Employment Opportunity at St. Bonaventure University

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ALLEGANY, N.Y. — St. Bonaventure University is seeking a professor of theology and Franciscan Studies to join the staff of the university in fall 2018. This tenure-track position will be hired at the associate or full professor level.

In addition, serving as chair of the Department of Theology and Franciscan Studies, candidates should be prepared to teach undergraduate courses in Franciscan studies and systematic or historical theology. Qualifications include a doctorate in systematic or historical theology with specializations in Franciscan studies, systematic theology, and historical theology strongly preferred. In addition, candidates are expected to maintain an active research agenda.

Applicants are asked to submit a letter of intent, vita, and three references to Sharon Godfrey at sgodfrey@sbu.edu Though candidates will be considered until the position is filled, Fr. David Courturier, OFM Cap., executive director of the Franciscan Institute, requests that applications be submitted by Dec. 1.

Information about this job and about other open positions at St. Bonaventure can be found on the Jobs at SBU page of the university’s website.

Earlier this month, the more than 150-year-old university announced the merging of its Department of Theology and School of Franciscan Studies. The new department, housed under the School of Arts and Sciences, will strengthen theology and Franciscan studies offerings to undergraduate students by allowing the department to offer more courses, said Fr. David.

“This will put a greater number of professors with a wide range of expertise at the service of our students looking for a wider variety of courses in theology,” he said. “We want students to appreciate the Franciscan intellectual tradition that has so much to say to help the world heal from consumerism, terrorism and the disregard for human rights around the world.”

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