California State university, Sacramento, T-T, History of philosophy
Nov 16, 2021 → Jan 04, 2022
The Philosophy Department at California State University, Sacramento, recently advertised a new job for Assistant Professor with AOS in History of Philosophy or Metaphysics
Sacramento is one of the most diverse cities in the country and CSU Sacramento reflects this diversity. CSU Sacramento is a federally recognized Hispanic-Serving and Asian-American
Native American Pacific Islander Serving institution. More than half of our students are students of color and one third of our students are first in their families to go to college.
CSU Sacramento's commitment to serving this diverse population of students is maybe best demonstrated through its new antiracism and inclusion campus plan.
CSU Sacramento has offered (and is likely to continue to offer) new faculty a reduced teaching load of three courses per semester for the first two years.
Our college and university supports its junior faculty in this and many other ways as they pursue their teaching and research goals.
Full consideration is guaranteed for applications submitted by January 3, 2022. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Complete applications must include:
(1) A cover letter. Candidates are also encouraged to include a link at the top of their cover letter to a personal webpage that gives some evidence of their capabilities for providing online
philosophy instruction and interaction.
(2) A current curriculum vita;
(3) A statement of diversity, inclusion, and equity; Diversity statements will be reviewed to determine candidates’ demonstrated commitment to diversity,
inclusion, and equity in teaching, research, and service to their university and broader community. Candidates are encouraged to describe the following specific criteria, preferably in this order,
(a) their potential and/or demonstrated ability to attract, teach and mentor undergraduates, including their experience supporting the success of a diverse student population,
(b) their record on inclusive pedagogy and curriculum as evidenced by their teaching philosophy, syllabi, and methodological approaches,
(c) their record, impact, or productivity on inclusive research and scholarship, and (d) their potential and/or demonstrated ability to be a conscientious, inclusive, and engaged
member of the university community and the broader community beyond the university.
(4) Unofficial transcripts of all college work (official transcripts required if invited for an interview);
(5) A sample of professional written work;
(6) Statement of scholarly interest;
(7) Statement of teaching philosophy;
(8) A teaching “portfolio” including sample syllabi and a list of courses taught or developed;
(9) Evidence of “teaching effectiveness” such as, but not limited to, summaries of peer or student evaluations.
In addition, candidates must also send three recent confidential letters of recommendation. Letters must be sent electronically to the
email address email .