I’m very excited that we are opening a search for a new addition to our full-time faculty, a senior scholar-practitioner whose background is within any aspect of global affairs and which ideally straddles both academe and practice. Details are below and we will start reviewing applications in November and hold the search open until we engage a suitable candidate.
CLINICAL PROFESSOR OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS
Center for Global Affairs
NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS)
The SCPS Center for Global Affairs at New York University is a hub for leading-edge, professionally-oriented education in international affairs. With a thriving Master of Science in Global Affairs program, a robust continuing and executive education initiative and a wide range of public events, its mission is to combine scholarship, professional experience and cutting-edge research to create a community of global citizens able to respond to the challenges and opportunities of the day, and tomorrow. Its program meets the highest academic standards but is also intensely practical, taught often by practitioners with substantive field experience in global affairs as well as academic expertise.
As part of its development, the Center is looking for an exceptional individual to join its faculty of scholar-practitioners in 2013. This is a 9-month, non-tenured, one-year renewable faculty appointment effective fall 2013. The successful candidate will have an advanced degree, doctorate preferred; an extensive and distinguished career in public service or other relevant fields, and a high profile as a global affairs policy-maker, executive, scholar or commentator. He or she will have a commitment to scholarship, teaching and mentoring students, and public outreach. We are global in outlook and welcome applicants from all countries and backgrounds, but would especially welcome candidates with a strong presence and network in Washington DC.
To apply for the position, go to
Submission Deadline: The search committee will begin reviewing applications on November 5, 2012; the position will remain open until filled. NYU appreciates all applications but can only respond to qualified candidates.
NYU encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.