The Department of Anthropology at Rollins College invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology. We seek applicants with a PhD in Medical Anthropology and extensive experience in public health or a terminal degree in public health. Geographical area of specialization is open.
Applicants must be able to teach courses for both the Anthropology Department and our Global Health Program. Candidates should be able to teach introductory courses in cultural and medical anthropology, global health, and public health; other possible courses might include epidemiology and elective courses related to their specialty, in addition to classes for Rollins’ general education program. We also seek applicants who share our commitment to community engagement and social justice.
Applicants must have PhD in hand by September 1, 2021. Teaching experience is preferred.
Founded in 1885, Rollins is an independent, comprehensive, liberal arts college. The campus, noted for its lakefront beauty and for its unique location, is set in the residential community of Winter Park, just 15 minutes from one of the nation's most dynamic urban centers, Orlando. Rollins enrolls approximately 3,200 students in diverse degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. Rollins ranks #1 or #2 annually among 128 Southern master's-level universities in the annual rankings of "America's Best Colleges," released by U.S. News & World Report. For additional information, please visit the College website at www.rollins.edu.
Instructions to Applicants:
To apply, please submit an application and upload the following materials:
All applications must be submitted by February 07, 2021.
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