Health Equity Faculty Position at Northeastern University.

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Northeastern University, a global research university founded in 1898, is seeking applications for two full-time Associate/Full Professor tenure-line faculty positions focused on Health Equity. These positions are located at Mills College at Northeastern University in Oakland, California, and are part of the university’s initiative to integrate social justice with its dynamic research culture. With its main campus in Boston, Northeastern has expanded its reach globally with locations in various cities across North America and the UK, emphasizing flexible, student-centered learning and collaborative research.

The roles specifically call for scholars with a doctoral degree and an active research program in health equity. The successful candidates will be expected to contribute to the university’s mission through research, teaching, and service. The positions encourage interdisciplinary and collaborative research, aligning with the university’s focus on experiential learning and global impact. The tenure home for one position will be in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, and for the other, in the College of Social Sciences & Humanities.

Faculty members at Northeastern must develop research programs that attract external funding, excel in teaching at both undergraduate and graduate levels, and supervise students and postdocs. Candidates must commit to working with diverse student populations and fostering an inclusive educational environment. The university values collaborative research, teaching excellence, and diversity, providing a supportive environment with mentoring and faculty development programs.

Interested candidates can visit the job posting at Northeastern University’s Career Page for more detailed information and to apply. The application process includes submitting a curriculum vitae, statements addressing specific prompts, and a cover letter with reference contacts. The review of applications will start on November 6, 2023, and will continue until the position is filled. This is an opportunity to join a leading university deeply committed to fostering equity, diversity, and inclusion in academia.

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