The University of Maryland School of Public Policy is a dynamic, growing school located just seven miles from Capitol Hill. Our energy, vision, and prime location, make us an attractive place for both the research scholar and the faculty practitioner. We invite you to tour our website and discover for yourself, what makes us stand head-and-shoulders above the rest.
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Current Faculty Openings
Assistant Professor in Economic Policy
The School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland seeks to hire one tenure-track faculty member in economic policy at the rank of assistant professor, to start in the 2018-2019 academic year. Applicants should demonstrate the capacity to establish a research agenda that will lead to scholarly publications and the building of a record that will warrant promotion and tenure. We welcome applicants across a wide range of research areas within economic policy, including social policy (education, health, and labor policy); fiscal policy (tax and expenditure); international development; international trade; and economic aspects of security policy. We welcome candidates with policy-related experience. Successful candidates should be able to teach courses in the school’s undergraduate major in Public Policy, master's programs in public policy, public management, and public administration, and PhD program. Applicants who would enhance the diversity of the school, including women and minorities, are especially encouraged to apply.
Why University of Maryland School of Public Policy?
Every policy/management program has its unique characteristics. What is special about Maryland? Here is what has contributed to Maryland having the top-ranked master’s policy program in the Washington, D.C. area, and a top five Ph.D. program nationally:
- International and Domestic Policy Entwined
- Policy and Management also Happily Married
- Expertise in Critical Fields
- Academic Quality
- Financial Internship Support
- Class Size
- Modern Facility
- Dedicated Student Affairs Staff
- A Policy-Oriented Research University
- The D.C. Consortium
- Graduate Assistantship Support
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Human Resources & Benefits
We seek applicants with knowledge of the dynamics of the contemporary policy-making process. We are particularly interested in candidates with broad networks within the advocacy community for children and families. We are also interested in candidates who can contribute to the core curriculum of the Schools of Public Policy and Public Health.