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Founded in 1837, DePauw University is a selective, undergraduate, national liberal arts college of just over 1,700 students, with a separate School of Music. The University, which has an endowment of $730 million, is located in Greencastle, Indiana, a town of 10,000 people, within an hour’s drive of Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Bloomington. Among DePauw’s distinctive features are its innovative Honors and Fellows programs, a strong tradition of community service, a large internship program, numerous international education programs, and success in attracting a diverse student body. DePauw has exceptional programs for supporting its faculty, including pre-tenure leaves for new faculty members and short- and long-term internal funding for professional and curriculum development activities. 

In support of DePauw University's mission and values, we welcome applications from members of underrepresented groups. DePauw University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status or any other federal, state, or local protected class.

Faculty Positions

Art and Art History Assistant Professor of Art and Art History (Tenure-track) Accepting Applications Latin American Early Modern Art History
Business Interdisciplinary Program Assistant Professor of Business (Tenure-track) Accepting Applications Business Analytics
Chemistry and Biochemistry Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry (Tenure-track) Accepting Applications Chemistry and Biochemistry
Communication and Theatre Assistant Professor of Communication and Theatre (Tenure-track) Accepting Applications Rhetoric/Director of Debate
Computer Science Assistant Professor of Computer Science (Tenure-track) Accepting Applications Open Specialty
Economics and Management Assistant Professor of Economics and Management (Tenure-track) Accepting Applications Accounting/Finance
Geology and Environmental Geoscience Part-time Instructor of Geology and Geoscience  Accepting Applications Hydrogeology
History Assistant Professor of History Accepting Applications Latin American History
Kinesiology Assistant Professor of Kinesiology (Tenure-track) Accepting Applications Anatomy and Physiology
Sociology and Anthropology Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology (Tenure-track) Accepting Applications Cultural Anthropology, Indigenous North America

Review of applications will begin on the indicated date and continue until positions are filled. For further information about these positions, write to the chair or dean of the corresponding department or school.

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