[EDLING:1029] Faculty position at Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) in Intl Ed

Tamara Warhol warholt at DOLPHIN.UPENN.EDU
Thu Oct 6 21:26:22 UTC 2005

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 The Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) invites applications for
one or two junior faculty positions in International Education and
Development, with a rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or
Lecturer, depending on qualifications. (At HGSE, Lecturers are individuals
 with extensive professional experience and a primary commitment to
practitioner preparation programs.)

Requirements include a doctorate in education, in public policy, or in a
social science discipline, and a record of education-related empirical
scholarship with an explicit comparative or international emphasis,
 including issues related to elementary or secondary education in
 developing countries.

Topical areas of interest include but are not limited to assessment of
student knowledge and skills, evaluation of educational initiatives,
effective strategies for teaching particular subjects to disadvantaged
populations, and survey design and demography, including immigration.

The selected candidate(s) will be expected to teach and advise students
in the International Education Policy Master's program and doctoral 
 with international research interests.

The search committee will begin reviewing applications on November 15,
2005, and continue until the position or positions are filled. Applicants
should send a hard copy of their curriculum vitae, a statement of their
research and teaching interests, three examples of their work or
continuing projects, and the names of three or more people who can provide
 references to:

Professor Fernando Reimers
Chair, Search Committee
c/o Carol Luongo
Harvard Graduate School of Education
122 Longfellow Hall
Cambridge, MA 02138

The Harvard Graduate School of Education prepares students and
professionals of diverse backgrounds for positions of leadership in
research and practice in education, and is an affirmative action
Applications from women, minorities, and from residents of all countries
are strongly encouraged.

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