Assistant Professor – Community Planning (Auburn, AL): The Department of Political Science at Auburn University seeks an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in its community planning program. Primary teaching responsibility is in the Master of Community Planning program within the Political Science Department. Responsibilities of the appointment include teaching (40%), research in the field of community planning (50%), outreach and service to the department, college, and university (10%).
Requires: (1) Ph.D. in Community Planning or a related field (ABD will be considered); and (2) Ability to teach core and elective undergraduate courses in planning as demonstrated by strong research and instructional skills, excellent written and verbal English communication skills, and strong content and methodological knowledge related to urban design and physical planning, including graphics/ visualization techniques.
Auburn University is Alabama’s largest land grant university, enrolling over 29,000 students. The Political Science Department maintains a diverse faculty of 27 tenured and tenure-track members and offers undergraduate degrees in Political Science, Health Services Administration, and Public Administration; a Master’s degree program in Public Administration with graduate certificates in Election Administration, Nonprofit Organizations, and Community Governance; a Master’s degree program in Community Planning; and a Ph.D. program in Public Administration and Public Policy.