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Adjunct Faculty, College of Public Affairs
College of Public Affairs
Position Type: Adjunct Faculty
Opens: 05/05/21 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.
M.S. in Forensic Science – High Technology Crime Program
The Forensic Science – High Technology Crime Program, an M.S. Program in the School of Criminal Justice, College of Public Affairs, is seeking part-time adjunct faculty to teach in the program; all program courses are taught in the evenings.
Competitive applicants will have at least a Master’s degree in Digital Forensics, Forensic Investigations, Cybercrime, intelligence analytics, or related area from an accredited institution of higher learning. Areas of interest should include information retrieval, threats, attacks and defense strategies, digital forensic investigations, cryptography, intelligence analysis, project management in digital forensics and protection of digital information and data. Applicants should demonstrate strong teaching skills and experience teaching within an integrated lecture/lab format. Ideal applicants will have at least 3 years of field experience in digital forensics and forensic investigations.
The MSFS program is an investigative program with a hands-on curriculum that teaches students forensic investigative techniques, cryptography, laws and regulations, information retrieval, and computer analytic software and skills. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Please send electronic applications, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, and list of three references to:
Dr. Debra L. Stanley firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Affairs & Human Security Program
The Global Affairs and Human Security program, an M.A. 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 teach a graduate level course in the field of International Affairs. Special consideration will be given to applicants who have background in or knowledge related to international organizations and/or human security.
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 have earned a Ph.D. In International Relations, Political Science, Public Policy or a related field of study (including such cross-disciplinary fields as Non-Profit Management), be doctoral candidates in an above program, and/ or have significant experience in international organizations.
Please send electronic applications, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, and list of three references, to:
Dr. Jennica Larrison email@example.com
Government and Public Policy: Latin American culture; undergraduate research methods and statistics.
Dr. Laura Wilson-Gentry firstname.lastname@example.org
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