RESPONSIBILITIES: The president must possess the ability to attract and retain exceptional faculty and students, bring a record of fund-raising expertise, demonstrate success in implementing strategic plans, and present a commitment to diversity and international initiatives.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Typically, candidates are intellectually grounded in organizational theory, social psychology, sociology, or strategy, but we regularly consider applications from other intellectual traditions.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Candidates should be creative and innovative leaders who understand the local, domestic, and international issues facing forestry, wildlife, and natural resources in the broadest sense.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Successful applicants will be individuals who are prepared to take advantage of the interdisciplinary collaborative research opportunities available within the Language & Literacy Program, have a strong record of programmatic research, obtain external grant support, and have a commitment to and experience in the instruction of undergraduate and graduate students.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Chief Human Resources Officer will play a pivotal role in positioning the University for dynamic growth, providing institutional leadership and service to develop and sustain HR programs and policies that are best in class, and that support the achievement of institutional goals and objectives.
RESPONSIBILITIES: As a certified CLASS observer, the School Readiness Coach ensures the prescribed curriculum (Creative Curriculum) and assessment tool (GOLD) are consistently implemented with fidelity throughout all program options and provides ongoing training and technical assistance for teaching staff utilizing the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS).
RESPONSIBILITIES: Members of our faculty are expected to conduct original research of exceptionally high quality, to teach effectively, and to participate in and contribute to the academic environment.