Archive for July, 2021

The Rockefeller University – Chief Diversity Officer

The Rockefeller University – Chief Diversity Officer

The Chief Diversity Officer will be a highly influential leader with the ability to empower others to collectively deepen Rockefeller’s ongoing efforts to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive community for all faculty, staff, postdocs, and students.

Baylor University — Dean, School of Engineering and Computer Science


Baylor University — Dean, School of Engineering and Computer Science


The Dean is accountable for the quality of the School’s academic programs and faculty, and for aligning the priorities of the School with those of the University, enabling the School and University to flourish.

Naropa University  — Dean, Naropa College and the Graduate Collective

Naropa University — Dean, Naropa College and the Graduate Collective

The Dean is responsible for planning, coordination, and administration of the academic programs as well as offering support and guidance to program Chairs, faculty, and staff to develop and strengthen the university’s reputation.

Contra Costa Community College District  — Paramedic Assistant Professor/Program Director

Contra Costa Community College District — Paramedic Assistant Professor/Program Director

The job requires administering the Paramedic program as well as teaching a partial load, part of which may be assigned in the evening and/or weekends.

Bucknell University  — Tenure Track Faculty Position - Electrical and Computer Engineering

Bucknell University — Tenure Track Faculty Position – Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Bucknell University has an open-rank, tenure-track faculty position to begin August 2022.

University of Waterloo — Black Excellence — Multiple Faculty Appointments Open to All Disciplines (Tenure-Track/Tenured)

University of Waterloo — Black Excellence — Multiple Faculty Appointments Open to All Disciplines (Tenure-Track/Tenured)

The University of Waterloo is pleased to announce the cluster hiring of ten tenure-track/tenured academic appointments representing emerging and established career stages who will contribute to Black excellence across all six Waterloo Faculties and to Waterloo’s goal of a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusivity for all through increasing the representation of Black peoples.

University of Dayton — Greater West Dayton Incubator Director

University of Dayton — Greater West Dayton Incubator Director

The GWDI Director is responsible for helping to develop and implement the University of Dayton’s strategy for a neighborhood incubation site in West Dayton

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute — President

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute — President

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute seeks a visionary, courageous, innovative, and institutionally ambitious leader with a deep commitment to research excellence and an exceptional student experience to serve as its next president.

Benedict College in South Carolina to Offer a New Major in Esports Administration

Benedict College in South Carolina to Offer a New Major in Esports Administration

The new major consists of required core classes in Esports and sports management.It will focus on gaming techniques, development, and content creation. Students will also learn management skills for facilities, fiscal, team, and personnel.

New Assignments in Higher Education for Four Black Faculty Members

New Assignments in Higher Education for Four Black Faculty Members

Taking on new roles are Dan Smith at the University of Delaware, KMarie King at Albany Medical College, Derris Devost-Burnett of Mississippi State University, and Bebonchu Atems at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York.

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania Partners With New University in Ghana

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania Partners With New University in Ghana

Historically Black Cheyney University of Pennsylvania and Obokese University of Excellence (OUE) in the West African nation of Ghana have reached an agreement on a collaboration that will allow Cheyney to share its expertise, especially in aquaculture and aquaponics.

Northwestern University — Assistant Dean and Executive Artistic Director

Northwestern University — Assistant Dean and Executive Artistic Director

Reporting to the Associate Dean of External Affairs and Chief of Staff with a dotted line to the Dean of the School of Communication, the Assistant Dean will implement and develop the school’s performing and visual arts strategy.

Ohio State's Dorian Harrision Wins Award From the National Council of Teachers of English

Ohio State’s Dorian Harrision Wins Award From the National Council of Teachers of English

Dr. Harrison’s research focuses on issues of identity and power in literacy education, paying particular attention to how race, class, and language impact teaching and learning. She advocates for the need for culturally and linguistically diverse texts.

Coastal Carolina University — Director of Title IX and Protected Rights

Coastal Carolina University — Director of Title IX and Protected Rights

The Director of Title IX and Protected Rights oversees compliance with Federal and State nondiscrimination, equal access, EEO/AA laws, regulations and executive orders and policies that prohibit discrimination and harassment and provides leadership in the development, implementation and administration of policies and procedures to promote a respectful and diverse campus community.

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health — Assistant / Associate Professor of Biostatistics

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health — Assistant / Associate Professor of Biostatistics

We seek candidates with backgrounds in quantitative health science research in areas such as biostatistical theory and methods and/or machine learning, and data science, with demonstrated expertise in the development of new methods as well as a record of collaborative research.

St. Petersburg College — Dean, College of Business

St. Petersburg College — Dean, College of Business

Directly accountable for the College of Business certificate, associate and bachelor degree programs, including providing leadership for the faculty and staff across the institution, developing collaborative relationships and participative programs with industries, implementing, monitoring and executing quality student/academic programs.

Winston-Salem State University to Offer Free Textbooks to Undergraduates

Winston-Salem State University to Offer Free Textbooks to Undergraduates

Winston-Salem State University has partnered with Barnes & Noble College to implement BNC First Day Complete, a system that bundles the cost of course materials into tuition and ensures students have all their materials for the semester available on or before the first day of class.

University of Notre Dame  — Assistant Professor - Tenured-Track

University of Notre Dame — Assistant Professor – Tenured-Track

The Department of Film, TV and Theatre (FTT) and the Initiative on Race and Resilience (IRR) at the University of Notre Dame are seeking a candidate for a joint appointment as tenure-track assistant professor in critical race studies and Black film with a starting date of August 2022.

University of California Berkeley  — Assistant/Associate/Full Professor - Cluster Hire in Latinxs and Democracy - University of California, Berkeley

University of California Berkeley — Assistant/Associate/Full Professor – Cluster Hire in Latinxs and Democracy – University of California, Berkeley

The University of California, Berkeley seeks applicants for four tenure track (Assistant Professor) positions and one tenured (Associate or Full Professor) position in the area of “Latinxs and Democracy.”

Seven Black Administrators Who Have Been Assigned New Roles at Universities

Seven Black Administrators Who Have Been Assigned New Roles at Universities

Taking on new duties are Olufunke A. Fontenot at Fort Valley State University, Kimberly D. Clark-Shaw at Virginia Tech, Sidney Sessoms Jr. at Delaware State University, Shawna Cooper-Gibson at Boston College, Robert T. Seniors at Florida A&M University, Charlene Alexander at Ball State University, and Christie Taylor at Howard University.

In Memoriam: Julia A. Miller, 1928-2021

In Memoriam: Julia A. Miller, 1928-2021

In 1970 Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, established the Black Studies Center. Dr. Miller was the founding associate director. Within two years she became the director. She served in that role until 1984.

Miami University — Electronic Resources Librarian

Miami University — Electronic Resources Librarian

The Electronic Resources Librarian manages ongoing technical access to electronic resources and collaborates with other librarians and staff to maximize discovery of resources for patrons.

San Francisco State University — Assistant / Associate Professor of Accounting

San Francisco State University — Assistant / Associate Professor of Accounting

San Francisco State University, Department of Accounting offers an exciting opportunity for a tenure-track position as an Assistant/Associate Professor of Accounting, beginning August 2022. We seek a colleague whose teaching and research interests include Business Law, Accounting Ethics and Taxation.

Bryn Mawr College — Student Activities Coordinator

Bryn Mawr College — Student Activities Coordinator

The Coordinator will plan, promote, and manage a broad spectrum of social activities and co-curricular programs.

University of Denver — Director of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning & Faculty Learning Communities

University of Denver — Director of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning & Faculty Learning Communities

The Director of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Faculty Learning Communities will lead and specialize in two areas: (1) promoting and implementing multiple faculty learning communities; and (2) promoting a culture of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning through both faculty education and support.

University of Denver — Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Director

University of Denver — Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Director

The Department of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Denver invites applications for the Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Director position, beginning Fall 2022, with a joint appointment at associate or full professor level.

Georgia Institute of Technology — Vice President for Infrastructure and Sustainability

Georgia Institute of Technology — Vice President for Infrastructure and Sustainability

The VP for IS collaborates with the institution’s academic and research leadership to exercise leadership in the management of the campus’s physical environment.

Miami University — Communications Coordinator

Miami University — Communications Coordinator

Nationally recognized as one of the most outstanding undergraduate institutions, Miami University is looking for a Communications Coordinator for its Howe Center For Writing Excellence.

Union College — Tenure-track Position, Department of Chemistry

Union College — Tenure-track Position, Department of Chemistry

Union College invites applications for a tenure-track position in the Department of Chemistry beginning in Fall 2022 (pending final administrative approval).

University of Chicago — Assistant Professor in Comparative Human Development

University of Chicago — Assistant Professor in Comparative Human Development

We seek a sociologist working in one or more of the following areas: aging and life-course; migration; culture; gender and sexuality; religion; youth; health and medicine; race and ethnicity; or areas that complement the current strengths of the faculty.

Fitchburg State University — Director of Admissions

Fitchburg State University — Director of Admissions

The Director is responsible for the planning, direction, supervision and administration of all activities related to the Office of Admission.

Harvard Kennedy School — Professor of Practice in Public Leadership

Harvard Kennedy School — Professor of Practice in Public Leadership

The Professor of Practice will be expected to play a leading role in facilitating interactions between students and leading civic and governmental leaders.

Occidental College — Special Assistant to the President

Occidental College — Special Assistant to the President

The core purpose of the Special Assistant to the President is to work beside the President while the President fulfills responsibilities internally and externally.

SMU Guildhall — Professor of Practice, Video Game Design

SMU Guildhall — Professor of Practice, Video Game Design

We are looking for faculty to fill a position in an area of specialization: Gameplay Creator, Team Game Production, Art or Programming.

University of Chicago — Professor & Chair of the Committee on Education

University of Chicago — Professor & Chair of the Committee on Education

The aim is to sustain the Committee’s leading role in the study of education across academic fields at one of the world’s great research universities, and to develop an ambitious vision for the Committee’s future.

University of Chicago — Assistant Professor, Committee on Education

University of Chicago — Assistant Professor, Committee on Education

The candidate will have a primary appointment in either the Department of Psychology, Sociology, or Comparative Human Development, as well as an appointment in the Committee on Education.