Minimum Requirements: The position requires an earned PhD in criminal justice, political science, or related fields with an exemplary record of publication, teaching, and service that qualifies the applicant for a tenured appointment. Additional required qualifications include the ability to articulate a clear vision for the Department; a demonstrated history of and commitment to collaborative leadership, consensus building, and faculty governance; the ability to teach undergraduate and graduate courses; effective oral and written communication and interpersonal skills; and university administrative experience. Preferred Requirements: Preferred qualifications include an established teaching and research record that qualifies the applicant for an appointment as full professor, as well as experience directing PhD students.
North Dakota State University (NDSU) seeks a senior scholar to lead the Department of Criminal Justice and Political Science. The chair serves a three-year renewable term and teaches two courses per year. The salary is competitive. The Department consists of five criminal justice and four political science faculty members; serves about 500 undergraduate majors; and offers undergraduate degrees in criminal justice and political science, as well as master's and PhD degrees in criminal justice.