Chair Search for Georgia Tech School of History and Sociology

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Job Profile

The advisory search committee has developed a job profile comprised of the job description, an overview of the School of History and Sociology, and the leadership and administrative management responsibilities for the School Chair position.

Position Description

Search Timeline

October 1, 2022 — Deadline to submit application materials for optimal consideration

November/December 2022 – Semi-finalist Interviews

January/February 2023 – Finalist Interviews

March/April 2023 – Hire Decision

No later than August 2023 – Hire Date

Search Committee

Daniel Amsterdam, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, School of History and Sociology

Carol Colatrella, Professor, School of Literature, Media, and Communication and Co-Director of the Georgia Tech Center for the Study of Women, Science, and Technology

Robert Hampson, Administrative Manager II, School of History and Sociology

Matthew Hild, Lecturer, School of History and Sociology

Allen Hyde, Assistant Professor, School of History and Sociology

Jada Marcum, Director of Development II, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

Mary McDonald, ADVANCE Professor and Homer Rice Chair in Sports and Society, School of History and Sociology

Davesh Ranjan, Eugene C. Gwaltney Jr. School Chair and Professor, George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

Alejandra Ruiz, Graduate Student, School of History and Sociology

Jacob Young, Undergraduate Student, School of History and Sociology and Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

Will Jimerson, Director of Human Resources, will serve as ex-officio and as the administrative coordinator for the search process.

For more information about the School of History and Sociology, please visit hsoc.gatech.edu.

For more information about the search process, please email hsocchairsearch@gatech.edu.

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