Friday, December 5, 2008

Chronicle for Higher Education 12/5/08

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Foreign Language Teachers
Middlebury College (Vermont)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Religion
Ohio State University (Ohio)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant or Associate Professor - Urban Politics, Public Policy, or American Politics
City University of New York Bernard M. Baruch College (New York)
(date posted: 12/5/2008)

Assistant/Associate Professor of Spanish
Fisk University (Tennessee)
(date posted: 12/5/2008)

Faculty Position in Quantitative Analysis of Energy Risk
Pennsylvania State University at University Park (Pennsylvania)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Professor and Director of Environmental Studies Program
Sewanee: the University of the South (Tennessee)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant/Associate Professor in English Literature/Poetry
Qatar University (Qatar)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant/Associate Professor in English Rhetoric/Composition
Qatar University (Qatar)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant Professor of Japanese
Sewanee: the University of the South (Tennessee)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Executive Director of the New York University Opportunity Programs
New York University (New York)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Visiting Lecturer - Post Doc
Indiana University at Bloomington (Indiana)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant Language Directors
Middlebury College (Vermont)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Director of Development, College of Arts and Sciences
University of Akron (Ohio)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant/Associate/Professor in History with an area specialty in Europe and the West
Qatar University (Qatar)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant/Associate/Professor in Political Science with specialty in International Relations
Qatar University (Qatar)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Curriculum Coordinator II - Full-Time
Greenville Technical College (South Carolina)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant/Associate/Professor in International History
Qatar University (Qatar)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Instructor in Human Development and Family Sciences
Oregon State University at Cascades (Oregon)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant/Associate/Professor in Political Science with specialty in Political Theory
Qatar University (Qatar)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)

Assistant/Associate/Professor in Political Science with specialty in Comparative Politics
Qatar University (Qatar)
(date posted: 12/4/2008)




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