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GEOED-RESEARCH  March 2008

GEOED-RESEARCH March 2008

Subject:

Education and Outreach in the Black Hills

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Andy Johnson <[log in to unmask]>

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GEOEDUCATION RESEARCH INTEREST GROUP <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 26 Mar 2008 16:32:29 -0600

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Deputy Director of Education & Outreach, Sanford Underground Science 
& Engineering Laboratory

In collaboration with scientists, engineers, and educators from 
across the country, the state of South Dakota is embarking on a major 
initiative to create the Sanford Underground Science and Engineering 
Laboratory. After extensive review led by the National Science 
Foundation, the former Homestake Gold Mine in the Black Hills of 
South Dakota has been selected as the preferred site for a new 
national research facility. With 370 miles of tunnels, some nearly 
8,000 feet below the surface, the former mine is being transformed 
into a state-of-the-art laboratory to unlock mysteries of the 
universe, investigate geologic processes, and search for exotic life 
forms in extreme environments. Central to this effort are goals of 
increasing public understanding and helping to prepare the next 
generation of scientists and engineers.

South Dakota's Center for the Advancement of Mathematics and Science 
Education, a statewide Center of Excellence located at Black Hills 
State University, is leading early education and outreach efforts at 
the lab and helping to develop a longer term plan for federal 
consideration. CAMSE seeks a visionary leader in science education to 
help direct this work and maximize learning opportunities for K-12 
students and teachers, university students and faculty, and the 
general public.

Required qualifications include: 1) a doctorate in science, science 
education, or related field; 2) five years of teaching experience; 3) 
five years of leadership experience; 4) exceptional communication and 
collaboration skills; and 5) expertise in one or more of the areas of 
teacher professional development, curriculum development, informal 
science education, or research internships. The opportunity exists 
for academic rank and title at Black Hills State University, 
depending on interest and qualifications.

To apply, visit https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu/ and click on Black 
Hills State University.  Select the position for "Deputy Director of 
Education & Outreach . . . . "   You must apply on-line with a 
statement of interest, resume, names of 3 references, salary history, 
and salary expectations. Applications received by April 11, 2008 will 
receive full consideration.

Comments: The home location for this position is the Sanford 
Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory in Lead, South Dakota. 
Education components at the lab are envisioned to include underground 
experiences. The Deputy Director will be expected to complete 
underground safety training and spend time in underground 
environments. The home institution for this position is Black Hills 
State University. BHSU is located in Spearfish South Dakota, 20 miles 
away from the lab. Regular travel between the lab and BHSU is 
anticipated.

Inquiries may be directed to Ben Sayler, director of CAMSE, at 
[log in to unmask] or 605.642.6874. Additional information about the 
project is available at www.sanfordlaboratoryathomestake.org.

To apply, visit https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu/ and click on Black 
Hills State University.  Select the position for "Deputy Director of 
Education & Outreach . . . . "   You must apply on-line with a 
statement of interest, resume, names of 3 references, salary history, 
and salary expectations. Applications received by April 11, 2008 will 
receive full consideration.
-- 
    Dr. Andy Johnson

    Center for the Advancement of Math and Science Education -
    A South Dakota Center of Excellence
    Black Hills State University
    Spearfish, SD 57799-9005

    [log in to unmask]
    Office: (605) 642-6508
    Fax:    (605) 642-6871
    Home:   (605) 722-6873

"Concrete baby steps matter."  - Bobby Sager

With apologies to my children and yours, who will be wishing for a 
little petroleum in a few decades:
Gasoline used in the Johnson family car in February 2008 = 8 gallons.

http://www.camse.org/andy/oil

Remember how, 30 years ago, we looked at the future and said, "Thirty 
years from now, if we don't act, we're going to be in trouble"?
Well it's now.  And we are.  Because we didn't.   http://whatawaytogomovie.com

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