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- To begin August 1, 2019, subject to position clearance and availability of funds. We seek interested and highly qualified applicants whose research and teaching expertise/interests are in the area of community planning.
- 1) Develop a research agenda that emphasizes one or more of the following areas to strengthen DURP’s community planning stream: collaborative governance and multicultural societies, indigenous planning, alternative planning epistemologies, sustainable island planning, community-based economic development, community resilience; 2) teach courses in the master’s curriculum and contribute to undergraduate and Ph.D. curriculum development; supervise and mentor students; 3) seek extramural funding; 4) provide service to the department, college, and the university; and 5) engage with communities in Hawai‘i and the broader Asia-Pacific region to advance community-based planning. Other duties as assigned by the chair.
- Ph.D. in urban planning or a closely related field from a college or university of recognized standing or foreign equivalent.
- ABDs will be considered as long as all degree requirements are met before August 1, 2019. ABDs must also submit a letter from their committee chair attesting that dissertation and all degree requirements will be completed prior to the date of hire.
- Demonstrated ability to conduct community engaged scholarship with particular emphasis on culturally appropriate community planning/development.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively teach and mentor students.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with colleagues, community organizations, and policymakers in cooperative, cross-cultural, interdisciplinary endeavors;
- Demonstrated ability to generate extramural funding;
- Interested in comparative planning and research in the Pacific Islands, Oceania, or the Asia-Pacific region, more broadly;
- Knowledgeable about the political and social dimensions, cultural norms and values, histories, and traditional knowledges/worldviews of the region(s) studied.
- Associate Professor Priyam Das, Department Chair; email@example.com
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