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Our internationally recognized faculty are today's thought leaders in the areas of public policy, law, the arts, communications, international development, and more.
- Arts and Sciences - Academic Diversity, Non-Tenure Track, Two Postdoctoral Fellows
- Arts and Sciences - Leadership and Ethical Development, Non-Tenure Track, Program Director
- Business - Finance, Tenure-track, Assistant Professor
- Business - Information Security, Cybersecurity Governance, and Cybersecurity Risk Management, Tenure-line
- Computer Science, Tenure-line, Two positions - Assistant, One position - Open Rank
- Education - Urban Education Leadership, Tenure-line, Open Rank
- International Service - Social Networks, Tenure-track, Assistant Professor
- International Service - Climate Changes Politics, Tenure, Associate/Professor
- Justice, Law and Criminology - Postdoctoral Fellow, Academic Diversity, Non-Tenure Track
- Mathematics & Statistics - College level Mathematics or Statistics, Non-Tenure Track, Open Rank
- Philosophy & Religion - Applied Ethics, Non-Tenure Track, Professorial Lecturer
- Public Administration & Policy - Postdoctoral Fellow, Non-Tenure Track
- Public Affairs - Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Non-Tenure Track
- Public Affairs - Professor of the Practice, Non-Tenure Track
- Law - Community and Economic Development Clinic, Non-Tenure Track, Practitioner in Residence
- Law - Domestic Violence Clinic, Non-Tenure Track, Practitioner in Residence
- Law - International Human Rights Clinic, Non-Tenure Track, Practitioner in Residence
- Law - Federal Tax Clinic, Non-Tenure Track, Practitioner in Residence
- Law - Women and the Law Clinic, Non-Tenure Track, Practitioner in Residence
- University Library - Resident Librarian, Associate of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Diversity Alliance, three year appointment
- World Languages and Cultures - Afro-Hispanic/Latinx Studies, Tenure-track, Assistant Professor
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- Dean of Academic Affairs, 202-885-2125
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