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Scotland Programs Officer
Programme: Arcadia Scotland
Posted: 01/12/2023 08:55:26
Email: [email protected]
Instructor, British Youth Culture
Ithaca College London is looking for an adjunct professor to teach one section of the sociology course ?British Youth Culture?. This class covers the period from 1900- present day and is scheduled for Tuesdays 10:00-1:00. Classes begin January 16 and end May 4, with a break from March 3- March 12. This is a one term contract only. Please take the time of the class into account when applying. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and will close December 8.
Please send your cv and cover letter, detailing experience, to Dr Meghan Callahan, Director, at [email protected], and [email protected]
Assistant Director, Academic Programs and Student Success
Programme: Syracuse University Strasbourg (FRANCE)
Location: Strasbourg, France
Posted: 07/11/2023 11:03:31
Email: [email protected]
Syracuse University is seeking a dynamic Assistant Director for Academic Programs and Student Success for its prestigious and historic study abroad center in Strasbourg, France. This full-time, permanent position provides leadership support to ensure continued excellence and innovation in Syracuse Strasbourg?s programming in the areas of academic administration, program advising, faculty support, and student wellness. The Assistant Director reports to the Syracuse University in Strasbourg Director and serves as a thought partner on key strategic issues. Working as an integral member of a highly collaborative team, they have the opportunity to play an important role in contributing to and shaping the future of the academic, inter-cultural, and experiential offering for students studying in Strasbourg.
Skills and Qualifications
? Ability to foster academic excellence and innovation across disciplines and to draft and implement academic policies.
? Good understanding of U.S. academic university structures and academic procedures.
? Experience supporting students with academic and learning issues and overall student well-being.
? Demonstrated commitment to inter-cultural learning and the values of study abroad.
? Experience working with diverse college-aged American students, especially in study abroad programs.
? Commitment to working in a collaborative, dynamic, growth-oriented environment.
? Work authorization in France strongly preferred.
? Professional fluency (spoken and written) in French and English.
? Master?s degree required. A doctoral degree preferred.
Interested applicants should submit their CV and cover letter to the hiring committee by emailing Alison Bayart [email protected]. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.