Visiting Assistant Professor (University of Oregon)

University of Oregon

Job title: Visiting Assistant Professor (University of Oregon)
Hiring institution: University of Oregon
Location: Eugene, Oregon | United States
Application deadline: 07/08/2024

Two visiting professor positions for the 2024/25 Academic year:

Department Summary

The School of Planning, Public Policy and Management trains policy-oriented planners and managers for public, nonprofit, and private leadership positions. Our program is applied, collaborative, and interdisciplinary. Our Master of Community and Regional Planning, Master of Nonprofit Management, and Master of Public Administration degrees programs are professionally accredited. The School has awarded degrees since 1968. Oregon’s progressive planning and policy environment, combined with the award-winning applied projects, offers students an innovative learning environment. Our two-year degree programs enroll approximately 50-60 students each year, and our graduates are consistently successful in finding professional positions after graduation. The School of PPPM also offers a graduate certificate in nonprofit management, an undergraduate minor in nonprofit management, an undergraduate major and minor in PPPM, and a PhD in planning and public affairs. We have a strong tenure-track placement rate for prior visiting professors in PPPM.

The School of PPPM continually engages in diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. We offer a supportive and collaborative teaching and research environment and actively encourage applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds.

The State of Oregon has a strong history of policy innovation, particularly in environmental policy, health policy, and urban and land use planning. The University of Oregon is located in the beautiful Willamette Valley, with easy access to snow-capped mountains and scenic coastlines.

The University of Oregon is a comprehensive R1 research university that serves its students and the people of Oregon, the nation, and the world through creating and transferring knowledge in the liberal arts, the natural sciences, and the professions. It is a member of the Association of American Universities.

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