Wayne State University

Art dept. is accepting part-time faculty applications...

The James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History at Wayne State University is accepting applications for inclusion in Part-Time Faculty hiring pools in all programs including Fine Arts, Design, and Art History. To see a listing of specific pools, go to the following link: http://art.wayne.edu/facultypt.php

An applicant may specify which existing courses the applicant is qualified to teach. The department is not seeking proposals for new courses.

Part-time faculty generally teach one course and occasionally two courses per semester. In art and design a three-credit course can involve five and one-half contact hours per week. In art history and in seminars, a three-credit course can involve three contact hours per week. Part-time faculty are responsible for instructing students during the course hours, evaluating student work completed in the course, and holding office hours on a regular basis.

To be eligible for consideration, a candidate should possess a master’s degree in a field of specialization appropriate to the area of assignment. Candidates should submit a portfolio including the following: a letter of application (the letter of application must identify the specific hiring pool or pools being applied for), curriculum vitae, 20 images of art or design (where applicable) on a CD, 20 images of student works in art and design (where applicable) on a CD, and a short statement of teaching philosophy of not more than one page in length. Applicants who would like their materials returned after review should include a SASE.

Please send the materials via US Mail to the following address:
James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History
Wayne State University
150 Art Building
Detroit, MI 48202
Attention John Richardson, RE: PTF application

Please note: This is a request for applications to be included in a hiring pool only. Acceptance into a hiring pool does not represent an offer of employment in the Department of Art and Art History. Applicants will be notified prior to September 1st.