Job Announcement: Health and Social Change in Africa

Published: January 8th, 2016

Category: News

The University of Florida is looking for a new faculty member in the area of ‘Health and Social Change in Africa’. This preeminence position is for exceptional candidates at the Assistant level, or Associate or Full Professors. This position would be in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) which is home to many departments, including Geography, and will also link directly to the Center for African Studies.

A geographer would be an excellent fit given the topics of interest, which include, but are not limited to: health policy and institutions, demography, migration, environmental change, war and conflict, political and/or cultural change, economic development, political economy of health and healthcare, globalization, or other major aspects of social change and transition in Africa. If joining Geography, the faculty would join an exciting and engaged group of scholars already working in Africa (Drs. Brian Child, Jane Southworth, Peter Waylen, Sadie Ryan, Barbara McDade-Gordon, Michael Binford, Abe Goldman, Jason Blackburn and Greg Glass) and in Health and Disease (Drs. Sadie Ryan, Greg Glass, Jason Blackburn and Liang Mao).
Applications commence review on January 11th and if you wish to find the full job advertisement and to apply please see below:
http://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/cw/en-us/job/495251/preeminence-associatefull-professor-in-public-health-social-change-in-africa

 

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