Institute for Ethics
Title: Arete Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Arete post-doctoral fellowship in the humanities or political science at the
Kenan Institute for Ethics. Candidates must have completed their PhD within the
last three years. The preferred candidate will have teaching experience with
undergraduate students. In addition to pursuing their research, the candidate
will be expected to support Arete’s teaching program, including teaching an
undergraduate class in their field, and assist with a new student fellows’
Candidates must have completed their PhD within the last three years.
The preferred candidate will have teaching experience with undergraduate students.
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