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Assistant Professor – History of Science and Technology, Department of History

///Assistant Professor – History of Science and Technology, Department of History

Assistant Professor – History of Science and Technology, Department of History

Assistant Professor – History of Science and Technology Department of History (http://www.uncw.edu/hst/index.htm)

The history department of the University of North Carolina Wilmington invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in the history of modern science and technology (excluding medicine), beginning August 2006. Area of specialization is open. Teaching responsibilities include upper level undergraduate and graduate courses in specialty, participation in the university’s “Science, Humanities and Society” Minor, and introductory survey in either U.S. history, western civilization, or global history since 1500. Strong commitment to teaching and scholarship is required. Candidates must have the Ph.D. in history or related field at the time of appointment. Salary competitive. A comprehensive university situated in the historic port of Wilmington, UNCW enrolls approximately 11,000 students and offers an M.A. in History.

The search committee will begin reviewing applications on 9 December. Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the AHA annual meeting, although the position will remain open until filled. Send letter of application, c.v., transcripts, and three letters of reference to:

Robert Mark Spaulding Chair, Science and Technology Search Committee Dept. of History University of North Carolina Wilmington 601 S. College Rd. Wilmington, NC 28403-5957

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