California State Parks Museum Curator Assessment

California State Parks Museum Curator Assessment now available through February 28!

Take the first step towards a career as a Museum Curator with the California Department of Parks and Recreation! The California State Parks are caretakers for over 3,000 historic buildings, more than 11,000 known California Native American ancestral and historic archaeological sites, and multiple museums including the California State Railroad Museum, Hearst Castle, and Regional Indian Museums, including the State Indian Museum (transitioning to the California Indian Heritage Center). We are seeking individuals who are passionate about helping to steward and maintain the California State Parks’ rich and varied collections, which encompass Native American cultural belongings, objects of fine art and material culture, paleontological and geological collections, historic resources, and architectural features. We are excited about the opportunity to reach candidates who bring diverse perspectives to museum collections management work. The monthly salary range for this position is $4,519 to $5,589.
The minimum qualifications for the Museum Curator I assessment include one year of professional experience in museum work, experience with management, and a college degree in a relevant field such as anthropology, archaeology, art history, history, museum studies, or natural sciences.

Please follow the steps below to submit your application for the Museum Curator I assessment:
Step 1: Create a CalCareers account
Step 2: Complete your application template (STD678)
Be sure to include the following:
• Exam Title: Museum Curator I
• Exam Code: 3PR05
Step 3: Email your application to Exams@parks.ca.gov with the Exam Code 3PR05 in the subject line
Step 4: After reviewing your application, our Exams Team will email you a link to take the online Assessment.

Submit your application for the Museum Curator I Assessment by February 28!

About the Assessment
Completing this assessment is a requirement to become a California State Parks Museum Curator I. This means that to apply for any entry-level Museum Curator position statewide, a candidate must first take the assessment. The exam is weighted 100% on a training and experience evaluation. Evaluation will be based on your knowledge, skills, and ability, as demonstrated by your education/experience.

If you require assistance or alternative testing arrangements due to a disability, please contact the testing department listed on the exam bulletin.

Questions?
Connect with us at recruiting@parks.ca.gov. We are happy to help!

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2023 UC-HBCU Graduate Pathways Internship in African Archaeology

Dear colleagues,

Please forward to following announcement to potential HBCU students interested in Archaeology.

The UCSC Archaeological Research Center is excited to announce the 2023 UC-HBCU Graduate Pathways Internship in African Archaeology. Now in its 5th year, the internship is a five-week summer training program designed to introduce undergraduate students enrolled at accredited Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to the methods and results of archaeological research on African Diaspora sites. Since 2018, interns from multiple HBCUs have participated in archaeological excavations at three sites of key importance to the African Diaspora: 1) Sans-Souci, the royal palace of Henry Christophe located in Milot, Haiti, 2) Estate Little Princess, a former Danish plantation in St. Croix, USVI, and 3) Saclo, Bénin, a rural village that emerged on the outskirts of Abomey, capital of the precolonial Kingdom of Dahomey.

For the 2023 field season, we will focus exclusively on the site of Saclo, Bénin. Students will spend one week in residence at UC Santa Cruz, California (June 25th-July 1st) and another four weeks in Bénin (July 2nd-July 29th) doing field work and visiting heritage sites. At UCSC, students will receive one week of intensive training in artifact analysis and digital archaeological methods from multiple specialists on campus. Particular attention will be devoted to artifact typology, and the use of 3D technology to model artifacts and excavations. Interns will then join participants from the Université d’Abomey Calavi for 4 weeks of survey and excavation at Saclo in Bénin.

While in Bénin, interns will apply the methods they have learned in a real archaeological setting, recovering traces of a settlement dating to the era of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, and the rise of the Kingdom of Dahomey. Interns will also visit important heritage sites in Bénin (Ouidah, Savi, Abomey, Cana), and learn from leaders in the field of archaeology and cultural heritage in Bénin. Time permitting, we may also conduct limited testing at a site associated with the Agojié, famous women warriors most recently depicted in the film The Woman King.

Participating interns will gain field experience in interdisciplinary methods for the study of West Africa and the African Diaspora, and mentorship towards a career in archaeology. The internship is intended to teach students basic excavation, survey, and analysis methods while also exposing them to potential graduate level research in archaeology and related disciplines. All room, board, and travel to and from UC Santa Cruz and Bénin will be provided. Additionally, interns will receive a stipend of $800 per week ($4,000 total). Students who successfully complete the program are eligible for competitive financial incentives to attend graduate school in any program in the University of California system.

Please provide all information requested in subsequent pages, and upload all necessary supporting documentation when prompted. This includes:
a. A 1,000-word essay that outlines your academic background, interest in archaeology, and how this experience will contribute to your academic and career goals.
b. An unofficial transcript.
c. One letter of recommendation from a professor who can speak to your academic interests and abilities.
d. A resume/CV outlining your work experience (academic or otherwise).

For more information about the internship and for links to the application form, please visit our webpage, or you may go directly to the application form. The deadline for receipt of all application materials is 5 pm (Pacific Standard Time), Sunday, February 26th, 2022. Materials received after this deadline cannot be guaranteed consideration. For more information contact Dr. J. Cameron Monroe(jcmonroe@ucsc.edu) or Dr. Justin Dunnavant (jdunnavant@anthro.ucla.edu).

JOB: Asst Prof, African American Art, tenure-track @ Georgia State University

The Welch School of Art & Design invites applications for a tenure-track position in African American Art History at the rank of assistant professor. This is a full-time appointment with an anticipated start date of August 2023. We welcome candidates working in any period of the Black Diaspora in North America. Scholars whose research includes intersectional, interdisciplinary, and/or interregional approaches are especially encouraged.

The successful candidate will join an Art History program with existing strengths in the art histories of Africa, Latin America, Western Europe, and the United States. They will be part of the Welch School of Art & Design’s growing faculty and will play a significant role in the College of the Art’s contribution to Georgia State University’s strategic goals of highlighting the arts and
media as vital to the quality of all major cities, demonstrating that students from all backgrounds can achieve academic and career success at high rates.

The College of the Arts is hiring scholars and creative practitioners across the fields of Music, Art & Design, and Film and Media Studies. This cluster hire is designed to leverage relationships across and within the College’s academic units and solidify its efforts to foreground the histories of underrepresented groups in the Arts.

An enterprising R-1 university in Atlanta, Georgia State University is a national leader in using innovation to drive student success and research growth. The university provides its world-class faculty and more than 50,000 students unsurpassed research, teaching, and learning opportunities in one of the 21st century’s great global cities. In 2023, U.S. News & World Report
ranked Georgia State as #2 in Most Innovative Schools, #7 in Best Undergraduate Teaching, #9 in Learning Communities, #6 in First-Year Experiences, and #21 in Top Performers on Social Mobility among national universities.

Responsibilities
The appointee will teach a section of the Western art survey II, upper level/graduate level courses in their area of expertise, and methodology seminars on a rotating basis. They will be responsible for maintaining an active research agenda, mentoring undergraduate and MA students, and participating in service at the school, college, and/or university levels. The successful candidate may have opportunities to establish affiliations with Georgia State
University’s Center for Studies on Africa and its Diaspora (CAD) and research and community connections with institutions in the Atlanta Metro area including the High Museum of Art, Atlanta University Center Consortium, the APEX museum, and the Atlanta History Center. Opportunities for support include intramural research grants, Welch Faculty Fellowships, summer research fellowships, teaching release time, graduate research assistants, travel funds, and assistance in pursuing external funding.

The successful candidate must have their PhD in hand by August 1, 2023

Salary Range: $65,000-70,000

To Apply
Submit three separate PDFs for this job application to wsadrecruiting@gsu.edu either through email or through direct download (such as WeTransfer). Complete applications will include PDF documents in this order:
A cover letter including past and/or potential contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion through research activity, teaching, and service
Curriculum Vitae
A writing sample of approx. 30 pages (published or unpublished)
A statement of teaching interest
Names, email addresses, telephone numbers, and titles of at least three professional references

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To ensure consideration, submit all materials by January 9, 2023. Questions about the position can be directed to the search committee chair at wsadrecruiting@gsu.edu. Should you be recommended for a position, an offer of employment will be conditional on background verification.

Georgia State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state, or local protected class. As a campus with a diverse student body, we encourage applications from women, minorities, and individuals with a history of mentoring underrepresented minorities.

Call for Nominations: 2023 Charles C. Eldredge Prize

The Smithsonian American Art Museum is now accepting nominations for the 2023 Charles C. Eldredge Prize. The prize is awarded annually by the museum for outstanding scholarship in the field of American art. A cash award of $3,000 is made to the author of a recent book-length publication that provides new insight into works of art, the artists who made them, or aspects of history and theory that enrich our understanding of America’s artistic heritage. The Eldredge Prize seeks to recognize originality and thoroughness of research, excellence of writing, clarity of method, and significance for professional or public audiences. It is especially meant to honor those authors who deepen or focus debates in the field, or who broaden the discipline by reaching beyond traditional boundaries.
Single-author books devoted to any aspect of the visual arts of the United States and published in the three previous calendar years (2020, 2021, 2022) are eligible. To nominate a book, send a one-page letter explaining the work’s significance to the field of American art history and discussing the quality of the author’s scholarship and methodology. Nominations by authors or publishers for their own books will not be considered. The deadline for nominations is January 15, 2023. Please send to: Eldredge@si.edu. Further information about the prize may be found at americanart.si.edu/research/awards/eldredge.

JOB: Asst Prof, Global Contemporary Visual Culture @ Case Western Reserve University

 The Department of Art History and Art at Case Western Reserve University is seeking a qualified candidate in the field of Global Contemporary Visual Culture. The preferred primary geographical areas of specialization include Asian, Southeast Asian, African, African Diaspora, Latin American, and/or Indigenous North American. Interdisciplinary and transregional expertise are especially welcomed. 

Minimum Qualifications: 

PhD or ABD if the PhD will be in hand by August 2023, in the field of Global Contemporary Visual Culture, broadly defined, with a promising research trajectory. Teaching experience at the college level is desirable. Must be eligible to work in the USA. 

Candidates should exemplify excellence and innovation in research, scholarship, and teaching, with a demonstrated interest in engaging with museum and curatorial work. Given the long history of collaboration between the CWRU Department of Art History & Art and the renowned Cleveland Museum of Art, candidates are expected to demonstrate a strong commitment to object-based pedagogy. Candidates would also be encouraged to take advantage of the vibrant contemporary arts community in the greater Cleveland area. Teaching duties include two courses each semester, comprising introductory and area survey classes for undergraduates, upper-level courses in the successful applicant’s area of specialization and graduate seminars. Candidates should be prepared to supervise M.A. and PhD students, and fully participate in departmental and university service. Visit our website at: http://arthistory.case.edu 

Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing research and teaching, a curriculum vitae, a writing sample, and email addresses of three references. Applications received by January 15, 2023 will be given full consideration. Questions should be directed to Elizabeth Bolman, Chair and Elsie B. Smith Professor in the Liberal Arts: esb87@case.edu. 

About the College of Arts and Sciences, CWRU 

The College of Arts and Sciences houses educational and research programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences, physical and biological sciences, and mathematics. Students in the college can choose a major or minor from almost 60 undergraduate programs, design their own courses of study, or enroll in integrated bachelor’s/master’s degree programs. In addition, the college offers graduate programs in several fields where small size and special expertise allow it to make a distinctive contribution to advanced education and research. 

The college is organized into 21 academic departments and several interdisciplinary programs and centers, including Childhood Studies, International Studies, Evolutionary Biology, History and Philosophy of Science, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Undergraduates as well as graduate students are encouraged to conduct independent research, in their chosen fields or 

related ones, within the college, in other units of the university, or in nearby medical and cultural institutions. The academic experience can extend into the community in the form of service-learning projects as well as internships in research institutions, businesses, cultural institutions, and governmental agencies. 

The college’s curricular offerings are enhanced by its affiliations with other University Circle institutions, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Cleveland Institute of Music, the Western Reserve Historical Society, the Cleveland Institute of Art, and the Cleveland Play House. The college itself offers many arts presentations, lecture series and symposia. It also provides abundant opportunities for students to participate in musical, theater and dance performances. 

As a recipient of the national Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award for the past nine years, CWRU has been recognized nationally as a leader in advancing equity and inclusivity. The university and the College of Arts & Sciences at CWRU are committed to creating an inclusive community where all are welcome, valued and heard. 

CAS Diversity Statement 

The College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University is committed to advancing an inclusive community in which everyone is welcome, respected, valued and heard. Along with colleagues across the university, our faculty, staff and students are engaged in continued and meaningful dialogue about issues of systemic racism, and we are determined to implement measures to end discriminatory practices on our campus and enhance our contributions to the communities around us. 

Members of our faculty lend their expertise, research, and insights to ongoing national and international conversations about racial justice and equity. As a liberal arts college, we educate leaders and innovators whose knowledge, creativity and appreciation for multiple perspectives enable them to carry on the work of building a more hopeful future for all. 

As our society grapples with the history, legacy and persistence of entrenched racism and its impact on communities of color, we reaffirm our mission to expand opportunities for underrepresented groups; provide a multifaceted education for our students; foster a culture of diversity, pluralism and recognition of individual difference; and realize our ideals within the university and in the larger world. 

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement 

In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 

Case Western Reserve University provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. Applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the Office of Equity at 216-368-3066 to request a reasonable accommodation. Determinations as to granting reasonable accommodations for any applicant will be made on a case-by-case basis. 

JOB: Chair-Assoc or Full Prof @ Hunter College

The Hunter College Department of Art and Art History seeks an accomplished artist and/or scholar with leadership skills and a vision for innovative education in the arts and humanities to join the faculty and serve as Department Chair. The successful candidate will chair a department that includes large, nationally-recognized graduate programs in Studio Art and Art History, equally large and active undergraduate programs in those areas, an Advanced Certificate in Curatorial Studies, and the Hunter College Art Galleries. Working with an accomplished faculty and dedicated staff, the Chair holds responsibility for shaping and guiding the department’s future academically and administratively and communicating the department’s needs and goals to the Dean and Provost of the College. The Chair will oversee departmental staff, budget, and facilities, including those of the galleries, and work with the administration to steward philanthropic initiatives.

We seek an artist with an active and substantial professional exhibition profile or an art historian with a strong record of research and publication. Candidates should have successful administrative experience in a college or university-level program in Studio Art and/or Art History, and teaching experience on both the undergraduate and graduate levels that would merit appointment as Associate or Full Professor with tenure in the Hunter College Department of Art and Art History.

An MFA degree or a BA/BFA plus significant professional experience is required for artist applicants; the Ph.D. in Art History or closely related field, or the MA and equivalent professional experience for scholars.

https://cuny.jobs/new-york-ny/faculty-open-rank-associate-or-full-professor-department-chair-of-art-art-history/DF27BF6CD02F45C59E8861275861042D/job/

JOB: Asst/Assoc Prof, African American/African Diaspora @ University of Arkansas

The Art History Program in the School of Art, in Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas, invites applications for a tenure-track Endowed Assistant or Associate Professor in Art History, focusing on African American and/or African Diasporic arts. Interdisciplinary, intersectional, transnational, transregional, decolonial, community-based, and social justice approaches centering on overlooked or marginalized histories, such as Afro-Latinx traditions, are particularly welcome. The position is open in terms of chronological focus. This is a nine-month faculty appointment, with a standard workload of 40% research, 40% teaching (2 courses per semester), and 20% service. Expected start date is August 14, 2023.

Scholars with a passion for collaboration, program-building, and partnership-development are also encouraged to apply. Applications are also encouraged from those invested in making art history accessible and compelling to first-generation students and students from communities underrepresented in U.S. arts institutions. The Art History Program in the School of Art is actively committed to diversifying art historical knowledge and approaches, embracing new methodologies, and educating students in a multivocal and inclusive art history. This effort is reinforced by several new initiatives within the School of Art, including the Bridge Program, which provides structural support to all new faculty, especially those historically underrepresented in academia and their chosen fields, and a new student mentoring program.

We are a vibrant and growing program. This position is considered fundamental to the implementation of our new MA program in the arts of the Americas, developed in partnership with the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and its contemporary arts satellite, the Momentary. For this and future hires, we seek creative thinkers who will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the intellectual community in the School of Art, Crystal Bridges, and the growing arts ecosystem of Northwest Arkansas. Endowed positions come with a significant annual research budget of up to $60,000 to support scholarship, the expectation of a research record appropriate to the prominence of the appointment, and the requirement of at least one community outreach effort per year.

The successful candidate will teach courses at the masters and undergraduate level, play an active role in implementing the new MA program in arts of the Americas (expected launch date of Fall 2023), participate in and help to guide future faculty and student recruitment, and regularly collaborate with staff at Crystal Bridges and the Momentary. Candidates may also teach in the Honors College and at the university’s Rome Center, and co-design courses with colleagues in Studio and other units. Art history faculty have ties to African and African American Studies, Latin American and Latino Studies, and the Indigenous Studies Program, among other departments and initiatives. Additional resources include the University of Arkansas Museum, the Fine Arts Center Gallery, the Museum of Native American History in Bentonville, and the many museums in the region, including the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City, OK, the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, OK, the Dallas Museum of Art, the New Orleans Museum of Art, and the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, MO.

Application info: https://uasys.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UASYS/job/Fayetteville/Endowed-Assistant-Associate-Professor-in-Art-History_R0026548-1?hiringCompany=720b21cbdf24015efc5c0f59c4017506&hiringCompany=720b21cbdf2401cb01cefd58c4012d06&hiringCompany=720b21cbdf2401538abb1f59c401b706&hiringCompany=720b21cbdf24013005600659c4015106&hiringCompany=720b21cbdf2401d8bfff0b59c4016906?source=HigherEdJobs

JOB: Asst Professor, Pacific Art History, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa invites applicants for a 9-month, tenure-track, full-time assistant professorship, to begin Fall 2023, pending availability of funds. Seeking candidates whose historical and/or historically informed teaching and research will focus on Oceania’s visual, performance and material cultures. Especially interested in a colleague who engages an awareness of the evolving discipline, and who is attuned to decolonial/Indigenous approaches to art/visual/material culture practices. The ideal colleague will take an active role in shaping the future of the Art History Area’s graduate program and its special focus on the arts and cultures of Asia and the Pacific in ways that contribute to UHM’s strategic plan of “embracing kuleana to Hawaiians and Hawai‘i” as part of a Pacific context.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

A Ph.D. (or equivalent degree) in Pacific art history, visual studies, or related field from a college or university of recognized standing; (ABDs will be considered, all requirements for degree must be completed by August 2023); Demonstrated ability in teaching; Evidence of potential or established record of scholarly activity in the field; Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collegially.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:

Extensive knowledge and research experience in the Pacific Islands region and in diaspora; Publicly-engaged research that is deeply embedded in and attentive to the communities served by the applicant; College-level teaching experience; Ability to teach courses in a range of Pacific visual cultures, including those of Hawai‘i; Fluency in a Pacific language; Record of peer-reviewed publication.

Review of applications will begin January 6, 2023, until the position is filled.
More details and to apply, please follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/mwza269y

JOB: Professor, Contemporary @ University of Pennsylvania

Katherine Stein Sachs CW’69 and Keith L. Sachs W’67 Professor of Contemporary Art
University of Pennsylvania: School of Arts and Sciences: School of Arts and Sciences – History of Art

The Department of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania invites applications for the Katherine Stein Sachs CW’69 and Keith L. Sachs W’67 Professor of Contemporary Art, at the level of tenured associate or full professor.

We seek a colleague who is making a major methodological contribution to the discourses of contemporary art and whose expertise enhances the cultural, geographic, and intellectual diversity of the field of contemporary art broadly conceived. The successful candidate will be eager to engage with the contemporary arts community on campus, in the City of Philadelphia, and at the national and international levels. They will have experience with and interest in department, school, and university service; supervising doctoral dissertations; teaching at all levels; working with alumni; and actively participating in the life of the department.

Applicants should apply online at: http://apply.interfolio.com/116626. Please provide a cover letter of no more than three pages, a recently published article or book chapter, and a current CV. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications on December 12, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.

The Department of the History of Art is strongly committed to Penn’s Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence and to creating a more diverse faculty (for more information see:    http://www.upenn.edu/almanac/volumes/v58/n02/diversityplan.html The University of  Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.

JOB: Asst Prof, Indigenous or Asian/Pacific @ University of Washington Tacoma

Description

With particular interest in applicants with Indigenous and/or Asian and Pacific Islands perspectives, the Division of Culture, Arts, & Communication in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at the University of Washington Tacoma invites applications for a full-time, tenure-eligible position as Assistant Professor in Visual Arts & Culture with an anticipated start date of September 2023. Tenure-track faculty have an annual service period of nine months (Sept 16-June 15).

Positive factors for consideration include, but are not limited to, applicants with Indigenous and/or Asian and Pacific Islands perspectives and/or expertise in Indigenous Arts & Traditions; Arts from Marginalized Groups; Arts and Culture of Asia and the Pacific; Global Visual Studies; Transnational Arts; or Resistance Art.

The successful candidate will be expected to uphold the Division’s commitment to supporting diverse student populations through inclusive teaching practices and through the integration of effective pedagogical techniques and technologies into teaching/learning. They will also be expected to support the Division’s commitment to institutional, professional, and community service.

This position will be expected to employ interdisciplinary and/or community-engaged approaches to scholarship and teaching.  The successful candidate will be expected to incorporate critical approaches aligned with themes of diversity, equity, and inclusion in their scholarship and teaching. In addition to undergraduate courses in the candidate’s area of expertise, potential courses might include TCORE 114: Introduction to Humanities; TARTS 230: Issues in the Arts; TARTS 284: Art & Culture in the Pacific; TARTS 360: Women Artists; TARTS 471: Culture and Meaning; TARTS 480: Contemporary Art & Society; or THIST 470: The Material World: Art & Artifacts. Additionally, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop new course offerings in their area of expertise.  

UW Tacoma’s commitment to diversity is central to maintaining an atmosphere wherein students, staff, faculty, and residents find abundant opportunities for intellectual, personal, and professional growth.

The University of Washington Tacoma is an urban-serving institution that is committed to providing an interdisciplinary and community-engaged education to a diverse student body. Our faculty include some of the brightest and most innovative scholars working across the disciplines. We invite you to learn more about the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences and the University by visiting https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/sias and https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/, respectively.

Qualifications

This position requires an earned doctorate (or foreign equivalent) in Art History, Material Culture, Cultural Anthropology, Visual Culture, Arts & Cultural Studies, or related field at the time of appointment. Candidates in the final stages of their dissertation may be appointed on an acting basis. 

The successful candidate will have a record of impactful scholarship as evidenced by (for example) publications, creative works, or community-engaged scholarship and will demonstrate evidence of effective teaching methodologies at upper & lower division levels using active learning pedagogical techniques and technologies.

Application Instructions

To apply, please submit the following via the Interfolio system:

  • A detailed letter of interest delineating your scholarship interests and agenda, qualifications, and relevant teaching experience (two-page maximum.)
  • A curriculum vitae
  • Names and contact information for three professional references, with letters available upon request.
  • A statement of teaching philosophy demonstrating commitment to UW Tacoma’s mission and student demography (one-page maximum.)
  • A Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) statement (one-page maximum). The DEI statement is an opportunity for you to highlight your leadership and other prior experiences with diversity, equity, and inclusion in educational settings, as well as to describe specific ways you would help advance our commitments to DEI and anti-racism.
  • Evidence of teaching effectiveness, including sample syllabi, quantitative student evaluations, and peer teaching evaluations.

Applicants’ statements should detail how their teaching, service, and/or scholarship has supported the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in their academic field; applicants who have not yet had the opportunity for such experience should note how their work will further UW Tacoma’s commitment to equity and inclusion.

Submit all application materials through Interfolio. Application materials, including letters of recommendation, received via email will not be considered. Screening of applicants will begin November 21, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.  For further information, email Ellen Bayer, search chair, at ebayer05@uw.edu.

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