University of South Carolina Upstate — Dean, School of Education

School of Education 
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The University of South Carolina Upstate invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the School of Education. The School of Education is accredited by CAEP, and its professional preparation programs are approved by the South Carolina Department of Education and the respective professional organizations. The Dean is the chief administrative officer and academic leader of the School reporting to the Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. For more information regarding the School, go to .

Required: Earned doctorate from an accredited institution and qualify as a full professor in the School. In addition, candidates must have a minimum of three years of administrative experience at the department head, division head or center director level or above with five years preferred. A complete description of the position responsibilities can be found on the application website noted below.

The review of applications will begin immediately with the anticipated appointment beginning January 1, 2018. Complete and submit the on-line academic application that can be accessed by clicking, “Apply for this Posting.” Only applications submitted through the online application process will be considered; therefore, it is necessary to hit the submit button after completing the application. A confirmation number will be issued when the process has been successfully completed. In addition to the online application, the following materials must be submitted either electronically or via mail: letter of application, a signed copy of the online application, vita, three current, dated, signed, and on official letterhead letters of recommendation, copies of graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and any additional materials at . Inquires may be made to: Dr. Rob McCormick, Search Committee Chair,, 864-503-5723.

The University of South Carolina Upstate is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.