Instructor in American Indian Studies at University of North Dakota
February 1, 2018
The University of North Dakota, College of Arts & Sciences, Department of American Indian Studies invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track, Instructor with interests in American Indian Perspectives on the Environment, to include Environmental Science/Studies, Environmental Justice, and/or Environmental Health and Well-Being. Preference is for those who have successfully developed and implemented high-impact teaching practices and who have experience teaching in and/or working with tribal nations.
Created in 1977, the Department of American Indian Studies is the only academic unit in the North Dakota University System that offers a Bachelor’s degree in American Indian Studies. Students who want to graduate with a major or minor in Indian Studies take courses on historic and contemporary Native American societies. They also explore theoretical concepts pertaining to these indigenous societies, and in comparison to the more dominant societies in North America. This position is to support an emerging curricular link in the area of American Indian Perspectives on the Environment with ties to the B.A. and B.S. programs in Environmental Studies.
The position is Instructor, American Indian Studies, Position #13797. Please click the link below for more information about this vacancy.