Faculty jobs in Orlando, Florida (FL)
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- The associate dean of academic affairs represents the college on various university-level administrative committees, such as serving as the liaison for the college with the Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, Faculty Excellence, the College of Undergraduate Studies, and the College of Graduate Studies, optimizing the relationship with these units to better serve faculty, and ultimately ensure teaching quality, excellence and innovation.
- The provost provides academic leadership and is responsible for academic support services, student services, curriculum, academic planning, and student and faculty success.
- Candidates will be considered that have a research focus on any basic or translational areas of cancer research. There is particular interest in candidates with expertise in cancer immunology and immunotherapy, cancer metabolism and genomics, or the microbiome as they complement the existing research areas of BSBS faculty.
- The successful candidate will join a diverse and dynamic faculty to conduct research, teach online and face-to-face classes at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level in the public administration and nonprofit management programs, and engage in public and professional service.
- Direct the applicant file process by supervising data entry over each and every application received annually, developing a process for file review in conjunction with the faculty committee, and overseeing and ensuring decision letters are sent in a timely manner with a consistent and professional message.
- Working closely with the law school Dean, members of the senior administrative staff and the law school library staff.
- The incumbent must be well versed in material, nanoscience and engineering, and management of research, particularly federally sponsored research. The incumbent is expected to seek his/her own research projects, as well as advise and guide graduate students in their research and graduate theses and dissertation pursuits.
- Interested clinical psychologists should have expertise in prevention, intervention or dissemination science and the ability to work with technology partners to collaborate on innovative ways to optimize the therapeutic process and outcome (e.g., web-based interventions, use of virtual reality, smart phone apps).
- The ideal candidates will have significant federal funding and scholarship focused on public health aspects of violence against women. They will have research impact as reflected in high-quality publications and the ability to bring a well-funded research program.
- The ideal candidates will have the potential for significant federal funding and scholarship focused on public health aspects of violence against women. They will have research impact as reflected in high-quality publications and the potential to develop a well-funded research program.
- This position is interdisciplinary and will be expected to strengthen both the cluster and the candidate's tenure home (College of Health Professions and Sciences, School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy). Both individual and interdisciplinary infrastructure and competitive startup support will be provided with this new position.
- CHPS will host four academic units: the Department of Health Sciences (new), the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, the School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy (new), and the School of Social Work.
- This is an interdisciplinary position that will be expected to strengthen both the cluster and a chosen tenure home department and may include a combination of joint appointments. For this position, the anticipated tenure home is either the Department of Computer Science in the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences or the Department of Psychology in the College of Sciences.
- Applicants for this tenure-track faculty position will help grow a robust transdisciplinary population health research team at the UCF College of Medicine.
- Candidates are expected to have expertise in network science (broadly defined); although mathematical modeling and optimization aspects of network science will be emphasized.
- We seek one experienced candidate for each of the following areas: 1) manipulator design; 2) cooperative co-robotics; and 3) dynamics and control. More specifically related to the DAT cluster, a successful candidate will be able to contribute to one or several of the following subject areas (but not limited to): haptics, tactile sensor, brain-machine interface, soft-robot, human-robot interaction, rehabilitation robot, computer vision for health monitoring, wearable robots, and assistive devices.
- The Clinical Director - PA - ADU develops and manages all clinical sites for Physician Assistant (PA) students, teaches in the clinical environment and monitors the efficacy and thoroughness of clinical training. Provides support and guidance to the Clinical Coordinator for the PA Program.
- The Research Scientist, Bioinformatics, under the direction of the Scientific Director, Director, will be responsible for analyzing complex data sets from a variety of platforms including: genome-wide transcriptomic.