The GVSU Anthropology Department invites applications for a non-tenure track, visiting faculty position beginning in the fall semester 2017. The Department teaches a four-field undergraduate curriculum, and a successful candidate will have teaching experience in archaeology and one other subfield of anthropology and will be expected teach primarily introductory 200 level general education courses, and possibly upper level courses. Classes may include Origins of Civilization, Introduction to Archaeological Methods and Human Origins. Geographic area is open.
More information is available at www.gvsu.edu/anthropology/.
Salary: competitive by qualifications with comprehensive benefits package.
Application Deadline: June 5, 2017
How To Apply: Apply online at http://jobs.gvsu.edu/cw/en-us/job/492567 and click “Apply now”. Include a cover letter (including qualifications, experience, and teaching philosophy), curriculum vitae with three references listed, teaching evaluations from the past three years, and copies of transcripts. The online system will allow candidates to electronically attach these documents. If you need assistance or have questions about the application process, call the Human Resources Office at 616-331-2215.
Candidates should be ABD or have a PH.D. in hand. The position is renewable yearly, for up to three years. Candidates must be committed to the goals of university general education.
About Anthropology Department Grand Valley State University
About Grand Valley State University: Grand Valley State University is a public, comprehensive university of 25,000 students that values excellence in teaching supported by active scholarship and community service. The Anthropology Department offers BA and BS degrees in Anthropology with ethnographic and archaeological field schools. The department consists of 10 tenure track faculty members, 1 aff...iliate faculty member, 103 majors, and 52 minors. The Anthropology Department also contributes to an interdepartmental minor program in Archaeology.