4.0971 Jobs (1/50)
Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Mon, 4 Feb 91 00:04:15 EST
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 4, No. 0971. Monday, 4 Feb 1991.
Date: Fri, 1 Feb 91 16:39 CST
Subject: POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Associate / Full Professor of U.S. History
St. Mary's University announces a tenure track appointment at the
rank of Associate or Full Professor, commencing 17 August 1991.
This is a replacement position. Salary is competitive, and
commensurate with the applicant's qualifications and experience.
Screening of applications will begin 15 March 1991, and continue
until the position is filled. Responsibilities include teaching
the equivalent of eight courses per academic year, student
advising, and the usual departmental and university
Ph.D., with specialization in U.S. History
Successful college / university teaching experience
Supportive of Catholic educational values and tradition
(Candidate need not be of the Catholic faith.)
Candidates should be able to be named Chair of the
Publication / research interests should demonstrate an
ability to teach and direct at introductory graduate
Application, including letter of inquiry, curriculum vitae, and
names of references, should be sent to:
Dr. Norbert Brockman, S.M.
Acting Chair, Department of History
St. Mary's University
One Camino Santa Maria
San Antonio, TX 78228-8546
St. Mary's University, established in 1852 by the Society of Mary
(Marianists) and directed by them, is the oldest Catholic univer-
sity in Texas. There are 4000 students in four Schools:
Humanities and Social Sciences; Science, Engineering, and
Technology; Law; and Business. The student body is co-ed and
multi-cultural, with a strong Hispanic presence. St. Mary's is
an equal opportunity employer, and women and minority applicants
are encouraged to apply.
The History Department teaches courses, including the U.S. survey
open to all students to meet core education requirements. There
are 46 history majors and a small M.A. program, served by three
FT faculty, and two PT. In addition, the endowed O'Connor Chair
maintains a distinguished research scholar in the history of the
Southwest Borderlands. An interdepartmental program in Interna-
tional Relations is administered by a member of the Department.