- University of Colorado Boulder
- Location details
- Boulder, Colorado, USA
- Position type
- Organization type
- 4-year college or university
- Employment category
- Tenure Status
- Non-tenure track
The Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for sabbatical researchers to visit and serve as Sabbatical Fellows on an ongoing basis. Faculty in fields or with sabbatical projects related to conservative programs, projects, and/or activities of the Center are eligible to apply. Though it is assumed that Sabbatical Fellows will spend much of their time conducting their own research, the Center would expect them to participate in bi-weekly faculty seminars and other activities. Sabbatical Fellows will be appointed as Visiting Researcher, given office space in the Center, and University of Colorado privileges.
Anticipated start date: Fall 2024
What Your Key Responsibilities Will Be:
Work on faculty research that relates to the Benson Center's mission to promote critical reflection on the distinctive traditions and political perspectives that characterize Western Civilization. The visiting researcher will also be expected to participate in biweekly faculty seminars and other Center activities. Faculty in fields or with sabbatical projects related to conservative programs, projects, and/or activities of the Center are eligible to apply.
What We Can Offer:
Applicants should make every effort to bring their own funding to remain in residence. If such support is not possible, candidates with part-time support can apply for additional support from the Benson Center to match the home institution’s contribution (for instance, one semester of salary support to match the home institution’s sabbatical salary, plus a yearlong appointment in the Benson Center). If external funding is not available, the Benson Center will provide a monthly salary between $6,111.11 - $6,700 for a full-time position, dependent on experience. Benefits will also be provided for 50% time or greater appointments, including health insurance.
What We Require:
Completed Ph.D., or a doctoral degree in progress with a dissertation defense date scheduled.
To view the posting in its entirety and apply to this position, please visit: Visiting Researcher (colorado.edu)
Applications will be evaluated on the basis of their appropriateness to the mission of the Center. This position will remain open until finalists have been identified.
Note: Application materials will not be accepted via email. For consideration, applications must be submitted through CU Boulder Jobs.
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