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Human Resources — Job Applicant Tracking System
Dr. Joseph Farhat
Central Connecticut State University invites applications for a full-time, one year non-tenure-track position in Business Law at the Assistant/Associate Professor level to begin in the Fall of 2017. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate Business Law courses and contribute actively and effectively to student growth, service, and scholarship. Candidates are expected to be committed to multiculturalism and working with a diverse student body. The teaching load is four sections per semester.
The University: CCSU is one of four universities in the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities system. Excellent professors and a wide array of academic programs prepare students for success in whatever field they choose. Our motto welcomes everyone to “See Yourself @ CCSU”. CCSU serves approximately 12,200 students - 9,500 undergraduates, and 2,700 graduates with a richly diverse population: more than 30 percent of students are of traditional minority heritage. Visit our web site at http://www.ccsu.edu/.
The Community: CCSU is located in New Britain, a city of some 70,000, within a 10-minute drive to the state capital in Hartford. New Britain is home to the nationally recognized New Britain Museum of American Art and offers a range of cultural opportunities, including the New Britain Symphony Orchestra, two theatres, and an extensive park system. The University is approximately two hours (by car) from both Boston and New York City.
Application & Appointment: For full consideration, applications must be received by July 15, 2017. Salary and rank are commensurate with education and experience.
To apply, submit the following application information via email to Dr. Joseph Farhat at JosephFarhat@ccsu.edu:
Please redact any personally identifiable information (i.e., SSN, DOB, marital status) from any documents submitted. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Central Connecticut State University is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer