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Instructor - Criminology & Criminal Justice
DATE:   5/10/2013
JOB TITLE:   Instructor
TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:   Chair - Criminology & Criminal Justice
DEPARTMENT:   Criminology & Criminal Justice
SECTOR:   Academic Affairs

The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Niagara University, which offers a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice Administration and a Bachelor's degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice, invites applications for a temporary one-year instructor position to start in fall 2013.  The areas of specialization for the position are open although we are especially interested in scholars who focus on any of the following:  research methods, alternatives to incarceration, and cybercrime.  Responsibilities for the position include teaching undergraduate courses (3 courses per semester) in areas of criminal justice or criminology, academic advisement of undergraduate students, and service to the department and university.  Required qualifications include:  a Master's Degree or Ph.D. (preferred) in Criminology, Criminal Justice, or a closely related discipline (at time of appointment), and demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching. 

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