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Visiting Faculty Positions Available

Dr. Paul Overvoorde, visiting faculty director of Tanzania: Ecology & Human Origins in Fall 2015

Call for Applications - Visiting faculty positions are currently available for faculty at ACM colleges on the following consortial off-campus study programs:


Faculty at ACM colleges may apply for visiting faculty positions on consortial off-campus study programs in Amsterdam, Botswana, Brazil, Florence, Jordan, London, Shanghai, Tanzania, and for the Newberry Seminar in Chicago.

Available visiting faculty positions for ACM programs are typically posted in December each year.

The ACM office provides training for visiting faculty at the annual Program Directors and Visiting Faculty Conference prior to departure to the program site, as well as ongoing support throughout the program, and visiting faculty work closely with on-site ACM staff and partners.

Faculty who have questions about ACM visiting faculty positions may contact Joan Gillespie, Vice President and Director of Off-Campus Study Programs.


Faculty at ACM colleges are also eligible for visiting faculty positions with:

  • Resident Director of Japan Study in 2019-2020

    Full academic year at Waseda University in Tokyo 

    Japan Study - The Resident Director spends an academic year at Waseda University in Tokyo with 30-40 students. This position is open to Japan specialists and non-specialists, and Resident Directors in past years have included tenured and tenure-track faculty from all ranks. The application deadline is April 30 for the academic year beginning 16 months later. Information and application.
  • Resident Faculty in fall 2018

    Oak Ridge Science Semester

    Position open until filled.

    Oak Ridge Science Semester (ORSS) - Resident faculty research positions are available in the social and natural sciences, mathematics, and computer science. The ORSS program provides the faculty member with opportunities for funded summer research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Applications are usually due in late spring for the academic year beginning 16 months later.

See the Employment Opportunities webpage for other positions available with the ACM.