AnnouncementsPosted: Monday, June 10, 2019
Open Forums: Assistant Professor, Africana Studies Initiative - Candidate 2: June 12
The search committee for the assistant professor of the Africana Studies Initiative invites the campus community to attend both of the following open presentations by the second candidate for the position on Wednesday, June 12, in Technology Building 160. The search committee encourages the campus community to provide feedback by completing a survey following each presentation. The candidate’s curriculum vitae and the survey will be available at the presentations. Questions may be directed to search chair Amitra Wall.
The candidate will offer a 50-minute teaching demonstration on the rise of the black studies movement. The candidate will be explicit about connecting the lesson to his or her discipline and incorporate a variety of disciplinary lenses. A question-and-answer session will follow.
The candidate will offer a 30-minute research presentation that connects his or her research interests to Buffalo State’s Interdisciplinary Africana Studies Initiative. The research will focus primarily on the candidate’s area of expertise.
About the PRODI-G and Africana Studies Initiative
PRODI-G ("Promoting Recruitment, Opportunity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Growth") aims to increase the representation of historically underrepresented faculty members at SUNY, including underrepresented minority faculty in general, and female faculty of all races in the STEM fields. As part of a campuswide initiative to hire a cluster of faculty with a strong commitment to teaching, scholarship, and service that promotes the success of our diverse student body, Buffalo State seeks to hire individuals who have interdisciplinary teaching and research interests related to our Interdisciplinary Africana Studies Initiative. These faculty members will contribute to the Africana studies program; their areas of specialization in teaching and scholarship, as well the academic departments housing their appointments, are open.
Tuesday, June 11, 2019