Overview

The Departments of Humanities in the School of Arts and Sciences at Regis College seek a term-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Criminal Justice Studies, Director of Criminal Justice, and Pre-Law Advisor beginning fall 2018.

The Departments of Humanities offers an undergraduate major in Criminal Justice Studies which is grounded in the humanities and social sciences. The successful applicant will be academically qualified to teach a variety of courses in criminal justice, including criminology, corrections, cybersecurity, and law & government. Full-time faculty are expected to teach a 4/4 load, academically advise students, actively serve on School and College committees, and contribute to the college community life beyond the classroom. Faculty are expected to work actively and collaboratively with relevant administrators and other faculty to grow interdisciplinary, global, and experiential learning opportunities for students. We are currently engaged in strategic planning and curriculum development of additional educational opportunities in criminal justice education.

This full-time faculty appointment carries administrative responsibilities serving as the Director of Criminal Justice with the equivalent of one course release per semester as approved by the School Dean. The position of Pre-Law Advisor reports directly to the Vice President of Academic Affairs (VPAA) with the equivalent of one course release per semester as approved by the VPAA.

At the time of application, all applicants are required to have an earned PhD in Criminal Justice or an interdisciplinary Humanities PhD with thesis and documented evidence of a specialization in the field of Criminal Justice. In addition, applicants are also required to have an earned JD. The ideal candidate will have at least three years prior college/university teaching experience, professional experience, and a forward-looking vision for interdisciplinary liberal arts education. In addition, the ideal candidate will also have documented evidence of teaching and administering undergraduate Criminal Justice and Pre-Law programs. Documented evidence of curriculum design and delivery in online and hybrid is most preferred. Given the required administrative responsibilities of these positions, evaluation of candidates’ abilities will be determined by the Regis VPAA, School Dean, and Department Chair.

Application Materials:

Email letter of application and CV including the names and contact information for three professional references to:

Search Committee
Office of Academic Affairs
Regis College
Weston, MA 02493
Email: academic.affairs@regiscollege.edu

Regis College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to diversity in its faculty and staff.