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Position Number: 00007099
Primary Function of Organization Unit: To prepare researchers, analysts, evaluators, and educational leaders who will work in agencies that investigate, govern, or offer educational services to youths and adults.
Essential Job Duties: Establish a scholarly research, grant-writing, and publication record aligned with a research extensive university Engage in collaborative research involving other faculty within the College and the Friday Institute Teach graduate courses in educational policy and evaluation and quantitative methods Teach and collaborate with other faculty responsible for designing and delivering instruction in the College’s graduate level quantitative research sequence Advise graduate students and serve on doctoral committees in LPAHE Work collaboratively with faculty colleagues and policy makers at the local, state and national level while preparing effective educational leaders to improve learner success and advance educational equity Participate in department and college governance Work with diverse students, staff, and community members
Minimum Education/Experience: Earned doctorate in economics, education, political science, sociology, or a related area Proven scholarly research and publication record associated with a research extensive University or demonstrated potential to establish such a record Evidence of ability to generate external funding for research, such as from the Institute of Education Sciences and the National Science Foundation.
Department Required Skills : Research focus on important areas of K-16 policy, such as student achievement, teacher and leader quality and effectiveness, access and equity, school reform, and/or educational attainment Expertise in quasi-experimental research methods Ability to teach introductory and advanced quantitative methods Experience or interest in working with K-12 schools and/or postsecondary institutions Interest in contributing to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching, and outreach
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education: Expertise in field experiments
Necessary Licenses and Certifications: na
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