We also seek candidates who are interested in becoming an engaged member of the USF community through teaching, sharing his/her research, participating in Center events and programs, and interacting with faculty and students.
Privileges of the Kiriyama Professor
- An office for use up to 3 days/week
- Full access to USF's libraries and electronic resources
- E-mail account for use during the duration of his/her stay at USF
- Access to the USF gym
Payment will be in the form of a sabbatical supplement commensurate with experience and corresponding to the length and details of the appointment.
- one course a semester or
- 3 graduate-level workshops per semester (approximately 20 students primarily for students in the Master in Asia Pacific Studies Program but also open to students from other universities)
Applicants are encouraged to think of course topics that would complement the MA in Asia Pacific Studies curriculum, or workshops that would attract students to attend when no course credit is given
- One public lecture during residency
One optional guest lecture during residency
Being a regular participant at events organized by the Center
Being in residence at the Center 2-3 days per week during regular work hours to work on independent research and to interact with USF faculty, students and staff
Qualifications include: a Ph.D. in relevant field with excellent record of teaching and publication, ability and willingness during appointment to promote the Center for Asia Pacific Studies with his/her connections among both domestic and global academic communities, and research interests that correspond to the Centers mission.
Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
The Kiriyama Professor is responsible for finding and making arrangements for his/her own housing for the duration of their stay.
International candidates must meet funding and health insurance requirements for the duration of their period of affiliation.
To acknowledge the Center for Asia Pacific Studies in any publications that result from research performed while affiliated with USF. The Center appreciates copies of publications or papers completed during the Chairs affiliation with the Center.
Submit a short (two page maximum) final report on their affiliation.
For information on how to apply, please visit the following link: www.usfjobs.com
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