Indiana State University, Department of Earth and Environmental Systems
February 27, 2018
Terre Haute, Indiana
Full Time - Faculty, Non-Tenure Track
Pre-Doctoral Fellow – Historically Underrepresented Department of Earth and Environmental Systems, Indiana State University
The Department of Earth and Environmental Systems (degree programs in: anthropology, environmental geoscience, geography and sustainability, and geology) invites nominations and applications for its unique pre-doctoral fellows program focused on the career launch of faculty from historically underrepresented backgrounds.
Fellow will be part of a campus cohort of three fellows receiving degree completion and teaching excellence support, as well as career mentorship. We seek candidates who are ABD with all terminal degree coursework completed who seek an academic career with a university where teaching quality is emphasized and multiple forms of scholarship encouraged. When appointments are well matched and the candidate desires to remain at the institution, it is intended for the position to be converted to a faculty line. For more information and to apply, please do so through this weblink.
Position open until filled. Material reviews to begin March 14, 2018 and ongoing as received. Anticipated visit to campus by all finalists on April 6, 2018 for a morning of engagement with other Fellow candidates and the campus community on career success themes followed that afternoon by department interviews.
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About Indiana State University, Department of Earth and Environmental Systems
Located in West Central Indiana, Terre Haute is conveniently accessible to Indianapolis and within three hours of Saint Louis and Chicago. Our city is a regional hub for commerce, arts, sports, cultural events, and medical services and features a children’s museum, farmer’s market, and the 2010 “Indiana Community of the Year” award. A vibrant downtown is adjacent to the University. Indiana State has more than 13,500 undergraduate and graduate students, a faculty numbering approximately 690, and a lower faculty-student ratio (1:21) than many of our peers. The University seeks faculty who value quality instruction, thrive in a collaborative environment of scholars, embrace experiential learning and community engagement, and integrates multicultural content into their pedagogy. The university offers more than 100 undergraduate and 75 graduate programs and majors within the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Health and Human Services, and Technology. Indiana State’s student body is the most diverse of all residential universities in Indiana and we strive toward inclusive excellence, for us meaning incorporating diversity, equity, equality, and inclusion into all aspects of program and operation.