Faculty Recruitment

Why Work at Dartmouth?

Dartmouth's Mission

Dartmouth occupies a distinctive niche in higher education by combining the virtues of the very best liberal arts colleges and ambitious research universities.

We are committed to providing an undergraduate education second to none, emphasizing close interaction between exceptional students and faculty members who devote considerable time and effort to teaching and mentoring. Those same faculty members are committed to making significant research contributions in a range of disciplines across the arts, the humanities, the social and physical and biological sciences, as well as in a host of interdisciplinary fields.

The Dean's Diversity Initiative

As part of our commitment to Inclusive Excellence, for the 2021-22 academic year the Dean of Faculty has authorized eight searches in research areas related to race, racism, and racial justice. 

      African and African American Studies

      English and Creative Writing

      French and Italian

      Government

      Native American and Indigenous Studies

      Quantitative Social Science

      Sociology

      Spanish and Portuguese

       

      Alphabetical Listing of All Open Faculty Positions in Arts and Sciences

          African and African American Studies

          Art History

          Chemistry

          Classics

          Computer Science

          English and Creative Writing

          French and Italian

          Government

          History

          Mathematics

          Native American and Indigenous Studies

          Physics and Astronomy

          Psychological and Brain Sciences

          • Subfield: Human Subject Research and/or Behavioral Neuroscience

          Quantitative Social Science

          Russian

          Sociology

          Spanish and Portuguese

          Faculty Record Form

          At time of appointment, a new faculty member completes a Faculty Record Form with their most recent curriculum vitae to their associate dean.