Collegiate Professor in Hinman College
Department:: Provost Office
Locations:: Binghamton, NY
Posted:: Feb 26, 2021
Closes:: Open Until Filled
Position ID:: 128606
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The Provost invites applications from tenured faculty members for the position of Collegiate Professor in Hinman College.
Why Consider This Opportunity?
Are you a faculty member who is ready to try a unique and compelling way to experience undergraduate education at Binghamton University? To consider an experience that will bring you into close contact with students in a variety of settings outside the classroom? To help us think strategically about ways to make our residential college system a key feature in promoting student success and distinguishing us from other universities?
We are looking for someone who:
- has a strong record of working closely with students to support their success
- possesses the skills to make a positive impact on student lives outside the classroom
- provides engaging ways to make learning experiences relevant to students
- has the ability and energy to embrace new challenges
- is effective at communication and developing congenial partnerships with a broad range of students, staff, and faculty from across the university
- can effectively think and plan strategically to maximize the contribution of the residential colleges to the University's mission
- recognizes that the role of Collegiate Professor will require irregular and extended hours interacting with students and other campus groups on weekends, evenings, and during the summer
What's Special About Hinman College?
Hinman College is a community filled with energy, tradition, and spirit. It is home to the Public Service Learning Community and the Hinman College Council ? the largest student government on campus. Hinman is excited to be going through some major renovations. The dining hall will become a truly stunning, state-of-the-art building with lots of open space and a rooftop terrace.
Hinman's ALIVE program (Achieving Leadership In Volunteer Experiences) is central to the spirit and culture of the college; it is about personal growth, civic engagement, exploring new opportunities and experiential learning. We actively partner with the University's Center for Civic Engagement (CCE).
For more information on Living and Learning in Hinman please visit: Hinman College - Residential Life
What Are the Goals for the Collegiate Professors?
The Collegiate Professor in Hinman College will be part of a team working to:
- create closer student-faculty relations outside the classroom and within Hinman College
- promote a broad range of informal and formal cultural, educational, and intellectual activities for the students in Hinman College
- foster an intellectual climate where living and learning are joined
- support an inclusive sense of community, global awareness, and intercultural connectedness within the residential college
- increase the overall impact of the residential college system on undergraduate education and student success at Binghamton University
Collegiate Professors are tenured members of the faculty, are appointed by the Provost, and report directly to the Vice Provost for Online and Innovative Education. Collegiate Professors are appointed for a three-year term, pending annual review, and receive a salary supplement in consideration of their additional duties, including some summer responsibilities (e.g., orientation, common reading program, and so forth). The duties as Collegiate Professor replace approximately 50 percent of the normal teaching, research, and service duties.
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Electronic applications (consisting of a statement of interest, vision for the role of Collegiate Professor at Hinman, and an up-to-date c.v.) should be submitted through Interview Exchange. If you have any questions, please email Paula Russell ([email protected]), Chair of Search Committee. Review of applications will begin in March. Applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled.