AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION (CIDE)
Department of Educational Policy and Administration
College of Education and Human Development
University of Minnesota
Department of Educational Policy and Administration, College of Education
and Human Development, University of Minnesota seeks an assistant professor
contribute to teaching, research, and service in the area of comparative
international development education. This is a full-time tenure-track
in a highly regarded college of a major urban research university beginning
Fall Semester 2005. The department is home to four graduate-level program
areas: Higher Education, Comparative and International Development Education,
Educational Administration, and Evaluation Studies. Located in the culturally
diverse cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, the University offers unique
opportunities for research and participation in varied cultural communities.
Additional information about the College and the department may be found
Internet (College: http://www.education.umn.edu/; department:
responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Teaching and advisement: Strengthen the existing preparation of graduate
students in the department. Teach and advise students in the department's
graduate degree programs, particularly in the area of Comparative and
International Development Education.
Research: Develop and maintain a strong record of basic and applied scholarship
in the area of comparative and international development education with
in such areas as comparative education, international program administration,
international development education, and intercultural education. Maintain
commitment to securing external funds to support the individual's active
program of scholarly inquiry.
Service: Participate in college, university, and civic engagement activities.
Participate in the activities of relevant professional organizations.
Background and Experience:
? An earned doctorate in education or a related field, such as one of
sciences. Applications from ABD candidates will be considered, provided
individual is on track to complete the doctorate by 8/29/05.
? Demonstrated, or demonstrated potential for, success in teaching and
contributing to academic program development at the graduate level.
Demonstrated, or demonstrated potential for, research productivity in
of peer-reviewed publications and conference presentations. Demonstrated,
demonstrated potential for, success in procuring external funding.
? Scholarly expertise, research agenda, and research productivity in the
comparative and international development education
? Demonstrated, or demonstrated potential for, teaching and research in
comparative and international development education and publication in
quality juried journals in the field.
? Successful experience in collaborative, multi-disciplinary environments.
Details: The individual hired will be appointed to a full-time,
9-month position beginning Fall Semester 2005 (August 29, 2005, as a
tenure-track Assistant Professor. Summer and May intersession employment
possibility but is not guaranteed. Salary is competitive and commensurate
Process: This position will remain open until filled, but the
search committee will begin its review of applications in October, 2004.
Completed applications will consist of a cover letter addressing
qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses, and phone
of at least three references. Send applications to Comparative and
International Development Education Search, Department of Educational
and Administration, University of Minnesota, 330 Wulling Hall, 86 Pleasant
Street S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455-0221. For further information, contact
Professor R. Michael Paige (612-626-7456) or firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ms. Susan
Jarosak (612-626-3818 or email@example.com).
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