Mount Royal University: Cluster hire of tenure-track and tenured positions

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Mount Royal University is proud to announce a cluster hire of tenure-track and tenured positions as part of its commitment to Indigenous communities and in order to advance the University’s Indigenous Strategic Plan.   Mount Royal University is currently seeking to fill the following positions: ·       Assistant or Associate Professor, Indigenous Studies ·       Assistant Professor, General Education and Indigenous Studies ·       Assistant Professor, Indigenous Sociology ·       Assistant Professor, Broadcast Media Studies/Journalism   Mount Royal University is situated in an ancient and storied place within the hereditary lands of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot, including the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations), and the people of Treaty 7, which includes the Iyarhe Nakoda (including the Bearspaw, Chiniki, and Wesley First Nations), and Tsuut’ina Nations. It is also home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3. It is a land steeped in ceremony and history that, until recently, was used and occupied exclusively by peoples Indigenous to this place.   Mount Royal University is committed to doing its part to address the legacy of broken promises and rebuild the relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples in Calgary and across the country. We began the process with a framework for planning in 2012, developed strategies as staff and students, and consulted broadly. The Indigenous Strategic Plan 2016-2021 was approved by the President’s Executive Council in August 2016.   Please visit the careers section of our website to apply to these positions and to view other faculty opportunities: Mount Royal Careers Website.
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Calgary, AB, Canada