Published August 20, 2021
The Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies is excited to announce new opportunities to join our faculty and graduate programs at the University at Buffalo!
The Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in Gender and Health beginning August 22, 2022. We seek a dynamic teacher and researcher whose specialization includes one or more of the following: gender and health advocacy and education; reproductive health and rights; gender-based violence and public health; health disparities and healthcare access in marginalized communities; social inequities of health as based in gender, sexuality, race, class and location; and/or health access and rights within the LGBTQ+ community. We especially welcome candidates whose work focuses on the intersectional health issues faced by African-American, Latina, and/or Native American/Indigenous women.
To learn more about this opportunity and submit an online application, please visit UBJobs.
The University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Gwynn Thomas, Associate Professor and Chair firstname.lastname@example.org (716) 645-2929
The Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies welcomes applicants to our Master of Arts and PhD programs in Global Gender Studies. Applications are now open for Fall 2022 for the PhD and MA, and for Spring 2022 for the MA.
Our programs attract students from around the world interested in addressing issues that face women, LGBTQ+, children and vulnerable populations through research, public policy, and activism. The University at Buffalo has a strong committment to creating a diverse and inclusive environment for all students.
To learn more, visit our graduate admissions page.
The University at Buffalo invites applicants to the Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program for 2022-2023. The Distinguished Visiting Scholars program provides scholars and artists of exceptional accomplishment a unique opportunity to join a cohort of visiting faculty—and the entire UB campus and local community—to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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