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The Chair is responsible for the planning and administration of a department consisting of approximately 30 faculty and a number of assigned staff.
The Chair is responsible for the planning and administration of a department consisting of approximately 30 faculty and a number of assigned staff. Primary department budget responsibilities reside with the Chair under Miami’s Responsibility Centered Management system. The Chair oversees a curriculum that consists of both undergraduate and graduate programs. Other duties include mentoring, development and evaluation of faculty; building cutting-edge partnerships designed to achieve professional impact; supporting on-line and hybrid course offerings; overseeing internal program assessments and external assessments under NCATE/CAEP; facilitating collaboration with the other departments within EHS and departments in the College of Arts and Science. The chair is also charged with maintaining strong academic programs; and recruiting an intellectually active, culturally and academically diverse faculty of the highest caliber.
The position requires a Ph.D., with tenure at Miami University, and the rank of professor. The doctorate must be related to a field in the department from an accredited institution of higher education, teaching and research qualifications to merit the rank of professor, evidence of commitment to developing faculty and programs that support engagement with diverse students, school and community populations, evidence of experience in developing and maintaining working relationships with school communities, and demonstrated leadership ability.
A commitment to the integration of technology into instruction, data-based decision making, and program assessment. Expertise and insight on the changing nature of teacher preparation is preferred. Experience with incorporating diverse, global perspectives into the curriculum is preferred.
Miami University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with smoke- and tobacco-free campuses, is committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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