Position Summary: Under the leadership of the Dean, the Associate Dean provides assistance in the administration of the college, including developing and overseeing the implementation of the college’s interdisciplinary curricula, student research and industry- based projects, support of faculty advisory committees, operational planning and annual reporting of student outcomes. The associate dean insures that the college systems are operational, clearly communicated, transparent and effective.
Essential Functions: Major Activities in collaboration with the Dean, by way of illustration and not limitation: - Supports Dean in coordination with academic departments, companies and/or Career Development Services, and supervises as necessary, student industry-based professional projects to develop and promote Honors curricula. - Develops, implements, and coordinates interdisciplinary curricular plans for the college, and designs and implements outcome assessment tools - Coordinates with academic departments and research centers for student research projects. - Leads the academic assessment and review of and offers one section of the first-year seminar and of the Honors Education Plan for the ADHC students in coordination with academic departments. - Coordinate relevant office functions. Responsible for: -The support of the Faculty Advisory Committee and the Health and Medical Education Committee. - Participating and presenting papers at national meetings and conferences on Honors Colleges Programs and gifted education. - Coordinates research projects, and develop grants and proposals with Honors staff, academic departments, and research centers for undergraduate student research. - Coordinates the communication of Honors programs and accomplishments through a variety of media platforms - Teams with the Dean, ADHC administration and staff to plan and assist with co-curricular activities including freshman retreat, freshman seminar, leadership Colloquia, and other programs and alumni events.
Prerequisite Qualifications: Must hold a PhD in a field where the University grants an advanced degree, and a record of publications and grants in that field. Must have a record of innovative Honors teaching and a minimum of five years of educational administrative experience, including: the use of digital platforms for outcomes assessment, honors administration and curricular development, and the use of media for the promotion of a college or academic department. At the university's discretion, the education and experience prerequisites may be excepted where the candidate can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the university an equivalent combination of education and experience specifically preparing the candidate for success in the position.
Internal Number: req1354
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