Lingnan Strategic Faculty Recruitment
With “Education: Care for Learning • Research: Impact with Care” as its core value, Lingnan University, a leading liberal arts university in Asia, is committed to contributing to the improvement of society and humankind through effective teaching and learning, sustainable research, and knowledge transfer activities with an international approach. In line with the University’s Strategic Plan 2022-2028 to build scholarly and research capabilities in designated strategic areas over the next few years, with a special focus on cross-Faculty collaborations in multi-disciplinary research and teaching programmes, we now invite applications from around the globe for various interdisciplinary academic positions at the rank from Postdoctoral Fellow to Chair Professor.
Area of Specialization
|Modern Chinese Literature||Professor / Associate Professor||22/93|
|Southeast Asian History||Assistant Professor||22/95|
|Film Studies||Assistant Professor||22/96|
|Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Disclosure||Assistant Professor||22/97|
|Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Sustainable Finance||Assistant Professor||22/99|
|Education Studies / Higher Education & Socio-Economic Development||Professor / Associate Professor||22/102|
|Cities and Urban Governance||Assistant Professor / Research Assistant Professor||22/103|
|Innovation and Entrepreneurship||Professor / Associate Professor||20/218|
|Public Policy / Policy Studies||Professor / Associate Professor||20/222|
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