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Job Announcement: Assistant Professor of Biology at Carthage College

Carthage College is currently seeking applicants for a tenure-track appointment as assistant professor of biology. Applicants should expect to teach both introductory and advanced biology coures and labs and to assist with experimental design and senior thesis courses. The hired individual will help establish a research program centered on mentoring and teaching undergraduate students. Post-doctoral experience is highly desireable.

The position begins August 2015.

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An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM Teaching

Registration is open for An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM Teaching.  This seven-week MOOC explores effective teaching strategies for college or university STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) classrooms. Watch the intro video:

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Job Announcement: Associate Director of Professional Development at UW-Madison

The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Madison Teaching and Learning Excellence (MTLE) program is currently seeking applicants for an Associate Director of Professional Development position. The MTLE program provides assistance to early-career faculty with teaching resources, training, and support. The associate director is responsible for overseeing and managing these operations.

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Job Announcement: Associate Dean for Inclusion & Student Engagement at Cornell University

Cornell University is seeking an Associate Dean for Inclusion and Student Engagement to provide vision, leadership and overall management of Graduate School policies and initiatives related to diversity, inclusion, and student engagement. Read More »

Job Announcement: Postdoctoral Researcher in Science Education at Duke University

A postdoctoral position focused on science education research and assessment is available at Duke University. The position is part of an HHMI-funded grant to increase student success in STEM disciplines, and the goal is to develop data-driven models for understanding how faculty perceive and experience teaching, how students perceive and experience learning, and what educational experiences can be implemented in science gateways to create multiple pathways for success for all our students, including under-represented minorities. Read More »

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