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Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and the Institute for Inclusion, Inquiry, & Innovation (iCubed), seek up to ten (10) 12-month visiting scholars to address persistent issues facing urban communities.
The scholars, broadly defined, will collaboratively develop one of four transdisciplinary cores, and will further scholarship and relationships in support of a core mission. They will contribute approx. 29 hours / week to core duties. Depending on the position, duties may include:
Positions begin July 1, 2019. Scholars are eligible for an $80,000 stipend plus $6,000 intended towards health coverage and up to $2,500 for research. Positions are part-time/ not eligible for VCU health benefits. After the fellowship, scholars may be presented with opportunities for continuous engagement, through full time employment. Opportunities will depend on qualifications, job performance, need, unit processes, and budget.
*Non-exhaustive discipline list; needs vary by position:
African American Studies ∙ Education ∙ Learning Sciences ∙ Psychology ∙ Public Health ∙ Public Policy/ Administration ∙ Environmental Affairs ∙ Sociology ∙ Social Work ∙ Education Criminology ∙ Sociology ∙ Visual Arts ∙ Performing Arts ∙ Gender / Sexuality Studies ∙ Engineering Bioinformatics ∙ Computer Science ∙ Social Policy ∙ Political Science ∙ Integrated Life Sciences ∙ Environmental Studies ∙ Urban/ Regional Planning
Full position descriptions / application links: https://icubed.vcu.edu/apply/
VCU is an EEO/AA employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For questions about iCubed or the application process, contact Emily Avesian firstname.lastname@example.org
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