Assistant Professor of
Painting & Drawing
The Art Department at EKU is accepting applications for a full-time tenure-track position beginning August 15, 2009. Teaching assignment includes three studio classes per
semester. The candidate must be able to teach all levels of painting and drawing, as well
as two-dimensional design, and be capable of overseeing painting curriculum, studio
management and maintenance. Active committee participation within the department,
college, and university is also required. Candidates must have an MFA in painting or
related from a regionally accredited institution and must maintain an active studio practice with an ongoing professional exhibition record. Teaching experience in painting
and drawing beyond TA experience is required. All qualified applicants must apply
through EKU’s employment website at http://jobs.eku.edu (search requisition
0604639) and more information about the situation is available on the site. This position will remain open until filled.
The Department of Languages and Humanities at EKU is accepting applications for a
tenure-track Assistant Professor of Humanities starting August 2009. Area of specialization open but competence required in integrating literary studies, visual culture, philosophy, comparative religions, and music; all within historical context. Outstanding
teaching skills, as well as scholarship and service commitment are necessary.
Curriculum development experience a plus. A Ph.D. from a regionally (SACS, Middle
States, North Central, etc.) accredited institution or from a recognized international university in Humanities, Comparative Studies or related discipline required at time of
appointment; transcript must reflect multidisciplinary graduate level coursework or significant multidisciplinary postgraduate experience. ABD applications will be considered
with letter from dissertation director. Review of applications will begin February 2,
2009, and continue until position is filled. All interested applicants must apply at
http://jobs.eku.edu (search requisition 0601906).
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Assistant Professor, Full-Time
Tenure Track, 9-month contract
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without regard to race, color, national
origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender
identity, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status.
The Department of Art and Design at EKU is accepting applications for a full-time,
tenure track, Assistant Professor position for Foundations Art. Requirements include:
MFA in Studio Art or related from a regionally accredited or internationally recognized
institution; an active studio practice with an ongoing exhibition record; and a demonstrated commitment to foundations pedagogy. All applicants must apply at
https://jobs.eku.edu (search requisition 0604641), where more information about the
position is also provided.
Chattanooga State is a comprehensive community college with strong
transfer, technical, and industrial technology programs. The college
serves a six-county area of southeast Tennessee with an enrollment of
approximately 10,000 students.
INSTRUCTOR, THEATRE ARTS
Chattanooga State Technical Community College application can
be accessed at: https://jobs.tbr.edu. (Click on Chattanooga State)
and must be received in Human Resources by 12:00 a.m. (midnight),
ET, 02/20/2009. Paper applications are no longer being accepted.
(For assistance, 423-697-2443) Minorities and women are strongly
encouraged to apply. Transportation expenses available/some
restrictions will apply. AA/EOE/Titles VI & IX/Section 504/ADA/
applied researchers with strong empirical skills. Specialization in structural industrial organization or empirical open economy macroeconomics is desirable, as is a willingness to
contribute to departmental and college needs in such areas as teaching
graduate applied econometrics, teaching in the MBA program, and participating in a college-wide initiative in
entrepreneurship. Responsibilities include high quality research, graduate
and undergraduate instruction, and a
commitment to fostering the development of departmental activities. Ph.D.
in economics or equivalent required.
Applicants should submit a letter of
application, curriculum vitae, one research paper, and three letters of recommendation. Electronic applications
will not be accepted. Review of applications will begin immediately and
continue until the positions are filled.
Contact: Professor William S. Neilson,
Chair, Economics Search Committee,
523 Stokely Management Center, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-0550. The University of
Tennessee is an EEO/AA/ Title VI/ Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education
and employment programs and services. All qualified applicants will receive
equal consideration for employment
Educational Administration: Professor and Director of the Education
Program. University of Washington
Bothell. The University of Washington Bothell invites applications and
nominations for the position of Professor and Director of the Education
Program, (100% time). Currently offering post-baccalaureate teacher education programs, an undergraduate
education minor, and a Master of Education degree, the program expects
rapid growth in the next few years as
new programs are developed and as
campus outreach to the rapidly growing North Puget Sound region continues. Our faculty are committed to
offering teacher education programs
that advance the public democratic purposes of education in a diverse
society, and we seek a colleague and
leader who can advance these commitments while facilitating program
development and innovation in partnership with PK-12 schools and other parts of the University. University of Washington faculty engage in
teaching, research and service. Please
view complete position description at
acadpers/ads/ aa2034.html. Qualifications: we seek an experienced educational and academic leader with
the administrative and interpersonal
abilities to lead the Education Program through what we expect to be a
time of rapid program development.
Essential qualifications for the position include leadership experience in
teacher education and master’s-level
education programs, an earned doctorate in an appropriate field, the academic qualifications necessary for
appointment at the rank of full professor, and familiarity with K-12 settings. We expect that the successful
candidate will also have accomplish-
Assistant Professor of Art,
Fixed-Term (Contingent on Funding) - Department of Art
seeks a sculpture and ceramics faculty whose creative work and
interest in teaching demonstrate commitment in the field to
teach studio courses. For position details, qualifications and
application information, go to: https://www.stcloudstate.edu/
Application deadline is February 12, 2009. SCSU is committed
to excellence and actively supports cultural diversity. To
promote this endeavor, we invite individuals who contribute
to such diversity to apply, including minorities, women, GLBT,
persons with disabilities and veterans.
St. Cloud State University is a member of the Minnesota
State Colleges and Universities Web site.
ments in more than one of the following areas: development and approval
of innovative programs, leadership for
program review, assessment of student
learning, development of successful
partnerships with PK-12 schools, and
external relations. Application procedures: review of files will begin upon
receipt and continue until the position
is filled. To apply please send: 1. letter
of application that discusses leadership experience in teacher education,
program and institution development,
and collaboration with schools as well
as examples of strategies employed
to encourage excellence in teaching
and scholarship; 2. curriculum vitae;
3. names, addresses, e-mail addresses
and phone numbers of three references. Address all applications materials
to: Education Program Search Com-
mittee, Office of the Vice Chancellor
for Academic Affairs, University of
Washington Bothell, 18115 Campus
Way NE, Bothell, Washington 98011-
8246. Please submit all applications
materials electronically to: vcaa@
uwb.edu. The University of Washington, Bothell is an affirmative action,
equal opportunity employer.
Education/Kinesiology: Assistant/Associate Professor, interdisciplinary focus on physical activity and cognitive
connections in children, beginning in
August 2009. Appointment would be
in one of the five departments in the
School Education, Health, and Society. Required Qualifications: Ph.D.
in education, kinesiology, psychology,
health, or a related field by time of the
appointment; knowledge of and ex-