Assistant or Associate Professor
The Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor (depending on qualifications and experience) at its University of Regina campus. The successful candidate will contribute to teaching core content in the school’s programs, particularly in the areas of public sector financial management and strategic management in the public sector. He or she will also be expected to maintain an active research agenda, participate in supervising graduate students and contribute to the administration of the school.
The ideal candidate will have a PhD in a relevant subject area including, but not limited to, economics, business or public administration. Ideal competencies include university teaching experience at the graduate level, professional experience in the public sector, and a record of scholarly publications and demonstrated future research potential.
Candidates should be appointable at the assistant or associate professor rank and tenurable at the University of Regina. The university offers competitive remuneration consistent with qualifications and experience. This position comes with a comprehensive benefits package and a professional spending fund. The school also offers a supportive environment and the opportunity to work collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team of leading scholars in fields such as political science, economics, sociology, law, health and administration.
Consideration of applications will begin on December 1, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled.
Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chair in Public Management, Public Policy or International Trade (Award 6472)
Fulbright Canada is now recruiting to fill a Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chair in Public Management, Public Policy or International Trade at the University of Saskatchewan campus. This is an ideal opportunity for American scholars doing research in these areas to come to the JSGS to collaborate on research projects and share ideas and perspectives. The successful candidate can also guest lecture in courses, mentor students, lecture in public venues, network, and promote their research.
Please note that there are a total of four awards available in this area (Policy studies, award #6472), and each award is valued at $25,000. The competition is now open and closes on August 1, 2015. Click here to view the Fulbright Canada instructional video.
- Be American citizens,
- Hold a Ph.D. or equivalent professional degree, or significant professional experience.
- Proficiency in English.
Applicants are not eligible if they
- hold permanent residency status in Canada,
- reside in Canada, and
- have resided abroad for five or more consecutive years in the six year period immediately preceding the date of application.
- Grant length: 1 semester (4 months)
- Awards are taken up September 2016 or January 2017
- Deadline to apply: August 1, 2015
- Grantees on 4 month exchanges may seek an unfunded extension for up to 8 months.
Benefits of becoming a Fulbright Scholar in Canada:
- Access to world-class universities and research facilities.
- Exceptional comparative research opportunities.
- Eligibility for up to $1,000 for the Visiting Scholar Speakers Program.
- Membership in the Fulbright network and the opportunity to develop long-term research collaborations.
- Sabbatical, leave-of-absence, or retirement pay may be used concurrently with Fulbright awards
Fulbright Canada at a glance:
- With more than 300,000 Fulbright alumni in more than 150 countries, the Fulbright program is the gold standard in academic exchange and a leader in public diplomacy.
- The Foundation for Educational Exchange between Canada and the United States of America (Fulbright Canada) is a binational, treaty-based, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization with a mandate to identify the best and brightest minds in both countries and engage them in residential academic exchange.
- The mandate of Fulbright Canada is to enhance mutual understanding between the people of Canada and the people of the United States of America by providing support to outstanding individuals. These individuals conduct research, lecture, or enroll in formal academic programs in the other country. In doing so, Fulbright Canada aims to grow intellectual capacity, increase productivity, and assist in the shaping of future leaders