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Counseling Psychology - December 1
Higher Education - November 15
International Education - December 1
School Counseling - December 1
School Psychology - December 1
Student Affairs - December 1
Special Education -
Mar 1 - MEd, MA, & AGS
Dec 1 - Ph.D
Feb 1 - MEd, MA, & AGS
Dec 1 - Ph.D
*No Ph.D. applicants accepted for spring
Sep 1 - MEd, MA, & AGS
Jun 1 - MEd, MA, & AGS
CHSE DEPARTMENT SEARCHES
The College of Education at the University of Maryland invites applications for the position of Chair of the Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education (CHSE), which is a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Professor. We seek a leader for this newly merged department to further advance its research, teaching, and service accomplishments as a unified department. For more information please click here.
The Special Education Program is seeking applications for a tenure-track faculty appointment at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level to begin August 2014. The Program is searching for an energetic and innovative individual to help shape its vision for the future of undergraduate and graduate training in the field of special education. The ideal candidate has an established record of research and scholarly productivity, a commitment to teaching and mentoring students, and a demonstrated track record in obtaining external funding. For more information please click here.
The University of Maryland School Psychology Program seeks to fill a position at the tenured rank of associate or full professor to begin August 2014. We seek candidates who have a focused program of research but who can contribute to teaching and research in school psychology and related areas. Position responsibilities include assuming the role of program director within a year of arrival, conducting an on-going program of focused research, seeking and securing external funding, teaching graduate courses, providing practicum supervision, and supervising master’s theses and doctoral dissertations. The candidate’s research and professional interest areas are open. Commitment and ability to prepare students to work with individuals of diverse cultural backgrounds and personal characteristics are essential For more information please click here.
Professor Drezner's research on LGBT philanthropy profiled in Nation's leading nonprofit newspaper, The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Dr. Sylvia Rosenfield, CHSE Professor Emerita, was honored with the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award at its recent conference in Seattle. read more.
Dr. Noah Drezner's new book is now available from Routledge Press, click here for order information.
"...admirably concise yet comprehensive... insightfully synthesize and analyze current research, theory, and practice..."
-- Bruce A. Kimball, Professor of Educational Studies, The Ohio State University
"...a must-read for anyone and everyone desiring to expand their donor base."
--Dwight Burlingame, Director of Academic Programs, School of Philanthropy, Indiana University
Dr. Susan R. Komives was honored with the ACPA College Student Educators International's Lifetime Achievement Award for her service and academic contributions to the college student affairs profession. read more.
Burmese refugee teachers in Malaysia proudly display their teacher training certificates as part of the Fulbright-funded research project conducted by Dr. Colleen O'Neal (in center of photo) with the goal of improving classroom management of refugee students' behavior, attention, and emotions. read more.