Institution Name 
Temple University, Rome
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Full-time postdoctoral position with reduced teaching load
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May 10, 2019
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For over 52 years, Temple University Rome has been a center for hands-on, interdisciplinary learning, where Rome is the classroom, the studio, the campus. Students from Temple University join students from a variety of over 40 different colleges and university programs around the US at our Campus in Rome.  Students leave Rome transformed, engaged, enriched, and better prepared for the global, interconnected world they enter when they graduate.

Temple University Rome seeks a Faculty Fellow in Classics for Spring Semester 2020 (Jan 14-May 5, 2020). Completed PhD preferred. The teaching load is a two-course equivalent; this teaching load is designed to allow time for the Faculty Fellow to conduct research in Rome.

We seek candidates with a proven record of successful teaching and preference is given to those candidates with demonstrated excellence in UG teaching.  Applicants must be able to teach Greek at all levels, as well as a course in Classic and Roman Mythology. The successful candidate should have an ability to participate in recruitment of both Greek and Latin students for program. 

Applicants should submit a cover letter detailing their interest in and qualifications for the position, a curriculum vitae, two letters of recommendation, official summaries of teaching evaluations, a statement of teaching philosophy and research interests, as well as a statement on how participation in the TURome Faculty Fellow program will support the applicant’s career planning.

Review of applications will begin in mid-May, and will continue until the position is filled. Address all inquiries to Mary Conran, Chief Academic Officer, Temple University -Rome mconran@temple.edu.

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