Minimum salary for this position is $3,413.50 per course. The University of Michigan-Flint Sociology Program seeks to fill a one semester LEO Lecturer I position to teach SOC 359-W1, The Black Family, ONLINE for the Fall 2018 semester. SOC 359 is a 3 credit course that uses sociological and social-psychological perspectives to analyze the impact of changes in race relations and of urbanization on the Black family. It considers various stereotypes in mass media and in sociological and psychological literatures. SOC 359 is cross-listed with Women’s & Gender Studies and Africana Studies and carries a U.S. Diversity designation for the General Education Program. The course will be available to students on Blackboard at 12:01 am on Tuesday, September 4, 2018, and Final Exam week is December 12-15 and 17-18, 2018. This position is for the fall 2018 semester only.
Demonstrated online teaching experience expected. Master’s Degree in Sociology required.
ABD Status or PhD preferred.
This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the U-M and the Lecturers Employee Organization, AFL-CIO, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.
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Job openings are posted for a minimum of ten calendar days. This job may be removed from posting boards and filled anytime after the minimum posting period has ended.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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