faculty position

Sociology Faculty Position Available

The Department of Sociology invites applications for a tenured (Associate/Full) or tenurable (Advanced Assistant) full-time appointment beginning fall 2018.  The position is open to sociologists with a PhD in any area of the discipline.  Special consideration will be given to candidates who build on existing strengths in the department.  We will begin reviewing applications on September 15, 2017, until the position is filled.  The position is contingent on funding approval. 

Dartmouth has a strong commitment to supporting both quality research and teaching. These goals are facilitated by the school’s resource-rich research environment as well as the quarter system, which allows the four course annual classroom teaching load to be covered in two ten-week terms with a third term in residence for research and other departmental obligations and a fourth term off.  For more information about the department, see: http://sociology.dartmouth.edu/. 

Assistant Professor Faculty Position Available

The Department of Sociology invites applications for a full-time appointment at the tenure-track Assistant Professor level beginning fall 2017. For this position, we seek sociologists with a PhD and expertise in inequality, broadly construed.  Special consideration will be given to candidates engaged in Asian-American studies as well as those who build on existing strengths in the department, including race/ethnicity, political/economic sociology, sociology of health/medicine, and social psychology.  The successful applicant will be expected to teach one of the introductory courses or social theory at the undergraduate level.  We will begin reviewing applications on September 15, 2016.  Dartmouth has a strong commitment to supporting both quality research and teaching.

Assistant/Associate Professor Faculty Position Available

The Sociology Department at Dartmouth College invites applications for a full-time appointment at the tenure-track or tenured levels beginning Fall 2015, at the Assistant or Associate level.  For this position, we seek sociologists with expertise in inequality.  Special consideration will be given to candidates who build upon existing strengths in the department, which include medical sociology, social psychology, and political/economic sociology.  The successful applicant will be expected to teach one of the required undergraduate courses for the major: introductory sociology, theory, research methods or statistics.  We will begin reviewing applications on September 15, 2014.  Dartmouth has a strong commitment to supporting both quality research and teaching.  This goal is facilitated by the school's quarter system, which allows the four-course teaching load to be covered in two 10-week terms with a third term in residence for research and other departmental obligations.