The Visiting Professor of Geography in Basic Education will have expertise in physical, human and society–environment geography at the basic education levels. He or she will be affiliated with the Department of Education in the School of Social Sciences.
About the Visiting Professorship
The Visiting Professorship is open to Professors and Associate Professors who have distinguished themselves in research and have a strong record of teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
A Loyola Schools Visiting Professor will be on research leave from his or her home university and will be appointed at the Ateneo de Manila University for one academic semester (five months). A shorter or longer stay can be arranged. A stipend will be provided.
The Visiting Professor will be given the opportunity to teach a course at the undergraduate and/or graduate level and mentor younger faculty member of the Ateneo de Manila University in the visitor’s areas of expertise in research and teaching. The visitor will participate in the academic and intellectual life of the Ateneo de Manila University and contribute to it by delivering one formal lecture that will be advertised to the university community and open to the public.
2014-2015 ACADEMIC TERM
About the Ateneo de Manila University
The Ateneo de Manila takes pride in a tradition of excellence in academics and service nurtured through more than 150 years. It is one of the oldest Jesuit- administered institutions of higher learning in Asia.
The spirit of excellence, signified by the Ateneo’s inspiring namesake, the Athenaeum of ancient Rome, is reflected in its growth into an active, fully accredited and much esteemed university with undergraduate and graduate programs in the humanities, sciences, social sciences, management, law, medicine and government.
As a Jesuit University, the Ateneo de Manila seeks the goals of modern Jesuit liberal education through the harmonious development of moral and intellectual virtues. Imbued with the Ignatian spirit, the University aims to lead its students to seek God in all things and to strive for the greater glory of God and the greater service of mankind.