Bowling Green State University’s Department of Higher Education and Student Affairs invites applications for a non-tenure track instructor, lecturer, or senior lecturer (commensurate with qualifications), annually renewable contract, to begin August 2018. HESA has an M.A. program in college student personnel (CSP), Ph.D. in higher education administration (HIED), and shared direction of an undergraduate leadership minor (major being proposed). The successful candidate will assist with program coordination; teach graduate classes in CSP and/or HIED and serve as practicum coordinator; teach undergraduate classes in leadership minor and major (pending program approval); advise graduate students; serve on preliminary examination and dissertation committees; and provide service to the department, college, university, and professional organizations in higher education and/or student affairs.
Applicants should submit a letter of application; curriculum vitae; and name, address, email, and phone number of at least three references. Finalists must submit 3 current letters of reference and an official transcript of highest degree earned. If ABD, also submit transcript for current academic program and letter from dissertation chair stating your progress toward degree. In the letter of application, applicants should discuss their qualifications for this position; how they have and will contribute to diversity and equity initiatives; and prior teaching experience, areas of teaching interest, and philosophy of graduate education.
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Application deadline February 5, 2018
|Position:||Non-tenure track instructor, lecturer, or senior lecture in Higher Education and Student Affairs|
|Organization:||Bowling Green State University|
|Location:||Bowling Green, OH
|Posting Start Date:||1/8/2018|
|Requirements||To qualify, applicants must have: (1) Earned doctorate in higher education, student affairs, or related field (Degree must be conferred by August, 2018); (2) At least one semester of teaching or co-teaching a college course; and (3) Involvement in at least two diversity and equity initiatives in higher education. Preferred qualifications include: (1) Experience teaching or co-teaching at least one graduate course in higher education, student affairs, or a related discipline; (2) At least three years experience as mid to senior level administrator in higher education or student affairs; and (3) Active engagement in higher education and student affairs professional association activities and initiatives.|
|Status:||This listing expires on: 4/8/2018|