On-Campus Job Posting WS 1100YB - Introduction to Women's Studies

WINTER TERM 2015

(January 5, 2015 – April 7, 2015) 

Minimum Qualifications: A relevant M.A. and related teaching experience

Preferred Qualifications: A Ph.D. in Women’s Studies with related teaching experience and record of peer-reviewed research that reflects feminist theory and methods.

All applicants must include a cover letter outlining qualifications, curriculum vitae, and documentation demonstrating teaching effectiveness. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

 To apply, please send a PDF to: Melissa Hrabok, Administrative Assistant, Women’s Studies

                                                 807-343-8625 or WomensStudies@lakeheadu.ca

NOTE: ALL POSTINGS ARE SUBJECT TO BUDGETARY APPROVAL.

POSTING DATE: 03 NOVEMBER 2014                       CLOSING DATE: 17 NOVEMBER 2014 12:00PM

  Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal persons and persons with disabilities. We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified.

Book Launch!

September 2016 Newsletter

Herizons Magazine

We have just received the latest issue of Herizons and former students, faculty and advisory committee members are featured on Page 7! To find out more please go to thewebsite http://www.northernwomansbookstore.ca/

Congratulations to Elizabeth Stafford

Congratulations to Elizabeth in her new role as LU's Acting Vice-Provost Institutional Planning and Analysis, which she holds until December 2015, as well as her work as Treasurer on Board of Directors for the national Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women!
 
Elizabeth developed close ties with Women's Studies as a Master's student in Business. Her project was co-supervised by Women's Studies' Dr. Helen Smith (d. 2012), and Elizabeth played a key role in the our Master's class.
 
 

Undergraduate Marking Assistant Position

The Department of Women's Studies requires 1 Undergraduate Assistant during the Fall 2015 Term. Position will include help with course retention, recruitment, and possibly development.

Click here to see full posting.

Women's Studies Welcomes Dr. Jennifer Chisholm

Jen is a recent PhD graduate and an enthusiastic teacher. She is newly appointed in the Department and is looking forward to getting to know the community and exploring beautiful Thunder Bay. Jen’s research lies in the role technology plays in women’s reproductive experiences. She is deeply passionate about creating and engaging supportive networks for women around their reproductive choices. Jen is looking forward to teaching WS1100 Introduction to Women’s Studies, and WS2113 Women, Popular Culture and Counter-Culture during the Fall 2015 semester. 
 
Please feel free to drop by her office RB 2011 for a chat and introduce yourself!

Women's Studies Contract Lecturers for 2015-2016

The department of Women's Studies is pleased to welcome Jan Oakley and Holly Morgan to our contract teaching team this year! Jan has been involved with our Department and the Faculty of Education for many years, and is currently the International Initiatives Coordinator for Education. Although Holly is a new instructor to the Department, she did her Women's Studies MA Specialization with us, and is currently finishing her PhD from Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Germany, where she received a research fellowship. Welcome Jan and Holly!!

2015-2016 On-Campus Women's Studies Job Postings

FULL YEAR 2015-2016

  • WS 1100 YA – Introduction to Women’s Studies 

FALL TERM 2015

  • WS 2117 FA – Girls & Girlhoods
  • WS 3133 FA – Women, Technology & Cybercultures 

WINTER TERM 2015

  • WS 2114 WA – Ecofeminism
  • WS 3118 WA – Women, Food & Environments

 Minimum Qualifications: A relevant M.A. and related teaching experience

Ideal Qualifications:         A Ph.D. in Women’s Studies with teaching experience and record of                                                                       peer-reviewed research.

All applicants must include a cover letter outlining qualifications, curriculum vitae, and documentation demonstrating teaching effectiveness. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

To apply, please send a PDF to: Melissa Hrabok, Administrative Assistant, Women’s Studies

                                                             807-343-8625 or WomensStudies@lakeheadu.ca 

NOTE: ALL POSTINGS ARE SUBJECT TO BUDGETARY APPROVAL.

POSTING DATE: 8 July 2015                          CLOSING DATE: 22 July 2015 12:00PM

 Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal persons and persons with disabilities. We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified.

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