Assistant Professor of Conflict Management

The Assistant Professor of Conflict Management is responsible for conducting research, teaching
courses in the M.S. in Conflict Management and Ph.D. in International Conflict Management
programs, supporting student success, and engaging in service activities appropriate to their rank.
We are particularly interested in candidates with specializations in any of the following areas:
gender, international development, environmental and ecological issues, and/or intersectional

Required Qualifications Include
• A PhD, or the foreign equivalent, in any degree field relevant to conflict management by
the time of appointment
• Record of peer-reviewed scholarship and publication
• Commitment to and experience fostering diversity with emphasis on equity, inclusion,
and representation
• Ability to teach graduate-level courses, including research methods and/or research

Preferred Qualifications Include
• Experience teaching and/or supervising masters or doctoral students
• Ability to teach foundations and applications MSCM courses
• Practitioner experience in conflict engagement, prevention, management, or resolution
• Experience applying for external funding
• Experience working in a collaborative, interdisciplinary, international, and/or
intersectional environment
• Ability to teach in an executive-style cohort-based program

For a full description of this position, application deadlines, and application procedures, visit Search for Job ID 250925.