September 2013 Archives

Position: Tenure-Track Family and Consumer Sciences -Family Services Assistant Professor.

Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate and graduate level courses with emphases in family services. Course emphases may include but are not limited to adolescence and the family, family policy, family and human development theories, family resiliency, and other appropriate Family and Consumer Sciences courses. In addition to teaching, conduct research/scholarly activities, and provide service to the university, the larger community, and the profession.

The Department of Consumer Sciences, College of Human Environmental Sciences at The University of Alabama is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position. The department offers a bachelor's degree in Consumer Sciences with concentrations in family financial planning and counseling, and consumer affairs and a master's degree with either a focus in family financial planning and counseling or consumer economics.

The Department of Consumer Sciences, College of Human Environmental Sciences at The University of Alabama is seeking applicants for a tenure-track assistant professor position. The department offers a bachelor's degree in Consumer Sciences with concentrations in family financial planning and counseling, and consumer affairs and a master's degree with either a focus in family financial planning and counseling or consumer economics.

The Department of Consumer Sciences, College of Human Environmental Sciences at The University of Alabama is seeking applicants for an Assistant Professor teaching position. This is a non-tenure earning, renewable position. The department offers a bachelor's degree in Consumer Sciences with concentrations in family financial planning and counseling, and consumer affairs and a master's degree with either a focus in family financial planning and counseling or consumer economics.

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