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Fri Oct 21 17:07:46 EDT 2005
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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
DIRECTOR, SOUTH ASIA INSTITUTE
The University of Texas at Austin invites applications for the
position of Director of the South Asia Institute. The University of
Texas has made the South Asia region a priority for the entire
institution. The Institute draws its members from across the various
schools, colleges, and departments. Faculty with a South Asia
concentration now number more than 50. The Institute houses the Title
VI National Resource Center for South Asia and several endowments.
The Director will be charged with providing leadership in making the
University of Texas South Asia program the strongest in the world.
The focus for new initiatives will be contemporary South Asia.
Resources will be made available to make several new faculty
appointments in areas such as economics, politics, ecology, public
health, economics of international labor trends, globalization,
trade, demography, geography, communication, energy, environment,
education, and information technology. We are seeking candidates with
demonstrable leadership and administrative skills, excellent networks
in the business and/or policy arenas. Ph.D. preferred but not
To learn more about the South Asia Institute visit
Please send a letter of interest, current CV, three letters of
reference (sent to us directly by the referees): Director Search
Committee South Asia Institute GEB 3.200, 1 University Station G6000
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712. We will begin
the process of reviewing the applications by January 15, 2006,
although applications will be accepted after that date and the search
will continue until an appointment is made. The University of Texas
at Austin is an AA/EEO employer.
A background check will be conducted on the applicant selected. The
University of Texas at Austin is an Affirmative Action/Equal
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