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Open Rank Professor, English Education

Teachers College Columbia University

Department of Arts & Humanities

Open Rank Professor of English Education

Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking an accomplished teacher-scholar and professional leader in English education for a professorial tenured or tenure-track appointment in the Department of Arts & Humanities for the Program in English Education/The Teaching of English. Professorial rank is open and will be determined by the qualifications of the prospective appointee.

Our search will be focused on recruiting either a potentially or already recognized intellectual and professional leader in the field of English education with a promising or an established record of influential research and publication, strong and active interest in the preparation of secondary and college English teachers and teacher-educators, and a history of success (or exceptionally strong potential for success) in submitting top-ranked proposals to foundations and government funding agencies.

Our new colleague will be expected to maintain a robust and professionally influential program of research relevant to teaching and learning in the disciplines and practices that define English studies and the arts of language;  to guide doctoral students in English education in their dissertations and in their development as research specialists, scholars, and teachers; and to contribute generously and actively to sustaining and enhancing the quality of our four distinct masters programs and three doctoral programs in English education.

Applicants for this position should send a letter of application along with a complete CV and a list of references to Professor Janet L. Miller at   EnglishEdSearch@tc.edu

Review of applications will begin during October 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.

Teachers College as an institution is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in employment. In offering education, psychology, and health studies, the College is committed to providing expanding employment opportunities to persons of color, women, and persons with disabilities in its own activities and in society.

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