Historically Underrepresented Dissertation Fellow – Anthropology
About SUNY Oneonta:
SUNY Oneonta is a comprehensive, public, liberal arts and sciences college with 6,000 students. The College is ranked as one of the 50 best regional universities in the North by U.S. News & World Report, has been one of Kiplinger’s magazine’s “100 Best Values in Public Colleges” for six years straight, has been named to the Princeton Review’s Guide to Green Colleges and the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll every year since their inception, and has been recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for excellence in community engagement.
The Department of Anthropology at SUNY Oneonta invites applications for a non-tenure track position as a Historically Underrepresented Dissertation Fellow (Visiting Assistant Professor) in cultural and medical anthropology beginning in August 2013. This is a temporary, two year appointment. The Anthropology Department is a four-field department with roughly 90 undergraduate majors, and has a strong reputation for significant achievements in teaching, scholarship, student mentoring, and student research. A recent external review characterized the Department as “one of the best undergraduate Anthropology programs in our country…, [and] a distinguishing characteristic of the SUCO Anthropology Department is the very high quality of its faculty.” To learn more about the College or the Department please visit www.oneonta.edu or www.oneonta.edu/academics/anthro/.
Duties include but not limited to: teaching two courses in each of the fall and spring semesters, including one section of Introduction to Cultural Anthropology each semester and Medical Anthropology at least one semester per year; completing their dissertation; mentoring students; becoming familiar with the service responsibilities of a university faculty member; participating fully in the life of the College and the community; and performing other duties as appropriate to the fellow’s interests and time commitments.
Required Qualifications: Eligible candidates must be members of a historically underrepresented group; in the late stages of completing a doctoral degree in anthropology, needing only to finish a dissertation or equivalent; have a specialization in medical anthropology; capable of teaching introductory cultural anthropology; and considering a college or university teaching career.
For other employment and regional opportunities, please visit our website at: www.oneonta.edu/employment.
SUNY Oneonta values a diverse college community. Please visit our website on diversity at: www.oneonta.edu/home/diversity.asp. Moreover, the College is an EEO/AA/ADA employer. Women, persons of color, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
To apply online go to: http://oneonta.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=38896. Upload cover letter that specifically addresses historical underrepresentation and ability to complete degree requirements in addition to teaching duties within the two year time frame (two pages maximum), Curriculum Vitae, statements of teaching philosophy (two pages maximum) and research interests (two pages maximum), and scanned copies of graduate transcripts (official transcripts required at time of appointment). Please have three professional references sent or e-mailed to: Dr. Sallie Han, Chair, Search Committee; Department of Anthropology; SUNY College at Oneonta; Oneonta, NY 13820; Sallie.Han@oneonta.edu. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Review of applications will begin immediately.
BOSTON UNIVERSITY Department of Anthropology is seeking a part-time Lecturer to teach a Spring 2014 Introduction to Medical Anthropology course. Renewal in future years is possible. Ph.D. preferred. Please direct inquiries and send CV and letter of application to Dr. Robert Weller, Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology, 232 Bay State Road, #105, Boston, MA 02215 or email@example.com. Office Phone: 617-353-2195.
Over the next one to two years, the Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) seeks to hire two anthropologists for tenure-track positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor level who will contribute theoretical and empirical innovation at the leading edge of the discipline. We invite applicants in any subfield(s) of anthropology and encourage applications from those whose work creatively bridges subfields. Our department is committed to building a more diverse faculty as it responds to the changing population and educational needs of California and the nation. We welcome candidates whose experience in teaching, research, or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.
The University of Virginia Center for Global Health invites applications for a new postdoctoral fellowship, due Mar 1, 2013. The WHIL Innovations Fellowship in Global Health is a joint collaboration with the University of Venda (South Africa) and aims to equip the next generation of scholars to conduct cross-disciplinary research and international collaboration in global health. We are particularly interested in attracting promising researchers from the humanities and social sciences to contribute their unique perspectives to the mission of the CGH and its collaborative programs in global health. Please visit our fellowship webpage and direct inquiries and applications to WHIL@virginia.edu.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Program Coordinator
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Program Manager
WORK SCHEDULE: To begin mid to late January 2013; Monday – Friday 9‐5pm (occasional overtime during implementation of activities)
SALARY: Mid 40s plus benefits
ABOUT HSHPS: Hispanic‐Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) is a 501(c)3 member based non‐profit organization that strives to improve the health of Hispanics through academic development, research initiatives, and training.
Established in 1996, HSHPS addresses the mounting public health issues of providing quality and culturally competent healthcare to Hispanics living in the United States. HSHPS collaborates with its members (20 medical schools and 8 schools of public health), government agencies, hospitals, and other organizations to provide an array of services to students, educators, professionals, researchers, and administrators which include: Graduate Fellowship Training Program; National Mentorship Program; Faculty Development Workshops; and Data and Research Workshops.
Are you interested in new research methods to increase our understanding of sex, gender and reproduction? Would you like further training that will help you beco me an independent researcher? This 2 year traineeship (assuming satisfactory performance) offers the opportunity to be immersed with colleagues (pre, postdoc and faculty) from human sexual and reproductive health, gender studies, animal behavior, endocrinology, and the evolution of development to ensure high quality and broad spectrum training. Access and interaction with faculty of different specializations is built into the training experience.
Funding is through an NIH T32 training grant, ‘Common Themes in Reproductive Diversity.
We offer broadly integrative training in the areas of sexuality, sexual behavior, reproduction and development, with attention given to a wide variety of species, including humans. We are especially inviting applicants interested in humans and who seek cross-disciplinary training that will enrich and deepen their work. A Ph.D. in psychology, anthropology, gender studies, biology, neuroscience, chemistry, or a related field is required. (more…)
The Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science invites applications for short-term Research Fellowships and nine-month Dissertation Writing Fellowships in the history of science, technology and medicine, broadly construed. The Center offers a vibrant, challenging and collegial community. Our fellows participate in many public and scholarly events, as well as informal reading and writing groups, held at the Center and throughout the region.
The Center is a consortium of educational and cultural institutions promoting scholarly and public understanding of the history of science, technology and medicine. Consortium institutions offer rich opportunities for research, with a combined total of more than 17 million scientific specimens, 20 million manuscript items, 2.5 million images, and rare books dating back to the 15th century.
Look on our website at www.pachs.net for further information, an online application form and a list of current and past fellows. The website also features: information about the fellowship programs of member institutions; descriptions of the distinctive collections in the museums, archives, and libraries of the consortium; and a consortium-wide search hub for rare books and manuscripts.
Applications for 2013-2014 must be submitted online by January 7, 2013. Applicants must submit: a Curriculum Vitae limited to two pages; an abstract limited to 150 words; and a project proposal, limited to 1,500 words, describing the research project and how it will advance scholarship in the history of science, technology or medicine. In addition, each applicant must ask two recognized scholars to submit letters of support through the same web site by January 14, 2013.
NRSA POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN HIV PREVENTION RESEARCH,Medical College of Wisconsin, Center for AIDS Intervention Research
For more information please contact Dr. Steven D. Pinkerton via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Open-rank tenure-track social scientist
UIC Department of Medical Education
The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Department of Medical
Education (DME) invites applications for an open-rank, tenure-track
faculty position; rank commensurate with experience. The ideal candidate
for this faculty position will be a junior or mid-career social scientist
(e.g. with a terminal degree in psychology, sociology, anthropology,
economics, organizational studies, etc.) seeking an academic career
studying and advancing Health Professions Education (HPE), with
demonstrated scholarship and teaching experience as well as a track
record of funding commensurate with experience. PhD, MD or EdD degree
This academic position carries responsibilities in research, teaching,
and service in medical or health professions education. Priority areas of
interest include the application of basic social science (e.g. psychology,
sociology, anthropology, economics, organizational studies) methods and
theories to advance our understanding of health professions education. The
individual in this position will collaborate with other DME and College
of Medicine faculty to conduct research and development activities. DME
faculty members are also expected to teach and advise graduate students
in the department’s graduate programs, namely the Master’s degree in
Health Professions Education (MHPE) and the Doctoral degree Program in
Curriculum Studies with a focus in HPE. Candidates should indicate their
specific field of expertise and their experience in teaching.
The ideal candidate for this faculty position will be a junior or
mid-career social scientist (e.g. with a terminal degree in psychology,
sociology, anthropology, economics, organizational studies, etc.) seeking
an academic career studying and advancing Health Professions Education
(HPE), with demonstrated scholarship and teaching experience as well as
a track record of funding commensurate with experience. PhD, MD or EdD
degree is required.
Apply online at https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=25687
by December 1, 2012 for fullest consideration.
For questions about the position, contact:
Professor Alan Schwartz, Search Committee Chair
UIC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Stetten Fellowship seeks to encourage postdoctoral historical research and publication about biomedicine funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) since 1945. The Fellowship provides scholars the opportunity to carry out their research in a preeminent biomedical research facility, and to engage with historians, physicians, administrators, scientists and social scientists on the campus of the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland. Stetten Fellows have access to the resources of the Office of History at the NIH, the collections of the Stetten Museum, the National Library of Medicine, NIH Library and historical materials in the various NIH Institutes and Centers relevant to their research projects. Fellows will conduct research on topics of their choice under the supervision of senior staff of the Office of History and assisted by contacts in the relevant Institutes and Centers.
Fellowships carry a stipend in the range of $45,000 per year and include health insurance and work space, computer and phone in the Office of History. Fellowships may be renewable to a maximum of 24 months, subject to satisfactory progress and the availability of funding. The Fellow will be expected to participate in historical activities on campus, including presentation of one or more seminars and lectures. For more information on current and past fellows and their projects see http://history.nih.gov/about/staff.html#stett.
Application Deadline: 31 December 2012
Instructions: Send the following materials via email to David Cantor (email@example.com).
1.Your full name and contact information.
2.Your research proposal and curriculum vitae (as attachments).
3.Names, addresses, and affiliations of two people who will write you reference letters.
For full details see: http://history.nih.gov/research/stetten.html
NOTE: Inform the two people who will write in support of your application that they may submit their letters initially via email to David Cantor (firstname.lastname@example.org), but that these letters must be received before the deadline, and that hard copies on institutional letterhead stationery must follow for your application to be considered.
All official transcripts must be submitted in hard copy. They should be sent to:
Stetten Fellowship Committee
Office of History
National Institutes of Health
1 Cloister Court
Building 60, Room 262
Bethesda, MD 20814-1460
For more general information about the Fellowship see: http://history.nih.gov/research/stetten_handbook.html