College of Liberal Arts, Opportunity for Adjunct/Part-Time Instructors

Morgan State University is an urban institution, with diverse faculty and student populations. The College of Liberal Arts at Morgan State University is establishing a pool of applicants to fill potential part-time adjunct teaching positions in its various departments.

The College seeks qualified candidates to teach foundational and specialized courses in Economics, English, History and Geography, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Political Science, and Sociology and Anthropology. Within these areas, section topics include, among others: introductory economics; composition, research and humanities; world and American history; logic and critical thinking; U.S. and international government, law, politics, policy and administration; and sociology and criminal justice.

While the College prefers applicants with doctoral degrees, teaching experience and a commitment to student learning are a must. Minimum qualification is a Master's degree in the specific discipline in which you are applying to teach. Email your CV or resume, and a brief letter of interest, as well as a statement of teaching philosophy to the appropriate chairperson listed below. While unofficial transcripts are acceptable for initial review, official transcripts should be forwarded by mail to the academic department for which you are applying. Serious candidates should be prepared to submit three (3) recent professional letters of recommendation.

Morgan State University
College of Liberal Arts
Attn: 2015-16 Teaching
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251
http://www.morgan.edu/cla
443-885-3090

Qualified applications should review the announcements below and submit application material to the appropriate department(s). Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted by the respective chairperson. Compensation is dependent on qualifications. EEO/AA

Department of Psychology

The Department of Psychology at Morgan State University seeks part-time adjunct faculty to teach undergraduate Psychology courses and graduate courses in the Psychometrics Program.  Area of specialization is open.  Those with expertise to teach courses in research methods, experimental psychology, statistics, history and systems and social psychology are encouraged to apply.  Morgan State University is an urban institution with diverse student and faculty populations. 

While PhDs are preferred, teaching experience and interest in student learning are required. Email your CV or resume and a brief letter of interest to the Psychology Department. Official transcripts should also be forwarded by mail to the Department.

Send inquiries to:
Dr. Jocelyn Turner-Musa, Interim Chair
Morgan State University
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD21251
jocelyn.turnermusa@morgan.edu
Phone: 443-885-3290


Department of Economics

The Department of Economics of Morgan State University seeks adjunct faculty to teach undergraduate foundational Economics courses. There are also opportunities to teach specialized courses related to Urban Economics. Our goal is to interest students in the economic and financial issues that impact their lives. Morgan Stet University is an urban institution, with diverse faculty and student populations. While we prefer those with PhDs, teaching experience and interest in the student learning are required. Email your CV or resume and a brief letter of interest to the Department. Official transcripts should also be forwarded by mail to the Department.

Send inquiries to:
Dr. Linda Loubert, Interim Chair
Morgan State University
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD21251
linda.loubert@morgan.edu
Phone: 443-885-3662


Department of English and Language Arts

The Morgan State University Department of English seeks applicants to teach its Foundational Composition and Research and Humanities courses. While we prefer those with doctoral degrees, teaching experience and a commitment to student learning are required. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to working with an ethnically and culturally diverse student population. Send your CV or resume and brief letter of interest to the department. Forward an official transcript as well.

Send inquiries to:
Dr. Dolan Hubbard, Chair
Department of English and Language Arts
Morgan State University
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Balitmore, MD 21251
Dolan.Hubbard@morgan.edu
443-885-3165


Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies seeks applicants to teach Critical Thinking, Logic, and Ethics. Ability to teach Introduction to Critical Thinking and Ethics is necessary. Ph.D. prior to appointment preferred, but not required. Send complete dossier including letter of reference regarding teaching, a curriculum vitae, an official transcript, a narrative describing your teaching philosophy, and any additional documentation (e.g., evidence of teaching effectiveness) to:

Dr. Seth Vannatta, Interim Chair
Dept. of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Morgan State University
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251.
Seth.Vannatta@morgan.edu
443.885.3436


Department of Political Science

The Department of Political Science seeks to hire qualified candidates with terminal degrees in Political Science from an accredited institution. The department seeks expertise in all the subfields: American Government, Political Theory, International Relations, Comparative Government, Public Policy and Administration; Legal Studies. Candidates must have a record of teaching and research and the ability to work with students of diverse backgrounds and experiences.

Send inquiries to:

Dr. Max Hilaire, Chair
Department of Political Science
Morgan State University
1700 E. Cold Spring Land
Baltimore, MD 21251
Max.Hilaire@morgan.edu
443.885.3277


Department of Sociology & Anthropology

The Department of Sociology & Anthropology, which also houses the program in Criminal Justice, is establishing a pool of applicants to fill potential part-time adjunct teaching positions. The department seeks to hire individuals to teach its foundational courses. Those with expertise to teach specialized courses, particularly related to the urban environment and the experiences of diverse ethnic groups, should consider teaching a course.

While we prefer those with doctoral degrees, teaching experience and a commitment to student learning are a must. Email your CV or resume and a brief letter of interest. Official transcripts should also be forwarded to the Department.

Send inquiries to:
Dr. Stella Hargett, Interim Chair
Morgan State University
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251
Stella.Hargett@morgan.edu
443-885-3338