Adjunct Faculty Pool

Adjunct Faculty Pool

Below you will find the details for the position including any supplementary documentation and questions you should review before applying for the opening.  THIS POSTING IS NOT A GUARANTEE OF AN OPEN POSITION.

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Pool Title

Economics-Adjunct Faculty

Position Summary



Applications to this pool will be utilized to fill part-time, non-tenure track positions. 

The Economics Department is seeking qualified professionals to teach part-time in the department. The department is dedicated to pluralism and diversity in economics, thus heterodox applicants are encouraged to apply. 

Here is a small sample of topics students can study with their professors in the Economics Department: criminal justice, inequality, race, environmental justice, sustainability, labor collectives, financialization, capitalism’s crises, etc. We teach “Economics in Context” which means we pay attention to the historical, cultural, ecological and social environment that surrounds the study of economics.

We offer a Bachelors of Science in Economics, a minor in Economics and a Master’s of Arts in Economics.

We anticipate that Adjunct Instructors may be needed in the following subject matter areas:

  • Introduction to Economics
  • Economic Development
  • Microeconomics

Required Qualifications

Master’s degree in Economics or related degree.

Preferred Qualifications

Ph.D. degree in area(s) of experience or equivalent.

Previous experience teaching.

Special Instructions to applicants

Applications will be accepted into the pool on an ongoing basis to fill positions as need arises.  Future teaching assignments are on a term-by-term basis, which may include fall, spring and summer.

Please complete the on-line application and attach the following required documents when prompted:


•Cover Letter stating the subject matter area(s) for which you would like to be considered

Questions can be directed to Jay Hamilton at, or Rita Taveras at