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  • Open Rank Professor in Education Policy and Leadership - PK-12 Education 

     

    Open Rank Professor in Education Policy and Leadership – PK-12 Education
    Department of Education Policy and Leadership
    Simmons School of Education and Human Development
    Southern Methodist University

     
    The Department of Education Policy & Leadership at Southern Methodist University (SMU) invites applications for an Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in PK-12 Education (Position #53096). This is a tenure-track position slated to begin in August of 2023. SMU's Department of Education Policy & Leadership (EPL) is a dynamic and collegial environment where research, policy, and practice are valued in the preparation of future leaders in both PK-12 and higher education contexts. Our highly productive faculty has diversity of expertise and pursue a wide-range of research focused on policy, district and community partnerships, and PK-12 practice.

    We seek applicants who have an earned doctorate in educational leadership, policy, administration, or a related field. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, maintaining an active research agenda, seeking external funding, teaching courses in the doctorate of education (Ed.D.) and master's of education programs, advising Ed.D. dissertations, and providing service to the program, department, college, university, and community. There are opportunities to teach, advise, and work with PhD students as well.

    Essential Qualifications:
    —Earned doctorate in PK-12 educational leadership, policy, administration, or a related discipline by August 1, 2023
    —Expertise that contributes to our understanding of PK-12 education, including (but not limited to): school, district, or community leadership; school improvement; and/or organizational development to support social justice and equity
    —Demonstrated commitment to equity and justice in research, teaching, and service that has prepared the candidate to contribute positively to the department 

    Preferred Qualifications (expectations for each are commensurate with candidate's rank):
    —Experience and commitment to teaching, advising, and/or mentoring graduate students
    —Demonstrated record of seeking and/or securing research funding

    Application Procedure:
    Applicants should submit their materials online at http://apply.interfolio.com/112667. The application materials should include:
    1. A cover letter highlighting the candidate's qualifications with specific reference to research and teaching experience/approach as well as outlining their demonstrated commitment to equity and/or justice
    2. Curriculum vitae
    3. One writing sample in the form of a published article, submitted manuscript, or manuscript in preparation
    4. Name, title, and contact information (email address) for three references.
    For questions or to discuss the position, contact search chairs, Dr. Alexandra Pavlakis (pavlakis@mail.smu.edu) or Dr. Meredith Richards (mprichards@mail.smu.edu).
     
    The search committee will begin reviewing applications November 1, 2022, but the committee will continue to accept applications until the position is filled. The start date for the position is Fall 2023. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications. Hiring is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a background check.
     
    Southern Methodist University (SMU) will not discriminate in any employment practice, education program, education activity, or admissions on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status.  SMU’s commitment to equal opportunity includes nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.  The Executive Director for Access and Equity/Title IX1 Coordinator is designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies, including the prohibition of sex discrimination under Title IX.  The Executive Director/Title IX Coordinator may be reached at the Perkins Administration Building, Room 204, 6425 Boaz Lane, Dallas, TX 75205, 214-768-3601, accessequity@smu.edu.  Inquiries regarding the application of Title IX may also be directed to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education.

  • Department Head – Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development 

    The Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development with more than 850
    students and 44 full-time faculty members, offers graduate programs in Adult, Workforce and Continuing Professional Education Counselor Education; Educational Leadership; Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis; and Higher Education. The Department emphasizes exemplary scholarship, teaching, and service in the context of a university education and has a vibrant research culture that inspires and guides students through teaching, advising, and dissertation supervision. As researchers and teachers, the faculty explore complex and pressing contemporary issues and problems facing education and society with a view toward solutions that will make a real, positive difference for students and higher education institutions.

    Position Details
    The Head is responsible for the administration of the department and provides leadership to enhance the quality and impact of faculty research, teaching, and service efforts. He or she recruits, recommends, hires, and supervises faculty and departmental staff, and manages departmental budgets.

    The Head promotes the department through representation in college, university, and external strategic initiatives. The Department Head may also engage in research, teaching, publication, externally funded projects, and other professional activities.

  • Assistant Professor, Economics and Education 

    The program in Economics of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University (TC) seeks to hire a faculty member with expertise in the Economics of Education. This position will be filled at the assistant professor (tenure-track) level. We are interested in promising early career scholars who wish to work in an engaging academic, professional, and social environment, with world-class students in a world-class city and who have a record of, or potential for contributing to TC’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion through scholarship, teaching and/or service. While research focus is flexible, we are particularly interested in candidates whose work examines issues of economic, racial, and/or gender inequality in the context of education. To complement strengths of the existing program faculty, we are seeking scholars whose work is set in the context of PK-12 and/or international education, and/or who can bring expertise in behavioral economics and/or experimental designs. To apply: Submit a substantive cover letter explaining your interest in the position, curriculum vitae, a copy of one publication or working paper (e.g., job market paper, journal article, book chapter, conference paper), and three letters of reference (applicants at the tenured associate level may alternatively submit contact information for three professional references in lieu of letters). Application deadline: Application review will begin November 1, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. The start date for this positions is September 1, 2023. 

    Job Summary/Basic Function:The program in Economics of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University (TC) seeks to hire a faculty member with expertise in the Economics of Education. This position will be filled at the assistant professor (tenure-track) level. We are interested in promising early career scholars who wish to work in an engaging academic, professional, and social environment, with world-class students in a world-class city and who have a record of, or potential for contributing to TC’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion through scholarship, teaching and/or service. While research focus is flexible, we are particularly interested in candidates whose work examines issues of economic, racial, and/or gender inequality in the context of education. To complement strengths of the existing program faculty, we are seeking scholars whose work is set in the context of PK-12 and/or international education, and/or who can bring expertise in behavioral economics and/or experimental designs. Our faculty maintain an active research and publications profile; policy work and public engagement are also encouraged. Faculty normally teach four graduate courses per year in economics of education, including core methodological and/or foundational courses as well as substantive courses in the candidate’s areas of expertise. As a small program, all faculty advise masters and doctoral students, and participate in program administration and leadership activities. Faculty work collegially with students and faculty from EPSA, TC, and the broader Columbia community to build upon common research and intellectual interests. 

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