Visiting Assistant Professor

Institution Name 
Wabash College
Position Rank 
Assistant Professor
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Wabash College invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics to begin July 1, 2016.  The initial appointment is for one year, with renewal for a second year possible based on a determination of college circumstances and needs.  Candidates must be generalists with demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching, an appreciation for the broad intellectual community of an excellent liberal arts college, and the ability to work with a diverse student body.  Teaching responsibilities will include Elementary Greek and Elementary Latin, courses in both languages at the intermediate and/or advanced levels, and courses in translation.  Preference will be given to candidates who can offer thematic courses in translation that appeal to a wide range of students.  Course load is 3-3.  Ph.D. required by time of appointment. 

Salary and benefits are competitive, and include generous institutional support for professional development.  Wabash is located in Crawfordsville, Indiana, approximately 45 minutes from Indianapolis and less than 3 hours from Chicago.

For full consideration, completed applications should be received before January 29, 2016.  Please submit a letter of application, CV, brief statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of successful teaching, unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and email addresses for three persons who will submit confidential letters of recommendation electronically at  Questions should be directed to Rachel Barclay, Administrative Assistant, Department of Classics:

Wabash College, a liberal arts college for men, seeks faculty and staff committed to providing quality engagement with students, high levels of academic challenge and support, and meaningful diversity experiences that prepare students for and leadership in a multicultural global world.  We welcome applications from persons of all backgrounds.  EOE.

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