The College of Education at the University of Arizona, an AAU-member institution, is seeking to fill two faculty positions. One area of interest at the Associate Professor level includes all specializations in Educational Psychology, including learning, motivation, development, and instruction, with a special emphasis on quantitative methods in educational research addressing either statistics or measurements (Job No. 51105). The Educational Leadership Program in the Department of Educational Policy Studies and Practice seeks an assistant professor with a primary emphasis in policy and/or socio-political context of policy and practice as these relate to school leadership in diverse communities and challenging political contexts (Job No. 51093).
Opportunities exist for able and energetic educators to create and implement powerful programs of scholarly instruction and research. We are developing an academic environment and a strong cadre of professionals who will continue to contribute significantly to the knowledge base of education and the preparation of leading practitioners and scholars. Situated in the vibrant and multicultural American Southwest, we in the College of Education are committed to a life of scholarship and teaching that grows from and is directly linked to the education communities we serve, and we seek candidates who will provide inspiration and leadership in leveraging our strengths.
Qualifications include an earned doctorate and demonstrated excellence in or a commitment to teaching, research, and scholarship. We are especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community. Outstanding candidates will find complete position listings at our website (www.coe.arizona.edu) and may apply at http://www.hr.arizona.edu, citing the appropriate job number. The review of applications will begin on October 26, 2012, with applications accepted until the positions are filled.
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