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Tenure-Track PositionsEdit

Hampshire College (MA)  --  Assistant Professor of Environmental EducationEdit

Hampshire College, an innovative, independent liberal arts institution, is accepting applications for an assistant professor of Environmental Education in the School of Cognitive Science. This is a new, endowed, interdisciplinary position at the crossroads of Education, Environmental Studies, and the Behavioral Sciences. The Jonathan Lash Endowed Chair of Environmental Education is meant to advance the study of sustainability and environmental education by utilizing behavioral sciences to tackle environmental problems.

Applicants should have a doctorate in Environmental Education or a similar field, such as an Education doctorate along with demonstrated work in an environmental or behavioral science.  An ability to make connections to environmental ethics or environmental justice is expected. Hampshire College has a strong commitment to sustainability. It is home to a living building, a farm; and a Center for the Environment, making our campus an exciting place to work in sustainability and environmental education.

The successful candidate will show clear promise for developing innovative undergraduate teaching and engaging students at all levels in research. Candidates will be expected to design and teach two courses per semester at both the introductory and advanced undergraduate levels. Active research and interest in mentoring students engaged in independent research projects are expected. Faculty are encouraged to develop interdisciplinary collaborations with colleagues in education and the sciences, as well as to work with community partners. Hampshire College is a member of the Five College consortium with Amherst College, Smith College, Mount Holyoke College, and the University of Massachusetts.

Hampshire College is committed to an active, intentional, and ongoing engagement with diversity—in the curriculum, in people, and in the College’s intellectual, social, and cultural endeavors. We encourage applicants who will contribute to the College’s commitment to creating an inclusive and diverse academic community and strongly encourage applications from women and members of underrepresented groups.

Review of applications begins October 24, 2017.  A PhD/EdD is required at time of appointment, July 1, 2018. Hampshire College offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit program. Applicants should submit the following: 1) letter of application; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) teaching statement addressing demonstrated ability to instruct a diverse student body with descriptions of potential courses and undergraduate research topics; 4) research statement with your own research plans and ideas for interdisciplinary collaboration with other faculty; and 6) three professional references. All materials should be submitted via our website at: https://jobs.hampshire.edu/

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Hampshire College is an equal opportunity institution, committed to diversity and inclusion in education and employment.

Virginia Tech - Assistant Professor, Child and Adolescent DevelopmentEdit

The Department of Human Development and Family Science invites applications for an academic year, tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Child and Adolescent Development area with a Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Science, Psychology, Education, or a related field at the time of appointment. Applicants should have expertise in child cognitive development. Opportunities are available to interact with faculty in Virginia Tech’s transdisciplinary initiatives focused on Adaptive Brain and Behavior as well as Equity and Social Disparity in the Human Condition. The starting date is August 10, 2018. Review of applications will begin December 1, 2017 and will continue until a suitable candidate is appointed.

Required Qualifications:

  • A doctoral degree in Human Development and Family Science, Psychology, Education, or a related field at the time of appointment;
  • Expertise in cognitive development in infancy, early childhood, and/or middle childhood.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • An interest in studying relationships among human behaviors and social environments as they affect children’s cognitive development;
  • An interdisciplinary perspective that integrates a variety of methodological approaches and theories from related disciplines, such as developmental science, behavioral science, cognitive/behavioral neuroscience, or computational science;
  • Demonstrated experience with interdisciplinary research and/or teaching in areas that align with Virginia Tech’s university-wide, multi-disciplinary initiative focused on Adaptive Brain and Behavior (https://provost.vt.edu/destination-areas/da-brain.html) and Equity and Social Disparity in the Human Condition (http://inclusive.vt.edu/ESDHC.html).

Deadline: December 1st, 2017

APPLICATION LINK: https://listings.jobs.vt.edu/postings/80334

Central Washington University - Assistant or Associate Professor, Mathematics EducationEdit

The Mathematics Department at Central Washington University (CWU - Ellensburg, WA) invites applications for a nine-month tenure-track faculty position in Mathematics Education at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor beginning September 2018. CWU is a public, four-year university offering baccalaureate and master's degrees within its five colleges. The Mathematics Department, part of the College of the Sciences, is an active and vibrant department of nineteen tenure-track faculty and seven full-time non-tenure track instructors. Our largest major is mathematics education, followed by actuarial science, and a variety of degrees in mathematics or applied mathematics. The department enrolls approximately 1500 students each quarter with an average class size of 30-35 students. Mathematics education classes tend to be smaller with enrollments averaging 20-25 students. With an emphasis on academic distinction, excellent teaching, and student success, CWU has a longstanding reputation as being one of the premiere institutions in the Pacific Northwest for the preparation of highly trained middle level and secondary mathematics teachers. 

Job Duties: Primary responsibilities of this position include teaching courses specifically designed for pre-service elementary, middle, and secondary teachers, as well as mathematics or statistics content courses. The successful candidate will be expected to possess superior teaching abilities, the potential for conducting scholarship and a desire to participate in department, university, and community service. Service responsibilities are likely to include advising prospective middle school and secondary teacher candidates and participating in mathematics education community service including K-12 outreach. The average teaching load is twelve credits per quarter.

Minimum Qualifications 

  • Earned doctorate by September 14, 2018 in:
    • mathematics education with the equivalent of a master's degree in mathematics
    • mathematics with significant experience/education in K-12 teacher education, or
    • education with the equivalent of a master's degree in mathematics.
  • Background in mathematics education
  • Evidence of work with K-12 teachers and/or students related to mathematics teaching
  • A willingness to participate in K-12 outreach
  • Potential to develop an active research/scholarship program

Deadline: October 20th, 2017

APPLICATION LINK: http://bit.ly/2fBs0Zw

Gonzaga University (WA) - Assistant Professor, Education - DELAEdit

Job Summary: The Department of Educational Leadership and Administration (DELA) in the School of Education at Gonzaga University invites applications for one (1) tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin August 28, 2018. Expertise in K-12 school leadership, specifically in gathering and analyzing relevant data for school improvement, leveraging fiscal resources, influencing state and federal governmental structures that impact the financial well-being of the system and local school initiatives, and teaching these areas of expertise in an online environment, is required. The faculty member is expected to instruct and advise doctoral students in face-to-face and online course environments in the Doctor of Educational Leadership (EdD) degree program, a hybrid 51-credit, 7-semester, cohort-based program. The faculty member will also be expected to instruct and advise master's level students in one or more of the following degree programs:

  • Cohort-based Master of Education degree in Canada (Alberta & British Columbia) or the United States 
  • Online Master of Arts degree

The doctoral and master's degree programs in DELA are designed for working professionals who desire to be educational leaders in their schools and districts. The focus is on linking theory and research to professional practice so as to develop individual capacity for school leadership. Course assignments require candidates to apply their learning in order to critically analyze problems and respond to real-world issues in their professional work.

Minimum Qualifications:


  • EdD or PhD in an area applicable to the Doctor of Educational Leadership program
  • At least 5 years of experience as a K-12 administrator with demonstrated effectiveness in K-12 school leadership
  • Demonstrated ability and interest in leading peers on a project on a long-term basis as part of shared leadership for a program or school
  • At least one year experience in analyzing data to improve schools and teaching practices
  • At least one year experience in leveraging fiscal resources to improve schools
  • At least one year experience in influencing state and federal governmental structures that impact the financial well-being of the system and local school initiatives
  • At least one year experience in schools with high levels of diversity
  • At least one year experience in the development and instruction of online courses
  • Commitment to Gonzaga's mission as a Catholic, Jesuit, and humanistic institution, especially to social justice within the context of K-12 and graduate education
  • Ability to travel internationally

Application link: http://bit.ly/2iAec6f


Gonzaga University (WA) - Associate or Full Professor, EducationEdit

Job Summary: The School of Education (SOE) invites applications for a full-time, tenure track faculty member, at the rank of Associate or Professor, interested in teaching graduate courses and serving as director of the School Psychology Program beginning fall 2018. Responsibilities of the director include administering and coordinating the program as well as facilitating national approval. Additional responsibilities include advising and active participation in University, Departmental, and School committees. We seek a candidate who will complement and possibly expand our strengths in areas that support the institutional mission of educating students for lives of leadership and service for the common good.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A Ph.D. in School Psychology or related area. 
  • Demonstrated ability and interest in leading peers on a project on a long-term basis as part of shared leadership for a program and school.
  • Evidence of effective, collaborative leadership. 
  • Evidence of teaching excellence.
  • A strong and ongoing record of scholarly accomplishments and service. 
  • Demonstrated ability to articulate a vision for the program especially the development of a doctoral level strand.


Missouri State University - Assistant Professor, History EducationEdit

The History Department at Missouri State University in Springfield, MO invites applications for a Tenure Track Assistant Professor position in Social Science and/or History Education.  The successful candidate will be one of two faculty in the department whose primary responsibilities including providing courses in Secondary Social Science methods, supervising pre-service teachers, and other administrative duties as related to education accreditation and advising.  Additional undergraduate and graduate course offerings will depend upon the successful candidate’s area of specialization in history and/or area studies.  Candidates whose expertise and/or experience will contribute to the department’s commitment to prepare our students to teach in diverse settings are particularly encouraged to apply.  Ph.D. in History, Social Science or History Education, or related area studies.  Outstanding candidates at the A.B.D. level will be considered, but must have completed the Ph.D. within one year of initial appointment.  To apply, please submit a cover letter, curriculum vita, three confidential letters of recommendation and syllabi in U.S. or World History and an upper-level course.  All application material, including letters of recommendation, must be submitted electronically to http://jobs.missouristate.edu/postings/35314.   First date of consideration is October 16 with the position remaining open until filled.  Employment will require a criminal background check at University expense.  Questions should be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Michelle Morgan (MichelleMorgan@MissouriState.edu). Missouri State University is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action/minority/female/veterans/ disability/sexual orientation/ gender identity employer and institution.  We encourage applications from all interested minorities, females, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and sexual orientation/gender identity.

DEADLINE: October 16

APPLICATION LINK: http://jobs.missouristate.edu/postings/35314.   


University of Washington (WA) - Assistant Professor, Education (Literacy Instruction in Multilingual Elementary School Settings)Edit

The University of Washington, College of Education seeks to fill a nine-month, full-time position for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Literacy Instruction in Multilingual Elementary School Settings.  We seek a colleague whose teaching and research are focused on literacy instruction (including reading and writing) in multilingual settings and motivated by goals of equity in the elementary classroom and beyond.  Our new colleague will join our Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum (TLC) area, a national leader in research on teaching, teacher learning, teacher education, and curriculum.

We are a College that takes teacher education and the teaching and learning of school subjects as central to our mission. The successful candidate will join faculty who share a commitment to equity, democracy, and justice in education and society. In particular, the candidate will join with TLC faculty in the program of Language, Literacy, and Culture as well as colleagues throughout the COE who share a commitment to equity. The successful candidate must possess: (1) an earned doctorate in Education or closely related field, with expertise in literacy instruction in multilingual settings; (2) a minimum of three years experience teaching in schools, preferably with multilingual students, and experience working with teachers; (3) previous higher education teaching and research experience; and (4) a record of scholarly publications and successful external funding, or potential for each.

We are open to candidates with a variety of methodological perspectives and scholarly interests, including but not limited to: intervention research, research-based reading practices, academic literacies, digital literacies, New Literacies, bi/multiliteracies, critical language awareness, discourse analysis, or literacy development in dual language or ESL/EAL instruction.

We are searching for a scholar with a deep and expansive understanding of scholarship and practice in K-8 literacy instruction (reading and writing). Preferred candidates must have a commitment to teacher education and teacher development, as well as experience working with teachers and multilingual students. The successful candidate will have a productive research agenda, seek external research funding, and contribute to the national and local discourse and scholarship around K-8 literacy instruction in multilingual settings. Our new colleague will teach regularly in one or more of the elementary teacher education and endorsement programs, participate in undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs; advise and mentor graduate students; and participate in service and outreach activities, including building partnerships with K-12 schools. The College of Education is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment.

Application review begins: October 1st, 2017

Application link: http://bit.ly/2fuSyep


University of Washington (WA) - Assistant Professor Education (Educational Measurment)Edit

THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SEATTLE, College of Education, seeks to fill a nine-month, full-time position for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Educational Measurement. The UW COE Measurement & Statistics (M&S) graduate program, which began in the late 1960s, prepares students to be leaders in the research and practice of stateoftheart test development, psychometrics, and applied statistics. Both faculty and students in the program are dedicated to improving policy and equity through the practice of rigorous quantitative research methodology. At this time, we seek applicants with a doctoral degree in Educational Measurement & Statistics or closely related field (e.g., quantitative psychology), with a scholarly focus on item response theory (IRT) modeling. More specifically, applicants should demonstrate an active research program in an area such as: multilevel IRT, longitudinal IRT, differential item functioning (DIF) in IRT, other latent variable models for item-level data, large-scale test development, computer-adaptive testing, or Bayesian analysis methods for item-level data. Additionally, we anticipate that applicants will also have some expertise conducting applied research in one or more substantive areas such as classroom assessment, teacher education, special education, literacy education, or early childhood education.

The successful candidate should be prepared to (1) maintain an active research program in one or more of the areas listed above (or other synergistic areas), (2) teach undergraduate and graduate level courses in educational measurement and statistics, and advise and mentor graduate students, (3) engage in grant development activities focused on quantitative methodology as well as collaborations with other faculty, and (4) engage in service to local, state, and national community partners when such opportunities arise. Teaching duties for this position will specifically include educational assessment courses for candidates in our teacher preparation programs, as well as courses in psychometrics and statistics. Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to teaching and mentorship at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and have experience with or willingness to work with a highly diverse student body.

The College of Education is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment.

Application review begins October 1st, 2017.

APPLICATION LINK: http://bit.ly/2wZGRYr


University of Washington (WA) - Assistant Professor, Education (Educational Politics, Governance, and Finance)Edit

THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SEATTLE, College of Education, seeks to fill a nine-month, full-time position for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the areas of Educational Politics, Governance, and Finance with a focus on educational equity and learning across P-12 settings. Strong candidates would have active research agendas in policy, organizations, and/or leadership, addressing such topics as the politics of education/governance and state and federal policy, especially regarding education finance. A successful candidate will bring an explicit equity lens to such matters and a demonstrated commitment to examining and contributing to new political, organizational, or resource arrangements that foster equitable educational opportunities and outcomes especially for students traditionally underserved by public school systems. Preference will also be given to candidates who have demonstrated expertise in quantitative and/or mixed methods. All candidates must have an earned doctorate by the date of appointment in a relevant field or discipline such as educational policy, educational finance, leadership and organizations, political science, public policy, economics, or sociology.

The faculty member will teach courses on such topics for Ph.D. and M.Ed. students across the College and be the main contributor to one or more practitioner-focused programs (e.g., Leadership for Learning [Ed.D.], the Danforth Principals Program and the Masters in Education Policy [MEP] Program). The faculty member will also have opportunities to contribute to undergraduate programs. We are especially interested in candidates who have a strong interest in and capacity to collaborate with other researchers, practitioners, and historically underserved communities across multiple levels of educational systems. The faculty member will join a team of highly collaborative colleagues on research projects, courses, and partnerships with school systems, education nonprofits/advocacy organizations, and governmental agencies that address essential gaps in knowledge and practice.

The UW College of Education, the nation's No. 3-ranked public school of education, is a vibrant working environment characterized by an atmosphere of supportive and interdisciplinary collaboration, both within the College and across the entire University. The College dedicates its resources to make excellent education a daily reality for all students and is committed to solving real-world educational challenges and closing opportunity gaps. The members of the College maintain a set of active partnerships with more than 300 educational institutions in the region, state, and nationschools, school districts, community-based organizations, informal educational institutions, and professional organizations. Our College's mission leads us to invest in recruiting colleagues who demonstrate experience with, knowledge of, and a commitment to working with culturally diverse and minoritized communities to address pressing educational challenges and foster a more just and caring society. University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research, and service. The College of Education is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment.

DEADLINE: November 15th, 2017

APPLICATION LINK: http://bit.ly/2woP0Cg


University of Washington (WA) - Assistant Professor, Education (Learning Sciences & Human Development)Edit

THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SEATTLE, College of Education, seeks to fill a nine-month, full-time position for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Learning Sciences and Human Development with a focus on the design of innovative learning environments, educational equity, and macro-political phenomena. Strong candidates will have active research agendas in learning and education with a focus on improving equity and excellence in learning opportunities and outcomes, addressing topics that may include (but are not limited to) the following: creating expansive learning opportunities for youth and communities (e.g., through tinkering and making experiences); promoting and expanding the boundaries of disciplinary learning (e.g., in history, literacy, or STEM subjects); connecting learning across formal and informal learning environments for youth from non-dominant communities; designing innovative learning environments based on an understanding of social, political, and historical aspects of learning; designing learning experiences to help youth productively coordinate multiple identities (e.g., racial, gender, class, academic, learner). A successful candidate will bring a demonstrated commitment to examining and contributing to equitable educational opportunities and systemic transformation (e.g., attending to issues of race, culture, class, and colonization in knowing and learning; building equity-focused capacity across learning organizations through design-based implementation research; considering cultural and social justice benefits of connecting different knowledge and learning systems). All candidates must have an earned doctorate in learning sciences, educational anthropology, or another relevant field or discipline.

The faculty member will teach courses on such topics for Ph.D. and M.Ed. students across the College and be a main contributor to practitioner-focused preparation programs (e.g., the elementary or secondary Master in Teaching [MIT] Program). The faculty member will also have opportunities to contribute to undergraduate programs. We are especially interested in candidates who have a strong interest in and capacity to collaborate with other researchers, practitioners, and historically underserved communities across multiple levels of educational systems. The faculty member will join a team of highly collaborative learning scientists who work closely with faculty across the College and University on research projects, courses, and partnerships with school systems, informal educational institutions, and community organizations that address essential gaps in knowledge and practice related to educational equity and social transformation.

 

The committee will begin reviewing applications on October 1st, 2017. The position will remain open until filled. Appointment to commence September 16, 2018.

APPLICATION LINK: http://bit.ly/2wTbQUY

 

Western Oregon University (OR) - Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Education (Division of Education and Leadership)

Application Deadline:  Review of applications begins October 2, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.

The Division of Education and Leadership at Western Oregon University invites qualified applicants for an appointment of Assistant Professor in Early Childhood Education. This is a full-time, tenure-track position with probable summer employment. Salary is dependent upon qualifications. Excellent benefits package.

The successful candidate will join a rapidly growing and dynamic Early Childhood Education (ECE) program dedicated to inclusive practices and social justice. The Early Childhood program offers two bachelor’s degree options; a non-licensure Early Childhood Studies major, and an Early Childhood Teaching Authorization major.  The ECE program is part of the Division of Education and Leadership in the College of Education, nationally recognized for its leadership in evidence-based teacher preparation. 

Responsibilities:


  • Teach undergraduate and graduate classes in face-to face, hybrid, and online formats, with opportunities for summer, off-campus, and international teaching
  • Supervise clinical experiences and prepare students to interact effectively with children and families in inclusive Early Childhood settings
  •  Assist undergraduate and graduate students, including academic advising
  • Participate in curriculum review and development including activities related to accreditation. Familiarity with state and national standards (NAEYC, CEC/DEC, InTASC, CAEP)
  • Provide service to the department, University, and profession
  • Collaborate in the growth of the Early Childhood Teacher Education Program

Qualifications:


  • Earned Doctorate in Early Childhood Education or closely related field (ABD considered, but the position requires completion of all doctorial requirements by September 17, 2018)
  • Evidence of at least three years successful, early childhood (birth-3rd grade) teaching experience in an educational setting (educational settings may include home visitors, classroom teachers, parent educators, EI/ECSE experience, preschool/Head Start, or K-3rd grade classrooms)

Preferred Qualifications:


  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice and inclusive education
  • Demonstrated excellence in teaching and/or supervision in undergraduate/graduate early childhood teacher education courses with emphasis on inclusive practices and philosophies
  • Knowledge of NAEYC and CEC/DEC recommended practices and guidelines
  • Knowledge, experience and/or expertise in one or more of the following early childhood specific areas: STEAM, bilingual education, challenging behaviors and/or trauma/resilience
  • Experience teaching university students online, hybrid, and/or face-to-face
  • Experience working with non-traditional student populations (international students, bilingual ELL, first generation, career changers, etc.)
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with students and colleagues from diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds
  • Demonstrated commitment to collaboration in research and service
  • Evidence of emerging scholarship
  • Demonstrated commitment to professional and community service

Start Date:  September 17, 2018

Contact Information: Questions regarding this position may be directed to Dr. Cindy Ryan, Search Committee Chair, at ryanc@wou.edu or at 503-838-8605. For questions regarding the application process or to submit your application documents, please contact Human Resources at 503-838-8552 or employment@wou.edu.

Application Process:  '''You may submit all materials online at 'www.wou.edu/facultyapp

Required application materials (PDF preferred):

·         A WOU Faculty Application Form (available at www.wou.edu/facultyapp)

·         Letter of interest that addresses each qualification of the position. Please include how your experience, education, and/or training might help us build a more inclusive, collaborative, and diverse community.

·         Current curriculum vita including evidence of scholarly activity

·         Names and contact information for three references

·         Copy of unofficial transcripts for highest degree

As an alternative, you may submit application materials to:

F1710. Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Education

Western Oregon University

Human Resources Office

345 Monmouth Ave N.

Monmouth, OR  97361                                                                                                          

-OR- E-mail as an attachment to employment@wou.edu  -OR- Fax to 503-838-8144.

Western Oregon University (WOU) www.wou.edu is a mid-sized public comprehensive university located in the Monmouth-Independence area, the heart of Oregon’s lush Willamette Valley. The University serves a large number of first-generation college students. WOU has received national recognition for its commitment and success in serving students. In 2014 Western Oregon University was ranked highest in the Pacific Northwest and 85th in the nation for economic value and employability of its graduates, by Educate to Career, Inc. The campus is about 20 minutes from Salem, the state’s capital, about 75 minutes from Portland, the state’s cultural hub, and a short drive from the Oregon coast, mountains, and other scenic areas. The university is located in an increasingly diverse, bilingual, and rural area in the Willamette Valley.  Our student body of about 5200 undergraduate and 400 graduate students enjoys the vibrant and close-knit intellectual community of a leading liberal arts college.

Western Oregon University is an EO/AA/Veteran/Disability employer committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce.

Western Washington University (WA) - Assistant Professor, Elementary Physical Education and Health

About the Position: The Kinesiology and Physical Education Program of the Health and Human Development (HHD) Department at Western Washington University is seeking one full-time tenure track Assistant Professor of Elementary Physical Education and Health beginning September 2018. 

About the College/Department: The HHD Department is the largest department at Western. There are currently over 500 undergraduates enrolled in the three programs of Health, Recreation and Kinesiology and Physical Education. The department’s faculty members are dedicated to teaching, involved in research, and active in professional organizations. The department supports Western’s mission to bring together individuals of diverse backgrounds and perspectives in an inclusive, student-centered university that develops the potential of learners and the well-being of communities, and encourages applications from diverse candidates. 

Position Responsibilities: 


  • The Department, the College and the University value teaching and expect each person hired to be an exemplary teacher (including use of effective strategies such as varied teaching formats, timely feedback, etc.); to be current in his/her discipline; to engage students actively in their own learning; to maintain high standards regarding course content; and to be available to students through regularly scheduled office hours in keeping with department policy. Those hired are expected to participate in scholarly and/or creative activity, and perform career related services roles on and off campus.</li></li></li></li></li></li></li></li></li></li></li></li></li></li>
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  • Perform career related services roles on and off campus</li>

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    APPLICATION LINK: http://bit.ly/2fESpp9

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    Western Washington University (WA) - Assistant Professor, Physics and/or Astronomy Education Research

    About the Position: The ideal candidate will enhance existing strengths in undergraduate education and science teacher preparation and will contribute actively in identifying and responding to new challenges and opportunities in these areas.  Teaching assignments will be distributed evenly between courses in physics and astronomy and courses in SMATE. An active research program in Physics Education or Astronomy Education is expected, especially one that engages undergraduate research assistants and supports collaborations within and between SMATE and Physics. Service activities include departmental committees and student advising. Participation in planning and facilitating summer professional development programs for inservice K-12 teachers, with the possibility of summer salary, is encouraged. 

    About the College/Department: Western Washington University, a primarily undergraduate institution with enrollment of about 15,000 students, was ranked highest among public, master's-granting universities in the Pacific Northwest by U.S. News & World Report in 2017.  The Physics and Astronomy Department serves about 120 majors, half of whom are active in faculty-mentored research, and offers a B.S. in Physics and a B.A. in Education.  The campus culture supports a teacher-scholar model for faculty, in which classroom teaching and research are both explicitly valued. WWU prepares more K-12 teachers than any other institution in Washington State.  SMATE is housed in the College of Science and Engineering, includes 12 faculty members with joint appointments in Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Geology, Computer Science, and the College of Education, and is led by a full-time director.  SMATE prepares teachers in science content and methods and has an established history of leading and supporting systemic science education reforms efforts in Washington State and nationally.  SMATE faculty engage actively in interdisciplinary collaborations in research, teaching, and teacher professional development.

    Position Responsibilities: Candidates must have a record of high quality and commitment to developing and maintaining a strong program of scholarship in physics or astronomy education. Successful applicants will be expected to actively involve undergraduate research assistants and to apply for external funding to support ongoing projects. Post-doctoral research experience and current engagement in Physics/Astronomy Education Research and/or Science Education research are strongly preferred. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate potential for active collaborations with other WWU faculty.

    Required Qualifications:


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  • Strong communication skills</li>

    APPLICATION LINK: http://bit.ly/2xq4S84

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    UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS RIO GRANDE VALLEY (TX) - Tenure Track Assistant Professor of English Education

    https://careers.utrgv.edu/postings/16334

    Deadline: January 19, 2018. </li>

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    University of Washington (WA) - Research Associate, Gifted EducationEdit

    The University of Washington (UW) Robinson Center for Young Scholars (RC), in partnership with the College of Education (CoE) seeks to fill a twelve-month postdoctoral position in Gifted Education. The successful candidate will have an appointment in the College of Education, but will work on research projects at the RC.  This position will be fully funded by the RC, with a targeted start date of September 1, 2018, and the possibility of renewal contingent upon funding and successful performance of the position's responsibilities. The successful candidate will work on:

    • Designing research studies related to effectiveness and impact of Robinson Center programs;
    • Developing research based curriculum for professional development;
    • Other related duties and projects as needed.

    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, but must be received by April 30, 2018 for full consideration. 

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    University of Washington (WA) - Research Assistant Professor, Education (STEM Education)Edit

    The University of Washington, College of Education, seeks to fill a Research Assistant Professor position in the area of STEM education and teacher education. We seek someone with a focus on ambitious and equitable teaching practices in K-12 settings, with knowledge of responsive teaching with students from nondominant and historically disenfranchised cultures, and extensive experience conducting qualitative and quantitative educational research on professional learning. This position requires a familiarity with STEM teaching practices, theories of job-embedded professional learning opportunities, university-school partnerships and networked improvement communities. The successful candidate will be a recognized as a researcher who is developing national and international recognition in these fields. The Research Assistant Professor will also support INSPIRE and further develop professional learning opportunities with local K-12 schools. This is a multi-year, full-time, twelve-month non-tenure track position that is contingent upon available funding. There is no state funding associated with this position. The successful candidate will secure external funding for their research.

    Specifically, the Research Assistant Professor will be expected to: serve as Principal and Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) on research projects; write grants and develop, oversee, and execute research activities; write and collaborate on publications; coordinate research efforts across teams and support more junior scholars; support faculty in developing research-practice partnerships through INSPIRE; and publish in peer reviewed journals and other outlets recognized by the field. The Research Assistant Professor should be prepared to support scholars or practitioners of color from historically marginalized groups and provide support for enacting equitable university-community relations.

    The successful candidate must have a Ph.D. or foreign equivalent in learning sciences, science or math education, and/or teacher learning and leadership and will pursue an active, funded program of research and professional development in the areas related to this position. We are especially interested in candidates who have: a deep expertise in equitable research-practice partnerships, networked improvement communities, responsive teaching, and practical measurement; knowledge of partnering with multicultural and multilingual communities, and expertise in pedagogies that incorporate students' funds of knowledge; multi-year experience in developing, managing, and facilitating professional learning for teachers; extensive experience with the Ambitious Science Teaching and the NGSS and Common Core frameworks; multi-year experience as a K-12 math or science teacher; experience in project management with strong organizational skills; and the ability to innovate in the area of instructional and organizational improvements, and connect with university departments, school sites, evaluators, and other collaborators in this regard.

    The College of Education is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment.

    The committee will begin reviewing applications on October 1, 2017. The position will remain open until filled. Appointment to commence on or before January 2018.

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