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Assistant Professor in Early American History (PDF)
Full-time, Tenure Track
Application Review Begins: Tuesday, December 5, 2017 . Position will remain open until filled.
 
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Whitworth University seeks an Assistant Professor of Early and 19th Century American History with required expertise in Latin American or African American history for a full-time position (7 courses annually) in the Department of History. We would prefer to offer a range of courses in American history that cover not just the founders or European immigrants but also the experiences of Native Americans and African Americans, as well as U.S. interaction with Latin America. There is a possibility of teaching in Whitworth’s signature Core Worldview Studies, United States Cultural Studies, Latin American studies, and/or Women’s and Gender Studies programs. Clearly demonstrated interest or expertise in the Digital Humanities would be highly valued.   More...
 

 
Assistant Professor of English (Fiction) (PDF)
Full-time, Non-Tenure
Application Review Begins: Friday, October 27, 2017 . Position will remain open until filled.
 
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We are inviting applications for a non-tenure-track, full-time Assistant Professor in creative writing with fiction specialization to begin fall 2018. Must be a critically-engaged writer with a strong publication record whose interests are in fiction and/or alternate narrative forms—including but not limited to experimental fiction, graphic fiction, digital storytelling, genre fiction, and/or translation. Teaching may include upper division fiction writing, introduction to creative writing, first-year composition, and literature courses appropriate to preparation. Candidates prepared to teach US ethnic literatures or courses contributing to the women’s and gender studies program will be highly valued.   More...
 

 
Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science (Masters) (PDF)
Full-time, Tenure Track
Application Review Begins: Monday, January 29, 2018 . Position will remain open until filled.
 
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The Computer Science and Mathematics Department at Whitworth University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Computer Science faculty position. Expertise in areas such as computer networks, high-performance computing, cybersecurity, or artificial intelligence is preferred. This position entails industry collaboration and applied research, and so candidates with significant industry experience (in lieu of a terminal degree) and a Master’s degree are encouraged to apply.   More...
 

 
Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science (Ph.D) (PDF)
Full-time, Tenure Track
Application Review Begins: Monday, January 29, 2018 . Position will remain open until filled.
 
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The Computer Science and Mathematics Department at Whitworth University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor of Computer Science faculty position. Expertise in areas such as computer networks, high-performance computing, cybersecurity, or artificial intelligence is preferred. Candidates with relevant industry experience are encouraged to apply. For a truly exceptional candidate, appointment at the level of Associate Professor will be considered.   More...
 

 
Assistant/Associate Professor of Education (PDF)
Full-time, Tenure Track
Application Review Begins: Friday, December 1, 2017 . Position will remain open until filled.
 
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Reporting to the Dean of the School of Education, provide instruction in special education, teach special education courses in both undergraduate and graduate programs, prepare graduate candidates for Applied Behavior Analysis, and supervise students in field experiences. Provide energetic, collegial leadership; participate in innovative program expansion and refinement; establish positive relationships with university and school system personnel; mentor developing professionals, and model special education as an intellectual, collaborative and ethical practice.   More...