The Department of Educational Policy Studies seeks a candidate who will contribute to the department's expertise in international educational policy and practice. Candidates should have earned a Ph.D. or terminal degree in comparative and international education or a related field by the position start date. Experience with evaluation research methods and/or international development education monitoring, evaluation, and learning preferred.
The individual hired for the position is expected to conduct original research and generate scholarly publications sufficient for tenure at a major research university; develop and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in educational policy studies, with a focus on comparative and international education; supervise and serve on the committees of Master's and Doctoral candidates; serve on departmental, School of Education, and university committees; and engage in professional service at the university, local, regional, national and/or international level commensurate with their appointment level. Salary is commensurate with experience.
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Required PhD or other terminal degree, or a degree at least one level above the level of instruction, or otherwise approved as qualified by the Dean. Earned doctorate (or equivalent), by starting date, in comparative and international education or a related field or discipline. Experience with evaluation research methods and/or international development education monitoring, evaluation, and learning preferred.
-Candidates should have earned or be completing a PhD or terminal degree in comparative and international education or a related field or discipline -Experience with evaluation research methods and/or international development education monitoring, evaluation, and learning preferred -Evidence of established research and scholarship -Demonstrated commitment to furthering socially just education -Evidence of success in securing external funding to support research preferred -Evidence of excellence in teaching preferred -Experience working with diverse students and colleagues preferred
It is anticipated this position requires work be performed in-person, onsite, at a designated campus work location.
Appointment Type, Duration:
Anticipated Begin Date:
AUGUST 21, 2023
Negotiable ACADEMIC (9 months)
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Departmental Information: The Department of Educational Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is one of the highest-ranked public programs in educational policy and practice. We examine educational policies, practices, movements, outcomes, dilemmas, and controversies - as well as the forces shaping them - through the lenses of international and comparative education, anthropology, economics, geography, history, sociology, philosophy, policy analysis, and politics. Our efforts are guided by a commitment to furthering socially just education. We value a collegial interdisciplinary environment for research and teaching.
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Please click "apply now" and follow the instructions. You will be asked to create a profile and upload the following documents: (a) letter of interest with a description of current and future research, as well as relevant teaching experience, (b) curriculum vitae, (c) two samples of scholarly writing, and (d) a list with the names and contact information for three references as a part of the online application. To ensure consideration, application materials must be received by 12 September, 2022. The position will remain open and applications may be considered until the position is filled.
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