TEACHING ASSISTANTS AND READERS
Outside (non-Anthropology) Graduate Students who are interested in employment (teaching assistant or reader) with the Department of Anthropology are required to submit an application, C.V., and unofficial transcript to the Graduate Program Coordinator. Outside graduate students will not be considered for employment unless an application is on-file with required documents. Employment is contingent on the availability of positions which vary per quarter.
Prospective Applications and Accepted Students to the Department of Anthropology Graduate Program do not need to complete this form. Accepted students are automatically considered for employment opportunities.
Assistant Professor in Anthropology
The Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Davis invites applicants for a Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Anthropology of Media. The Department seeks a scholar who can make a significant contribution to the study of media, with a possible focus on the intersections of media and language. Potential topics include mediatized language registers, media arts, network culture, journalism, public space and popular culture, and media infrastructures. Area open, but there is some preference for Asia, the Middle East, and Central or Eastern Europe. The candidate must show potential for effective teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels; and for departmental, campus, and professional service. Ph.D. in Anthropology or related field must be completed by the first day of courses (September 24, 2015).
Assistant Professor in Anthropology
The Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Davis invites applicants for a Tenure‐track Assistant Professor of Tropical Conservation Science position. The successful candidate must have an active research program focusing on human dimensions of tropical conservation. Candidates whose research addresses anthropogenic change in tropical ecosystems from an explicitly ecological and/or evolutionary perspective, and who take a scientific approach to finding ways to engage multiple stakeholder groups as stewards of biodiversity in the tropics will be preferred. Ph.D. in Anthropology, Ecology or related field must be completed by the first day of courses (September 24, 2015). Applicants must demonstrate exceptional promise as scholars and teachers.
Teaching duties include four courses per academic year (quarter system) at the introductory, advanced undergraduate, and graduate level. Courses will include an introductory course in Human Dimensions of Tropical Conservation Science, an introductory course in Human or non‐human primate evolutionary ecology, an upper division course in tropical conservation science and a graduate seminar. The successful candidate would have the opportunity to participate in various graduate groups at UC Davis, including the Graduate Group in Ecology, the Population Biology Graduate Group, the Animal Behavior Graduate Group, the Geography Graduate Group, and would be expected to participate in the development of a Tropical Conservation Science certificate program.
The ideal candidate would have strong ties to the international academic research and applied conservation communities that could be leveraged to create student opportunities for international training, research and collaboration, and promote representation of students from tropical developing countries at UC Davis.
Applicants should submit curriculum vitae; a cover letter that indicates: completed research, current research program and teaching experience; copies of up to three (3) publications representing your current research; and the contact information for three (3) references through the online application system found at: https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF00347
For full consideration applications should be completed by November 10, 2014. The position is open until filled.
The University of California, Davis, and the Department of Anthropology are interested in candidates who are committed to the highest standards of scholarship and professional activities, and to the development of a campus climate that supports equality and diversity. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution and prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation/preference and gender identity/expression. This employer offers employment benefits to domestic partners of employees.