The role includes primary responsibility for developing courses, teaching, supervising and coordinating adjunct faculty for face-to-face and online courses, assessment, program promotion in the community, program oversight/direction, and collaboratively working within a fast-paced changing environment, university service and other projects.
The selected individual will serve as the University's Primary Judicial Officer, managing the University code of conduct, complaints, grievances, and academic dishonesty. He/she will create/update University Policy to ensure compliance and will proactively develop and widely disseminate messages, programs, and resources on community standards, integrity and ethical behavior to all key stakeholders of the campus community.
The CCRM develops and implements recruiting, marketing and communication strategies to promote and successfully enroll students in onsite and online classes and advises students from prospect through first-term registration.
Responsibilities will include program oversight/direction, course development, academic quality, assessment activities, oversight of teaching, providing leadership to adjunct faculty, mentoring doctoral learners and dissertation committee management, service on university committees, leadership in the professional community, as well as programmatic, divisional, and university requirements as needed.