Just a friendly reminder, registration for Summer 2020 is underway. Please consult the dates & links below and let us know if you have questions (contact information below).
|Summer 2020 Independent study registration deadline
(online form available here , and yes, you have to log in)
|Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, Casebooks, and Dissertations due in the A & H Office (for GSC consideration on 27 May) (This is the only submission date for M.A. students wishing to graduate in the Summer 2020 semester. Enrollment in the Summer or Fall semester is required for all submissions.)||May 20|
|Last day for regular registration||May 21|
|Last day for submission of final draft of dissertations to all members of the supervising committee. Doctoral students who do not meet this deadline will not graduate this semester.||May 21|
|Last day for submission of final draft of portfolios, theses to all members of the supervising committee. Master‘s students who do not meet this deadline will not graduate this semester.||June 4|
|Graduation applications due||June 11|
|Last day to request oral defense of portfolios, theses, & dissertations.||June 18|
|Last day to hold oral defense of portfolios, theses, & dissertations.||July 2|
|Last day for final submissions of dissertations.||July 9|
|Last day for final submission of portfolios.||July 30 Noon|
|Fall 2020 Independent Studies Registration Deadline||August 3|
To request an official appointment with Pia, Alice, or Julia, click here.
Please, send your email request from your UTD email account. Due to FERPA and UTD policy, we are unable to reply to non-UTD email inquiries and requests. It would also be helpful to include “Registration Request – Semester – 2020” in the subject field of your email. This will avoid delays and oversights when it comes to time-sensitive registration requests.
After registration, please check in Orion that everything is as expected and refer to the academic calendar http://www.utdallas.edu/academiccalendar/ for changes, payments, and other deadlines. Note that it is the student’s responsibility to confirm enrollment and withdrawal to avoid late fees or other penalties.
I hope you all saw the email from President Benson on Thursday, informing us about changes to the campus schedule in response to the national spread of covid-19 (coronavirus). Some highlights:
We (the staff and faculty of A&H) will be available, through email and Teams and e-Learning, so please check in with us if you have questions.
Teach Reading Classes to Students of All Ages
Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2020
The Institute of Reading Development offers summer reading skills programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities nationwide. Since 1970, the Institute’s teachers have helped over 3 million students master valuable reading skills and develop a lifelong love of reading. Programs designed by the Institute give students the right skills, books, and experiences that result in greater success in school and beyond.
We are currently hiring hard-working, encouraging people with a passion for reading to teach our summer programs. As an Institute teacher you will:
We are seeking applicants from any academic discipline. All applicants must have an undergraduate degree or higher in their field before the start of our teaching season.
Successful Institute teachers:
Learn more about teaching for us and apply today: Summer Teaching Jobs
The Department of History at the University of North Texas invites applications for a full-time lecturer of United States history, with a preference for Jewish American history, to begin in Fall 2020. We are particularly interested in candidates who could teach both Jewish history and women’s history; otherwise the specialization is open. Candidates with expertise in any aspect of United States history are invited to apply. We seek candidates for this position who are dynamic and creative teachers, committed to mentoring and educating our large and diverse community of students.
A Ph.D. by the time of appointment is required. Responsibilities include teaching high-enrollment U.S. history survey courses; teaching upper-level undergraduate courses in the candidate’s areas of specialization; and performing departmental service. Candidates with experience advising students, completing projects of academic administration, and/ or teaching online are especially encouraged to apply.
The ideal candidate will join a vibrant history department at an R1 university and have the opportunity to participate in a number of interdisciplinary programs and initiatives. The UNT Department of History hosts the university’s minors in African American Studies and in Mexican American Studies, as well as its undergraduate certificate program in Food Studies. Several of our faculty members hold affiliations with the UNT Women’s and Gender Studies Program, and with the Latina/o Mexican-American Studies Program. The department is also home to UNT’s renowned Oral History Program, to a number of digital scholarship projects, to the UNT Military History Center, and to UNT’s Jewish and Israel Studies Program. Our graduate curriculum is structured around concentrations in U.S. history, European history, military history, and a thematic concentration titled “Body, Place, Identity.” We have more than 30 full-time faculty members; more than 500 undergraduate majors and minors; and nearly 100 graduate students. Our department teaches more than 8,000 students annually.
See more details and application information here:
Please note the following Spring 2020 deadlines for proposals, submissions, and defenses. Alice Presti will be out on maternity leave November 14, 2019 – February 19, 2020.
N.B. All proposals should be submitted to your individual committee members for their approval at least one week before the submission deadline. (Earlier submission to the committee is strongly advised.) Otherwise, you cannot expect faculty members to read and approve drafts in time to meet deadlines.
All proposals must be submitted as a Word-compatible attachment sent to AHproposals@utdallas.edu as well as signature pages and proposals must be submitted in hard copy.
Doctoral Hooding Ceremony & Spring Commencement.
|December 13||Last day to submit completed and signed forms (with reading list) for independent study to Pia Jakobsson.|
|January 6||Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations due in the A&H Office (for GSC consideration on 15 January). (This is the last date for Proposals from students expecting to graduate in the Spring semester) (Submit hard copies to Julia Maddox in JO 4.503)|
|January 22||Applications for Graduation due online (contact Pia for MA and PhD)|
|February 1||Teaching Assistant Applications due (submit to AHTAApp@utdallas.edu)|
|February 5||Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations due in the A&H Office (for GSC consideration on 19 February) (Students submitting Proposals on this date will graduate in summer or later semesters) (Submit hard copies to Julia Maddox in JO 4.503)|
|February 19||Last day for submission of final draft of Dissertations to all members of the supervising committee. Doctoral students who do not meet this deadline will not graduate this semester.|
|March 5||Last day for submission of final draft of Portfolios and Theses to all members of the supervising committee. Master’s students who do not meet this deadline will not graduate this semester.|
|March 19||Last day to request oral defense of Portfolios, Theses, & Dissertations.|
|March 25||Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations due in the A&H Office (for GSC consideration on 8 April) (Students submitting Proposals on this date will graduate in spring or later terms)
(Submit hard copies to Alice Presti in JO 4.510)
|April 2||Last day to hold oral defense of Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations.|
|April 9||Last day to upload Dissertation for final review by the Graduate Education Office.|
|April 16||Last day to receive approval of final version of dissertation by Graduate Education Office.|
|April 30 *noon||Last day for final submission of Portfolios (to the A&H office.)
Last day to receive approval of final version of Theses by Graduate Education Office.
Please note: All proposals should be submitted to your individual committee members for their approval at least one week before the submission deadline. (Earlier submission to the committee is strongly advised.) Otherwise, you cannot expect faculty members to read and approve drafts in time to meet deadlines.
All proposals must be submitted as a Word-compatible email attachment sent to Alice Salazar Presti. All signature pages must be submitted in hard copy.
|August 5||Last day to submit completed and signed form (with reading list) for independent study.|
|August 7||Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations due in the A&H Office (for GSC consideration on 21 August). (This is the last date for proposals from MA students expecting to graduate in the Fall semester.)|
|August 27||Applications for Graduation due in Galaxy (To activate application, please email Pia for MA or Alice for PhD).|
|September 23||Last day for submission of final draft of dissertations to all members of the supervising committee. Doctoral students who do not meet this deadline will not graduate this semester.|
|September 25||Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations due in the A&H Office (for GSC consideration on 9 October). (Students submitting proposals on this date will graduate in spring or later semesters.)|
|October 8||Last day for submission of final draft of Portfolios or Theses to all members of the supervising committee. Master’s students who do not meet this deadline will not graduate this semester.|
|October 22||Last day to request oral exam of Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations.|
|October 30||Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations due in the A&H Office (for GSC consideration on 13 November). (Students submitting Proposals on this date will graduate in spring or later semesters.)|
|November 5||Last day to hold oral defense of Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations.|
|November 14||Last day to upload Dissertations for final review by the Graduate Education Office.|
|November 19||Last day for final submission of Portfolios (to the A&H office).
Last day to upload Thesis for review by the Graduate Education Office.
|TBD||Doctoral Hooding Ceremony & Fall Commencement.|
Mountain View College, in SW Dallas, has daytime adjunct teaching positions in Philosophy available this fall and spring, both on campus and for dual-credit in high schools.
Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics are available at $2324 per section. No office hours or committee work required. Contact Debbie Nichols at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Remember, to be hired as an adjunct at a CC, you need an MA and 18 graduate hours in the discipline).
Clinical Assistant Professor of Humanities
Languages & Cultures (#12870)
ANNOUNCEMENT OF VACANCY
The Languages & Cultures faculty in conjunction with the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy (CSRD) in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts on the Downtown Phoenix Campus at Arizona State University invites applications for a Clinical Assistant
Professor of Humanities for the 2019‐2020 academic year. The successful candidate will provide instruction in the areas of English, Philosophy, History, Religious Studies, African America Studies, Latin American Studies, and/or Women’s Studies that assist students in
the Languages and Cultures programs at Arizona State University. Languages and Cultures course assignments are at the undergraduate level, and may occur in a variety of modalities (online, hybrid on‐ground,). The successful candidate will be actively engaged in curriculum development that advances the mission of the CSRD. The successful candidate will bridge the humanities curriculum within Languages and Cultures with the programming, pedagogical and scholarly initiatives and community partnerships of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy. This position carries an expectation of robust affiliation with the CSRD and leadership on pedagogical, curricular, and research initiatives that advance the mission of the CSRD to facilitate innovative and transformative scholarship and engagement across disciplines and communities. The course load is determined by the faculty head and typically consists of four (4) courses a semester. The successful candidate will also be expected to participate in service to the institution and profession as appropriate. This is a full‐time, benefits‐eligible, non‐tenure eligible position renewable on an academic year basis contingent upon satisfactory performance, availability of resources, and the needs of the university. Salary is competitive commensurate with experience. Candidate must reside in Arizona, or be willing to relocate. For more information, please visit https://cisa.asu.edu/.
▪ PhD in a humanities discipline
▪ Ability to teach in more than one humanities discipline
▪ Excellent written and spoken communication skills
▪ Demonstrated commitment to meet the needs of diverse student populations and/or reaching out to diverse communities
▪ Post‐secondary teaching excellence
▪ Experience in curriculum design and creating instructional, assessment materials for courses in field
▪ Experience integrating innovative digital technologies into curriculum to enhance student learning
▪ At least four years of post‐secondary teaching experience in the Humanities
▪ Experience working with “at risk” first‐year, underrepresented groups, and/or first‐generation college students
▪ Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
▪ Recognized curriculum development expertise
▪ Experience teaching online and hybrid courses
▪ Experience implementing innovative teaching methods (e.g., project based, contract grading, anti‐racist pedagogies)
▪ Experience working on digital humanities projects
▪ Research publications related to profession
▪ Significant service and professional contributions to the profession
▪ Evidence of creating community partnerships
▪ Experience in coordinating public programs that bridge university and external communities
▪ Evidence of successful grant application
▪ Evidence of professional development activities
▪ Experience planning and presenting publicly‐facing programming
▪ Experience working in a collaborative environment within and across disciplines
To apply, visit https://cisa.asu.edu/jobs and upload your application as one combined .pdf document under job number 12870. Only electronic submissions will be reviewed. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications must contain:
1. A letter of interest outlining their teaching, programming, research and grant agenda, and qualifications and experience as it
relates to the position
2. Curriculum vitae
3. Teaching statement including philosophy
4. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., course syllabi, assignments, examples of integration of technology with curriculum,
5. Information for three professional references (their position, title, e‐mail, phone number)
The application deadline is 5/15/2019 at 5pm; and if not filled, then every Friday thereafter until the search is closed. Official Transcripts required prior to first day of employment. A background check is required prior to employment. For technical assistance with your application contact email@example.com, for position‐related questions contact Dr. Jacqueline Martinez, Search Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Arizona State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. (See ASU’s complete non‐discrimination statement at https://asu.edu/aad/manuals/acd/acd401.html; see ASU’s Title IX policy at https://www.asu.edu/titleIX/)
General Information: Arizona State University is a comprehensive public research university named #1 in the United States for innovation for the fourth consecutive year, (https://asunow.asu.edu/20180909‐asu‐news‐ranked‐most‐innovative‐US‐school‐fourthtime) followed by #2 Georgia State and #3 MIT. We measure our success not by whom we exclude, but rather by whom we include and how they succeed; advancing research and discovery of public value; and assuming fundamental responsibility for the economic, social, cultural and overall health of the communities we serve. ASU’s College of Integrative Sciences and Arts is home to innovative teachers who are guided by educational access, student success, applied learning, and interdisciplinary inquiry. CISA has over 7,300 students in all levels of degree programs and over 200 faculty members. We understand there are many paths to achieving a university education, and we build undergraduate and graduate degree programs and pathways that are flexible and relevant for a rapidly changing world. To learn more about ASU and the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts go to: http://about.asu.edu/ and http://cisa.asu.edu #12870