International Development Studies

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CUPE 3912 Job Posting for Part-Time Instructor 

Course: IDST 4415/IDST 6641.1  

Course Title: Special Topic: Borders, Migration, and Development  

Department: International Development Studies Program, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University  Semester: Fall 2021 (September 8, 2021 – December 21, 2021)  

Schedule: Lectures: Mondays, 4:00 – 6:29 pm  

Course Description: 

This course explores the relationships between migrations, borders – as sites of spatial and temporal  control of transnational flows of goods, capital and people – and development in the context of Africa  and Europe. Moving beyond the discussions on diasporas and the effects of economic and social  remittances on poverty reduction the course will examine the theoretical constructs purporting to explain  migration from individual decision and family strategy models to more complex critical and Marxist  perspectives on migration as an integral part of colonial histories and of uneven capitalist development.  More recent approaches to migration studies including those factoring in institutions, migrant networks,  globalization processes, migration policies and governance, gender differences, environmental  degradation and political and ethnic strife and violence will also be discussed.  

Cross border flows, within and out of Africa and its sub regions, will be examined in their historical and  quantitative dimensions. There will be a discussion of various categories of flows (seasonal, circular,  labour, irregular, forced, trafficking) and the effects on these flows of borders as spatial  exclusionary/inclusionary mechanisms and as temporal controls leaving some migrants in uncertainty  and precarity for long periods of time. The changing volumes of African migrations with the emergence  of migration corridors between African countries and from Africa to the Global North, shape a mobility  pattern in which half of African nations’ emigrants move and live within the region and the other half  live outside Africa with the large majority in Europe. This pattern, explained by historical ties,  geographic proximity and migration chains, is being increasingly challenged by European Union leaders  and bureaucrats.  

The externalization policy adopted by the EU consists in “debordering” the Union i.e. pushing the border  to Africa and the Middle East with massive outlays of migration – tied development aid to origin and  corridor states aiming to contain mobility through local development, better border enforcement and return acceptance. The course will encourage debate on this and other migration management policies  from the Global North and the collective and individual responses of African states.  

Additional Details:  

Qualifications:  

The successful applicant will possess a PhD in IDS or a related field. They will be a migration and  development scholar with a research focus on the Africa-EU nexus and university teaching experience  at upper undergraduate and graduate levels. Although PhDs are preferred, ABDs might be considered  under exceptional circumstances. Experience with remote / online delivery is an asset.  

Duties:  

Duties and responsibilities include course/lecture preparation and delivery; preparation and evaluation  of all student assessments). Preferred mode of online delivery is asynchronous.  

Remuneration:  

Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and  CUPE3912.  

How to Apply:  

Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s  precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s  University should submit a cover letter and a C.V. Applicants who do not currently hold a part-time  teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a  cover letter, CV, proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any  evidence of teaching effectiveness).  

Submissions are made as a single PDF file sent directly via email to: ids@smu.ca

Application deadline: July 15, 2021 

Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment  equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities,  Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and  permanent residents of Canada. 

 


CUPE 3912 Job Posting for Part-Time Instructor 

Course: IDST 4843.1/6805.1  

Course Title: Conflict, Security and Development  

Department: International Development Studies 

Semester: Fall 2021 (September 08 – December 21) 

Schedule: Lectures Thursdays, 10:00 am – 11:15 am 

Academic Calendar Description: 

The purpose of this course is to critically examine the relationship between conflict, security, and  development. Specific emphasis is given to building a theoretically informed understanding of both the  causes and framings of conflict and war in selected locations in the Global South, and to critically  reviewing national and international responses and interventions, related to conflict and security for the  purpose of sustainable development. Another special focus of this course will be on the role of children  in armed conflict and on collaboration between military and humanitarian organizations to support  security and development. The course will utilize case studies to animate the themes covered  throughout the term. 

Additional Details: 

Qualifications: 

The preferred applicant will have a PhD in International Development Studies or a related discipline,  and research experience related to conflict, security and development. University teaching experience  is a must. Experience with remote /online delivery is an asset. While this course is currently planned  for face-to-face on-campus delivery, public health and university regulations will be closely monitored  and necessary adjustments will be made. 

Duties: 

Duties and responsibilities include course/lecture preparation and delivery (possibly remote, as required; preparation and evaluation of all student assessments) 

Remuneration: 

Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912 

How to Apply:  

Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s  precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s  University should submit a cover letter and a C.V. Applicants who do not currently hold a part-time  teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a  cover letter, CV, proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and  any evidence of teaching effectiveness).  

Submissions are made as a single PDF file sent directly via email to: ids@smu.ca

Application deadline: July 13, 2021 

Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment  equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities,  Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and  permanent residents of Canada.

 

CUPE 3912 Job Posting for Part-Time Instructor  

Course: IDST 3380.1  

Course Title: Health and Development  

Department: International Development Studies, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University. 

Semester: Fall 2021 (September 08 – December 21)  

Schedule: Lectures Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00 – 2:15  

Academic Calendar Description:  

Health is considered to enable national development and is also an end goal of development policy and  practice. Fostering a healthy population is of critical concern to international development policy and  practice. At the same time the right to health is a human right, enshrined in International Human Rights  law. Students will explore the relationship between health and development, taking examples from  around the world. Students will examine how different social and economic policies influence health  and well-being, and critically explore the impacts of national and global medical and public health  programs.  

Additional Details:  

Qualifications:  

Preferred applicant will have a PhD in International Development Studies or a related discipline.  University teaching experience is a must, in particular at lower level undergraduate courses. Experience  with remote /online delivery is an asset. While this course is currently planned for face-to-face on campus delivery, public health and university regulations will be closely monitored and necessary  adjustments will be made.  

Duties:  

Duties and responsibilities include course/lecture preparation and delivery (possibly remote, as required;  preparation and evaluation of all student assessments)  

Remuneration:  

Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and  CUPE 3912 

International Development Studies  

902-420-5768  

ids@smu.ca  

How to Apply:  

Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s  precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s  University should submit a cover letter and a C.V. Applicants who do not currently hold a part-time  teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a  cover letter, CV, proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any  evidence of teaching effectiveness).  

Submissions are made as a single PDF file sent directly via email to: ids@smu.ca Application deadline: July 07, 2021  

Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment  equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities,  Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and  permanent residents of Canada.

 

DAL
Position Title Part-Time Academic- INTD 3002.03-Development Practices
Posting Number PTAP712P
Department/Unit International Develop Studies
Location Halifax
Job Summary & Key Responsibilities A part-time academic is required to teach INTD 3002.03, “Development Practices”, in the fall term of the 2021-22 academic year, September 1 to December 31, 2021. The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching, grading and administration of the class, including the required tutorials. In addition, the part-time academic is to be available for two hours per week outside of class time for student consultation. This class is offered in the fall term. The part-time academic reports to the Chair of the IDSDepartment.

The expectation is this course will be taught in-person; however, due to the current COVID-19 outbreak and ongoing extensions to social distance protocols, Dalhousie University may elect to move this course online for the Fall semester. Experience with teaching in an online environment is required. All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (support@dal.ca ) to deliver their courses online. More information about preparing to teach online can be found at https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt.html .

Qualifications/Requirements of Position University degree in International Development Studies or a closely related discipline. Significant practical, teaching and research experience in development planning, development project design and administration, proposal writing, and project monitoring and evaluation is required.
Salary Range/Pay Rate As per CUPE Collective Agreement
Additional Information All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.
Term of appointment September 1 -December 31, 2021
Open Date 05/11/2021
Close Date 05/21/2021
Open Until Filled
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Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  3. List of referees


Position Title Part-Time Academic-Special Topics : INTD 3102.03- Coffee and Development
Posting Number PTAP711P
Department/Unit International Develop Studies
Location Halifax
Job Summary & Key Responsibilities A part-time academic is required to teach INTD 3102.03, “Coffee and Development”, in the fall term of the 2021-22 academic year, September 1 to December 31, 2021. The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching, grading and administration of the class, including the required tutorials. In addition, the part-time academic is to be available for two hours per week outside of class time for student consultation. The part-time academic reports to the Chair of the IDS Department.

The expectation is this course will be taught in-person; however, due to the current COVID-19 outbreak and ongoing extensions to social distance protocols, Dalhousie University may elect to move this course online for the Fall semester. Experience with teaching in an online environment is required. All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (support@dal.ca ) to deliver their courses online. More information about preparing to teach online can be found at https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt.html .

Qualifications/Requirements of Position A graduate degree in International Development Studies or a closely related discipline. Coffee and Development will focus on the human and environmental costs of extractive colonialism and capitalism through the lens of coffee. It will examine the ways coffee is used as a means and commodity. Significant practical, teaching and research experience on the global coffee industry and International Development Studies is required.
Salary Range/Pay Rate Per CUPE Collective Agreement
Additional Information All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.
Term of appointment As per CUPE Collective Agreement
Open Date 05/11/2021
Close Date 05/21/2021
Open Until Filled
Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  3. List of referees
SMU

CUPE 3912 Job Posting for Part-Time Instructor 

Course : IDST 2826.1  

Course Title: Rising Powers in a Globalized World  

Department: International Development Studies, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University.

Semester: Fall 2021 (September 08 – December 21)  

Schedule: Lectures Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:30-12:45  

Academic Calendar Description:  

This course will explore how the emerging national economics of the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and  China) nations developed in the post-WWII era, as well as the challenges they currently face. From an  international development perspective, this course will debate: the successes and failures of these  nations from economic, political, social, and cultural perspectives; if countries such as South Africa,  Indonesia, Mexico, and South Korea warrant inclusion into BRIC; and how all these emerging markets  will affect development strategies in the coming decades. This will be done by analyzing the role of both  state and non-state actors, as well as their decisions at the local, national, and international levels.  

Additional Details:  

Qualifications:  

Preferred applicant will have a PhD-level research experience. Applicants must possess a degree name in IDS or related field. University teaching experience a must, in particular at lower level undergraduate  courses. Experience with remote /online delivery is an asset. While this course is currently planned for  face-to-face on-campus delivery, public health and university regulations will be closely monitored and  necessary adjustments will be made.  

Duties:  

Duties and responsibilities include course/lecture preparation and delivery (possibly remote, as required;  preparation and evaluation of all student assessments)  

Remuneration:  

Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE  3912  

How to Apply:  

Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s  precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s  University should submit a cover letter and a C.V. Applicants who do not currently hold a part-time  teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a cover  letter, CV, proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any  evidence of teaching effectiveness). 

Submissions are made as a single PDF file sent directly via email to: ids@smu.ca

Application deadline: May 15, 2021  

Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment  equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities,  Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and  permanent residents of Canada. 

DAL


Position Title Part-Time Academic – Children and War – INTD 4322.03/INTD 5004.03
Posting Number PTAP574P
Department/Unit International Develop Studies
Location Halifax
Job Summary & Key Responsibilities A part-time academic is required to teach INTD 4322.03/5004.03, Children and War (held in conjunction with POLI 3810 and POLI 5602). The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching, grading and administration of the class, including being available for two hours per week outside of class time for student consultation. The class will be offered in the summer term, from July 5, 2021-July 16, 2021. This is an online synchronous class, taught Monday through Friday from 1:05-4:55 p.m. All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (support@dal.ca). More information about preparing to teach online can be found at https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt.html . The part-time academic reports to the chair of the department.
Qualifications/Requirements of Position PhD in International Development or closely related discipline. Teaching, research and practical experience in the area of children and armed conflict essential.
Salary Range/Pay Rate As per CUPE Collective Agreement.
Additional Information All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit https://www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.
Term of appointment July 5-16, 2021
Open Date 01/21/2021
Close Date 01/31/2021
Open Until Filled
Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  3. List of referees

Position Title Part-Time Academic – INTD 3103.03 – Special Topics: Law and Development (online)
Posting Number PTAP571P
Department/Unit International Develop Studies
Location Halifax
Job Summary & Key Responsibilities A part-time academic is required to teach (INTD 3103.03, Special Topics: Law and Development). The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching, grading and administration of the class, including being available for two hours per week outside of class time for student consultation. This class will be offered in the summer term, from June 3, 2021-June 24, 2021. This is an online class. All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (support@dal.ca). More information about preparing to teach online can be found at https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt.html. The part-time academic reports to the Chair of the department.
Qualifications/Requirements of Position Ph.D. in International Development Studies and/or Master of Laws. Experience and expertise in the field of “law and development” essential. Previous teaching experience required.
Salary Range/Pay Rate As per CUPE Collective Agreement
Additional Information All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.
Term of appointment June 3-24, 2021
Open Date 01/14/2021
Close Date 01/26/2021
Open Until Filled
Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  3. List of referees

 


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Course:            IDST 4463/6663.1 Latin America: Contemporary Development IssuesDepartment:    International Development Studies, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University.Semester:         Summer 2021 (May 3, 2021 – June 19, 2021)Schedule:         Online teaching (asynchronous), web courseCourse Description:This web-based course explores development issues in the context of Latin America, focusing on the nation-state and its development strategies, as well as issues of economic and social development. Issues include the impact of globalization and liberalization, efforts towards political democratization including the role of popular organizations and alternative approaches articulated by Latin American scholars and grassroots organizations. Sub-regional differences will be identified.Additional Details:Qualifications:Preferred applicant will have a PhD-level research experience. Applicants must be at least ABDs in IDS or related field. University teaching experience a must. Experience with remote /online delivery is an asset. As University courses for the summer semester will be offered mostly online, asynchronous teaching is required for this course.Duties:Duties and responsibilities include course/lecture preparation and remote/online delivery; preparation and evaluation of all student assessments). Applicants should note that this is a cross-level, undergraduate/graduate course.Remuneration:Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912.How to Apply: Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a cover letter and a C.V. Applicants who do not currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a cover letter, CV, proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness).Submissions are made as a single PDF file sent directly via email to: ids@smu.ca.Application deadline: December 14, 2020Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
Course:            IDST 3401.1 Seminar in Development Studies: Conceptual FoundationsDepartment:    International Development Studies, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University.Semester:         Summer 2021 (May 3, 2021 – June 19, 2021)Schedule:         Online teaching (asynchronous), web courseCourse Description:This web-based course examines key concepts, perspectives and theoretical approaches to dealing with issues affecting developing countries, such as industrial development, rural development, economic prosperity, community development etc. The acquisition by students of an analytical and critical assessment of these approaches will be strongly emphasized.Additional Details:Qualifications:Preferred applicant will have a PhD-level research experience. Applicants must be at least ABDs in IDS or related field. University teaching experience a must, in particular at lower level undergraduate courses. Experience with remote /online delivery is an asset. As University courses for the summer semester will be offered mostly online, asynchronous teaching is required for this course.Duties:Duties and responsibilities include course/lecture preparation and remote/online delivery; preparation and evaluation of all student assessments).Remuneration:Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912.How to Apply: Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a cover letter and a C.V. Applicants who do not currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a cover letter, CV, proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness).Submissions are made as a single PDF file sent directly via email to: ids@smu.ca.Application deadline: December 14, 2020Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.Course:            IDST 2302.1 Introduction to Development Studies: Policies and PracticesDepartment:    International Development Studies, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University.Semester:         Summer 2021 (July 5, 2021 – Aug 21, 2021)Schedule:         Online teaching (asynchronous), web courseCourse Description:This is a continuation of IDST 2301, and explores real world, past and current development policies and how they are formulated and applied to specific development problems through programs, institutional practices, or community initiatives. It examines the role of the state, local community organizations, and other actors who contribute to the policy-making process and critically analyzes policy successes and failuresAdditional Details:Qualifications:Preferred applicant will have a PhD-level research experience. Applicants must be at least ABDs in IDS or related field. University teaching experience a must, in particular at lower level undergraduate courses. Experience with remote /online delivery is an asset. As University courses for the summer semester will be offered mostly online, asynchronous teaching is required for this course.Duties:Duties and responsibilities include course/lecture preparation and remote/online delivery; preparation and evaluation of all student assessments).Remuneration:Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912.How to Apply: Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a cover letter and a C.V. Applicants who do not currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a cover letter, CV, proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness).Submissions are made as a single PDF file sent directly via email to: ids@smu.ca.Application deadline: December 14, 2020Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.Course:            IDST 2301.1 Introduction to Development Studies: PerspectivesDepartment:    International Development Studies, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University.Semester:         Summer 2021 (May 3, 2021 – June 19, 2021)Schedule:         Online teaching (asynchronous), web courseCourse Description:This web-based course introduces students to the nature and scope of development studies as an interdisciplinary field. The course explores the definitions of development, development explanations of poverty and prosperity in many regions of the world and examines a wide spectrum of problems that confront the so-called developing world. The course has been fully developed in an on-line format.Additional Details:Qualifications:Preferred applicant will have a PhD-level research experience. Applicants must be at least ABDs in IDS or related field. University teaching experience a must, in particular at lower level undergraduate courses. Experience with remote /online delivery is an asset. As University courses for the summer semester will be offered mostly online, asynchronous teaching is required for this course.Duties:Duties and responsibilities include course/lecture preparation and remote/online delivery; preparation and evaluation of all student assessments).Remuneration:Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between Saint Mary’s University and CUPE 3912.How to Apply: Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a cover letter and a C.V. Applicants who do not currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a cover letter, CV, proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness).Submissions are made as a single PDF file sent directly via email to: ids@smu.ca.Application deadline: December 14, 2020Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.