Call for Applications
LEARN Center Director
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
The Director of the Learning Enhancement, Assessment and Research Network (LEARN) Center provides leadership and oversight of professional development initiatives and activities to develop excellence in teaching and learning. The Director reports to the Interim Associate Provost and works closely with the LEARN Center Fellows, the LEARN Center Advisory Board, the Director of the Learning Technology Center, and the Director of Academic Assessment to develop and coordinate programming.
This is a 2-year (potentially renewable), 9-month appointment with a 50% course reassignment from instructional responsibilities during fall and spring terms and a $5,000 stipend during the academic year. Up to a $5,000 summer stipend is also available.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until an appointment is made. Candidates are encouraged to submit materials by June 28, 2019 to receive full consideration.
Please see the full position description for details on the position and on how to apply.
Application Deadline: June 28, 2019
Questions? Please contact Joan Littlefield Cook, Interim Associate Provost (firstname.lastname@example.org; x1013)
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