Tenured/Tenure-Track Associate Professor — School of Education and Urban Studies — Urban Educational Leadership

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Job description

The Department of Advanced Studies, Leadership and Policy in the School of Education and Urban Studies at Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland, is seeking an outstanding candidate to fill a faculty position in the field of Urban Educational Leadership. The position is tenured/tenure-track at the rank of Associate Professor and may begin as early as January 2023.

Qualifications:

Required:

The successful candidate must have a Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, Education Policy, or a related field. The candidate should possess a strong commitment to social justice, experience working with an ethnically and culturally diverse student population, research interests in marginalized populations, broadly construed, and the ability to contribute to the School of Education and Urban Studies’ strategic priorities. Candidates should have graduate-level teaching experience (including online teaching) and experience advising and chairing dissertations. Candidates should also have a track record of scholarly publications and successful grant writing.

Preferred:

Competency in quantitative research design, data analysis, and/or experience in the urban K-12 setting.

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