||Director of Hmong Studies
||Assistant or Associate Professor
|Terms of Employment:
||Tenure Track (Assistant Professor) or Tenure Possible Upon Appointment (Associate Professor)
The College of Letters and Science at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh invites applications for an Assistant Professor (tenure track) or Associate Professor (tenure possible upon appointment) of Hmong Studies. The position is open to qualified candidates with a PhD in Hmong Studies, Southeast Asian Studies, Asian Studies, Ethnic Studies, or other related disciplines. We are searching for an individual who will develop and support our Hmong Studies Program through campus leadership, curricular development, scholarship, outreach/recruitment, and student mentorship. Responsibilities include acting as Director of the Hmong Studies Program, including developing a Hmong Studies Certificate with the aim to develop a minor or major, developing and teaching relevant courses, maintaining a productive research agenda relevant to Hmong Studies, advising and mentoring students, conducting appropriate service activities at Department, College, University, community, and professional levels, and assisting with community engagement. The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is dedicated to creating a campus culture founded on four shared elements: Inclusive Excellence, Sustainability, Liberal Education, and Shared Governance. We have earned national recognition both for our efforts in sustainability and creation of the University Studies Program (general education). UW Oshkosh invests in increasing the success and persistence of our underrepresented students.
Developing and supporting the Hmong Studies Program, including a certificate with an aim to develop a major a minor; developing and teaching relevant courses; maintaining an active and productive research agenda related to Hmong Studies; advising and mentoring students and working collaboratively with other campus units to serve students; conducting appropriate service activities at Department, College, University, community and professional levels; and assisting with engagement with the broader community.
- PhD in Hmong Studies, Southeast Asian Studies, Asian Studies, Ethnic Studies, or other related disciplines required. ABDs with the expectation of PhD completion within one year of start date may apply.
- Some teaching experience
- Active and productive research agenda related to Hmong Studies
- Experience mentoring and advising undergraduate students, especially those typically underrepresented on college campuses
- Language skills in Hmong or understanding of Hmong language
- Some administrative skills
Applicants must submit the following documents using the online application:
- Cover letter addressing how you meet the requirements of the position, including brief statements on teaching philosophy/approach and research
- Contact information for three professional references who may be contacted for letters of recommendation
- Undergraduate and graduate transcripts (official or copy)
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