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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

The University of Central Florida (UCF) is accepting applications for the Ph.D. program in Counselor Education.

The University of Central Florida (UCF) is accepting applications for the Ph.D. program in Counselor Education.

Early deadline for application is December 20, 2013 (for best financial consideration). Final deadline is January 15, 2014.

Ranked 9th in the nation by US News and World Report, the UCF Counselor Education program is designed specifically for those who wish to pursue careers as counselor educators at the university level or as supervisors in schools or agencies.

The UCF Counselor Education program is fully accredited with the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). In addition to advanced curricular experiences in counseling, courses are designed to examine the fundamental issues and theory of teaching adults in higher education, research, supervision, and consultation, and to provide supervised experiences in each area. The UCF Community Counseling and Research Clinic is a large full service, outpatient counseling center that provides free individual and group counseling, couples and family counseling, and play therapy services to over 2000 individuals each year in the Central Florida area.  As a hub for teaching, supervision and research in the Counselor Education program, the clinic provides a unique opportunity for doctoral students’ development in teaching, supervision and research.
Early deadline for application is December 20, 2013 (for best financial consideration). Final deadline is January 15, 2014.


About UCF:

Located in Orlando, Florida, UCF is the nation’s largest university. UCF is called a “Top Up-and-Coming” national university by U.S. News & World Report, a best-value university by The Princeton Review and Kiplinger’s, and one of the nation’s most affordable colleges by Forbes.

The University of Central Florida is one of the most dynamic universities in the country. Offering 212 degree programs, it has become an academic and research leader in numerous fields, such as optics, modeling and simulation, engineering and computer science, business administration, education, science, hospitality management and digital media.

UCF promotes a diverse and inclusive environment. UCF students come from 50 states and 145 countries.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor, School and Community Counseling Program



Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor, School and Community Counseling Program
The University of Maryland, Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education seeks to fill a visiting clinical assistant professor position in its School and Community Counseling Program to begin August 2014. The Department offers undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degrees in three broad areas: 1) Higher Education, Student Affairs, and International Education policy; 2) Special Education; and, 3) Counseling Psychology, School Psychology, and School Counseling.  The Department’s programs consistently have received high national rankings, including the U.S. News top rank in the counseling specialty. More information on the Department and College of Education can be found at www.education.umd.edu/chse
 . 

We seek candidates who have professional experience as a school counselor, supervisor, or director in K-12 school settings. Additional counseling experience in non-school community settings is also desirable but not required.  Position responsibilities include teaching graduate courses, providing practicum and internship supervision, academic advising for masters students, and significant program coordination and oversight responsibilities. The candidate’s professional interest areas are open. Commitment and ability to prepare students to work with socially and culturally diverse individuals is essential.
Qualifications:
  • Doctorate in Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology, School Psychology, or closely related field (required).
  • Training and professional experiences appropriate to teach applied courses in the School Counseling Program (required).
  • Professional experience as a school counselor, supervisor or director (required).
  • Certification and/or licensure as a school, community, or professional counselor (preferred).
Candidates should send: (a) a letter of application addressing the qualifications and expectations noted above, (b) a current curriculum vitae, and (c) names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three persons from whom letters of reference may be requested. Requests for confidentiality until the interview phase of the search will be honored.
For best consideration, please submit all application materials by December 13, 2013. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
All application materials should be forwarded to:
Richard Shin, Chair, School Counseling Faculty Search Committee
3234 Benjamin Building, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742.
Voice: 315-530-5248 Fax: 301-405-9995  Email: rqshin@umd.edu


The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is dedicated to increasing the diversity of its faculty through hiring and retention of minorities, women, and persons with disabilities.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Counseling Program at Mercer University is seeking qualified applicants for the Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision

College of Continuing and Professional Studies
Department of Counseling and Human Sciences

The Counseling Program at Mercer University is seeking qualified applicants for the
Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision  for Fall semester 2014

The program admits 12 candidates once a year.  Applications must be completed by January 31, 2014 to be considered for admission.  Every student admitted receives graduate assistantships with a stipend and other teaching and supervision opportunities. 

The Counseling program’s mission at Mercer University is based upon a fundamental belief in the diversity, dignity, and inherent worth of all human beings and in the central role education plays in a democratic society. The Counseling faculty actively supports the College of Continuing and 

Professional Studies’ commitment to quality instruction and community service.
Doctoral training extends beyond course content hours and field experiences. Doctoral students learn to examine critically the state of the art, to generate research inquiries, and to advance the profession of counseling through oral and written contributions.

The Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision is unique as students are required to complete a counseling cognate as well as an 18 hour cognate in another discipline of interest to the student.  A broad interdisciplinary base at Mercer allows for great breadth in academic pursuits for doctoral students. The doctoral level counselor represents a "scientist practitioner" model and should be both consumer and producer of research. Doctoral degree requirements in counseling are rigorous. The selection process for admission to the program considers this factor. Students admitted to the program have convinced the selection committee of potential for successful program completion.

Our 11 Full-time faculty members offer a wealth of experience in teaching, mentoring, and research, and serve as leaders in both state and national counseling organizations.  The program faculty’s expertise allows students to develop in-depth knowledge of numerous counseling specialty areas.
The Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program is offered with evening classes on the Atlanta, GA, campus of Mercer University.  With over 5 million people in the metro Atlanta area and the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta is not only ‘the crossroads of the south’ but is an international city, offering our students a great diversity of personal, clinical, and professional opportunities.
For More Information and Application Materials visit our website at:
or contact
Ms. Mitzi Jenkins- call (678) 547-6411 or email  Jenkins_MJ@Mercer.edu


Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Assistant/Associate Professor of Counselor Education, Marquette University

Assistant/Associate Professor of Counselor Education, Marquette University

Position
Marquette University announces a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor position in the Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology. Join a future-focused counselor education program committed to preparing professional counselors within a framework of social justice, multiculturalism, advocacy and leadership.  Responsibilities include teaching core and clinical mental health counseling, supervising and advising students, maintaining a strong program of research and participating in professional and community service.  All department faculty members contribute to curriculum development, program assessment and other administrative tasks.

Qualifications
Position requirements include: an earned doctorate in Counselor Education or a related doctorate with full-time experience teaching in counselor education prior to July 2013; evidence of strong abilities in teaching and supervision and capacity to maintain a program of research. Preference will be given to applicants with interests and expertise in one or more of the following areas: counseling diagnosis, assessment and treatments; crisis and trauma counseling; addictions and statistics and research methods. Competence in multicultural counseling and advocacy, familiarity with CACREP accreditation and immediate eligibility for Wisconsin licensure are highly desirable. Individuals who would contribute to the diversity of our faculty are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Department
Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit, doctoral research university located on a beautiful urban campus just minutes from downtown Milwaukee. The CECP Department, located in the College of Education, consists of 7 full-time faculty members and 63 masters and 22 doctoral students. The Department offers a 60-hour program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, a 48-hour School Counseling program, and a doctoral program in Counseling Psychology. The counselor education program is pursuing initial CACREP accreditation with a site visit scheduled spring 2014.

Applications
Salary is competitive and start-up packages are available.  Appointment will be at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank based upon the candidate’s qualifications and experience.  Initial review of applications will begin December 18, 2013 and continue until the position is filled. Applicants are requested to submit a letter of interest specifying qualifications for the position, a curriculum vitae and the names, affiliation, e-mail address and phone numbers of 5 professional references through the university job portal https://employment.marquette.edu/postings/2239
 . Questions may be directed to the Search Committee Chair Dr. Margaret Bloom: margaret.bloom@marquette.edu and the Department Chair, Dr. Alan Burkard: alan.burkard@marquette.edu .


Marquette University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of age, disability, disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran status, gender, marital status, national origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation.

School Counseling Program at Suffolk University

The School Counseling Program at Suffolk University is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor to join Suffolk University in the Fall 2014, pending budgetary approval. We are particularly interested in candidates with experience as a school counselor, a strong identity as a Counselor Educator, and a research agenda related to school counseling and/or school counselor education.

The full position posting and online application can be accessed at:



I welcome and encourage questions from prospective applicants who subscribe to CESNET – please contact me by email at tpoynton@suffolk.edu.

Florida Gulf Coast University Graduate Programs

Florida Gulf Coast University would like to invite you to participate in an informal online “webinar” session to learn more about its graduate programs.

Applications are still being taken for its Masters’ degree programs starting in January:

  • ·         Educational Technology
  • ·         Curriculum & Instruction
  • ·         Educational Leadership
  • ·         School Counseling
  • ·         Reading
  • ·         Special Education
  • ·         Teacher Immersion Program (Certificate)


We are also still accepting applicants until January 15, 2014 for the next cohort in its Educational Doctorate (Ed.D.) degree that begins in August of 2014.

Two sessions will be held on Thursday, December 5, 2013; once at 4-5PM and at 7-8PM.
To attend this session please go online to the following address. (No registration necessary, simply add your Name when prompted and you will be taken to the online Chat Room/Presentation area):





Free Luncheon: Women and Addiction

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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Mercer University

Mercer University
COLLEGE OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
The Counseling Program at Mercer University is seeking qualified applicants for the Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision 
for Fall semester 2014
The program admits 12 candidates once a year.  Applications must be completed by January 31, 2014 to be considered for admission.  Every student admitted receives graduate assistantships with a stipend and other teaching and supervision opportunities. 

The Counseling program’s mission at Mercer University is based upon a fundamental belief in the diversity, dignity, and inherent worth of all human beings and in the central role education plays in a democratic society. The Counseling faculty actively supports the College of Continuing and Professional Studies’ commitment to quality instruction and community service.

Doctoral training extends beyond course content hours and field experiences. Doctoral students learn to examine critically the state of the art, to generate research inquiries, and to advance the profession of counseling through oral and written contributions.

The Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision is unique as students are required to complete a counseling cognate as well as an external cognate in another discipline of interest to the student.  A broad interdisciplinary base at Mercer allows for great breadth in academic pursuits for doctoral students. The doctoral level counselor represents a "scientist practitioner" model and should be both consumer and producer of research. Doctoral degree requirements in counseling are rigorous. The selection process for admission to the program considers this factor. Students admitted to the program have convinced the selection committee of potential for successful program completion.

Our 11 Full-time faculty members offer a wealth of experience in teaching, mentoring, research, and serve as leaders in both state and national counseling organizations.  The program faculty’s expertise allows students to develop in-depth knowledge of numerous counseling specialty areas.

The Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program is offered in the evenings on the Atlanta, GA campus of Mercer University.  With over 5 million people in the metro Atlanta area and the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta is not only ‘the crossroads of the south’ but is an international city, offering our students a great diversity of personal, clinical, and professional opportunities.

For More Information and Application Materials visit our website at:
   

or contact
Ms. Mitzi Jenkins- call (678) 547-6411 or email  Jenkins_MJ@Mercer.edu

Saturday, November 16, 2013

(TENURE-TRACK, ASSISTANT-LEVEL) Marital, Couple & Family Counseling

(TENURE-TRACK, ASSISTANT-LEVEL) Marital, Couple & Family Counseling:

Teach courses in the specialization curriculum as well as the counseling core such as family dynamics, couples counseling, sexual dysfunction and family violence, career counseling, appraisal techniques in counseling, practicum, and internship in CACREP-accredited, Master’s- level degree program. Responsible for co-coordination of the marital, couple and family counseling area of study. Provide clinical supervision, serve as academic adviser, and supervise comprehensive examination closure protocols.

Requirements include a doctoral degree in Counselor Education from a CACREP-approved program by date of appointment. Professional identity as a Counselor Educator, affiliation with relevant professional counseling associations (ACA, ACES) and experience with CACREP accreditation strongly preferred. Licensure as an LPC or LCPC and an LMFT are required within one year of date of appointment. Experience in marital, couple and family counseling from a family systems theory perspective is required. University-level teaching experience and work with diverse populations are preferred. The University emphasizes teaching and expects ongoing scholarly and university service activities. Benefits are competitive. Position begins August 16, 2014.

Applicants should send letter of interest, curriculum vita, transcripts, evidence of teaching skill, teaching philosophy and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Bill Abler, Search Committee Chair, Department of Human Development Counseling, BRK 332, One University Plaza, University of Illinois Springfield, Springfield, IL 62703-5407. The Search Committee will begin formal review of applications on December 4, 2013. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. UIS is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer with a strong institutional commitment to recruitment and retention of a diverse and inclusive campus community. Persons with disabilities, women, and minorities are encouraged to apply.

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY - PH.D. PROGRAM IN COUNSELING

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY  -  PH.D. PROGRAM IN COUNSELING

The Department of Counseling Education program at Florida Atlantic University is inviting applicants for our CACREP-accredited Ph.D. program for the Fall 2014 semester.
Our mission is to educate students for professional counseling practice and leadership in local, national, and international domains. Mindful that education extends beyond coursework, faculty and students collaborate with schools, communities, agencies and other professionals, to conduct research, and provide services in accord with the highest ethical and professional standards and values in response to the personal, educational, and vocational needs of individuals and families living in diverse and multicultural environments. Faculty aspire to produce new knowledge and relevant research, create dynamic atmospheres for learning, and inspire students to actualize their potential, all with the goal of achieving just solutions to human concerns.

Students can focus on research areas of interest such as mental health counseling, rehabilitation counseling, and school counseling. All current full-time students receive financial assistance in the form of fellowships or graduate assistantships.  Faculty members are fully committed to our doctoral students and their professional development. The faculty are active in teaching, research – including federally funded grants, and professional service.  Many of the faculty have held positions of leadership in national organizations and professional associations and serve as editors or editorial board members on nation scholarly journals.

To learn more about the Florida Atlantic University Ph.D. in Counseling please visit: http://www.coe.fau.edu/academicdepartments/ce/default.aspx

Admission applications must be received by the January 15, 2014 deadline date to be considered for fall admission. Come join us and thrive in sunny south Florida!

State University of New York College at Plattsburgh

Assistant Professor, School Counseling Program Coordinator
State University of New York College at Plattsburgh

The Counselor Education Department at the State University of New York at
Plattsburgh invites applications for an Assistant Professor in Counselor
Education beginning August 2014.

Examples of Duties & Responsibilities: Coordinate, provide leadership for,
and teach specialization courses within the CACREP accredited School
Counseling Program. Responsible for curriculum design and practicum and
internship placements. Teach courses such as Professional School
Counseling, Leadership and Advocacy in School Counseling, Counseling
Children and Adolescents, Internship in School Counseling, Introduction to
Family Counseling, Career Development in the Schools, and Psychopathology
of Children and Adolescents. Teach additional core courses for all
programs (including Student Affairs Counseling and Clinical Mental Health
Counseling), such as clinical courses, Cultural Contexts of Counseling,
and other courses as fits program needs and individual competencies. Other
responsibilities consistent with the role of university faculty include
scholarly productivity, student advisement, committee work, and community
service.

Required Qualifications:  An earned doctorate in Counselor Education and
Supervision by date of appointment (or, if doctorate is in a related
field, a minimum of one full academic year as a faculty member in a
counselor education program completed before July 1, 2013). ABD’s will be
considered for appointment at lesser (qualified) rank and salary,
conditioned upon proof that the applicant’s defense of his/her
dissertation is scheduled prior to the anticipated date of hire. An ABD
hire will be limited to a one-year appointment, subject to renewal for one
year only (2 years maximum). Familiarity with the ASCA National Standards
and Model, certification or licensure as a School Counselor, and full-time
employment as a school counselor. School counselor identity required.

Preferred Qualifications: Earned doctorate in Counselor Education and
Supervision, graduation from a CACREP accredited program, and NCC
credential preferred. Three years full-time experience as a school
counselor within the past 15 years. Teaching experience in a CACREP
accredited program, and background with career development, assessment,
research, and/or program evaluation in schools preferred. Professional
commitment to school counseling and counselor education (e.g., membership
in ACA, ASCA, and related organizations), and ability to collaborate with
and provide support for schools and school counselors in rural communities
strongly desired. Teaching experience in areas that reflect knowledge of
the eight CACREP core competency areas and experience in clinical
supervision. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and evidence of potential
to establish and implement a scholarly research agenda are required.
Salary: minimum salary $50,000 plus excellent benefits
SUNY Plattsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence
through diversity.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the
position is filled. Materials received by December 16, 2013 will be
guaranteed full consideration. Please apply at
http://jobs.plattsburgh.edu/postings/4999 and include cover letter,
curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and contact
information for three references. Official transcripts from an accredited
institution will be required prior to employment. ABDs under consideration
should include contact information for dissertation chair and the expected
date of doctoral defense.

Dr. Freda Ginsberg, MBA
Assistant Professor
Ward Hall Clinic Director
Counselor Education
SUNY Plattsburgh
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
(518) 564-4170

Texas A&M University-Commerce

Department of Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education
Texas A&M University-Commerce
Open Rank Position Announcement
Counseling Program

The Counseling Program in the Department of Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education at Texas A&M University-Commerce is currently seeking applicants for an open-rank tenure-track faculty position in Counseling with responsibilities beginning August 18, 2014.

One of the oldest and largest counseling programs in the country, the Counseling Program at Texas A&M University-Commerce includes a CACREP-accredited doctoral program, two CACREP-accredited master’s programs (school counseling and community counseling), and a master’s program in student affairs.

Responsibilities: Teach graduate counseling courses; supervise practicum/internship students; advise students and supervise doctoral dissertations; develop a scholarly agenda; publish regularly in professional journals; compete for grants; and provide service to the department, university and the profession.
Texas A&M University-Commerce is committed to promotion of diversity and thus the candidate should facilitate a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and ability to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds. The candidate should have an understanding and knowledge of multicultural and diversity issues, and their potential applications to pedagogy, programming, and service activity. Other duties as required.

Qualifications: The successful candidate for this position will have the following:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS- A PhD in counseling or counselor education by employment date of Fall 2014; licensed or eligible for licensure; experience providing clinical supervision. Requires the ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others. This position is open rank, as described in the categories below.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS- Earned doctorate in counselor education from a CACREP-accredited program by employment date of Fall 2014.
Assistant Professor: Experience and/or training in teaching graduate courses in counseling; experience providing clinical supervision; and the potential for scholarly productivity, research, and publication at the national or international level.

Associate Professor: Demonstrated competence in teaching graduate courses in counseling; an area of specialization germane to the mission and needs of the Counseling Program; experience providing clinical supervision; and a record of scholarly productivity, research, and publication at the national or international level. A record of scholarship, teaching, and service commensurate with appointment as Associate Professor.

Professor: Demonstrated competence and continued accomplishment in teaching; an area of specialization germane to the mission and needs of the Counseling Program; demonstrated ability to provide clinical supervision; continued accomplishment and some measure of national recognition in scholarly activity; record of valuable professional service at the regional or national level. A record of scholarship, teaching, and service commensurate with appointment as Professor.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Applications received by November 22, 2013 will receive priority; however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

All documents must be electronically submitted through the Texas A&M Online Employment Services website to be considered: http://jobpath.tamu.edu/postings/62877

Incomplete or improperly submitted applications may be excluded from consideration. Documents that must be submitted online: 1) Completed online application, 2) cover letter, 3) resume/CV, 4) statement concerning research interests, 5) names and complete contact information for three professional references, 6) all transcripts (Unofficial will be accepted and are required with application. Official transcripts must be received directly from each degree-granting institution prior to a letter of appointment being issued.)

Texas A&M University-Commerce offers more than 100 degrees at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels to over 12,000 students. Located one hour from downtown Dallas, Commerce is a rural community with a rich combination of local music, festivals and other unique entertainment. Texas A&M University Commerce is actively working towards Hispanic Serving Institution status in order to better serve this fastest-growing demographic group of the state and region. We are actively searching for faculty that will provide excellence in teaching and service with an emphasis on funded research, innovation, and outreach. Texas A&M University-Commerce offers an excellent comprehensive benefits package including health, vision, dental, long-term disability, life insurance, long-term care, accidental death and dismemberment, flexible spending accounts, offered campus child-care, defined-benefit retirement through the state system, along with optional tax-sheltering opportunities. For a detailed description of benefits, go to: http://www.tamus.edu/offices/benefits
 Texas A&M University-Commerce is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.


If you have any questions please contact: Dr. Carmen Salazar, Chair, Search Committee, Department of Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education, at Carmen.Salazar@tamuc.edu or (903) 886-5634.

Assistant/Associate Professor - Counseling, Department of Counseling Psychology and Guidance Services

Assistant/Associate Professor - Counseling, Department of Counseling Psychology and Guidance Services

Tenure-track faculty position available August 15, 2014.

Primary responsibilities:  instruct and supervise in the CACREP-accredited school counseling program as well as related master’s and doctoral programs; contribute to the department’s scientist-professional training model; be a productive scholar and effective teacher; be dedicated to professional/public service.

Minimum qualifications:  doctorate in counselor education (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) or be in counseling psychology with employment as a full-time faculty member in a CACREP-accredited counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013, and certified as a school counselor by December 1, 2014.  ABD candidates will be considered only if all degree requirements will be completed by August 14, 2014; demonstrable professional competence in school counseling.  

Preferred qualifications:  doctorate in counselor education (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) from a CACREP-accredited program; ability to contribute to other graduate programs within the department; ability to mentor students on diversity issues and facilitate immersive learning experiences.

The American Psychological Association of Graduate Students recognized the department as the 2005 outstanding graduate psychology program.  The school counseling program is recognized by the Education Trust as a Transforming School Counseling Program.

Send letter of application, including evidence of a clearly defined specialty area or area of expertise; vita; official graduate transcript(s); three letters of recommendation; and sample publications to:


Donald R. Nicholas, Ph.D.  HSPP-Chair
 Professor of Counseling Psychology
 Department of Counseling Psychology
 Ball State University
 Muncie, IN  47306
 (Tel:  765-285-8058; Email:  dnichola@bsu.edu)


Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. www.bsu.edu/counselingpsych

all State University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community.

Idaho State University

Idaho State University is seeking a person who is interested in working with a dynamic, nationally recognized faculty, in a highly collaborative environment. We are seeking an individual who is qualified for the rank of associate professor, has an established record of scholarship, and is involved in leadership positions in Counseling.

The Department of Counseling has 8 faculty members and offers a PhD in Counselor Education and Masters Programs in School, Clinical Mental Health, Marital, Couple, and Family, and Student Affairs. All programs are CACREP accredited.

If you are interested in applying for this position please see the following ISU Human Resources application process. If you wish to learn more about our programs and area please call              (208) 282-3156, and ask for the Chair of the Full/AOP Search Committee.

Associate/Full Professor:
https://isujobs.net/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=140198

Friday, November 15, 2013

Coordinator, Honors Program

Coordinator, Honors Program


The Honors Program is currently in search of a Coordinator to assist with oversight and development of the program. The successful candidate will be at the rank of Associate or Full Professor, or with the equivalent academic credentials, have a doctorate in a STEM-related discipline/field, and have experience with honors education at FGCU (experience at other universities may suffice). Preference will be given to individuals with a successful history of grant procurement, mentoring students to graduate work and/or national scholarships/fellowships, directing undergraduate research, participating in academic centers or institutes (e.g., Whitaker Center, Center for Environmental and Sustainability Education, etc.), and working with outside agencies and partners.

The Coordinator will assist in guiding STEM initiatives in Honors; work with faculty and students to manage course offerings, theses, and honors contracts; assist with Summer orientations, “Fridays with Honors,” and recruiting visits; and maintain availability to honors students seeking advanced advising. The Coordinator will work in conjunction with the Honors Director and Honors Executive Board on curriculum creation, assessment, and implementation; developing policies and procedures; and planning new initiatives. The expectation is that the successful candidate thrives in a team environment and is willing to participate in weekly staff meetings and a wide range of Honors activities, some of which are on nights and weekends.

The Coordinator will maintain his/her current status within his/her home department and college, remain as in-unit faculty, and continue to be evaluated by his/her department chairperson or supervisor. The Coordinator will take on Honors-related activities in the Fall and Spring as a portion of his/her service obligations; the Honors Director will provide feedback to the Chair regarding the Coordinator’s service. The Coordinator will also be expected to work during the summer and will be provided a stipend to compensate for summer work; the number of hours worked and the stipend will be equivalent to that of teaching a summer course.

All applicants will need the approval of their respective Chair and Dean prior to applying. To apply, please send the following materials to Dr. Nicola Foote (nfoote@fgcu.edu), Interim Chairperson, Honors Executive Board, by December 6, 2013:

·         A current C.V.
·         A letter of interest outlining qualifications and depth/breadth of experience with honors education
·         A signed statement from your Chair and Dean certifying their approval of your application



Questions regarding the position should be directed to Sean Kelly (x7440 or skelly@fgcu.edu) or Nicola Foote (x7368 or nfoote@fgcu.edu). 

Thursday, November 14, 2013

School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology

Counseling and Counseling Psychology
School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology

Rank: Assistant Professor, beginning August 2014. We have two full-time, tenure-track positions.

The Counseling and Counseling Psychology program is a dynamic, social justice-oriented program with strong support from the College of Education. We are seeking two full-time tenure-track faculty members and will give preference to those with emphases in personality assessment, diversity/multicultural counseling, consultation and/or counseling research methods. Due to the multifaceted nature of counseling and counseling psychology, applicants bringing other related strengths and interests are encouraged to apply. Our program offers unique teaching, research, and outreach opportunities for multidisciplinary collaboration with Health Promotion, Gender Studies, Educational Psychology, School Psychology, K-12 and STEM education faculty, and the McNair Scholars program on campus. Our faculty members are actively involved in social justice work such as difficult dialogues on campuses, gender identity and sexual/affectional orientation research, research with Native Americans, and prevention/response to school and community crises and disasters. Furthermore, we recently became the first program in Oklahoma to sponsor chapter membership in the Association of Black Psychologists. In the community, there are opportunities to work with underserved populations such as American Indians, gender identity minorities and/or sexual/affectional orientation minorities, and both rural-based and urban populations in and around Stillwater, and  nearby Tulsa and Oklahoma City. The Counseling and Counseling Psychology program has strong local connections to school systems and community based agencies. Opportunities also exist to work with our diverse student body through training in our in-house clinic and direct clinical supervision.

The Counseling and Counseling Psychology area includes options in mental health counseling and school counseling at the master’s level and counseling psychology at the doctoral level. Our master’s program offers courses both in Stillwater where these positions will be based, and in Tulsa, and is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). Our counseling psychology doctoral program, based in Stillwater, is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).

Qualifications: Earned doctorate in a Counseling Psychology (APA Accredited) or Counselor Education (CACREP Accredited) and license-eligible as a Psychologist or LPC in Oklahoma.Applicants in the final stages of dissertation work may be considered. Previous experience teaching in a master’s in counseling program prior to the summer of 2013 is desirable. We have a strong interest in applicants who lead by example through active involvement in organizations serving diverse populations, who are passionate about mentoring and supervising diverse students and who have research interests in emerging areas that advance program, departmental or college initiatives. A plus would be specialized training and research interests in any of the following: neuropsychological assessment, structural equation modeling, hierarchical linear modeling, qualitative research, social psychology, technology-assisted counseling, and/or experiential therapies.

Responsibilities: Maintain an active research program, provide service and outreach in the School, College, and University, and provide clinical supervision for students as appropriate. Teach graduate courses in Counseling and Counseling Psychology primarily on the OSU-Stillwater campus. Supervise graduate students.  Participate and serve as a mentor in the American Psychological Association and/or the American Counseling Association.  Other duties may be assigned by the School Head.

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application process: Screening of applicants begins on December 1, 2013  and will continue until these positions are filled. Please submit a letter of interest, vita, and names of contact information for three references to: Dr. Winterowd, Chair, Counseling and Counseling Psychology Search Committee, c/o Ms. Marta Kochenower, School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology, 434 Willard Hall, Stillwater, OK, 74078-3063, or electronically at   marta.kochenower@okstate.edu

Oklahoma State University is a comprehensive land-grant institution of higher education, founded in 1890, with an enrollment of more than 23,500 students on the Stillwater campus. As one of three Schools in the College of Education, the School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology houses the program areas of Counseling/Counseling Psychology, Health and Human Performance, Educational Psychology, School Psychology, and Leisure Studies. For more information about OSU please visit our website: http://www.okstate.edu


As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, Oklahoma State University recognizes the power of a diverse community and encourages applications from individuals with varied experiences, perspectives and backgrounds. Oklahoma State University employs only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. Citizens. OSU participates in E-Verify to verify employment eligibility of all employees pursuant to the Oklahoma Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act.

Keene State College is seeking a tenure track faculty membe

School Counseling – Education Department
Tenure-Track Faculty Position
To begin fall 2014

Keene State College is seeking a tenure track faculty member with a focus on school counselor education to collaborate with a dynamic team of teacher-scholars in the preparation of socially responsible school counselors and teachers. 

The Education Department provides accredited, highly regarded school counselor certification and Master’s degree program for graduate students based on CACREP (Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs) standards.  The position focuses on preparing school counselors to implement the ASCA (American School Counselor Association) National Model.  Responsibilities include teaching in the undergraduate teacher education program, the graduate school counselor program as well as shared program coordination responsibilities.  Collaboration with colleagues both in the department and across the College, as well as with schools in the region, is an integral part of this position.  We are committed to diversity and multiculturalism, and strongly encourage individuals to apply who have a desire to help the College’s ongoing efforts to provide opportunities to help students become responsible global citizens. 

The Teacher Education Unit at Keene State College is accredited by NCATE/CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation) and strives to prepare education professionals who:
  • Explore the dynamic nature of the teaching and learning process;
  • Demonstrate professional and ethical behaviors that meet high standards;
  • Understand the world from multiple perspectives; and
  • Contribute to a just and equitable world.

Required Qualifications: Earned doctorate in Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology, School Psychology, or related field, or expectation of doctoral degree completion by August 1, 2014; minimum of three years full-time experience in public school settings; experience in school counseling and program delivery; college teaching experience.

Preferred Qualifications Include: Experience and/or knowledge of: leadership and advocacy in public schools;  working with special populations; career advising, transition planning or college admission counseling; developmental counseling; teaching/program delivery in public school classrooms; supervision of school counselor interns; program coordination; collaborative partnerships between higher education and public schools.  Salary will be based on Collective Bargaining Unit Agreement, and is $61,720 minimum for the rank of Assistant Professor for fall 2013. 

 


Applicants should be prepared to upload the following documents when applying online:
·         Letter of application
·         Curriculum Vitae
·         Three (3) letters of recommendation addressing the above qualifications.

Note: The three (3) letters of recommendation may be sent under separate cover directly to Keene State College, Office of Human Resource Management-FAC3, 229 Main Street, Keene NH  03435-1604 or via e-mail to cgreene@keene.edu

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled or otherwise closed at the college’s discretion. 

Keene State College is located in the scenic Monadnock region of Southwest New Hampshire, and is an affiliate of the University System of New Hampshire.  To learn more about Keene State College, the University System of New Hampshire, and the Keene community, visit: http://www.keene.edu,
 http://www.usnh.edu/
 
 or http://www.ci.keene.nh.us



Keene State College is a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges, a national alliance of leading liberal arts colleges in the public sector. The college is accredited by NEASC.  As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, Keene State College is engaged in an effort to build a community that reflects the diversity of society. 

Monday, November 11, 2013

FMHCA 2014 ANNUAL CONFERENCE POSTER SESSION

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FMHCA 2014 ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
POSTER SESSION




PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
SUBMISSION MUST BE MADE BY NOVEMBER 30, 2013. ACCEPTANCE NOTICES WILL BE MAILED BEFORE DECEMBER 6, 2013.



Time/Date: February 7-8, 2014
Where: FMHCA Conference Site Orlando Marriot Lake Mary, Orlando, Florida
Room: TBD

Purpose: A poster session is a great opportunity for students share their research proposals as well as network with other professionals and students at the conference. The poster session will be the kickoff for the upcoming 2014 FMHCA Conference! This will be used as a meet & greet for all conference attendees. Light hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Guidelines for Presenting at Poster Sessions
  1. What should be the size and material of the poster?
    The poster board should be the standard stiff board, with three sides, and able to stand alone (i.e. - without an easel).   
     
  2. What should I bring besides the poster?
    We recommend you bring about 30 copies of your handout materials. Do not bring slides or transparencies, because no equipment beyond poster boards and pins are provided in the poster area.   
     
  3. How do poster sessions work?
    You can put your poster up early in the day, allowing others to view your work all day. Your poster space will be first come first serve in accordance with the specified areas where posters are to be set out. During the time allotted to poster session, you should stand by your poster in order to answer questions and engage in discussions with attendees who will circulate around the poster session. Make sure you take down your poster by the end of the day.   
       
  4. What are the ingredients of a good poster? Good posters:
    • Attract attention, provide a brief focused overview, and initiate discussion Limit the use of text (you do not need full sentences; consider the use of bullet
    • points and key phrases) Use good graphics (simple, clear, drawings, photos, or charts, or tables--imagine
    • making a picture of your work) Are self explanatory, with graphics labeled as needed and text providing your
    • major "take home" message Have content visible from six feet away
To submit your poster presentation proposal, complete the following information and return to kelleyjax@knights.ucf.edu.

Name/Credentials (Degree, Licensure, Certifications, etc.):

Title of Presentation:

Brief Description of Presentation:

Objectives (Minimum of 3):





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