Associate Professor/Professor, Migration Geographies
Department of Geography, National University of Singapore (NUS)
Faculty Position in Social/Cultural Geographies
The Department of Geography at the National University of Singapore (NUS) seeks to appoint an established research leader in the field of Social/Cultural Geography whose work focuses on Geographies of Migration. The successful candidate will be expected to play a leading rol in the Department’s Social and Cultural Geographies (SCG) group and to build an ambitious programme of research.
We particularly welcome applications from social and cultural geographers who make use of innovative and creative methods and methodologies, including qualitative, quantitative and digital. For candidates who do not have previous experience of researching in/on Asia, it is important to demonstrate evidence of an ability and willingness to develop research projects in/from the region.
The NUS Department of Geography has a long and rich tradition of social and cultural geography research, with well-established strengths in scholarship on cultural/heritage landscapes, migration and transnationalism, cities, gender, and geographies of tourism. In more recent years the SCG research group has developed other research strands including ageing and care, children and young people, pedagogy innovations and urban liveability. The group is currently organised around two inclusive and overlapping themes: mobilities and urban life. SCG members have strong collaborative relations with colleagues in the other two research groups in the Department (Politics, Economies and Space, PEAS, and Tropical Environmental Change, TEC) and scholars in cognate disciplines, particularly as part of the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. NUS more widely is among the world’s most highly reputed universities and provides a generous and well-resourced environment in terms of funding and other research support. For more information on the NUS Department of Geography, please see: https://fass.nus.edu.sg/geog/.
Interested candidates must have a PhD in geography or an allied field. They should submit an application comprising: a letter of interest with details of their research credentials and future plans; the level of post they are applying to (professor or associate professor); a full curriculum vitae; and evidence of teaching experience, including feedback if available. Please submit your application here.
An internationally competitive remuneration package, including a period of subsidised housing, medical benefits and relocation expenses (where applicable), will be offered to the successful candidates. NUS also provides start-up grants, the value of which is commensurate with experience and position of appointment.
For further enquiries, please contact the Chair of the Search Committee, Professor Brenda Yeoh: email@example.com
The deadline for applications is 15 February 2022. Shortlisted candidates will be notified soon thereafter, and plans will then be made for a campus visit and interview (either virtual or in-person, depending on COVID-19 travel restrictions).
interested candidates must have a PhD in geography or an allied field. They should submit an application comprising: a letter of interest with details of their research credentials and future plans; the level of post they are applying to (professor or associate professor); a full curriculum vitae; and evidence of teaching experience, including feedback if available.
Competencies Effectively raises the profile and academic reputation Exhibits high ethical standards in his/her official duties Leadership Research Service Promotes a favourable academic environment for individual faculty development in teaching & research Supports interdisciplinary programmes Administration Articulates a clear vision for the future Education
Location: Block AS2-03-01
Organization: National University of Singapore
Department : Geography