The University of Connecticut, where Davidson studies, is looking for a graduate student to join its study abroad program.
The job is an associate professor in the Department of International Studies.
It is located at the Yale School of Management, the university’s main campus in New Haven, Connecticut.
Davidson will work with students from around the world to develop new approaches to international relations and political engagement.
The professor will contribute to undergraduate courses, graduate and undergraduate courses and serve as the dean for graduate and postgraduate programs.
He is also working with graduate students to develop the Yale University website, the faculty journal and other websites, as well as in collaboration with other Yale departments and agencies.
“The opportunity to be a part of a growing and vibrant international exchange program is an important one, and it provides students the opportunity to learn about other academic programs in the United States,” said Yale Dean of Students John O’Brien.
“It also provides a tremendous opportunity for us to engage students who may not have had the opportunity or the opportunity at a traditional institution.”
The university is currently accepting applications for the position.
To apply, students must submit a resume and cover letter.
The hiring committee will review the materials to determine whether the candidate meets the requirements for the job.
For more information about the job, visit:http://www.yale.edu/careers/study-abroad/apply-job.html?search=Yale&search_term=study abroad