Teaching: faculty members are expected to teach 4 to 8 credit courses per year; develop syllabi, teaching materials (ability to organize, analyze and present knowledge or materials) related to courses taught; and collaborate with other faculty in the development of new courses and/or programs.
This candidate will also be required to: serve on college and university related committees; participate in assessment and accreditation activities; work collaboratively with colleagues in other programs, including P-12 educators; and stay active in his/her professional organizations.
This candidate will also be required to: serve on college and university related committees; participate in assessment and accreditation activities; work collaboratively with colleagues in other programs and community colleges; and stay active in his/her professional organizations.
The Chief of Staff manages, facilitates, coordinates, and directs key functions and activities of the President's Office and interfaces with the Office of the Board of Trustees, the university's senior staff, faculty, students, alumni, and other stakeholders.
Direct and coordinate University security, safety and protection programs to include traffic control, patrolling of physical property; enforcement of statues and University regulations, crime prevention and investigation of accidents, injuries and criminal acts.
The successful candidate will be expected to teach a full load of courses, take an active role in the department by pursuing a program of research and scholarly activity, develop and update curricula, oversee senior thesis projects, assist student media organizations, prepare grants to secure departmental funding, and serve on departmental, college, and university committees.
Faculty members are expected to engage in research and/or creative activity germane to an academic discipline, which results in submissions and material as works in refereed, professional and/or general readership publications