University of South Carolina Upstate — Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

University of South Carolina Upstate

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
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The University of South Carolina Upstate is a positive, diverse, and empowering institution for motivated, success-minded students who want to be challenged academically, supported personally, and pushed to the boundaries of their potential in an opportunity-rich environment. Because the University of South Carolina Upstate is proud of its student body, we seek to attract a diverse applicant pool.

Job Description: Faculty position to teach on the Spartanburg and/or Greenville campus.

USC Upstate is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice to begin on August 16, 2020. The duties include: teaching a minimum of four courses per major semester, maintaining an active research agenda, and engaging in departmental and campus-wide service-related activities, including advising Criminal Justice majors. A strong commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and advising, along with scholarly activity and service, is expected.

Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must have PhD in Criminal Justice or a closely-related field. ABD candidates with planned completion dates before 8/15/2020 may also be considered. A successful background check is required.

Preferred Qualifications: Preference will be given to candidates who have the ability to teach a wide range of Criminal Justice courses. Substantive areas open, with preference for crime analysis, courts, policing, and/or ethics. Willingness to develop and teach courses online is desirable.

Applicant Instructions: For a complete job description and to apply, go to: www.uscupstate.edu/jobs

Contact information:
Dr. Reid C. Toth
Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, & Women’s Studies
University of South Carolina Upstate
800 University Way, Spartanburg, SC 29303
Email: rtoth@uscupstate.edu
Phone: 864-503-5614

The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, sex, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genetics, veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions.

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