Position announcements (fwd)
Alayne Unterberger CFS (unterber@HAL.FMHI.USF.EDU)
Wed, 7 Sep 1994 21:41:15 -0400
I'm forwarding this announcement even though I realize most people on
this list aren't interested in these kinds of topics. Maybe we can keep
posting it to friends/colleagues who are. Alayne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Date: Wed, 7 Sep 1994 09:48:16 CDT
From: Dennis Longmire <icc_drl@SHSU.EDU>
Please read, consider, and forward copies of this announcement
to those you think would be interested.
SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Due to retirements and enrollment growth, four positions are
available at the assistant and associate professor level.
Appointment as a full professor may be possible for an
exceptional candidate. Any area of emphasis within Criminal
Justice will be considered, however, applicants with expertise
in law, public administration, law enforcement, quantitative analysis,
and juvenile justice are particularly sought. A terminal degree is
required. For an emphasis in law, academic work beyond the J.D.
is expected. For all positions a strong record of scholarship or
demonstrated potential for scholarly productivity is required.
In the interest of serving a diverse student body, applications
from women and minorities are particularly encouraged.
The COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, celebrating its 30th
anniversary, enrolls nearly 1,700 students at the baccalaureate,
masters, and doctoral levels. Applicants will be expected to
demonstrate an ability to contribute to all levels of the
instructional program. Twenty-six faculty are active in state,
national, and international development and research endeavors,
supported by over $3 million in appropriations, grants, and
contracts. The allied Law Enforcement and Correctional
Management Institutes bring over 2,000 criminal justice
administrators to campus annually.
SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVERSITY, a member of the Texas State
University System, with 96 undergraduate, 79 graduate, and one
doctoral program, is among the largest stateassisted institutions
of higher education in Texas. Approximately 12,800 students and
450 full and part-time faculty enjoy the advantages of picturesque
Huntsville, Texas (rated as one of the best small cities in America),
and close proximity to the Houston metroplex, 60 miles south of
Candidates should send the following: vita, letter of application
(including a statement of research and teaching interests), and
the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references
to: Professor Rolando V. del Carmen, Chair of Search Committee
College of Criminal Justice, SHSU, Huntsville, TX 77341-2296,
phone (409) 2941635. Availability of positions subject to final
budgetary approval. Appointment as early as January 1995
possible. Review of applications will begin immediately and
continue until the positions are filled. SHSU is an affirmative
action, equal opportunity employer.