is committed to excellence through a diverse and inclusive environment.
Faculty Diversity FellowshipPosted April 11, 2017
Ursuline College is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty members. With this in mind, Ursuline College invites applications for teaching fellows from those who will contribute to the cultural climate of Ursuline College by increasing its racial and ethnic diversity and enhancing the educational benefits of diversity. Ursuline College will offer either a semester or year-long fellowship to a doctoral candidate (or post-doc) who would teach one course per semester in her or his discipline at the undergraduate level for the semester to begin August 15, 2017.
This Fellowship is supported by a grant from the Key Bank Foundation.
The fellowship recipient will be paired with an expert faculty member for coaching and mentorship. Additionally, the Faculty Diversity Fellow will be granted time, office space and resources to conduct research and write for publication. Funds will be allotted for professional development and travel to conferences. About Ursuline College:
Ursuline College helps students to achieve their educational and career goals by emphasizing the whole person and providing personalized attention within a liberal arts higher educational environment. The primary focus of Ursuline College is on the academic preparation of students through an emphasis on excellence in teaching and on scholarship that supports teaching. The College seeks faculty members who are professionally competent, who are committed to developing a learning community, and who can contribute to its distinctively Ursuline character. As a corollary of our emphasis on shared responsibility, the College seeks to foster a climate of collegiality in which all members have opportunity to influence and to participate in decision-making.
We serve students who reflect a wide range of ages, races, ethnic origins, religions and economic, social and academic backgrounds. We make a special effort to assess and meet the needs of our diverse student body by providing flexible scheduling and a variety of approaches to learning. Ursuline College also serves the local community by offering programs and facilities for social, cultural, and spiritual enrichment.Responsibilities:
The primary responsibility of the Ursuline College Faculty Diversity Fellow will be to teach one course each semester in her or his discipline at the undergraduate or graduate level and other duties as assigned. Ursuline College also requires the fellowship recipient to present a campus colloquium on a topic of his or her choice.
Qualifications and Compensation:
Applications are invited in all disciplines. The successful candidate must have completed a Ph.D., be engaged in post-doctoral study or completing doctoral coursework (for example, ABD). Fellowship recipients must be either U.S. citizens or permanent residents committed to and willing to contribute to enhancing the diversity of Ursuline College.
Ursuline College will offer a fellowship stipend of $12,000 per year ($6,000 per semester), support for professional development at $2,500.00 per year ($1,250 per semester), a residence hall room, and administrative support. How to apply:
By Monday, May 8, 2017, the applicant should submit a complete curriculum vitae, transcripts, a 500-word teaching statement or teaching philosophy and two letters of recommendation (one of which must come from doctoral advisor) to:
Faculty Diversity Fellowship
c/o Kathleen Allen
2550 Lander Road
Pepper Pike, Ohio 44124
OR via e-mail at: email@example.com
Head Women’s Tennis Coach – Part TimePosted March 20, 2017Summary
Responsible for administering and organizing all aspects of the tennis program, including recruitment. As a member of the NCAA DII, we offer athletic scholarships to our student-athletes. This is a part-time position that starts on September 1, 2016. Reports to the Director of Athletics. Responsibilities
Develop the practice and game schedule; Arrange team travel; Complete required reports; Work with the Admission office to coordinate recruitment efforts and campus visits; Participate in department fund raisers; Take an active interest in the student athlete in the classroom. Must adhere to and follow all NCAA Division II and conference rules, regulations and bylaws.Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree required; experience as a tennis coach at the college or high school level. Demonstrated experience working within a multicultural community. Must have a valid driver’s license, a good driving record and the ability to drive vans to and from contests. Commitment to high standards of character as well as a commitment to student-athlete success both academically and athletically.How to Apply
Candidates should submit cover letter, resume, salary requirements and three references to Cindy McKnight, Director of Athletics, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.