Associate Dean of Liberal Arts and General Education
Rochester Community & Technical College
September 11, 2018
This position provides leadership and administrative management to liberal arts disciplines including Anthropology, Art, Communication, Computer Science, Developmental Education, Dance, English, English for Academic Purposes, Geography, History, Humanities, Individualized studies, Mass Communication, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Reading, Sociology, Theater, and World Languages. Assisting with academic and strategic planning, assessment, scheduling, faculty/staff mentoring, academic program review, course program/articulation, budgeting, continuous quality improvement and pedagogical innovation. Provides direct leadership and supervision to faculty and staff in areas such as: Goddard Library, Learning Center, Phi Theta Kappa, Honors and First Year Experience. The work in this position is highly collaborative working with faculty and staff across many disciplines. As part of the College's academic leadership team the associate dean works to collaboratively plan, guide and carry out college wide strategic visions that will support the mission of the college. It involves working with community organizations, business and industry, workforce development and other entities to understand and address local and regional educational needs.
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Internal Number: 17392
About Rochester Community & Technical College
Rochester Community and Technical College was founded in 1915 on a motion by Dr. Charles Mayo to the Rochester School Board. Rochester is Minnesota's oldest - and one of the nation's oldest - original community colleges. The 2005-2006 academic year marked RCTC's 90th anniversary. The college serves approximately 7,500 students in credit-based enrollments and 3,000 in noncredit courses.
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