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Teaching Opportunity @ George Mason in Fall 2023: Interdisciplinary Research Methods

28 Jun 2023 11:14 AM | Cortney Hughes Rinker (Administrator)

The Global Affairs Program at George Mason University is seeking an instructor for GLOA 605: Interdisciplinary Research Methods for Fall 2023. This course meets face-to-face in Fairfax on Thursday evenings from 7:20-10:00pm. The semester starts on Monday August 21, 2023. Two anthropologists have long taught the course. Sample syllabi can be provided and the instructor is welcome to adapt what they would like from them for their version of the course. Global Affairs faculty would be more than happy to answer questions and provide any assistance. This is a required course for our Master’s students in Global Affairs and is considered a stepping stone for their Capstone Research Project given the final product is a proposal. It can also be taken by students in a few other programs to fulfill their methods requirement. Pay is based upon the university scale and is commensurate with experience. A PhD is required in a discipline related to Global Affairs (e.g., anthropology, sociology, political science, communication, policy, global studies, etc.). Must be comfortable teaching qualitative and some quantitative methods. If you would be interested, please send a CV to Cortney Hughes Rinker at chughe13@gmu.edu (preferably by July 15, 2023).


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