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- To begin spring 2018, contingent on course offerings, sufficient enrollment, and availability of funds.
- Under general supervision, to teach department approved Hawaiian Studies 107 courses and other undergraduate course syllabi that the director may assign based on program needs and instructor qualifications;
- To participate in other activities generally expected of a faculty member of the Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies;
- To maintain office hours for academic advising or for conferring with students about course work;
- To participate in faculty or administrative committees at the department, college or university level;
- To perform related tasks as assigned.
- Master's degree from a college or university of recognized standing in Hawaiian Studies, or in fields associated with the interdisciplinary nature of Hawaiian Studies, such as Anthropology, Art, Business Administration, Education in Teaching, Geography, History, Hawaiian Language, Hawaiian Language & Literature, Political Science, and or Natural Resources & Environmental Management;
- Considerable knowledge of Hawaii and the Pacific;
- Translation proficiency in Hawaiian language;
- Evidence of ability to teach effectively at the college or university level and to direct group discussions;
- Have poise and good address for meeting and conferring with others.
- Experience teaching at a university of recognized standing;
- Experience teaching Hawaiian Studies 107 courses;
- Sufficient fluency in Hawaiian language in order to teach in Hawaiian;
- Experience in teaching web-enhanced, blended or online courses;
- Demonstrated knowledge of Hawaiian cultural practices and their relationships with other parts of the Pacific;
- Evidence of diverse experience working in the Hawaiian community.
- Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge UH Manoa
- Attn K Latham
- 2540 Maile Way Spalding Hall 454
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Dr. Antoinette Freitas; firstname.lastname@example.org
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