> TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITIONS (3): STEM EDUCATION
> OPEN RANK
> PREFERRED FIELDS: Mathematics, Physics, Biochemistry; other
> science and
> mathematical science fields will be considered.
> CLOSING DATE: Screening will begin January 15, 2008, and remain
> open until the
> position is filled.
> DESCRIPTION: North Dakota State University invites applications
> for three, tenure-
> track appointments to begin August, 2008. We seek faculty
> candidates with primary
> research interests in STEM education. The successful candidates
> will serve as the core
> faculty for a proposed Ph.D. program in STEM Education. They will
> develop and
> contribute to an externally funded research program, including
> supervision of Ph.D.
> students. All candidates are expected to have a doctorate in
> science/math or in
> science/math education, an emerging record of scholarly
> accomplishment, a strong
> science/math background, and evidence of a capacity to contribute
> to the intellectual,
> research, and instructional life of NDSU. Each successful candidate
> will have a tenure
> home within a department of the College of Science & Mathematics
> (80% appointment),
> with a cross-appointment (20%) in the School of Education.
> The successful candidates will conduct research and teach
> undergraduate and graduate
> level courses. Additional duties will vary depending on
> departmental placement and
> rank, university and academic unit education needs, and the
> individual candidate's
> experience and interest. They will be involved in nurturing/leading
> collaborations among
> faculty interested in teaching and learning in STEM disciplines.
> MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
> • A completed Ph.D. by the time of appointment.
> • Strong English oral and written communication skills.
> • Additional minimum qualifications apply to appointment to these
> Assistant Professor:
> Graduate degree in STEM education.
> Advanced Appointments:
> Graduate degree in STEM education, coupled with a substantial
> record of scholarship,
> success in obtaining and leading funded research projects, and a
> pattern leading to
> national leadership in STEM education.
> PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
> • Experience supervising/coordinating the research activities of
> • Experience with the process of obtaining external support.
> • Classroom teaching experience.
> • Emergent record of scholarly publication.
> TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a CV, a description of research
> goals, a statement
> of teaching interests/qualifications, academic transcripts, and the
> names and addresses
> of three referees to the address below. Members of groups under-
> represented in STEM
> are encouraged to apply.
> Dr. Donald P. Schwert, Chair, STEM PhD Search Committee
> Family Life Center 314E
> North Dakota State University
> Fargo, ND 58105-5057
> Electronic submission of application materials is strongly
> encouraged to:
> [log in to unmask] Indicate “STEM Education Search” in the
> subject line.
> North Dakota State University is an equal opportunity institution.