The South Carolina Honors College at the University of South Carolina invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant or Associate Dean. Recently ranked #1 among public university honors colleges.
Assistant or Associate Dean
South Carolina Honors College
University of South Carolina
The South Carolina Honors College at the University of South Carolina invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant or Associate Dean. Recently ranked #1 among public university honors colleges, the SCHC serves 1453 students out of a total student population of 29,597 on the Columbia campus (44,557 system-wide). The Honors College offers over 440 honors courses each year, with an average class size of 14, and extends over $200,000 annually to students for undergraduate research. The College also provides a wide array of internship, service-learning, and study-away experiences. The University of South Carolina, founded 1801, is listed by the Carnegie Foundation in the highest tier of research institutions in the U.S. The main campus, which has 324 degree programs through its 14 degree-granting colleges and schools, is located in Columbia, the state capital, which has a metropolitan population of 805,000.
The new assistant or associate dean will help to evolve and execute the College’s vision; will represent the College in various settings; will teach one course per semester; and will be involved in recruiting, curricular development and assessment, advising, student activities, and other efforts as directed by the dean. Candidates should possess an earned doctorate or other terminal degree and should be able to provide evidence of excellent teaching at the college level. Review of candidates will begin immediately, and for the fullest consideration applicants should send a letter of interest, a CV, and contact information for three references by February 18, 2013 to the search committee at Search@schc.sc.edu 
The University of South Carolina is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.