Teaching Post Doc in Biological Anthropology
North Carolina State University - Raleigh, NC. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is accepting applications for a Post-Doctoral Teaching Scholar (non-tenure track) appointment to begin fall 2024. The Teaching Scholar should specialize in biological anthropology with a preference for scholars with training in human skeletal variation or bioarchaeology. The candidate should be able to teach upper division courses such as human osteology, paleopathology, and human variation, and have experience teaching introductory biological anthropology courses. Successful applicants should demonstrate motivation to teach and mentor undergraduate students and show evidence of an ability to publish research in their substantive specialty. The Post-Doctoral Teaching Scholar will be expected to teach two courses each semester and pursue their own research agenda. This is a one year position with the possibility of renewal. Postdoc appointments cannot exceed five years.
Qualifications: Candidate qualifications for the position include a Ph.D. in Anthropology by time of employment awarded no more than five years from initial date of postdoctoral appointment.