Part Time Faculty Positions

MARYMOUNT MANHATTAN COLLEGE, an urban, independent, liberal arts college with an enrollment of approximately 2000 undergraduates, located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, invites applications for the following Part-Time Faculty positions to “begin September 2013”, pending final budget approval:

Note: Positions are generally posted in the Fall of each academic year.

MMC Part-time Faculty must have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching within a liberal arts environment.

Marymount Manhattan College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Below are the current Part-Time Faculty positions available:

  • Adjunct Professor of Art History

    Seeking Candidate for the Position of Adjunct Professor of Art History


    Name of Course: ART 320: History of Museums and Collections


    Semester: Spring 2017 (30 January – 18 May 2017)


    Meeting times:  Fridays, 11:30am - 2:21pm; total of 14 meetings


    Course description: A museum is defined by the International Council of Museums as a “permanent institution in the service of society and of its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, researches, communicates, and exhibits the tangible and intangible heritage of humanity and its environment for the purposes of education, study, and enjoyment.” This upper-level course introduces students to the history of public and private museums and collections. Through readings and field trips, guest lectures and class discussions, they gain exposure to fine and decorative art collections; scientific, archaeological, botanical, zoological, historical, and heritage collections (e.g., the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of the American Indian); museums of the communication arts (film, television, video, and digital); as well as mobile and virtual collections. They will study the history of collectors and patrons, from the ancient Romans, to the Italian Renaissance aristocrats and clergy, to the speculators of the present-day. Finally, they will grapple with some of the complex moral and ethical issues concerning art law, property rights, and current debates on the restitution of treasured works of art.


    Prerequisites: WRIT 102 or 201 & ART 250 or ART 252; or permission of the instructor. [WRIT 102 and 201 are introductory, research-based Writing courses; ART 250 and ART 252 are the two halves of our Western Art Survey.]


    Format of the Course: This class combines lectures, class discussions, class excursions, and conversations with professionals in the field.


    Please send CV to Hallie Cohen, Professor of Art and Chair of the Department of Art & Art History, Marymount Manhattan College; and to Adrienne Baxter Bell, Associate Professor of Art History, Marymount Manhattan College; Prospective candidates should be available for an interview at Marymount Manhattan College in New York in November 2016.  



    Non-Discrimination Policy: Marymount Manhattan College strives to create a workplace and an academic environment that excludes all types of harassment and discrimination. As a matter of policy, the College specifically prohibits unlawful employment discrimination and sexual harassment by officers, senior administrators, managers, supervisors, faculty, staff employees, students, advisors, vendors, and contractors.

  • Division of Sciences

    Division of Sciences:

    The Division of the Sciences is seeking Adjunct Instructors in the following disciplines:

    • Biology (Anatomy, Microbiology, Nutrition, Ecology)
    • Chemistry (General Chemistry Labs)
    • Physics (Astronomy)
    • Environmental Science (Geology, general and applied Environmental Science)

    A PhD is preferred but all applicants must have a Master’s Degree in the appropriate field at minimum, as well as college level teaching experience.

    Send resume and cover letter to: 
    Dr. Judith Hanks, Associate Professor of Biology
    c/o Ms Stephanie Montero
    Division of the Sciences
    221 East 71st Street
    New York, NY 10021


  • Division of Accounting and Business Management

    Division of Accounting and Business Management: 
    International Business

    Applicants must have a Master’s Degree in business or accounting and professional as well as college level teaching experience.

    Send resume and cover letter to: 
    Dr. Vandana Rao
    Chair, Division of Accounting and Business Management
    221 East 71st Street
    New York, NY 10021

    Electronic submissions may be sent to