The OU Department of Educational Psychology invites associate or full professors of special education to apply to become Chair of the Department of Educational Psychology. The department chair position is a 12-month administrative appointment. The individual who becomes the next department chair will be appointed for a four-year term that, with the advice and consent of the department faculty, can be renewed for a second term.
To apply, all materials must be uploaded to the following website https://jobs.ou.edu (look for Norman Campus Jobs, Requisition #23577).
Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled
To obtain answers to specific questions email Search Chair and Special Education Program Coordinator Dr. Kendra Williams-Diehm at klwd [at] ou.edu.
Special Education – Assistant Professor
The College of Education at Michigan State University announces a tenure system position at the Assistant Professor level for a candidate of exceptional promise with expertise in the area of Learning Disabilities. The appointment will be in the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education.
The College of Education at Michigan State is widely recognized as a leading intellectual center for educational and health research and teacher education. The College is interdisciplinary and research-oriented; with strong support for scholarship and many opportunities for collaboration. Seven of its programs are ranked among the top ten nationally. The College’s interdisciplinary language and literacy doctoral specialization offers unique opportunities for students and faculty. Our Special Education program includes undergraduate, a fully online master’s, and doctoral degree granting programs, as well as graduate certificate programs in learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and applied behavior analysis. A successful faculty member will maintain an active research program, develop national visibility, seek external funding to support her/his research program, mentor and advise graduate students, and participate in local, state, and national service activities.
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Special Education – Assistant Professor
Autism Spectrum Disorders
The College of Education at Michigan State University announces a tenure system position at the Assistant Professor level for a candidate of exceptional promise with expertise in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Applied Behavior Analysis. The position will be in the Special Education Program within the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education.
The College of Education at Michigan State is widely recognized as a leading intellectual center for educational and health research and teacher education. The College is interdisciplinary and research-oriented; with strong support for research and many opportunities for collaboration. Seven of its programs are ranked among the top ten nationally. Our Special Education program includes undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degree granting programs, as well as graduate certificate programs in autism spectrum disorders, applied behavior analysis, and learning disabilities. Our doctoral program permits students to pursue cognates in any number of related areas of study. The college and its faculty members are heavily involved in the campus-wide Institute for Research on Autism, Intellectual, and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (see http://autism.research.msu.edu).
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The Special Education program in the Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University is hiring to fill three positions to begin September 2016:
- Associate Professor of SPED in Transition/DD
- Assistant Professor of SPED in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis
- Open Rank Clinical Professor of SPED
Full details are available here: http://epsy.tamu.edu/about/employment-opportunities
Assistant Professor of Special Education (Behavior Disorders) at Iowa State University
The School of Education (SOE), College of Human Sciences at Iowa State University is seeking applications for an Assistant Professor in the area of Special Education to begin in August 2016. The School seeks a dynamic, innovative, and enthusiastic colleague who will collaborate with special education and other SOE colleagues in developing rich and rigorous special education learning experiences and contribute expertise in behavior disorders. Building on these strengths, the School is committed to increasing its academic excellence, external funding, and diversity of faculty and students.
For the full position announcement, please visit our Web site. Once on the site, search by Vacancy ID #500141. To ensure consideration, submit application by 1 October 2015.
For additional information, you may also contact Search Co-Chair, Dr. Anne Foegen at afoegen [at] iastate.edu.
The Teacher Education Division of Council for Exceptional Children is fortunate to have Dr. Ann Turnbull and Dr. Mitchell Yell accept our invitation as the Keynote Speakers for the 2015 TED Conference. It is an honor to have such accomplished speakers provide insight into issues particularly relevant to our organization. They have graciously agreed to share their knowledge before the conference in an online discussion group. Participants will benefit from opportunities to exchange ideas, connect with colleagues, and broaden their knowledge on specialized topics that are the area of expertise of these two distinguished researchers. Please click here to learn more about this enhanced interaction with Dr. Ann Turnbull and Dr. Mitchel Yell before the conference. You can view the webpage at this address, however, we need the participants to use the following links to register so please do not put it in your announcements.
To register for the live online discussion group with Dr. Ann Turnbull, please go to this site for registration .
To register for the live online discussion group with Dr. Mitchell Yell, please go to this site for registration.
- Unique access to conference
- To enhance the conference experience by providing an extended and enhanced/enriched interaction with Keynote Speakers
- Interaction with leading and seminal researchers in the field focused around key articles and video presentations from the Keynote Speakers
- Synchronous (scheduled virtual online discussion) and asynchronous (e.g. blog, video/Zaption) opportunities for interaction
- Aligns with mission and vision of TED, including promotion of research-based practices, provision of professional development, and outreach for member engagement
- Participants become familiar with the contributions of the Keynote Speaker(s) in special education teacher education
- Participants will interact with peers and leaders in the field of special education teacher preparation.
- Participants will have an opportunity to enhance the TED-CEC conference experience
Folks at the University of Oregon’s Center on Teaching & Learning (CTL) are hoping to fill the second year of an IES post-doc with a hard-working, recent Ph.D. graduate interested in academic interventions and assessment. This is a one-year appointment. Although the start date is 1 September 2015, it’s possible that date is flexible (e.g., the postdoc could start later in 2015 and be funded later into 2016). More information about CTL and our projects can be found here: http://ctl.uoregon.edu/. Download a PDF describing the position.
The University of Missouri’s Quality Elementary Science Teaching (QuEST) program is searching for a postdoctoral scholar. The person filling the position would work on designing, delivering, and studying a practicum-based professional development model for K6 teachers in science teaching. The position, which is funded by the National Science Foundation, would begin 1 July 2015.
For a full description and detailed contact information, download the accompanying PDF.
Over on On Special Education, Christina Samuels reported that a group that is part of the Civil Rights Project of the University of California, Los Angeles, has indicated that 37% of secondary students with disabilities in Florida had been suspended from school, the highest rate in the US and more than double the average for the country.
Eighteen percent of secondary students with a disability served an out-of-school suspension in 2011-12, according to data collected by the U.S. Department of Education, but behind that number are enormous variations in suspension rates at the district and state level.
A civil rights advocacy group’s analysis of the data released Monday shows that Florida, at 37 percent, leads all other states in suspending students with disabilities at the secondary level. Florida also led the nation that year in suspensions overall, both at the elementary and secondary level, at 5 percent and 19 percent, respectively, said the Center for Civil Rights Remedies.
Read Ms. Samuels’s full post at “States’ Suspension Rates Vary Widely for Students With Disabilities, Group Says.”
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
The Department of Special Education and Clinical Services invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track appointment, beginning August 2015. Only online applications will be accepted. To view the full description and apply for this position, please visit www.iup.edu/employment (posting # F15-021).
IUP is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H/V Indiana University of Pennsylvania is a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
Southeast Missouri State University Autism Center for Diagnosis and Treatment
Provide leadership and oversight for the University Autism Center for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders. The director serves as the primary supervisor and coordinator for all staff and the collaborative partners that share the facility.
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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SPECIAL EDUCATION
The Millersville University Department of Early, Middle, and Exceptional Education seeks an Assistant Professor of Special Education beginning August 2015. Minimum qualifications include ABD status in special education, or a closely related field, 4 years of successful full-time teaching experience with Pre-K – 8 individuals demonstrating a broad range of disabilities. Highly regarded for its instructional quality and strong commitment to diversity, Millersville University is a learner-focused institution located in historic Lancaster County, known for its excellent schools and vibrant arts community, and close to Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, and NYC. MU enrolls about 8,500 undergraduate and graduate students. We seek individuals who embrace our public mission and value exploration, professionalism, integrity and compassion.
For a full listing of qualifications and to apply, go to http://jobs.millersville.edu/postings/1255 and complete a faculty application. Full consideration given to applications received by November 23, 2014. Direct questions to Dr. Richard Mehrenberg, search committee chair, at Richard.Mehrenberg@millersville.edu
An EO/AA institution.
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The School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences (LDES) in the College and Graduate School of Education, Health, and Human Services (EHHS) at Kent State University announces a tenure-line at the Assistant or Associate rank in Special Education, beginning in August 2015. We are seeking qualified applicants with a research focus in the area of high-incidence disabilities. Applicants with specific expertise in instructional design and delivery, curriculum development, and/or educator preparation are especially encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin Nov 1, 2014 and acceptance of applications will continue until the position is filled.
For the full position announcement please visit our website at:
For additional information, you may also contact Search Co-Chairs Drs. Pena L. Bedesem (email@example.com) and Brian R. Barber (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Texas State University invites qualified individuals to apply for an assistant professor position in the area of Special Education with an emphasis in Learning Disabilities and Inclusion (Learning Disabilities/Inclusion). Responsibilities include teaching courses in the special education program, including advanced courses in learning disabilities; maintaining an active research agenda including conducting research, publishing, and exploring grant opportunities; advising students; participating in program assessment and improvement activities; and providing service to the program, university, and profession. For more information, please go to:
You may also contact Dr. Stephen Ciullo (email@example.com) or Dr. Brenda Scheuermann (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences at the University of Oregon is seeking to hire a tenure-line faculty member in Special Education with expertise in the design, development, and delivery of instruction in core academic areas (e.g., reading, writing, and mathematics). For full position description and application information, please visit our website at: http://jobs.uoregon.edu/unclassified.php?id=4477. Apply by August 15, 2014, to be assured of consideration.