Pomona College: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Early U.S. History
The History Department at Pomona College invites applications for a tenure-track, Assistant Professor of U.S. history from the colonial period to 1860, with a specialization in African American and/or Native American history.
The teaching commitment is four courses per year over two semesters of instruction. The successful candidate will teach the first course of the U.S. history survey, as well other courses related to the field and their expertise. A Ph.D. in hand or expected by July 2022 is required.
Pomona College is a highly selective liberal arts college with an enrollment of approximately 1,600 students, all undergraduates. The school seeks to attract, develop, and retain the highest quality faculty and are committed to building a culturally diverse workplace. It values candidates who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and who are able to demonstrate a commitment to improving higher education for underrepresented students through their teaching, scholarship, or service.
A Ph.D. in hand or expected by July 2022 is required.
Interested candidates should submit an application which includes the following:
- a letter of application;
- a curriculum vitae;
- higher education transcripts;
- three brief statements: one addressing teaching philosophy, one addressing scholarship, and one addressing demonstrated ability to mentor a diverse student body;
- and three letters of recommendation.
The application deadline is November 1, 2021.
Review of applications will begin immediately after the deadline. Any questions may be directed to Char Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the school:
Pomona College is a highly selective liberal arts college with an enrollment of approximately 1,600 students, all undergraduates. Pomona College, located 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, is the founding member of the Claremont Colleges, which also include Claremont McKenna, Scripps, Pitzer, Harvey Mudd, and Claremont Graduate University. Collectively, the Claremont Colleges constitute an academic community of 6,000 students. As a result, Pomona students enjoy both the personalized instruction and close faculty-student interactions afforded by a small liberal arts college as well as the intellectual and extracurricular resources typically found at much larger universities. Pomona’s History department has 12 full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty and there are over 30 History faculty across the Claremont colleges. In collaboration with the Claremont Colleges Consortium, Pomona College offers a variety of professional development, mentorship, and networking opportunities for junior faculty including the opportunity for entering assistant professors to apply for a fully funded leave in their fourth year at the College.
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