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Employment Opportunities

Founded in 1967, James Madison College is a residential college community providing a premier interdisciplinary education to undergraduate students interested in public policy and social sciences. Madison is committed to promoting an inclusive environment where outstanding teacher-scholars support the advancement of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. 

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Current Positions



James Madison College, Michigan State University invites applications for a pool of qualified fixed-term assistant professors/instructors to teach one or more undergraduate courses. These positions could be part-time or full-time, and vary by semester, depending on the needs of the College.   READ MORE →

(Review of applications begins August, 2024)


James Madison College, a residential college of public affairs at Michigan State University, seeks a teacher-scholar in the fields of social theory and social inequality, with expertise in Queer Studies, Indigenous Studies and/or Latino/Latinx Studies.  

(Review of applications begins September 20th, 2023)



Student Positions


James Madison College is looking for two to three student editors for a research project where chosen candidates will be a part of a project team studying Islamic sites in the context of the multi-religious history and populations in their environments. READ MORE →