National search for DPD Program Director underway
The College of Liberal Arts and the Division of Academic Affairs at Oregon State University invite applications for the Director of the Difference, Power and Discrimination (DPD) Program. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE), 9-month tenured position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor to begin Fall 2013. This position also includes one month of summer salary to compensate the Director for facilitation of the summer faculty seminar. One half (0.5 FTE) of the successful candidate’s appointment will involve serving as Director of the DPD Program. The Director is responsible for leadership and administration of the DPD Program. In particular, the Director teaches the DPD Faculty Seminar; develops and implements the Program’s vision, goals, and programming agenda in collaboration with staff and stakeholders; manages budgetary resources; and supervises any associated GTAs or interns. Responsibilities associated with the remaining FTE include teaching, undergraduate and graduate student advising, research and scholarship, and service through an academic unit within the College of Liberal Arts. While the academic discipline and scholarly specialization of the person filling this position are open, we seek candidates with knowledge of theories and pedagogies related to difference, power, and discrimination.
To review posting and apply, go to http://jobs.oregonstate.edu. Apply to posting no. #0009886. Closing date is December 31, 2012. OSU is an AA/EOE