Department of Anthropology Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship for Diversity Program
Internal Review Application for Anthropology
The Department of Anthropology solicits applications for the Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship for Diversity Program. This one-year fellowship is designed to lead to a tenure-track assistant professor position. It is a competitive application process, first within the Department, and second within the University. In order to make the process as transparent and fair as possible for applicants, the Department of Anthropology will conduct a formal review process to rank all applicants in October. We are only able to nominate the very top-ranked candidates to the University review committee.
To be considered as a ranked Departmental nominee, all materials (except for the advisor’s letter) must be submitted to the Department of Anthropology by October 1. Please note this is one month ahead of the required University deadline of November 1.
Internal Application for the Department of Anthropology:
Please send an email with the following information, your cv, and personal statement to Departmental Chair, Professor Carole McGranahan at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1:
PhD institution and date conferred:
Potential Faculty Mentor:
Have you communicated with your potential mentor?:
The Department of Anthropology hires student hourly employees for a variety of purposes. Some faculty hire students to support research activities or for assistance with some courses. Anthropology may also hire students to support the administration of the academic programs. If you are a CU student and interested in working for the Anthropology Department, positions will be posted when they are available.
Anthropology offers Teaching Assistant (TA) and Graduate Part-Time Instructor ((GPTI) positions to graduate students. TA and GPTI positions are considered graduate student teaching appointments so the compensation, benefits, and responsibilities are different from regular employees. These positions are part of the departmental funding opportunities offered to current and new incoming graduate students, and it is important to point out that graduate students must be active and enrolled or recently admitted in the Department before being eligible for these positions. If you need additional information, please email Alison Davidson.
For more information about compensation and benefits of this kind of appointment, please visit the Graduate School website.
Anthropology and the Museum of Natural History may hire Lecturers, Adjunct Faculty, or Research Faculty to cover a wide variety of teaching research needs. If you are interested in joining Anthropology in a temporary faculty appointment, please email Diana Wilson with a letter of application and your CV.
If you are interested in teaching with the Museum of Natural History in a temporary appointment, please email a CV and cover letter to MFSinfo@colorado.edu.
Key responsibilities will be teaching in person, online, or a combination of both. For more information about compensation and the hiring process, please visit the A&S website.