asian Language (Chinese, Japanese, or Korean) at a level of B2 (CEFR) or higher. The list of necessary documents for applications includes: - CV/Resume - Letter of academic interest - brief outline of the prospective dissertation topic (maximum 6 pages) - time schedule for the dissertation - High School diploma - BA transcripts and official BA diploma/certificate - MA transcripts and official MA diploma/certificate (MA degree must be in hand by July 1st, 2015) - Certificate of English language proficiency (C1) - Certificate of East Asian language proficiency (B2) - names and contact details of two references who can speak for candidates' qualifications Applications should be sent in one pdf file to firstname.lastname@example.org Application deadline is 31 May 2015. Screening will begin soon afterwards. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed (via Skype) in early March. For questions on admission and additional information, please check our website at http://www.geas.fu-berlin.de or the general Admission FAQ and feel free to contact us at email@example.com No legal entitlement shall be constituted by applying to the program. Reasons for rejections will not be disclosed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Gengenbach GEAS, Hittorfstr. 18, 14195 Berlin firstname.lastname@example.org Homepage <http://www.geas.fu-berlin.de>
The Society of Indiana Pioneers annually awards Society of Indiana Pioneers Fellowships to support research in the field of pioneer Indiana history for the master’s thesis and the doctoral dissertation. The Society of Indiana Pioneers was founded in 1916, during the centennial celebration of Indiana’s statehood, “to honor the memory and the work of the pioneers of Indiana.” Membership includes individuals who have an ancestor who settled in an Indiana county during the pioneer period (generally defined as before 1840, with some exceptions) and people who have an interest in this period of Hoosier history. To fulfill its mission, the Society maintains a significant genealogical database culled from its membership records, sponsors annual spring and fall “pilgrimages” to historical sites within the state, and partners with other history-related organizations.
There will be two $1,000 fellowships awarded annually, one to support research for a master’s thesis in the pioneer period of Indiana history and another for doctoral dissertation research. For the purposes of the fellowship program, the pioneer period of Indiana is defined as pre-1850. Only students at graduate institutions in Indiana are eligible for these fellowships.
THE SOCIETY OF INDIANA PIONEERS
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Indiana pilincer histury (prc-1850). one lo support” mastet·’s thesis and th~ other to support the
There is no application form . .i\.pplicatlons consisting of the following materials
should be mailed by May 1_5. 2015, ro:
William A. Rhodchaml., Chair
S<Jciety of lndfana Pioneers Fellowship Committee
Society of lndfana Pioneers
140 North Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2207
1. Cover ~heet. with the following infonn..’tl:ion: name, mailing addre~s, telephone
an<l fa~ uumber.s, e-mail address, present rank an<l i.t1slitution name, and title
of master’s thesis or doctoral dissettation.
2. Please send a description of your 1ru~~tcr’s thesis or doctoral dissertllrion (no
longer than two single-spaced pages)
3. A resume of no more than three pages.
4. ‘lluce lcners of recommendation from people familiar “‘;;h your w()rk. ‘lhc
rcconunc.mhuio.os must include the profrssor. directing your resc11rch aad the
ckpartmc.at cb!lir. ;\ pplicants are re;;ponsil>lc for contacting all persons
5. Expectations of the recipieat a.) research supported by the fcllo-wship should
be donC’. between summer 2013 and summer 2016; b.) a one-page <lcscripLion
of the specific research supponed by the fellowship should be senr tt> the
Society at the end of rhe fellowship period (this will he included in the
Society’s 11naual Yearbook as information for the membership); c.) a copy of
the final m:tstcr’s thesis or doctoral dissertJttion should be deposited with the
Society; and d.) attend the a.iuiual meeting of the Society of Jndiana Pioneers
in Indianapolis in Novemh~r m ;;pe11k briefly about your rcseru:ch.