The Department of Political Studies at Queen’s is a medium-sized department with twenty-six full-time regular faculty members who teach in all areas of the political science discipline. All our members have active research programs and share a commitment to providing the best learning experience for our students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. As such, the Department invites applications from all qualified individuals for the opportunities listed below.
All inquiries should be directed to Gail MacAllister at email@example.com.
All Faculty appointments and opportunities will be posted here.
Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in the Responsible use of Artificial Intelligence
The Faculties of Arts and Science (FAS), Law, and the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University are partnering to invite applications from exceptional early-career scholars at the rank of Assistant/Associate/Professor with specialization in Responsible use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for a tenure-track/tenured faculty position. The successful candidate will submit an external nomination for a five-year term position as a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair, eligible for renewal once, to a maximum of two five-year terms as a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair.
For more information, please view the job description.
Applications will continue to be reviewed until a suitable candidate is found.
The Department offers three Post-Doctoral Fellowships:
The Department welcomes inquiries from students who are applying for a Social Science and Humanities Research Council post-doctoral fellowship. Please e-mail the Head of the Department and the intended supervisor for further information.
The Buchanan Postdoctoral Fellowship in Canadian Democracy
The Peacock Postdoctoral Fellowship
The Skelton-Clark Postdoctoral Fellowship
- Winter 2023 Teaching Fellowship Opportunities
We are seeking applications for the following course:
POLS 392/3.0 Topic in Canadian Politics
The above course will be available to be taught in person by Teaching Fellows in the Department of Political Studies (Subject to Article 12.08 of the PSAC (Local 901) Collective Agreement), in Winter 2023.
POLS 392 Topics in Canadian Politics Units: 3.00
An examination of selected aspects of Canadian politics and government, including institutions and behavioral approaches. The focus of this course will vary from year to year; consult the departmental website for further details.
LEARNING HOURS 120 (36L;84P).
This advertisement is directed at currently registered doctoral students in the Department of Political Studies.
Applicants are to submit an application file consisting of an unofficial transcript (from SOLUS is acceptable), an up-to-date curriculum vitae, a two paragraph (maximum) summary of the proposed course’s focus, and an email or short letter (a sentence or two) from doctoral supervisors indicating that the applicant is in a position to teach. Expressions of interest must be sent to Gail MacAllister (firstname.lastname@example.org) by November 15th, 2022.
Remuneration will be in accordance with the Collective Agreement between PSAC (Local 901, Unit 1) and Queens University and shall follow Section 12.08 (Appointment of Teaching Fellows). All positions are subject to funding and enrolment criteria.
Date of posting: November 7th, 2022.
Deadline date: November 15th, 2022.
Summer 2023 Teaching Fellowship Opportunities
All Term Adjunct appointments and opportunities will be posted here.
**None are currently available.
All Administrative positions and opportunities will be posted here.