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PT Lecturer – MS in Global Studies (GST 6101 – Global Literacy, Culture and Communication)

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Posting Details

Position Information

Position Title PT Lecturer – MS in Global Studies (GST 6101 – Global Literacy, Culture and Communication)
Requisition Number PTFR000217
Division/College College of Professional Studies
Interdisciplinary Division/College
Location Boston Main Campus
Full-Time/Part-Time Part Time
Benefits Eligible
Posting Date 07/19/2017
Responsibilities

Northeastern University is a global, experiential and leading research university, built on a tradition of engagement with business, industry and communities to create a distinctive approach to education, research and service.
The College of Professional Studies offers flexible, innovative programs that allow working professionals to complete their degrees. CPS offers associate, bachelor’s degree, certificate programs and post-baccalaureate programs in fast-growing fields such as leadership, finance, project management, global studies and international relations, business administration and digital media.
The College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University invites applications for a part-time faculty position to teach a graduate level course on global literacy, culture, and communication in the master’s degree program in Global Studies and International Relations. The course is typically offered every term.

This course introduces basic theories of culture, identity, and communication. Topics may include race, ethnicity, social class, gender, national identity, and religion. Explores these theories and topics through an in-depth study of a particular aspect of culture within a chosen country. Introduces students to the use of qualitative methods in the analysis of culture and communication. Offers students an opportunity to use these tools to hypothesize the impact of future global trends on contemporary cultures and identities.
Responsibilities of the position include:
Teaching one or more 8 week (Summer term) or 12 week (Fall, Winter and Spring) asynchronous online courses per academic year. This includes pre-term course development (including weekly readings, assignments, and multi-media lectures), and in-term commitments of monitoring online discussion boards, general course management, grading, and online presence of at least one hour per day, five days a week at the instructor’s schedule. The courses are asynchronous, and although near daily participation is a must, an exact time is not required. Training in Blackboard (the online course platform) will be provided.

Qualifications

The ideal instructor will have a terminal degree in a relevant field.
A history of successful teaching at the graduate level is strongly preferred and experience teaching online is a plus. Candidates should demonstrate cultural competence and commitment to working with international students, adult learners, and underserved student populations.

Additional Information

Courses are offered in online, on-campus, and blended formats. Positions are available contingent upon enrollment, funding and departmental needs. This is a non-tenure track part time faculty position.
The Global Studies and International Relations program provides students with broad integrated knowledge and specialized knowledge by developing core competencies in international, political, economic, security, and diplomatic areas, as well as refined intellectual skills in research, analysis, and synthesis though courses that require students to gather complex data from a variety of sources, assess its importance and reliability, and draw reasoned conclusions.

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents
  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter
Optional Documents
  1. Curriculum Vitae
  2. Other

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