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Iowa State Assistant Teaching Professor Position: Learning and Leadership

27 Aug 2019 11:14 AM | L.J. McElravy (Administrator)


We have an excellent opportunity for the right person.  We seek an individual with expertise in agricultural education, education studies and experience in agricultural leadership.  This is a 9-month appointment with responsibilities for teaching/advising, scholarship, and service. The successful applicant will provide leadership and instruction for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ (CALS) Learning and Leadership Sciences (LLS) Minor in collaboration with other faculty members in AgEdS, Agron and other departments CALS, as well as personnel in the Center of Excellence in Learning and Teaching. In addition, the successful candidate will lead faculty development efforts associated with Project LEA/RN focused on improving instructional practice among faculty members and learning outcomes for students across ISU.  He/she will develop an applied research program to complement these areas and address application of learning theory in college classrooms.

This is a renewable term (3 year) faculty position and is titled – Assistant Teaching Professor.

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For consideration, please submit an application before September 22, 2019 using the previous URL.  Tentative start date is January 1.

Michael S. Retallick, Ph. D.

Professor and Chair

Agricultural Education and Studies Department
513 Farm House Lane, 0201 Curtiss Hall, Ames, Iowa 50011-1054


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