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Adjunct Faculty, College of Public Affairs

College of Public Affairs

Position Type: Adjunct Faculty
Opens: 02/20/14     Closes: Open Until Filled

Salary: To be confirmed for each vacancy.

The College of Public Affairs seeks adjunct faculty. Forward cover letter, resume/vita, and contact information for two references to the appropriate program director. Applications will be retained for future evening, day, and on-line openings.

Undergraduate

Government and Public Policy: Latin American culture; undergraduate research methods and statistics.

Dr. Laura Wilson-Gentry               lwgentry@ubalt.edu

Spanish Language

The College of Public Affairs seeks adjunct faculty to teach Introductory Spanish Language courses during the Fall 2013 semester. Forward cover letter, resume/vita, and contact information for two references to the appropriate program director. Applications will be retained for future evening, day, and on-line openings.

Dr. Laura Wilson-Gentry               lwgentry@ubalt.edu

Global Affairs & Human Security Program

The Global Affairs and Human Security program, an M.S. Program in the School of Public and International Affairs in the College of Public Affairs at the University of Baltimore, is seeking to hire an adjunct faculty member to develop and teach a course titled "Managing NGOs" (GAHS 600) during fall 2013.

This graduate-level course is meant to provide an overview of the nongovernmental sector, nongovernmental organization creation, and the management of NGOs. Among the topics that should be incorporated into the course are matters related to the creation and management of NGOs, the legal requirements for creating NGOs, and the roles and responsibilities of members of the board of directors in governing NGOs – including managing staff and volunteers, fundraising, income generation possibilities, and required reporting. The course need not focus exclusively on international NGOs but cross-cultural issues and the challenges associated with working across national boundaries should feature prominently. The course can involve classroom-based lectures, field trips, guest speakers, and interactive elements. The majority of students in the course will be enrolled in the Global Affairs and Human Security graduate program and some additional students will come from allied fields of study in the College of Public Affairs, including the programs in Negotiations and Conflict Management, Public Administration, Health Systems Management, and Human Services Administration.

Competitive applicants will be doctoral candidates or have an earned Ph.D. In International Relations, Political Science, Public Policy or a related field of study (including such cross-disciplinary fields as Non-Profit Management) and/ or have significant experience in the non-profit sector in a management or senior executive capacity.

Please send electronic (bclark@ubalt.edu) or paper applications, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, and list of three references, to:

GAHS Adjunct Faculty Search Committee
Attn: Ms. Briana Clark
Academic Program Specialist
College of Public Affairs
University of Baltimore
10 W. Preston Street
Baltimore, MD  21201
410-837-6094
bclark@ubalt.edu

Applications that include a sample syllabus for a prospective course on Managing NGOs will be given special consideration, as will applications that contain evidence of prior teaching effectiveness. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until such time as the position is filled.

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