Assistant Professor (Inequality & Methods), University of Dayton

Assistant Professor (social inequality and methods), University of Dayton

THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in sociology beginning August 16, 2018. We are seeking a candidate who has completed all coursework and data collection for a Ph.D. in Sociology at the time of application. Candidates must be able to articulate a research agenda that demonstrates a commitment to social justice and who has the ability to teach at the undergraduate level quantitative and qualitative research methods, data analysis, and social inequality and must have a research focus in one of the following areas of social inequality within the areas of medical sociology or environmental sociology. Candidates must also be interested in working within interdisciplinary collaborations. A fuller description of the position and qualifications and to apply, please go to https://jobs.udayton.edu/postings/23467. Applications are due by September 15, 2017.

The successful candidate will contribute to UD’s Common Academic Program and interdisciplinary collaborations of the department (cf. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhmesfx77kY).

The University of Dayton, founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary, is a top ten Catholic research university. The University seeks outstanding, diverse faculty and staff who value its mission and share its commitment to academic excellence in teaching, research and artistic creativity, the development of the whole person, and leadership and service in the local and global community.

To attain its Catholic and Marianist mission, the University is committed to the principles of diversity, inclusion and affirmative action and to equal opportunity policies and practices. As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer we will not discriminate against minorities, females, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, or on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.