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ABD, finishing dissertation, looking for first Tenure Track (TT) job: 18
ABD, with Tenure Track (TT) job looking for a better one: 1
ABD, with visiting position, looking for TT job:
ABD, with Lecturer position, looking for TT: 1
PhD, with TT job looking for a better one: 4
PhD, with TT (likely to be tenured and promoted at the current R1 school) looking for a better R1: 1
PhD, nonacademic job or unemployed, looking for a TT job:
PhD, nonacademic job, looking for TT job: 1
PhD, with Lecturer position looking for TT job:1
PhD, with Full-Time, Non-TT job looking for TT job: 4
PhD, with adjunct position looking for a TT job: 1
PhD, with Associate position looking to move to another institution: 4
PhD, with TT job - about to be denied tenure - looking for a job quick:
PhD, with Postdoc, looking for TT job: 8
EdD, nonacademic job, looking for a TT job: 2
EdD, with adjunct position, looking for TT job: 1
EdD finished/defended dissertation in Dec, looking for TT job:
EdD, with Postdoc, looking for TT: 1
PhD, Tenured Associate Professor, looking to move to a better research school: 1
Ed.D with Visiting Assistant position looking for TT job: 1
Pre-dissertation student, learning about the job market: 1
Education Jobs for AY 2016-2017Edit
Appalachian State University, Assistant Professor of Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education, Department of Leadership and Educational Studies Edit
Rejection letter said over 250 applicants for the position
Ball State University, Assistant Professor--Curiculum Studies, Department of Educational StudiesEdit
Updates: campus interview scheduled for end of Feb.
The School of Education at Boston University seeks to hire a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Elementary Education, with a focus in teacher education, beginning July 1, 2016. We seek a faculty member who shares Boston University School of Education’s commitment to both the preparation of elementary educators and the advancement of research and scholarship in elementary education and/or education of elementary education teachers.
DEADLINE: Nov 1, 2015
UPDATES: rejection letter received 1.13.16 x2
Binghamton University, Assistant/Advanced Assistant Prof of Elementary Education Edit
Job search has been cancelled; notified by email on 1/22.
Review of apps began Jan 20.
- 11/17: Invitation extended for on campus interview to take place in January
- Offer extended and accepted
Screening began January 15.
Columbia University Teachers College (NY) - Open Rank TT Professor, Programs in Anthropology - Deadline: Nov 15, 2015Edit
Teachers College, Columbia University seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor or tenured open rank Professor in the Programs in Anthropology with specialization in one or more of the following: anthropology of education, medical anthropology, environmental anthropology, or any aspect of anthropology when it directly addresses current issues of policy or practice (migration, mental health, religion, etc.). We seek an individual of outstanding accomplishment and/or promise in research, teaching, advisement, and service. Geographical area is open, though preference will be given to research in Africa, the Middle East and Asia.</p>
Responsibilities: Develop and maintain a vibrant program of research. Teach graduate level courses such as anthropology of education, public culture, social studies of science and technology, ethnographic analysis of public policy, ethnographic research methods, etc.. Advise master’s students. Advise doctoral students and supervise dissertations. Participate actively in program administration, program development, and public outreach/professional development efforts.
Qualifications: Earned doctorate in anthropology (including anthropology and education or applied anthropology). We seek an individual whose research and teaching are of the highest academic caliber. The individual will have proven abilities and/or indicate substantial promise to conceptualize, carry out, and publish field-defining research. S/he will demonstrate excellence and/or future promise in teaching and advisement of master’s and doctoral. S/he will demonstrate openness to and expertise in (1) leadership/ collaborative engagement with peers and colleagues committed to building an outstanding academic program, and (2) development of a master’s program that may include blended course formats and an internship program.
To apply: Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a copy of two relevant writing samples (e.g., journal articles, book chapters, conference papers), and three letters of recommendation. Please include, with letter of application, the names, titles, addresses, telephone numbers, and emails of individuals writing letters of recommendation. An additional teaching reference and/or statement of teaching interests is optional. Address the material to Professor John Allegrante, Search Committee Chair, Department of International and Transcultural Studies, Box 211, 525 West 120th St., New York, NY 10027-6696. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: 212-678-3763
- Review of applications will begin November 15 2015, and continue until the search is completed. Appointment begins September 2016.
- Also posted at Cultural Anthropology 2015-2016
- received rejection 1/22/16. Campus visits are taking place this week and next.
Responsibilities: The Department of Leadership, Language and Curriculum seeks a tenure track faculty position in the area of second language education with an emphasis in linguistics and language assessment. We seek candidates with expertise in second language acquisition. Candidates must have an established record of research, teaching, and service. Teaching assignments will include undergraduate and graduate courses in linguistics, second language education, and assessing language learners. Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted prior to December 15. The position begins September 2016.
Required Qualifications: Earned doctorate in linguistics with expertise in language education and/or bilingual language acquisition required. The candidate must have: experience working with bilingual learners; demonstrated excellence in teaching; demonstrated record of scholarship. The candidate must be committed to educational equity and social justice, have a strong background in multicultural/multilingual education and have an active research agenda in the field.
Updates: Has anyone heard anything at all? - Campus visits have taken place as of today (Feb. 23).
Depaul University- Assistant Professor of Counseling (College Student Development) Edit
Rejection email 3/28. Noted they had found a better suited candidate.
Drexel University - Assistant Professor in Higher Education and Student AffairsEdit
Phone interviews end of January.
Application screening began January 2
position filled (mid March)
Eastern Michigan - Assistant Professor in Higher Education Edit
Updates: Phone Screens in mid-December. Finalists notified
Position filled (early Feb)
Elmira College - Full-time Instructor Special/Inclusive EducationEdit
Posted: March 16, 2016Elmira College is seeking a one-year, full-time Instructor in Inclusive/ Special Education beginning date July, 2016.
This position requires an appropriate doctorate, special education (students with disabilities) certification in grades 1-6, and special education teaching experience in schools. Undergraduate teaching responsibilities may consist of such courses as Foundations of Education, Introductory Fieldwork and Seminar in Education, Teaching Students with Disabilities in the Inclusive Classroom, Managing Behavior of Students with Disabilities, Curriculum Design and Instruction in Childhood Special Education: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and the Arts and Assessing Students with Disabilities: Childhood Special Education. Supervision of student teachers may be needed. Candidates with training in inclusive education are especially encouraged to apply. ABD candidates will be considered.
Elmira College, the first college to offer a comprehensive curriculum for women, and home of the Center for Mark Twain Studies, is a small, well-established, residential, private college in a pleasant community in the Finger Lakes region of New York State (county population 80,000).
Elmira College is a nationally ranked, small, private liberal arts college with selective admission criteria and a tradition in teaching excellence. The College community prides itself on the rapport between students, faculty, and staff.
Send (1) a letter with salary expectations or history, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) copies of recent course evaluations, (4) graduate transcripts, and (5) a list of three professional references with names, titles, addresses, emails, and phone numbers to: Dr. Linda Pratt, Executive Director of Teacher Education, Childhood Special Education Search, Elmira College, One Park Place, Elmira, N.Y. 14901 or email lpratt@elmira. Email inquiries to email@example.com or call (607) 735-1911.
Application deadline: Open until position is filled.
Florida Atlantic University - Assistant Professor in Higher Education LeadershipEdit
Skype interviews February 22-23. Committee said they hoped to conduct on campus interviews the following week. Have not heard anything back.
The George Mason University, College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) invites applications for a tenure-line Assistant or Associate Professor in the area of Literacy/Reading, with a start date of August 2016.
Qualifications: Required qualifications include an earned doctorate in reading or literacy education (or a closely related field), experience working in diverse schools, and a strong or very promising record of scholarship in relation to academic rank. Preferred qualifications include a background in preparing K-12 reading specialists/literacy coaches; higher education teaching experience at the graduate level; and a strong interest in collaborating with other faculty and school partners. Deadline "mid-October."
Updates: Offer has been extended.
University of Georgia Clinical Assistant Professor in Early Childhood EducationEdit
Updates: In an email dated mid-December, I was told that the position had been filled.
University of Georgia - Assistant Professor in College Student Affairs AdminEdit
Updates: On-campus interviews in early Dec.
George Washington University, Assistant Professor Higher Ed Admin and/or International Education, Dept of Educational LeadershipEdit
Review of applications will begin on October 27, 2015 and continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered. Employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard background screening.
Huntingdon College (AL): Assistant Professor, Special EducationEdit
- The Department of Teacher Education at Huntingdon College (Montgomery, Alabama) invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor with knowledge of and expertise in Special Education. The faculty member will contribute to a rich tradition of teaching future educators, conduct learner-centered research and assessment, and provide professional service in a liberal arts setting with excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. Successful candidates must have a strong interest in and commitment to educator preparation, collaboration, and diversity. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to teach coursework in Special Education, advise pre-service candidates, and work with clinical instructors as well as P-12 schools and administrators. The candidate should have a commitment to cultural diversity, collaboration, and service to the local community. Additional duties shall include the recruitment and advising of undergraduate students, curriculum development and program review, support of CAEP accreditation, and service to the department, partner schools, and the professional community. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, one-page statement of teaching philosophy, CV, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Chad Eggleston, Provost and Dean of the College, at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 24, 2016. Huntingdon College is seeking to expand the diversity of its faculty and strongly encourages applications from minority candidates.
- Desired Qualifications: (a) an earned doctorate required, preferably in Special Education (Ph.D., Ed.D.) (A closely related field in education [i.e., Curriculum and Instruction, etc.] will be considered if the candidate possesses a minimum of 30 graduate hours in Special Education.), (b) eligibility for teaching credentials in Special Education, (c) a collaborative and collegial spirit to work with colleagues in educator preparatory programs, (d) documentation of successful teaching experience in P-12, (e) demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse students, faculty and administrators and, (f) a willingness to engage in a variety of department and college initiatives.
- Huntingdon College, grounded in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the United Methodist Church, is committed to nurturing growth in faith, wisdom, and service and to graduating individuals prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world. Founded in 1854, Huntingdon is a coeducational liberal arts college.
- Huntingdon College is committed to a policy against legally impermissible, arbitrary, or unreasonable discriminatory practices. Therefore, the College, in accordance with applicable federal and state law and stated College policy, prohibits discrimination in its employment practices and in the delivery of its educational programs on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, age, and/or national origin. Inquiries and or complaints may be addressed to the Huntingdon College Title IX Coordinator / 1500 East Fairview Ave. / Montgomery, AL 36106, phoned to 334-833-4420 or e-mailed to TitleIXCoordinator@hawks.huntingdon.edu. Inquiries or complaints regarding disability services may be addressed to Huntingdon College / ADA Section 504 Coordinator / Director of Disability Services / 1500 East Fairview Ave. / Montgomery, AL 36106, phoned to 334-833-4465 or e-mailed to DisabilityServices@ hawks.huntingdon.edu. For additional information, contact the Atlanta office of the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, 61 Forsyth St. S.W., Suite 19T10, Atlanta, GA 30303-8927 at OCR.Atlanta@ed.gov
Updates: phone interview request 11/18
Campus visit scheduled for January
rejection letter 2/11 x2
Ithaca College, Assistant Professor of Education-Social and Cultural Foundations Edit
Updates: An email update this weekend told me I did not make the final round.
Deadline: January 3, 2016
Loyola University Chicago - Assistant Professor of Higher EducationEdit
phone interviews scheduled
Finalist selected (12/18)
Loyola University, Assistant Professor, Social Studies EducationEdit
Marquette University - Assistant / Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy, K-20Edit
Job talk scheduled in mid-December (11/19)
Search is over, received call that an offer was made and accepted (12/22)
Miami University, Assistant/Associate Professor Curriculum and Cultural StudiesEdit
Any updates on this one?
Michigan State University - Assistant/Associate/Professor Position, Educational Administration, K-12 AdministrationUpdates:
6 job talks have been scheduled now through February.
MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITYEdit
Position: The Department of Advanced Studies, Leadership and Policy in the School of Education and Urban Studies at Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland, is seeking an outstanding candidate to fill a faculty position in the field of Urban Educational Leadership. The position is a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor and will begin in August 2015.
Qualifications: The PhD or EdD in Educational Leadership. Candidates should have graduate level teaching experience, be competent in guiding doctoral student research and dissertations, and have a track record of, or demonstrated potential for, scholarly publications and successful grant writing. Competence in quantitative research design and data analysis, though not a requirement, would be an asset. In addition the candidate should possess a strong commitment to working with an ethnically and culturally diverse student population and be able to contribute to the mission of the School of Education and Urban Studies and the University.
Please submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, a writing sample of approximately 20 pages, copies of official transcripts, and three letters of recommendations to: Dr. Glenda Prime, Chair, Department of Advanced Studies, Leadership and Policy.
DEADLINE: Open until filled.
New York University - Assistant/Associate Professor in Higher Education and Postsecondary EducationEdit
Search committee members said they're probably going to hire someone at the associate level since they got a lot more senior level applications
New York University - Assistant Professor of Special EducationEdit
Updates: campus interviews completed. Any updates?
North Carolina State University - Assistant Professor - Educational Leadership, Policy & Human DevelopmentEdit
UPDATES: Heard job talks scheduled for mid-December
Ohio University - Assistant/Associate Professor of Higher EducationEdit
Received email to schedule phone interview (12/3)
Received email about in-person interview (1/3)
Both offers made and accepted
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- Received rejection e-mail, 02/22 x2
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Full-time clinical positions, one in Early Childhood or Math, one in Adolescent and / or Foundations. Possibility of tenure track conversion. Edit
Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vita, and names of 3 references to Ms. Anna Fishman, Pace University SOE, 861 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, NY 10570 or email to email@example.com. (E-mail submission is preferred.) Application review will begin immediately, and continue until position is filled.
Phone interviews in process
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Assistant/associate professor of STEM education
Screening begins Feb. 15
Who ever got rid of the individual listing is really an ass.
Portland State University, 2 TT positions for mathematics education Edit
The Curriculum and Instruction department is seeking to hire two tenure track faculty members with background and experience in accredited curriculum and instruction, early childhood and/or initial teacher preparation degree programs who can teach graduate level initial teacher preparation elementary education courses, and/or early childhood and curriculum and instruction advanced degree and doctoral specialty courses.
DEADLINE: Application screening begins Dec. 1
Richmont Graduate University, Assistant Professor in Counselor EducationEdit
Updates: Reduced Applicant Pool to Top 6 Candidates as of 06/07/16
Richmont Graduate University invites applications for a full-time Assistant/Associate/Professor of Counseling position with potential to serve in leadership roles in the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in the School of Counseling, beginning Fall 2016 or Spring 2017. Richmont is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and is currently in the process of pursuing CACREP accreditation for its MACMHC program.
Richmont provides Christ-centered education and research that advances God's work of healing, restoration, and transformation in the lives of individuals, churches, and communities. In addition to the MACMHC degree, Richmont also offers a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Master's of Science in Christian Psychological Studies.
Richmont approaches counselor education through the integration of professional counseling and spiritual and theological concepts-a spiritually-sensitive approach to professional counseling that operates within the bounds of ethical standards and a commitment to academic and clinical excellence. The successful candidate will uphold the values of Richmont Graduate University and be prepared to contribute to its Christian mission. The School of Counseling enrolls approximately 220 students in its counseling programs.
Faculty responsibilities: Include teaching graduate-level counseling courses, advising students, serving on University committees, and supervising student clinical work and research. Depending on the applicant's administrative experience, there is potential for serving in administrative roles. Openings are available in both Atlanta and Chattanooga. While primary duties may be restricted to one campus, cross-campus responsibilities may be considered based on the needs of the University. The proposed starting date is July 1, 2016, for a candidate hired for the fall 2016 semester. The position will remain open until filled.
*An earned Ph.D. in Counselor Education from a CACREP-accredited program. (Applicants with ABD status who are nearing degree completion may be considered.)
- Graduate teaching and leadership experience, with a record of appropriate publications in recognized counseling journals and presentations. A strong interest in research and in mentoring thesis projects is favored.
- Commitment to counselor education that facilitates mental health, spiritual growth, and relational healing from a Christian perspective.
- License or licensure eligibility as an LPC in Georgia
- A passion for teaching and mentoring counseling students.
Stanford University (CA) - Faculty Position in early literacy, with emphasis on elementary English language arts (Open Rank)Edit
The Stanford Graduate School of Education is seeking nominations and applications for a faculty member specializing in early literacy. Successful candidates must demonstrate substantial evidence of a creative and productive program of research, impact on his or her field of study (or if junior, the potential for such impact), and a commitment to excellence in teaching and advising students at both graduate and undergraduate levels.
Applications will be reviewed beginning on September 15, 2015 and the position will remain open until it is filled. All application materials must be submitted online.
Please submit your application on Academic Jobs Online: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/5632
question: Has anyone received a request for letters of recommendation?
Rejected on Oct. 20th
The job talks have happened.
San José State University - Assistant Professor Teacher Education K-12Edit
South Dakota State Unveristy - Assistant Professor in Teaching, Learning and LeadershipEdit
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Phone interview schedule for 12/18.
On campus interviews scheduled for February.
Rejection letter, position filled 4/5
Southern Methodist University - Assistant/Associate Professor of Education Policy and LeadershipEdit
on-campus interviews completed.
Texas Tech University - Assistant Professor Higher EducationRequisition number 6110BRReview began on Jan 19, 2016
Texas State University - Assistant or Associate Professor in Developmental Education LiteracyAny updates?
Temple University - Open Rank Professor in Educational PolicyEdit
Updates: on-campus interview scheduled
offer made and accepted
The Tufts University Department of Education (http://ase.tufts.edu/education/ (http://ase.tufts.edu/education/)) invites applications for a fulltime assistant, associate, or full professor in Mathematics Education. The faculty member will pursue a program of scholarly research in Mathematics Education, including but not limited to undergraduate levels and supported by extramural funding; advise MS and PhD students in STEM Education, Master of Arts in Teaching students in Mathematics, and undergraduate doublemajors in Mathematics and Education; teach graduate and undergraduate courses in Education and undergraduate courses in Mathematics. The position requires a doctoral degree in Education, Mathematics, Learning Sciences, or a related field, and a record of research and of effective teaching appropriate to rank. Research related to underrepresented students and/or educational technology is desirable.
The successful candidate may collaborate with faculty from the Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering epartments and have opportunities to collaborate with faculty in Arts & Sciences and Engineering. In addition, the department welcomes joint research with the faculties and research staffs of Bostonarea universities and educational research organizations, for faculty interested to pursue such opportunities. Review of applications will begin on November 16, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled. All applicants should submit a cover letter describing their
research and teaching, a CV, and copies of two representative scholarly works. Applicants at the assistant professor level should also have three confidential letters of recommendation submitted by their authors. Applicants at the
associate or full professor level should submit contact information (names, addresses, and email addresses) for three references. These references will be contacted only if a candidate advances through the review process and has given permission to make the contact. All materials must be submitted through Interfolio at https://apply.interfolio.com/31916 (https://apply.interfolio.com/31916.). Questions can be directed via email to
DEADLINE: review of apps begins Nov. 16
Updates: rejection letter 12/18
University of Alabama-Higher EducationUpdates: Had skype interview first week of December. Contacted me to check references.On-campus in January offer made and accepted (January)
University of Arizona - Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership (EDL) Program in the Department of Educational Policy Studies and Practice
University of Buffalo - Assistant Professor in PreK-16/20 Organizational Theory and Educational Policy AnalysisEdit
Updates: Got email that finalists selected (2/4)
University of California, Davis - Assistant/Associate Professor of Early Childhood EducationEdit
Deadline: November 15, 2015
In-person interviews currently underway
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES-Assistant Professor of Teacher EducationEdit
Deadline: Oct 15, 2015
Invited for on campus interview third week of December.
Candidate offered position and accepted (1/31/2016)
Hiring up to 5 TT faculty in STEM fields over the next few years. Application screening begins Feb 15.
UPDATES: notified of long short list 3/21
University of California, San Diego - Assistant Professor in Teacher Learning, Leadership and PolicyEdit
Deadline: Nov 1, 2015, and Dec 1, 2015
-- Skype interviews in December. Requests sent via email.
-- Rejection email 1/12/2016
-- Did the person who got a rejection email have a skype interview or just get a rejection email?
I had a skype interview, but didn't make the second cut.
University of Colorado Boulder - Open Rank Professor in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Edit
Updates: What happended to the update on this position? I remember the position was filled in an earlier update. Can anyone confirm it? (2/21/16)
University of Colorado Colorado Springs - Assistant Professor of Inclusive Early Childhood EducationEdit
Skype interview Dec. x1
University of Denver - Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership & PolicyEdit
Higher Education position-Skype interview week of 3/14-18. No word since. 3/28.
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University of Louisville - Assistant Professor of P-12 Educational Policy, Leadership and Administration
Any updates on this position? (2/4)
Had a skype interview in early december, nothing since (2/10)
University of Maine at Farmington-Assistant Professor of Early Childhood EducationEdit
UPDATES: Offer extended and accepted
University of Maine - Assistant Professor of Assessment, Curriculum, and InstructionEdit
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four tenure-track assistant or associate professors with expertise in Education Policy and Leadership (2 positions), Teacher Education (1 position) and Social Studies Education/Curriculum Theory (1 position)
Due: October 15, 2015
Has there been an offer for the teacher education position?
'University of Massachusetts Boston - Asst/Assoc Prof Urban Education, Leadership & Policy Studies'Edit
Deadline: Dec 1, 2015
Any updates? (2/4)
'University of Maine - Assistant Professor of Higher Education'Edit
Updates: phone screens first and second week in January
Job talked in Early to Mid Feb.
On-campus completed .
Offer accepted -
'University of Michigan - Open Rank Professor in the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education'Edit
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Assistant Professor - Family Immigration and MigrationEdit
Updates: Received email that committee has selected candidates for on-campus interviews (1/12)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Assistant Professor - Early Childhood Coaching and MentoringEdit
campus invites 1/12/15
University of Nevada, Las Vegas - Assistant Professor of Higher EducationEdit
Any updates? (2/4)
Phone screens completed. Not sure about on-campus
University of New Brunswick (CAN) - Assistant Professor (Teacher Education)Edit
The Faculty of Education at the University of New Brunswick invites applications for a tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of Teacher Education with specializations in one or more of the following areas: Exceptionalities, Social Studies, Science, Language Arts, Physical Education or Leadership.
University of Northern Colorado, Assistant/Associate Professor in Technology, Innoviation, & PedagogyEdit
University of Northern Colorado - Assistant Professor of Applied Statistics and Research Methods (Evaluation Emphasis)Edit
--- Any news on this one? (2/5)
University of North Dakota--Department of Teaching and Learning
8 searches, reviews begin 1/15 to 1/31
Also positions in Educational Leadership
https://und.edu/finance-operations/human-resources-payroll/careers/secure/job-openings-external.cfm?category=2000+Academic&subcategory=2110+Assistant+Professor Update: Phone interview invites went out 2/1 for the Instructional Design position
University of North Texas, Open Rank in Higher EducationUpdates:
-- Posted in August 2015, review started on 9/15/15
-- I had a Skype interview for this position in November 2015. Haven't heard anything since, and the position is now reappearing on various listservs. Has anyone heard anything about this search?
-- On campus interviews recently wrapped up.
DEADLINE: review of applicants begins Nov. 14
Updates: Conducting in-person interviews this week (Jan 11)
University of Oregon - Open Rank Professor in Department Educational Methodology, Policy and Leadership
Updates: Got email that finalists selected (2/1)
Skype interview scheduled for 12/18
Any word? (4/6)
Rejection email (4/12)
University of Rochester- Assistant Professor in Higher EducationEdit
Updates: Position filled. Rejection email in mid-December
Received e-mail notification on 11/13 that materials had passed intial screen and were now under consideration of search committee
(3/14) Any updates?
Phone interview - late January
On-campus interview scheduled - mid-February
University of South Florida - Assistant/Associate Professor in Higher Education and Student Affairs
Updates: Received rejection email from initial round (11/10)
Position has been re-posted, so maybe there was a failed search.
University of Southern Mississippi - Assistant Professor in Higher Education and Student Affairs
Updates: Phone interviews scheduled
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University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Assistant Professor of Quantitative MethodologyEdit
Any news on this one? (2/5)
University of Utah - Two open-rank TT positions: math ed and science edEdit
Review of applicants began Dec. 1
-- Skype interviews (1/19)
-- Campus interview (Week of 2/1)
-- Position filled
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT
Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education UPDATES: -- Any Job offers yet? For those that had a campus interview, any news? Position accepted.
University of Vermont - Assistant Professor in Higher Education, Student Affairs, and Educational Leadership
Skype interview 1/15
Email that finalists selected (2/4)
University of Virginia - Open Rank position in Education Policy (Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy and the Curry School of Education)
Campus visits happening starting Feb 8th 2016
University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, Assistant Professor of Multicultural Education and Educational FoundationsUpdates: Phone interviews scheduled January 13-14
Tenure-Track Position: The department is seeking a promising and innovative scholar who is firmly and actively committed to promoting diversity and social justice through teaching, scholarship, and service at public schools, universities, and community settings. Candidates with extensive experience working with diverse populations, multicultural and/or multilingual students and families; who has expertise in English as a Second Language/TESOL; who has experience with American Indian Education as well as Native populations; and who can provide bold, imaginative, and collaborative leadership to our faculty, students, and the local, state, and national communities that we serve are especially desirable.
Link to post, here
Review of applications will begin immediately and continually reviewed until November 10, 2015
Reposting of job after a failed search last year UPDATES:
Heard this one got cancelled...any news on it?
Looks like they reposted again, so I guess it's still on.
Failed search from last year; reposted; there is a hiring freeze at UW so it may or may not be filled - waiting to hear from provost on all searches (currently 32 at UW) - 10/12/15
This was not a failed search at all. In fact, we hired a wonderful faculty. This was an additional position that the dept was able to "trade" another position for so I'm not sure who is giving info above but it's very inaccurate.
Also there are two distinct TT positions - One in Global/Multicultural, the Other in Ed Foundations. The global position was a faculty who left for Australia, so again - nothing frozen or cut. Both positions are in the final stages. One is in campus visits now, the other will start next week for campus visits. UWL continues to have a very strong and vibrant Ed program.
The job description and notes about the "failed search" under the Multicultural Ed job is from a University of Wyoming job that's been deleted. It looks like someone cut and pasted it into this post?
Valdosta State University - Assistant/Associate Professor in Couselor EducationEdit
The Department of Psychology, Counseling, and Marriage and Family Therapy invite applications for a tenure track, faculty position beginning August 1, 2016. Position will be responsible for the teaching graduate courses in school counseling, including individual and group counseling theories and techniques, career, practicum supervision, and an appropriate undergraduate course; advising M.Ed., and Ed.S. School Counseling candidates; conducting a research agenda that includes publications, presentations, and grant writing; and providing service to the University and the public schools in the region.
The Department of Psychology and Counseling provides programs of study at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. At the undergraduate level the Department offers B.A. and B.S. degrees with a major in psychology. At the graduate level, the Department offers the M.S. degree in psychology in clinical/counseling and industrial/organizational, as well as, a M.Ed. and Ed.S. degrees in School Counseling.
For more information contact Dr. Warner, Head, via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doctorate in Counselor Education (or a closely related doctoral degree) and have been employed as a full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year prior to July 1, 2013; ABD will be considered only if doctorate is in hand by appointment date. A primary identification with the profession of school counseling with a focus on the implementation of the ASCA national model.
A graduate of or teaching experience in CACREP accredited counselor education program; public school guidance counseling experience; familiarity with data-driven school counseling programs; and college teaching and supervisory experience.
A minimum of two (2) years of experience working in a K-12 school setting or professional counseling experience working with children and adolescents.
Licensed or license-eligible as a school counselor or professional counselor in Georgia.
Background or expertise in one or more of the following areas: comprehensive school counseling, supervision, group counseling, career counseling, and human growth and development.
Vanderbilt University - Assistant Professor in Higher EducationEdit
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Vanderbilt University - Open Rank TT Professor - Education Policy and OrganizationsEdit
-- Phone interview completed -- any updates on campus invitations?
-- The on-campus interviews are complete.
-- Phone interview completed, still waiting to hear about campus interview 12/23
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Washington State University - Pullman, WA- Assistant Professor Early Childhood
telephone interview period finished. Campus invite x1 POSITION FILLED
Review of Applicants begins Feb. 8
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Wheelock College - TT Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education Edit
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Winona State University invites you to join our Community of Learners as an Assistant Professor of Spanish & Bilingual Education. This is a probationary/tenure-track appointment starting August 15, 2016. As a faculty member, you will be responsible for (1) developing and coordinating the bilingual education program and serving as liaison with the College of Education; (2) teaching undergraduate courses at all levels of Spanish; (3) developing and teaching undergraduate bilingual teaching methods course, including history and theory; (4) developing and teaching undergraduate Spanish language courses for native/heritage Spanish speakers; (5) advising students; and (6) providing service to the department, university, and/or a professional organization related to the position.
Minimum qualifications for this position are (1) a PhD in Bilingual Education or equivalent degree with bilingual education training in hand by date of appointment; (2) demonstrated experience in teaching Spanish language courses; (3) three years or more K-12 teaching experience; (4) demonstrated scholarly activity and potential; and (5) native or near-native fluency in Spanish and English.
Review begins December 1, 2015
LINK to full description & application: NEOGOV
'Wright State University (OH) - TT Asst. Professor - Early Childhood Education'Edit
The Department of Teacher Education ( TED ) in the College of Education and Human Services ( CEHS ) at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Early Childhood Education with appointment beginning August 15, 2016. The TED in CEHS is known for its extensive school partnerships, innovative programs, and its commitment to the principles of the National Network for Educational Renewal ( NNER ). The department offers undergraduate and graduate programs that lead to initial teacher preparation in selected teaching fields and selected age levels as well as advanced professional programs for current teachers seeking advanced study and/or additional teaching credentials.
Review of applications will begin August 13, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter of interest addressing qualifications as they relate to the position responsibilities, a curriculum vita, names of three references, with contact information, and copies of transcripts electronically at the online posting. To learn more about our College of Education and Human Services at Wright State University, visit our web site http://www.ed.wright.edu.
UPDATES: Phone interviews have taken place, Campus Invites being extended
Dec. 31, any updates on this position?
Jan 27: On campus interviews have taken place. No word on an offer.
June '16: position listed as cancelled on website. Still no official notification from Dept/Univ via email or mail. Seems tacky to interview candidates and never follow up.
'Wright State University (OH) - TT Asst. Professor - Reading/Literacy'Edit
This is a tenure eligible ( TET ) faculty position at the Assistant Professor level; the individual will engage in scholarly work, teach, supervise and advise students, and perform services in support of the Department of Teacher Education and the Literacy programs.
First Consideration Date: 08/13/2015
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Yale-NUS College - Postdoctoral Fellowship in Higher Education ResearchEdit
Yale-NUS College, a collaboration between the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Yale University, is an autonomous undergraduate college located on the NUS campus. Drawing on active modes of learning associated with Western liberal arts education models, we introduce our students to the diverse intellectual traditions and cultures of Asia and the world.
The Yale-NUS College Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) seeks a Postdoctoral Fellow in Higher Education Research, with interests in developing and applying skills of rigorous quantitative or qualitative education policy analysis and a substantive interest in Liberal Arts education -- in Asia and around the world. Reporting to the CTL Director, the Fellow will conduct research and receive mentorship/training in these areas.
· Participation in CTL-based research and evaluation activities and the facilitation and administration of CTL-sponsored events.
· Research support to faculty engaged in investigating teaching. This will include consultation on research designs (qualitative and quantitative), data collection and analysis and the development of final reports.
· Supporting dissemination of project findings within and beyond Yale-NUS College.
· Developing and carrying out a personal research program related to Liberal Arts education in Asia.
· Teaching one relevant course per semester.
Required qualifications and skills:
· Doctoral degree completed within the last four years (earned after May 2011) in Education or pertaining to material covered within the College’s three Divisions -- Sciences, Social Sciences, or Arts and Humanities.
· Knowledge of and experience using quantitative and qualitative research methods.
· Teaching experience at the post-secondary level.
· Strong organizational and project management skills.
Experience and skills that would be an asset:
· Graduate-level work in Education or in teaching and learning of a particular discipline.
· Experience conducting program evaluation.
· Experience supporting faculty in the systematic investigation of their teaching.
· Experience developing instructional materials and/or technologies.
· Demonstrated ability to work effectively with scholars across disciplines.
Appointment and Salary:
Two-year term from 15 July 2016 – 14 July, 2018. Salary and benefits are competitive at an international level.
Deadline = 29 February 2016. Required materials to be submitted via https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/YaleNUS: 1) cover letter outlining qualifications, skills and role responsibilities as listed above; 2) full CV; and 3) contact information for three references submitted. (Note: letters will be requested for short-listed candidates only.) While CTL appreciates all replies to this announcement, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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