Assistant Professor – Fixed Term, Asian Pacific American Studies Program, Michigan State University

Review begins February 28

The Asian Pacific American (APA) Studies Program and the Department of History at Michigan State University invites applications for a full-time, fixed-term Assistant Professor position. The initial appointment will be 3 years and it is renewable pending satisfactory performance review and in accordance with the UNTF contract for a long-term appointment. The position has 65% assignment in APA Studies Program and 35% in History. The assignment comprises teaching 2 courses for the APA Studies Program and 1 course for History annually. Additionally, a successful candidate will engage in programming and mentoring in the APA Studies Program including: recruiting students to the minor; working with other units and organizations to disseminate information about the minor; mentoring graduate student fellows and undergraduate program assistants; assisting the Director with programming events, initiatives, outreach, and publicity; grant writing. Teaching responsibilities include Introduction to Asian Pacific American Studies (3 credits; SSC293) course, APIDA Experiences in Business (1 credit; SSC391/MGT391), and an additional course listed under the APA Studies minor or an appropriate general education course that will be determined in consultation with the Chair of the Department of History.

Learn more about this opportunity here.