Juniper Gardens Children’s Project, one of the most successful efforts to build collaboration between local community and scientific research teams in educational history, requests nominees for its third director in its 50-year history. The position will carry a joint appointment with the University of Kansas Schiefelbusch Institute for Life Span Studies and Applied Behavioral Science.
The Juniper Gardens Children’s Project (JGCP) has a rich history for outstanding contributions to the scientific literature. Currently 11 Ph.D.-level researchers are examining a diverse array of questions associated with improving outcomes for children. Research teams focus on ways to (a) improve learning and development in young children; (b) promote social, behavioral and academic school success; (c) develop advanced measurement systems to inform and improve practice; (d) advance autism research to improve practice and outcomes; and (e) build capacity to implement evidence-based practices.
As developed in detail at the KU employment site, the position will have specific duties and offer unique opportunities. Qualified applicants should apply online: http://employment.ku.edu/academic/7231BR.