Winthrop University

Adjunct Faculty – Printmaking


Winthrop University, a highly ranked, public, comprehensive university, announces a search for an Adjunct Professor of Printmaking in the Department of Fine Arts within the College of Visual and Performing Arts. The assignment commences in Fall 2019, and subsequent assignments are determined on a semester by semester basis. This position requires teaching a variety of classes in printmaking from the foundation to advanced level. The ideal candidate(s) will be capable of teaching across a variety of printmaking processes. Potential courses might include printmaking survey, intaglio, relief, screen printing and printmaking in the expanded field.

Winthrop enrolls a diverse student body, which closely mirrors the racial and ethnic diversity in the state, and has recently received accolades for its success in graduating students of color.


Adjunct faculty teaching undergraduate courses at Winthrop University are expected to hold a master’s degree or higher in the teaching disciplines. In order to teach graduate courses at Winthrop University, faculty must have an earned doctorate / terminal degree in the teaching discipline or a related discipline. Winthrop University gives primary consideration to the highest earned degree in the discipline. In cases of exceptional and significant professional experiences, the said experience may be considered in lieu of the terminal or master’s degree if the candidate possesses at least 18 hours of graduate credits in the discipline.

Application Instructions

Qualified and interested applicants are asked to apply via Interfolio at apply.interfolio.com/63440  and upload the following documents:

  • a letter of interest addressed to Karen Oremus, Chair
  • curriculum vitae
  • unofficial transcripts
  • 10-20 examples of professional and student work as a PDF or available online and submitted as a URL

Questions can be addressed to Karen Oremus, Chair of Fine Arts, oremusk@winthrop.edu.

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