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Faculty position: Sport Management (sport sociology, ethics) at Washington State University

The Sport Management Program at Washington State University is seeking to hire a clinical assistant professor for a Fall 2014 start date. This is a fulltime temporary teaching position (12 credit teaching load each semester). A person holding this position may be promotable to clinical associate professor after five years in rank. Qualified candidates will have completed their Ph.D. before the official start date of August 16, 2014.

We are seeking a person who has the ability to teach primarily in the areas of sport sociology and ethics in sport management. Teaching may also be assigned (as needed) in other courses, including introduction to sport management, sport organization theory/behavior, sport communication, and sport event/facility management. Assigned courses may be in our undergraduate program, or our Master’s program, as needed. We offer an online Master’s degree program in addition to our on-campus Master’s, so it is possible that one or more assigned courses would be in an online delivery format.

To apply, please email or send a letter of application, curriculum vita, and contact information for three references to me at the address below by May 1. In the letter of application, please indicate the courses in which you have teaching expertise. Those selected for interviews will be interviewed via Skype or similar technology. 

Cathryn L. Claussen, J.D.

Professor & Director, Sport Management Program

Dept. of Educational Leadership, Sport Studies, & Educational/Counseling Psychology

P.O. Box 642136

Cleveland Hall 351

Washington State University

Pullman, WA 99164-2136

Phone: (509) 335-7232

Fax: (509) 335-6961