Lecturer/Visual Art and Art Education
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.
This is a one-year fixed term Lecturer position in Visual Arts/Art Education
Vision: The Department of Performing and Fine Arts will be the cultural and intellectual center for Fayetteville and its environs.
Mission: The primary mission of the Department of Performing and Fine Arts is to produce graduates in the performing and fine arts – music, dance, theater, visual arts – that will be leaders and advocates in their respective fields. The Department is also committed to building community through the arts by being a resource for performing and fine arts pedagogy, cultivating a climate where creativity flourishes, and engaging the community with the production and dissemination of the performing and fine arts.
This is a one-year fixed term Lecturer in Visual Arts/Art Education. Faculty member wil teach the art education courses designed for our our newly structured Visual Arts/Arts Education degree. It is also necessary to maintain accreditation from the national association for schools of Arts and design (NASAD), the department have an instructor with an Art Education Degree. The lecturer will be able to work with the School of education and the clinical supervisor to ensure our art education majors are well prepared.
The faculty member will:
1. Teach art education courses and any additional courses as needed by the department according to expertise.
2. Maintain an effective and collaborative relationship with all academic departments’ program assistants and coordinators.
3. Assist with and/or coordinate related department events esp. recruitment) in accordance with applicable policies, regulations, laws and guidelines.
4. Establish and maintain positive relationships and partnerships across campus, with outside organizations and with external and internal peers and constituents. .
5. Coordinate with School of Education with art education majors as it relates to NCDPI guidelines for their related clinical experience.