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A major focus for UH's Provost, Dr. Paula Myrick Short (third from left) is to recruit and retain excellent and diverse faculty who are dedicated to teaching, scholarship, and community outreach.

Hobby School Conducts Searches for Up to Five Faculty Positions

The Hobby School of Public Affairs at the University of Houston (UH) is hiring for multiple faculty positions. Our school is growing fast. We are well-supported by UH, and we are interested in applicants who will help chart the future of our school with fresh ideas, practical experience, and an interdisciplinary mindset.

Our faculty include experts in theoretical, practical, and analytical disciplines associated with public policy and we seek to complement that collective expertise with the new hires. The University of Houston is a Carnegie Designated Tier One Research University and is one of the most racially and ethnically diverse institutions in the nation. 

We are hiring for the following positions. Review of application submissions will begin on Oct. 31, 2021 and continue until the positions are filled.

Three Tenured or Tenure-Track Faculty

The Hobby School seeks to hire two to three tenured or tenure-track faculty members to begin in the Fall of 2022. Our faculty include experts in theoretical, practical, and analytical disciplines associated with public policy. For questions, contact the search committee co-chairs—Pablo M. Pinto (ppinto@central.uh.edu) or Alan Witt (witt@uh.edu). Read More

 

Presidential Frontiers Faculty in Sustainable Energy Policy

The Hobby School of Public Affairs and the Cullen College of Engineering seek to hire a Presidential Frontiers Faculty (PFF) tenure-track member, specializing in sustainable energy policy to begin in Fall 2022. The PFF program is a university-wide initiative for hiring a large cohort of research faculty with interdisciplinary areas of interest and expertise and focused on federal priorities and societal challenges. 

 

Presidential Frontiers Faculty in Public Health and Health Policy

The Hobby School and the UH Department of Economics are hiring a Presidential Frontiers Faculty (PFF) tenure-track faculty member in the fields of public health and health policy to begin in Fall 2022. The PFF program is a university-wide initiative for hiring a large cohort of research faculty with interdisciplinary areas of interest and expertise and focused on federal priorities and societal challenges. 

 

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UH women faculty gather at the Center for ADVANCING UH Faculty Success. The center uses a data-driven approach to systemically transform institutional practices and campus climate in order to recruit, retain, and promote women and underrepresented faculty.

 UH is an institutional member of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity.