Fwd: Human Development Faculty Position

From: Mike Cole (lchcmike@gmail.com)
Date: Tue Dec 21 2004 - 10:55:42 PST

Position Announcement


Margaret Warner Graduate School

of Education and Human Development

University of Rochester


The Warner School is a professional school of education within a
research university. As such, it is committed to improving education
through advancing scholarship and research, preparing high quality
practitioners and researchers, and participating in educational and
social reform. The Warner School is further characterized by a
commitment to social justice, collaboration across disciplines and
constituencies, and integration of theory and practice. The Warner
School's Human Development doctoral and master's programs prepare
students to teach in college and university settings; to provide
leadership in government, health, human and social service agencies;
and conduct research on human development-related issues in a variety
of in-school and out-of-school settings. The program emphasizes a
social-contextual developmental approach across the life course.
Rochester offers a wide array of community resources for
collaboration, internships, and research.

The Counseling and Human Development Program invites applications for
a nine-month, full-time, tenure track position in human development at
the assistant, associate or full professor level, starting in fall
2005. We are looking for applicants who possess a doctorate (or will
complete their doctorate by the start date) in human development or
related field; use human development/developmental science to study
problems that are relevant to education and a just society; and
provide evidence regarding excellence or potential for excellence in
teaching, scholarly publication, leadership, and professional service.


Responsibilities for this faculty position include: teaching graduate
courses in human development related subjects that serve the Human
Development Program, the Counseling Program, and other Warner School
programs; possibly teaching a research methods course; engaging in
research and scholarly writing; advising and mentoring master's and
doctoral students, including dissertation advising; and participating
in University, school, community, and professional service.


Send a letter of application stating research and teaching interests,
current vita, samples of publications or other writing, and letters of
reference to: Kristine Starken, Box 270425 Dewey Hall, Warner Graduate
School of Education and Human Development, University of Rochester,
Rochester, NY 14627. Deadline for applications is January 25, 2005,
although applications will continue to be considered until the
position is filled. Please contact Howard Kirschenbaum, Search
Committee Chair, at Howard.Kirschenbaum@rochester.edu if you have any


Check our Web site at www.rochester.edu/warner/facultysearches/ for
more information about this position and the Warner School.

The University of Rochester is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative
Action Employer.

 Women and minority-group members are encouraged to apply.



Howard Kirschenbaum, Chair

Department of Counseling and Human Development

Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development

University of Rochester

Rochester, NY 14627

Phone: 585-275-5077

Email: Howard.Kirschenbaum@rochester.edu

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