Assistant/Associate Professor - Special Education

Location
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Salary
Commensurate with Education and Experience
Posted
Jun 13, 2017
Position Type
Tenured & Tenure-Track
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Fayetteville State University sits on the precipice of increasing its influences as a commanding force in shaping the future of the region, state, and nation. It provides students with the highest quality learning experiences that will enable them to become citizens and leaders as change-agents in this new technologically advanced global society. Its core values are student success and the pursuit of excellence, shared governance, global responsibility, and collaboration. FSU works tirelessly to advance these values as it continues to transform the University into a vibrant 21st Century University each and every day.


The Department of Middle Grades, Secondary and Specialized Subjects department is committed to providing academic quality in educator preparation and support services leading to candidate degree attainment and skill development in the areas of:
( a ) teaching academic content using current technology,
( b ) developing content connections within diverse learning environments,
( c ) reflecting on teacher beliefs and assumptions, and
( d ) engaging in continuous professional development.
The MSSS department is further committed to strengthening faculty involvement in research, professional development and community engagement to enhance candidate and P-12 student outcomes and teacher quality in response to 21st Century, southeastern region of North Carolina communities and global expectations.

The faculty will teach special education undergraduate and graduate courses in the special education program; conduct research, develop grant proposals, write articles for publication, and engage in other scholarly activities; serve the department, school, university, and community in various  capacities; supervise/mentor pre-service and in-service special educators; participate in department and School of Education meetings and serve on select and related committees; serve as advisor to students who pursue MAT, MEd or a  special education concentration as assigned by the chairperson