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- Teach graduate and undergraduate anthropology courses with a specialty in museum studies with an emphasis on community-based collections management and material conservation; develop an active program of research that would incorporate the management of collections in the department of anthropology at UH Hilo; provide service to the department including advising students and mentoring student clubs; and contribute to program development, including close collaboration with the North Hawaii Education and Research Center’s (NHERC) Heritage Center and ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center.
- Ph.D. at the time of application from an accredited college or university in Anthropology or a related field with a primary focus on museum studies. Demonstrated expertise in developing and managing collections in indigenous and multicultural communities. Evidence of good teaching skills.
- Evidence of successful college level teaching in a multicultural environment. Qualitative and quantitative skills; commitment to a program in empirical research and education; skills complementing those of existing faculty for contributing to a Heritage Management M.A. degree program focused on the Pacific Islands; and ability to contribute to the Pacific Islands Studies Certificate Program.
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