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GEOED-RESEARCH  August 2010

GEOED-RESEARCH August 2010

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Job posting

From:

Julie Libarkin <[log in to unmask]>

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

Date:

Thu, 19 Aug 2010 15:56:31 -0400

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SCI & MATH EDUC – AST/ASC/FULL PROFESSOR
Posting Date: July 23, 2010 Posting Number: NSC-1449 Tenure System  
Prob, 9-month basis, 100% time. Salary commensurate with qualifications.

DUTIES: The successful candidate will conduct research and teach  
undergraduate and graduate courses. Additional duties will vary  
depending on departmental tenure home within the College of Natural  
Science, university and academic unit needs, and the candidate's  
experience and interests. Involvement in continuing collaborations  
among faculty interested in teaching and learning in STEM disciplines  
is expected. We hold a preference to hire at the Assistant Professor  
level, with priority given to research interests in teaching and  
learning at the undergraduate level in the life sciences. Exceptional  
candidates at any level, and with interests in any field of science  
education are also encouraged to apply. For more information about the  
College of Natural Science, and its departments, visit http://naturalscience.msu.edu/departments/index.html 
;, please visit our website at http://www.crcstl.msu.edu to learn  
about the collective work in science teaching and learning.

QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in a disciplinary science. Other degree  
requirements: Life sciences discipline as a priority. Qualifications  
other than degree: Applicants are expected to hold a doctorate in a  
disciplinary science or a related field; demonstrate scholarly  
accomplishment or promise through published material; provide evidence  
of the capacity to contribute to the intellectual, research, and  
instructional life of MSU. The College of Natural Science continues to  
build its priority initiatives in science and mathematics education.  
Michigan State University is committed to strategically increasing the  
capacity and continuation of its national leadership in science and  
mathematics education scholarship in the coming decades. We will build  
on our record of excellence in science and mathematics education  
research, development, and teacher education, and will continue to  
provide outstanding teaching of undergraduate and graduate students  
the sciences, mathematics, and teacher education. Faculty engaged in  
science and mathematics education scholarship at MSU span multiple  
colleges and academic units and work collaboratively to address cross- 
university needs and responsibilities, with coordination provided  
through the Division of Science and Mathematics Education, including  
the Center for Research in College Science Teaching and Learning (www.crcstl.msu.edu 
)

APPLICATIONS: Due October 1, 2010. Amended. Late submissions will be  
considered if a suitable candidate pool is not identified by the  
deadline. MSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer.  
MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity.  
The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of  
women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities.  
Applicants who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents must  
provide documentation evidencing employment authorization in the  
United States. For further information, contact John Merrill, Search  
Committee Chairperson, [log in to unmask] A complete application  
package consists of a cover letter, curriculum vita, two manuscripts  
or published papers, statements of research and teaching interests,  
and three letters of reference. The candidate should arrange for  
prompt submission of the letters. Electronic submission of application  
materials is encouraged. Please submit to Rebecca Murthum, Committee  
Assistant ([log in to unmask]) with "Science Education Search" in the  
subject line. Otherwise, please direct materials to: Dr. John Merrill,  
Chair, Science Education
Search Committee, Division of Science and Mathematics Education, N  
211A Kedzie, East Lansing MI 48824-1031

See also: http://www.hr.msu.edu/hiring/facultyhiring/FacultyPostings.htm)

Additional information: Michigan State University’s College of Natural  
Science continues to build its priority initiatives in science and  
mathematics education. The University is committed to strategically  
increasing the capacity and continuation of its national leadership in  
science and mathematics education scholarship in the coming decades.  
We will build on our record of excellence in science and mathematics  
education research, development, and teacher education, and will  
continue to provide outstanding teaching of undergraduate and graduate  
students in teacher education, mathematics and the sciences.

Faculty engaged in science and mathematics education scholarship at  
MSU span multiple colleges and academic units and work collaboratively  
to address cross-university needs and responsibilities, with  
coordination provided through the Division of Science and Mathematics  
Education, including the Center for Research in College Science  
Teaching and Learning (www.crcstl.msu.edu). Funded research projects  
enhance doctoral study in the disciplinary sciences and mathematics  
education, with collaboration among the College of Natural Science and  
College of Education faculty and programs. Joint appointments and  
other cross-departmental and cross-college arrangements are also  
valued and encouraged.

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