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The Department of Criminology at the University of South Florida invites applications for a Visiting Instructor to begin August 7, 2023. The position is a full-time 12-month position for one year with possibility for renewal. The teaching load will be four classes in Fall and Spring and two classes in the summer. First review of applications is March 17, 2023.
University of Maryland seeks a full-time lecturer. This position is expected to start the Fall 2023 semester. We seek a candidate who is an excellent teacher and will provide expert teaching support for the Criminology & Criminal Justice’s College Park campus. In addition to a teaching load of 4/4, additional responsibilities will include supervising independent studies, serving on departmental committees, participating in learning outcome assessments, and overall support to the undergraduate program.
Northeastern University seeks a Postdoctoral Research Associate and an Open Rank Teaching Professor for the College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH). The major responsibilities of the Postdoctoral Research Associate involve contributing to multiple ongoing projects that are shared across the two Institutes including ongoing research of bias motivated victimization in Latinx communities and research on interventions to protect against adverse childhood experiences. In addition to contributing to ongoing research, the position will allow a candidate to engage in independent research to advance scholarship in alignment with the work of CJR and IHESJR.
posted 02.23.2023 and 02.28.2023
Prairie View A&M University seek a Dean in the College of Juvenile Justice. As the chief administrative officer for the College, the Dean is responsible for leadership and
oversight of the College’s academic and research enterprise as well as leading the Texas Juvenile
Crime Prevention Center. The Dean leads the administration, development and direction of
academic programs, strategic planning, fundraising, and facility development. The College of
Juvenile Justice and the Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center are committed to excellence in
education, training, prevention and service.
The University at Albany, State University of New York, seeks an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in the School of Criminal Justice. The new hire will be a member of the UAlbany AI Institute. We are seeking candidates with expertise in computational social science that includes, but is not limited to, artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing, data visualization, text analytics, and advanced computational techniques applied to the study of crime and justice. We are also interested in candidates who complement the department's existing expertise in offender and prosecutorial decision-making, policing, community violence prevention, public opinion, cross-national research, and quantitative research methods.
The Criminology & Criminal Justice (CCJ) program at Saint Louis University invites applications for a non-tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Clinical Professor . The position begins August 2023. The successful applicant will assist the CCJ program in teaching and student mentorship. This position will involve teaching inperson classes offered on the St. Louis campus.
The Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice supports dissertation research and professional development of member institution doctoral students through an open call for funding proposals two times per academic year.
Funding applications for the Spring 2023 funding cycle have now closed as of March 27th. Please check back here in September for additional funding opportunities.
Click here to for more information and to see the Call for Proposals.
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