Regular Part Time Faculty AHIS

                                            INTERNAL VACANCY NOTICE FOR

                                  REGULAR PART TIME FACULTY MEMBERS and
                                           NDIVIDUAL COURSE APPOINTMENTS

NSCAD University Advancing the visual arts

The following course for Summer 2017 is currently unassigned to Full-time, Pro-Rated, Sessional or Regular Part-Time faculty members.   RPT and ICA faculty members who feel they are qualified to teach any of the listed courses are asked to submit an application to the Office of Academic Affairs and Research, along with a CV specifying the course for which they wish to be considered. RPT applications will be evaluated first.

Applications Due: May 22, 2017    (Review of Applications will begin immediately) ____________________________________________________________________

The Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD University) invites applications from RPT faculty members for the following unstaffed Summer 2017 course:

AHIS-2654-1B    The Art and Culture of Comics

For more detailed information on the above courses, please consult WebAdvisor for course times and descriptions.  Salary will be in accordance with the Part-Time Faculty Salary Grid or ICA Salary Grid. Hiring will be in accordance with the policy on No Discrimination.
Direct applications to:
Office of Academic Affairs and Research
NSCAD University
5163 Duke St, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3J6     Fax: 902-425-4664    

NSCAD University
Founded in Halifax in 1887, NSCAD University is an international centre of excellence for the study, practice, and teaching of the visual arts. NSCAD University offers Master of Design and Master of Fine Arts degrees along with Bachelor of Design degrees in Interdisciplinary Design, and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Ceramics, Film, Fine Art, Intermedia, Jewellery and Metalsmithing, Photography, and Textiles. Currently, there are over 1000 students enrolled in graduate and undergraduate programs.  
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