[Itech] Fwd: Marist College seeks an Assistant or Associate Professor of Literacy

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Fri Nov 6 11:16:48 EST 2009


Possible job.


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From: Theresa Austin <taustin at educ.umass.edu>
Date: Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 10:30 AM
Subject: Re: Marist College seeks an Assistant or Associate Professor of
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> From: Irene Buccieri <Irene.Buccieri at marist.edu>
> Date: Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 10:23 AM
> Subject: Re: Marist College seeks an Assistant or Associate Professor of
> Literacy
> *Marist College, located in New York’s beautiful and Historic Hudson River
> Valley, and a short train ride from New York City invites applications
> *
> *Assistant/Associate Professor of Literacy (two openings)*
> The teacher education program at Marist College is searching for two,
> tenure-track literacy faculty - one elementary and one secondary.
> *Join a Collaborative, Collegial Teacher Education Faculty*
> We seek applicants who understand contemporary literacy theories, models,
> and practices.  You should be an excellent teacher educator at both the
> graduate and undergraduate level, have ideas and plans about the types of
> research and scholarship you want to pursue, and be passionate about the
> roles literacy education can play in the lives of students.  The courses
> will teach will depend on your areas of expertise and interest as well as
> the needs of the teacher education program.  However, we expect one new
> faculty member to focus on grades 1-6 and the other to focus on 7-12+.
> *Preferred Qualifications*
> The ideal candidate will have a doctorate in an appropriate field but if
> you are ADB near completion your application will be considered.
> should have experience working in schools and demonstrate the potential to
> contribute to the intellectual vitality of the teacher education program
> well as the ability to work collegially with other faculty and with school
> leaders and teachers in the region.  Experience working with diverse
> populations and in high needs schools is highly desired.
> *The Campus*
> Marist College is a selective, comprehensive, independent, liberal arts
> institution located in the Hudson River Valley of New York State.  The
> 150-acre campus, bordering the Huston River, serves over 5000 graduate and
> undergraduate students.  Marist operates on a solid financial basis and in
> recent years has pursued a major building expansion, including a new
> state-of-the art library, student residence complexes, a faculty
> office/classroom building, and an art building.  Construction is currently
> underway on a new, high-technology building with faculty offices and high
> tech classrooms as well as specialized information technology
> Marist is nationally ranked as one of the most “wired” campuses in the
> nation.  The College has also been recognized for excellence by U.S. News
> World Report, The Princeton Review, Kiplinger's Personal Finance,
> Entrepreneur Magazine, and Barron's Best Buys in College Education.
> Marist College is strongly committed to the principle of diversity and is
> especially interested in receiving applications from members of ethnic
> minorities, women, disabled individuals, and other under-represented
> *Applications*
> We invite you to begin or continue your career with us at Marist College.
>  To learn more or to apply, please visit *https://marist.jobs.edu*<
>  Only on-line applications are accepted.
> Irene Buccieri
> Assistant Director of Strategic Recruitment
> Office of Human Resources
> Marist College
> 3399 North Road
> Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
> Irene.Buccieri at Marist.edu
> Office: 845.575.3278
> Cell: 845.235.5972
> Fax: 845.575.3348
> www.marist.edu

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