Accountability, Climate, Equity, and Scholarship (ACES) Assistant Professor - College of Arts & Scie
- Location details
- College Station, TX
- Position type
- Organization type
- 4-year college or university
- Employment category
- Tenure Status
- Non-tenure track
Texas A&M University’s Accountability, Climate, Equity, and Scholarship (ACES) Faculty Fellows Program is a faculty hiring program that connects early career faculty advancing outstanding scholarship with relevant disciplinary units on campus. Faculty are hired as ACES Assistant Professors with the expectation of transitioning to tenure track (pending departmental review) by the end of the fellowship period. ACES is administered by the Office for Diversity in partnership with the College of Arts & Sciences.
The ACES Faculty Fellows Program promotes the research, teaching, and scholarship of early career scholars who embrace the belief that diversity is an indispensable component of academic excellence. From this experience at Texas A&M, fellows should develop an understanding of the value of diversity and inclusion and the power that it holds for students, faculty, and staff to enrich their lives.
The Department of English welcomes ACES applicants in any area of English studies. We are especially interested in scholars whose research interests engage cross-cutting areas such as race, indigeneity and the decolonial, health humanities, gender studies, material/visual culture, digital humanities, and environmental studies. Our department’s undergraduate program includes the BA in English and minors in professional writing, health humanities, and science fiction and fantasy studies. To support access and inclusion in our classes, the English department has created Open Educational Resources for our multi-section writing courses and science fiction minor; papers from our recent symposium, Teaching Writing Now: Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice in the Writing Classroom, are forthcoming in Open Words: Access and English Studies. Graduate study at Texas A&M includes the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees, with opportunities to pursue certificates in Africana Studies, Digital Humanities, Film and Media Studies, Latino/a and Mexican American Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Humanities research at Texas A&M is supported by the Melbern G. Glasscock Humanities Research Center, the Center of Digital Humanities Research (CoDHR), and by the Texas A&M University Library, which houses special collections in Science Fiction & Fantasy, Texas & Borderlands, Book & Printing History, and Gender & Ethnic Studies (including the Don Kelly Research Collection of Gay Literature and Culture).
As a public, land-grant, Hispanic-serving (HSI) research university, Texas A&M upholds its responsibility to accountability, campus climate, equity, and scholarship by maintaining a campus that affirms equity and fosters inclusion and belonging. Significantly, Texas A&M holds itself accountable to improve campus climate and equity goals through clear, accessible measures.
ACES Assistant Professors are afforded access to invaluable academic and professional development experiences to advance their careers as scholars. The objective is for ACES Assistant Professors to transition to tenure-track faculty by the end of the fellowship. ACES Assistant Professors will benefit from: prescriptive mentoring, access to instructional best practices, a vast array of world-class research and productivity resources, and a robust network of renowned Texas A&M scholars from across disciplines.
ABOUT THE ACES FACULTY FELLOWS PROGRAM
· Texas A&M University’s ACES Faculty Fellows Program is an up to two-year (24 month) fellowship for early career PhDs. Applicants' degrees should be completed no more than four years from the time of application. ACES Assistant Professors begin their appointment in August.
· The benefits and stipend are department specific. Benefits including medical, dental, and vision are available. The faculty fellowship period generally begins August 1 and ends on July 31. Start dates are negotiable, but must commence between July 1 and August 10.
· ACES Assistant Professors will receive reimbursement for one-time relocation fees, a research and travel allowance as specified in the position description, and a private office.
· ACES Assistant Professors will teach one course per academic year, thereby benefiting from dedicated research time. Fellows will hold the title of ACES Assistant Professor.
· A hallmark of the Texas A&M University’s ACES Faculty Fellows Program is the mentoring ACES Assistant Professors will receive, as well as its attention to community-building.
Texas A&M University’s ACES Faculty Fellows Program is an up to two-year (24 month) fellowship for early career PhDs. Applicants' degrees should be completed no more than four years from the time of application. Applicants' should have earned their doctoral degrees (PhD) between January 1, 2019 and July 1, 2023.
Applications are welcome from scholars with a strength in, and evidence of, a respect for diversity and inclusion. We invite applications from scholars whose work aligns with a field in the College of Arts & Sciences in English.
Prior to beginning the online application, individuals are encouraged to review the instructions and the requested materials. Applications are due by 11:59 pm Eastern on February 15, 2023. The application for the Texas A&M University’s ACES Fellows Program requires submission of the following online at http://apply.interfolio.com/112818
1. Cover Letter (1-3) pages describing your interest in the position and providing preferred contact information (e.g., name, email, phone number, and address)
3. Research statement including proposal of scholarly project(s) (3-5 pages) conducted during the fellowship years
4. Teaching statement (1-3 pages) describing your teaching philosophy and focus
5. Diversity statement (1-3 pages) explaining how your scholarship, teaching, service and/or other experiences have demonstrated a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and how that commitment may benefit Texas A&M University
6. One writing sample (e.g., book chapter, chapter from your dissertation; journal article; work under review; or work in progress)
7. Contact information for three references including name, title, and contact information -- Please do not include your letters of reference with your application materials. The Office for Diversity will ask you for your letters if your application advances through the review process.
Please email email@example.com if you have any questions related to eligibility, technical issues with the application, or program details.
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