Monday, February 20, 2012

TT at North Carolina State University (NC)

Assistant Professor in College of Education
Dept of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC

With a focus on needed STEM education and 21st century skills, the successful candidate must be prepared to:
• Participate in innovative, field-based teacher education program teaching methodology courses, supervising clinical field experiences, and advising and mentoring students in science education;
• Establish a scholarly research, grant writing, and publication record aligned with a research extensive university;
• Seek and conduct external funding to support scholarly activities;
• Conduct a focused and creative program of research and scholarship and collaborate across discipline lines to infuse a STEM education focus in graduate and undergraduate education;
• Participate in public service and outreach efforts related to science education at local, national, and international levels.
• Produce high quality scholarship that impacts teaching, learning and/or policy;
• Assist in department and college governance and outreach.
NC State is a research extensive university and our faculties are active in contributing to the research mission of the university via grant proposals, refereed publications, and collaborations that transcend traditional curriculum lines. All faculties provide service to their professional organizations, the community, and university and to society at large.

Required qualifications:
• Earned doctorate in Science Education, or a related field;
• A proven scholarly research and publication record associated with a research extensive university or the potential to establish such a record, and expertise in educational research design and research methodologies;
• Evidence demonstrating the use of new/emerging technologies in teaching or research;
• Evidence of successful teaching at the undergraduate or 6-12 grade levels in Science Education or a related field.

To apply for this position please visit our website at The candidate must have completed the doctorate at the time of appointment. These positions are nine-month, tenure track appointments effective August 15, 2012.