The Office of International Education
invites applications for an instructor to teach East Asian Studies and/or Global Gender Studies courses in the University at Buffalo's undergraduate degree program at the Singapore Institute of Management in Singapore.
The position will begin in Fall 2023 and will consist of teaching two to three courses per semester. The successful candidate will have a strong academic background and experience teaching courses in the area(s) of:
- Global Gender Studies and/or
- East Asian Film, Cinema and Popular Culture
Position Benefits include:
- A competitive salary
- Round trip airfare to/from Singapore each semester
- Accommodations in Singapore
Employment in this position will be conditional upon receipt of applicable employment authorization from the Government of Singapore.
Established in 2004, the UB-SIM Program
offers fully-accredited University at Buffalo undergraduate degrees in Business Administration, Communication, Psychology, Economics, Sociology, International Trade and Geographic Information Science.
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