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Title: Visiting Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor|
Dept: Human Development and Family Studies
Position Number: 1708
This Position Was Last Updated: 8/13/2012
Visiting Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor
Human Development & Family Studies
Early Childhood Education
Visiting Lecturer or Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education,
Non-Tenure Track, in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies
The Department is seeking a collaborative colleague and instructor in the field of early childhood to fill a non-tenure track position as a Visiting Lecturer or Assistant Professor. The position involves teaching face-to-face and potentially online courses in the early childhood options, co-teaching with faculty from early childhood special education, advising undergraduate students, and providing departmental service. The 12-month appointment begins July 1, 2012 with a 1 year term, which is possibly renewable for 1 additional year.
The Department has undergraduate, masterís and doctoral programs, and faculty research focuses on the development of individuals and families in real-world social and educational settings.
Doctoral degree preferred in the field of Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Early Childhood Special Education, or a closely related field, and experience teaching early childhood education courses. Candidates with a M.Ed. or M.S. degree in early childhood and extensive teaching experience will be considered.
Review of applications will begin June 11, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled.
Send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and names and addresses of three references to Karen M. La Paro, Ph.D., Chair of the Search Committee, 248 Stone Building, UNC Greensboro, Human Development and Family Studies Department, PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170. Telephone (336-256-0097); Fax (336-334-5076); e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org); web: http://www.uncg.edu/hdf/
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.
July 1, 2012