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Wabash College invites applications for an adjunct instructor of Classics to begin July 1, 2022. We are looking for someone who can expertly teach one course in each of the Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 semesters. Our preference is that the courses (1) be pitched at the introductory level; (2) center on Greek and/or Roman civilization/culture; and (3) have a broad appeal to Wabash’s student body.

To apply, submit a cover letter (which describes one of the courses that you envision teaching), vita, email addresses for two persons who will submit confidential letters of recommendation electronically, and unofficial graduate transcripts through the link available at Questions should be directed to Rachel Barclay, Academic Administrative Coordinator for the Classics Department: We will begin reviewing applications on April 15, 2022.

Wabash is home to the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2020. Approximately 30% of our students are federal Pell Grant recipients, one-third of our students are first-generation college students, and about 20% of our students identify as domestic students of color. Wabash is a member of the USC Race and Equity Center’s Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance, a top-60 Liberal Arts College according to U.S. News, and a member of Colleges That Change Lives. Many students, staff, and faculty find the close-knit community of the residential college one of the most rewarding aspects of their time here.

Wabash College, a liberal arts college for men, seeks faculty and staff who are committed to providing quality engagement with students, high levels of academic challenge and support, and meaningful experiences that prepare students for life and leadership among diverse populations around the globe. Wabash is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from persons of all backgrounds.