The Division of Experience-Based Learning and Career Education is seeking two full-time faculty members. The primary responsibility of the selected candidates is to instruct/advise co-op and interns enrolled in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, or the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services, as well as Arts and Sciences.
Teaching and advising responsibilities are dependent on enrollment and may include a variety of majors. Individual major assignments will be subject to enrollment at the time of appointment.The primary teaching responsibilities for this position will be within Engineering Co-op and may have additional teaching responsibilities to aid in the development of a pharmacy co-op program.
Development of discipline-related co-op and internship opportunities for students in the assigned majors
Faculty responsibilities include articulating the relationship between academic studies and work assignments
Establishing partnerships with employing organizations
Monitoring and facilitating student learning and professional development
Mentoring students through individual, group and classroom instruction
Master's degree in related discipline. Strong desire to contribute to the mission of this division and to the field of Experiential Learning. Faculty members are expected to contribute to the service of the Division and contribute to the profession through scholarly activities.
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The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / M / F / Veteran / Disabled.
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