School of Social Work|
Clinical Assistant Professor to Begin August 2014Position Open Until FilledChartered in 1785, The University of Georgia in Athens is a Carnegie Research University, and the state†s flagship institution of higher education. The School of Social Work at the University of Georgia has been providing professional social work education since 1964 and has graduated more than 5,000 students across B.S.W., M.S.W., Ph.D. and Masters of Management in Nonprofit Organization degree programs. The School has also established joint degree programs with the School of Law and the College of Public Health. The School is nationally and internationally known for excellence in teaching, research, public service, and international programs, as well as commitment to social and economic justice. The School of Social Work is committed to hiring new faculty who work towards alleviating disparities and promoting social justice through teaching, scholarship/research, service and/or administrative responsibilities.
National Association of Social Workers - 30+ days ago