Teaching jobs at the University of North Texas at Dallas
Position: Assistant Professor of Public Leadership under the Faculty of Liberal Arts
The University of North Texas (UNT) is a public research university in Denton, Texas. Eleven colleges, two schools, an early admissions math and science academy for exceptional high-school-age students from across the state, and a library system comprise the university core. Following, it has core researches conducts on about 38 doctoral degree programs. However, the student-faculty ratio at UNT is 23:1, and 28.8 percent of its classes consist of fewer than 20 students. In overall, the most popular majors include business, management, marketing, communication, journalism, English, multi/interdisciplinary studies, and visual and performing arts.
Roles and responsibilities
Responsibilities of the position holder include, but are not limited to:
- Teaching four graduate courses per semester.
- Engaging students in learning inside and outside the classroom including service learning or experiential learning, Capstone projects, and active research.
- Coordinating opportunities for students with community partners.
- Participating in activities such as student recruitment, program assessment, program development
- Conducting research in the field of public leadership, public administration, nonprofit organizations, or public policy.
In order to be eligible for the position of Assistant Professor of Public Leadership at the University of North Texas at Dallas, the candidate must have
- Ph.D. in Public Administration, Public Affairs, Public Policy, or closely related field from a university accredited by SACS or equivalent accrediting body
- Evidence or demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching.
- Similarly, experience in teaching a range of public administration/nonprofit courses, such as leading and managing public organizations, managing financial resources, data analytics and research methods, intergovernmental relations & management, performance measurement & management, nonprofit leadership & management.
- Experience in developing collaborative community partnership as well as the demonstrated potential for excellence in scholarship and service.
- Demonstrated effective written, verbal, and team-building communication skills.
- In addition to that, established research agenda or record of scholarly publications.