The Department of International Affairs in the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track, assistant professor position in the broad area of International Development and Economic Policy. We are open to the candidate’s area of expertise, which may include development economics, politics and institutions of developing countries, international political economy, comparative political economy, and other relevant areas. We welcome applicants with different regional expertise, with a preference for those focusing on Latin America. The successful candidate is expected to have a strong research portfolio commensurate with their academic trajectory, and teach at least one section of the required course in introductory-level quantitative methods and an intermediate quantitative methods course. Bush School faculty exclusively teach master’s degree graduate students in international affairs in a standard 2-2 load. Additional information about the Bush School and department is available at http://bush.tamu.edu.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Political Science, Economics, or Public Policy by September 2019. The individual selected will demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching and research in the context of a public policy graduate school environment. The start date for this position will be September 1, 2019.
Applications must be made through the Texas A&M Workday website. Applicants who currently are not a Texas A&M System employee please go to our external career site at https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/TAMU_External.
Applicants who currently are a Texas A&M System employee please go to our internal career site at https://jobs.tamu.edu/internal-applicants/.
Applicants should upload a formal letter of interest that includes reference to the position, a curriculum vitae and a sample of written work. Additionally, please have three letters of recommendation sent to:
Professor Gregory Gause
c/o Ms. Janeen Wood (preferably as electronic attachments to )
The Bush School of Government & Public Service
Texas A&M University