Miami University — Assistant / Associate Professor, Socio-Cultural Foundations of Education

Educational Leadership: Assistant/Associate Professor to envision, teach and coordinate graduate teaching of the College’s required socio-cultural studies in education course for pre-service teachers; teach graduate courses in social and cultural theory related to education and educational leadership; advise master’s and doctoral students and serve on student committees; mentor graduate students in teaching and research; assist with program development and administration; participate in university service; conduct high quality research that contributes to the theory and practice of inclusive, engaging learning environments for all students. The start date for this position will be in August, 2017.

Required: An earned doctorate in Socio-Cultural Foundations of Education, Educational Studies, or a related field, by time of appointment. Evidence of excellent teaching. Evidence of established (for associate rank) or emerging (for assistant rank) scholarly agenda. Knowledge of and experience with multicultural populations.

Strong candidates will possess experience with critical and liberal arts approaches to social foundations of education courses for undergraduates in teacher education programs. Experience with international, comparative, or transnational studies in education. Experience or interest in teaching research methods/methodologies. Experience with online or hybrid teaching. Experience in securing external funding to support research and programming.

Submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching effectiveness (associate rank) or, statement of teaching philosophy (assistant), transcripts (for assistant rank upload as “other”), and writing sample to Direct inquiries to Dr. Kate Rousmaniere, rousmak@miamioh.eduor 513-529-6843. Screening of applications will begin October 1, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled.

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