job: academic, Chicago, rivised.

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Thu Oct 20 13:29:13 CDT 2005

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From:     Susan Stall <s-stall1 at>

 Northeastern Illinois University: The Sociology Department invites
 applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor position.  We are
 particularly interested in candidates who can teach undergraduate
 courses in theory, stratification, and urban sociology.  The successful
 candidate should have an urban framework for research and teaching
 sociology classes that contributes to the Department's emphasis on
 public sociology.  The candidate should also demonstrate a community
 orientation and commitment with a view to enhancing and deepening debate
 about social trends and societal changes. The successful candidate may
 also be asked to participate in the NEIU First Year Experience program.
 Our Department has a close working relationship with the Women's
 Studies, Latino and Latin American Studies, and African and
 African-American Studies Programs at Northeastern.  Northeastern
 Illinois University is a comprehensive state university of 12,000
 commuter students located on a 67-acre campus in a residential
 neighborhood on the northwest side of Chicago.  Along with quality
 academic programming consistent with the University's mission of
 excellence and access, the University is known for support of the fine
 arts, global education opportunities for students, and leadership in
 teacher preparation and education. Northeastern is nationally recognized
 as having the most ethnically diverse student body in the Midwest.  Send
 letter of application, transcript, curriculum vitae with current e-mail
 address, statement of teaching philosophy and research plan or copies of
 published research if available, and three letters of reference (at
 least one addressing teaching effectiveness) to Dr. Susan Stall, Chair,
 Search & Screen Committee, email s-stall1 at Northeastern
 Illinois University, 5500 N. St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625-4699.
 Electronic submissions are welcome. Appointment begins August 2006.
 Additional information is available at  Review of
 applications begins December 1, 2005.  Women and minority candidates are
 especially encouraged to apply. AA/EOE.

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