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Queen's University

Teaching Fellowships

A copy of the Collective Agreement (CA) between the ‘Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) on behalf of Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows and Queens Universitycan be found on the Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal Academic website ( TA/TF Collective Agreement ).  Teaching Fellowships will be assigned in accordance to Article 12.08 of the CA.

The Department of Sociology invites applications for Teaching Fellowship positions for the Fall/Winter 2014-2015 academic year.  The process of appointing qualified Teaching Fellows to these positions is outlined in the Collective Agreement (CA).

The Department will review applications and appoint teaching fellows in reference to candidatets' teaching and academic experience as it applies to the course subject field and in reference to the candidates' priority for a Teaching Fellowship as specified by the CA.  All positions are subject to availability of funding and enrolment numbers.  All applicants should have completed their Comprehensive Examinations by 1 September 2014.

Applicants are to submit an application file consisting of an up-to-date curriculum vitae, a short note or email from at least one referee (normally the supervisor), a copy of an unoffical transcript (from SOLUS is acceptable) and a Graduate Student Teaching Request form.

For more information on specific courses, consult the Arts and Science calendar for a list of Courses Descriptions.

The Department of Sociology may require Teaching Fellows and/or Sessional Adjuncts for the following courses:

  • SOCY273*/3.0 - Social Psychology - (Winter)
  • SOCY276*/3.0 - Substantive Issues on Social Deviance - (Winter)
  • SOCY422*/3.0 - Advanced Studies in Communication and Information Technology - (Fall)
  • SOCY431*/3.0 - Advanced Studies of Gender Relations - (Winter)

For more information, please contact Wendy Schuler, Administrative Assistant, Department of Sociology:, or telephone 613 533-2164.

Submit all materials no later than 7 April 2014  to:
Rob Beamish -
Head of Department


Date of Posting: 21 March 2014

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000