The Andrew Bodenrader Center for Academic Writing & Composition at Manhattanville College is seeking an adjunct instructor for the Fall 2019 semester to teach one section of College Writing I on Tuesdays and Fridays, 9:20-10:35 AM. Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to teaching, strong communication skills, and an ability to work with students at various levels of writing proficiency. Instructors must have a Master’s degree in a relevant field, at least one year of experience teaching writing at the college level, and experience working with multilingual students.
Manhattanville College (www.manhattanville.edu) is an independent, co-educational liberal arts institution dedicated to academic excellence, and social and civic action. Founded in 1841, the College offers more than 50 undergraduate areas of study in the arts and sciences, as well as graduate programs in education, business, and creative writing. Manhattanville prepares students to be ethical and socially responsible leaders in a global community. Located just 30 minutes from New York City, Manhattanville serves 1,700 undergraduate students and 1,000 graduate students from more than 50 countries and 30 states. Manhattanville College is committed to equality of educational opportunity, and is an equal opportunity employer. The College does not discriminate against current or prospective students and employees on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic.
The department of Sociology and Anthropology at Manhattanville College seeks an adjunct instructor to teach one section of Introduction to Sociology for the FA'19 Semester (Aug 26 start date). The class can be taught 2 days per week: Tuesdays & Fridays 1.25 hours per class or 1 day per week on Wednesday, 2.5 hours per class. The successful candidate must holda minimum of a Master’s degree in Sociology or show strong teaching experience in a related discipline.
SOC 1001 - Introduction to Sociology
This course provides an overview of the broad scope of the discipline of sociology. Basic concepts and theories will be discussed as students are introduced to the major fields of study within sociology. The sociological perspective, as a useful view of the human condition, will serve as the central theme of the course.
The Center for Global and International Studies and Asian Studies department at Manhattanville College are seeking an adjunct instructor to teach one section of GINS 1010 Global Economy (MR 12:10-1:35pm) and one section of ASN 1005 Greater Asia: Introduction to Asian, Middle Eastern, and North African Studies (MR 4:20-5:35pm) in Fall 2019. Potential candidates must have a minimum of a Masters degree in a related discipline (Anthropology, Asian/Middle Eastern Studies, History, Political Science, Sociology, Economics) or enrollment in a Ph.D. program. Prior college teaching experience preferred.
GINS 1010 Global Economy
This course is designed for Global and International Studies majors and others interested in the workings of the modern world economy, the dynamics of the development process, and the economic interconnections between nations. The course presents the intuition of relevant economic theories and applies them to the many controversies surrounding globalization and development.
ASN 1005 Greater Asia
In this course, students will learn about contemporary issues in the greater Asia region - for example, the Rohingya refugees, the Arab Spring, and informal politics in the streets of Egypt. Greater Asia encompasses the following regions: Asia-Pacific, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Middle East and North Africa. The course will bring together countries in the regions as bound by their common histories and themes that appear across state and regional boundaries. Topics include: democracy and authoritarianism, social and political movements, migration and refugees, poverty and development, and the politics of informality.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) is seeking engaging, experienced business professionals to teach various business classes for our graduate degree programs, with an immediate need for:
MFIN 5710 Global Investments
In recent years international financial markets have become more closely integrated, with cross-border capital flows reaching $4.4 trillion by the end of 2010. In particular, the sovereign debt markets have exploded, with government borrowing rising rapidly during the ongoing credit crisis. International financial markets present unique challenges to investors, offering a wider variety of opportunities along with an additional set of risks relative to domestic markets. Successful global investing requires an in-depth understanding of the types of products that are traded, how international investing can increase diversification benefits, how international investors are exposed to foreign exchange and sovereign risk and other factors unique to the international markets. The course covers each of these topics in detail along with a discussion of hedging strategies, including extensive coverage of foreign exchange derivatives.
Additional teaching opportunities are available in the following content areas:
Human Resource Management
Marketing Communication Management
Finance classes are taught on weekday evenings, one evening per week. Other content areas are taught in the evenings or weekends. A minimum of a Master’s degree in the field of study or a related discipline is required.
The Department of Biology at Manhattanville College is looking for an instructor to teach Biostatistics to upper level science majors for Fall 2019. This course will cover quantitative methods used in biological investigation. Students will learn how statistics are used in biology, and, how data are collected, summarized, and analyzed. Topics will include an introduction to descriptive statistics, basic probability, and differences between parametric and non-parametric tests. Various statistical methods will be covered, including ANOVA, regression analysis, correlation coefficients, as well as Chi-square and frequency distributions. The analysis of datasets will also be an important part of the course.
Manhattanville College is an independent, coeducational, liberal arts college with a nationally and internationally diverse student body of approximately 1,500 undergraduates and 900 graduate students, located 28 miles north of New York City on 100 acres. Building on its heritage of social justice and social activism, the College prepares students through rigorous academic and co-curricular programs, for ethical and socially-responsible leadership in a global community. We achieve this through integrated learning that combines classroom rigor with experiential opportunities, leadership with service, intimate attention with global reach, progressive change with enduring values, social commitment with ethical responsibility, and diversity with community. The College is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. We are committed to hiring qualified and diverse candidates and creating a community that is welcoming to all people, and made up of a diverse group of people.
Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in biology or a related field, and be able to demonstrate teaching experience with undergraduates. For consideration, send cover letter and CV to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Field Supervisor for Students/Supervised Teachers
The School of Education at Manhattanville College is seeking part time field supervisors to work with student/supervised teachers. Field Supervisors visit student/supervised teachers at their schools during the day to observe lessons, and teach a weekly seminar either at the college or a remote location. Observations may be done in Westchester County, Putnam County, Rockland County, the Bronx, Manhattan, Connecticut, or other locations as needed. Prospective candidates are needed with teacher certification and experience in the following areas:
Childhood Education (1 – 6)
Special Education (B – 2, 1 – 6, 7 – 12)
Early Childhood Education (B – 2)
Math (5 – 9, 7 – 12)
Science (5 – 9, 7 – 12)
Social Studies (5 – 9, 7 – 12) ELA (5 – 9, 7 – 12)
World Languages (7 – 12)
Teaching a weekly seminar to a small group of student/supervised teachers.
Visiting schools during the day and completing observations of student/supervised teachers.
Assisting student/supervised teachers, as appropriate, with the completion of edTPA portfolios.
For consideration, send cover letter; curriculum vitae; and the names and contact information of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sport Business Management Adjunct Instructor
Department: School of Graduate and Professional Studies
Manhattanville College is engaged in a search for adjunct faculty to teach in its M.S. degree in Sport Business Management. The curriculum covers the full range of sports management topics with emphasis on the business side of the industry.
We are seeking faculty for the following courses:
MSBM 5011 Entrepreneurship
MSBM 5012 Strategic Negotiations
MSBM 5013 Creativity & Critical Thinking In Organizations
MSBM 5014 Leading Change
MSBM 5015 Project Management
MSBM 5016 Information Technology Management
MSBM 5017 Communications & Effective Leadership
Candidates should have academic or business experience in sports management and at least a Master's degree.