Academic Appointments

Yale-NUS College seeks outstanding teacher-scholars who are active researchers, committed to innovative pedagogy and curriculum development, and who enjoy close mentoring of students. As a collaboration between the National University of Singapore and Yale University, Yale-NUS College draws on the best elements of liberal arts education to re-imagine the curriculum and collegiate experience for the 21st century. Joint appointments with NUS academic departments and research institutes may be considered.

Social Sciences

Tenure-track Positions in Global Affairs

Yale-NUS College invites applications for two (2) tenure-track positions in Global Affairs at the rank of Assistant Professor. Preferred disciplinary fields are politics, economics, or sociology. We particularly welcome applications from scholars who can teach global governance or international political economy, and whose research concerns a transboundary issue in areas such as global public health, climate change, world trade, international finance, or international organizations.

Scholars with regional expertise outside of Asia, such as in Africa or Latin America, are welcome.

Applicants should have a relevant PhD and demonstrate an outstanding track record for their career stage.

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Tenure-track or Tenured (Open rank) Position in Psychology 

Yale-NUS College invites applications for an open rank, tenure-track or tenured faculty position in Psychology.  We seek outstanding applicants in any field of Psychology.

Applicants should have a PhD in Psychology or related field and be active researchers with a commitment to creative and effective undergraduate teaching and mentoring.

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Lecturer Position in Philosophy

Yale-NUS College invites applications for a Lecturer in Philosophy. This is a one-year (non-renewable) appointment for the Academic Year 2020-2021. We seek candidates with a Ph.D. in philosophy or related field with strong evidence of teaching success. Commitment to creative and effective pedagogical approaches for undergraduate teaching will be an advantage.

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