FACULTY POSITION IN CONFLICT ANALYSIS
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences,
University, invites applications and/or
nominations for a faculty position in Conflict Analysis and Resolution, with
specialization in Psychology or International Relations. The position is open
as of September 2010, to mid-career candidates as well as candidates who have
recently completed their PhD or are near completion.
Further specialization in one or more of the following
areas is desirable: peace psychology; scientific study of peace and conflict;
dynamics of cooperation; theories of applied conflict resolution; social
psychology; political psychology; self and identity; social cognition; decision making. The successful candidate must have a strong record and potential for top
quality scholarly publication, as well as promise of outstanding teaching at
both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
University is a private, department-free, innovative
academic institution. It is strongly committed to interdisciplinary research
and teaching both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. To meet this
challenge, the faculty is organized around multi-disciplinary degree programs
including Conflict Analysis
and Resolution (MA), Cultural
Studies (BA, MA), Economics (BA, MA,
PhD), European Studies (MA), History (MA, PhD), Management (BA)
Political Science (MA, PhD), Social
and Political Sciences (BA),
Turkish Studies (MA), Visual
Arts & Communication Design (BA, MA). The university admits top-ranking students for its
undergraduate programs through a centralized university entrance examination. Faculty
members are provided with excellent support, including housing facilities on
its modern campus if available or a housing stipend.
The deadline for applications is set March 15, 2010
for a first-round assessment; the process will continue if no candidate is
found suitable for the position. Applicants are asked to complete an online
application form through the university website (Applicant Tracking System).
Additionally, a curriculum vitae, a clear statement of
current and planned research and teaching activities, and at least three
letters of reference should be sent via
Mehmet Bac, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences,
cc: Inci Ceydeli, Faculty Administrative Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.