ASSISTANT PROFESSOR-DEPARTMENT OF TEACHING AND LEARNING
Teaching Position in the Department of Teaching and Learning: The University of Central Arkansas invites applications for an assistant professor. Candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses. A strong background in literacy education, diversity, instructional models, and assessment is preferred. Salary competitive.
Minimum Education: Doctorate in Education.
Application Process: Send application letter, vita, copy of transcripts and three references including name, telephone, and email address to Teaching and Learning Search Committee, College of Education, Mashburn 100, University of Central Arkansas, 201 Donaghey, Conway, AR 72035. Review of applications will begin February 2013 and continue until position is filled. Expected date of employment is August 2013.
Web page: www.uca.edu. UCA is a university of 11,000 students, the College of Education has three departments with undergraduate and graduate programs teacher education programs. UCA is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
THE UNIVERSITY: Recently recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the best master's universities in south, the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) has an enrollment of approximately 11,000 students. UCA offers 81 undergraduate and 42 graduate certificate and degree programs , including doctoral programs in four disciplines. The student body consistently scores above the national average on the ACT exam. UCA is proud of its tradition of teaching excellence and its contributions in scholarly and creative activities. The campus is widely acclaimed for its beauty.
UCA is located in Conway, a thriving city of approximately 65,000, situated in central Arkansas, 30 miles northwest of Little Rock. Conway is also the home of a number of major industries, two liberal arts colleges, a public school system ranked among the state's best, and strong K-12 private schools. Residents have easy access to the Ouachita and Ozark National Forests and pristine wild areas near the Buffalo National River. Real estate is moderately priced and taxes are relatively low. For more information about UCA and the College of Education, go to www.uca.edu.