Job Opportunity: Part-Time Teaching at George Mason in Spring 2021

19 Nov 2020 1:05 PM | WAPA Communications (Administrator)

The Global Affairs program at George Mason University is seeking to hire an instructor for the course “Globalization in/of Europe” for Spring 2021. This is a virtual course with instructor led sessions on Monday 4:30-7:10pm. It is a stacked class (GLOA 400/615), meaning it enrolls both graduate and undergraduate students. The faculty member who was to teach the course, but has received a fellowship for the semester, has about one-third of it developed already, which could be used by the new instructor in the spring. Pay is commensurate with experience. PhD required. The semester runs January 25 to April 30, 2021. Please direct questions to Cortney Hughes Rinker, Director of the Global Affairs Program, at chughe13@gmu.edu, and if interested in the position, please send a CV to her. Do not need to be physically located in the Washington, D.C. region.

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