ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LEADERSHIP STUDIES
Position: The Department of Leadership Studies, College of Education at the University of Central Arkansas announces a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor faculty position with a negotiable starting date of either January 2014 or August 2014. The Department is seeking an experienced faculty member with the appropriate academic preparation and skills to teach the research methods course required for its five MS degree programs and other College of Education graduate programs. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses that serve at least two other graduate programs, preferably School Counseling and College Student Personnel Services. There are also opportunities to teach either cognate courses or research/statistics courses in the PhD Program in Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies.
Requirements: Appropriate doctorate. Professional experiences and accomplishments necessary for appointment to the Graduate Faculty. Record of scholarly productivity at the regional and national level is strongly preferred. Screening begins November 20, 2013, and continues until the position is filled.
Application: A letter explaining qualifications and interest, vita, copy of graduate degree transcripts, and names with contact information (phone numbers and email addresses) of three references, electronic applications are preferred and should be submitted to : email@example.com with Leadership Studies Faculty Position in the subject line. Paper applications should be submitted to: Chair, Leadership Studies Faculty Search Committee, Department of Leadership Studies, 230 Mashburn Building, 201 Donaghey Avenue, Conway, AR 72035. For more information about the department and program, please visit our website: www.uca.edu/leadershipstudies. Additional information about the position can be found on the UCA Human Resources website: www.uca.edu/hr.
The College of Education at UCA values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and who possess a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students. Applicants are encouraged to address this element directly in their application materials.