University of West Georgia (UWG), Lecturer, philosophy
Sep 16, 2021 → Oct 16, 2021
Position: Lecturer, Full-Time
Location: University of West Georgia (UWG), Carrollton, Georgia, USA
Start date: January 2022
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The University of West Georgia Philosophy Program (https://www.westga.edu/philosophy/) is a strong team-oriented program and we value inclusiveness.
We welcome applicants with demonstrated success in working with diverse populations. We encourage submission of applications from members of traditionally underrepresented
groups in philosophy.
The Philosophy Lecture position has a 4/4 teaching load on a semester calendar, with minimal service and research expectations. Teaching is primarily in our
Philosophy Core Curriculum (especially Introduction to Philosophy and Critical Thinking); the Lecturer may periodically be asked to teach upper-level courses, including
Professional Ethics, as needed. Promotion to Senior lecturer may be awarded with a proven teaching, service and professional activity/achievement record.
The Philosophy Lecturer Position may be renewable annually based on satisfactory performance evaluation.
Ph.D. at time of appointment.
Area of specialization and area of competence open. Teaching competence in professional ethics preferred.
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
How to apply
Submit curriculum vitae, cover letter, and sample syllabus for Introduction to Philosophy. All application materials must be submitted through
University of West Georgia Human Resources website:
Please be sure to include contact information for reference list: names, email addresses, and phone numbers.
Deadline for submission of applications: October 15, 2021, 11:59pm EST
Contact: Dr. Robert Lane, email