Dean's Office accepting applications for associate dean for research and operations
The search committee is chaired by Kathleen Ingram, Ph.D., and includes Catherine Ingrassia, Ph.D., John Ryan, Ph.D., and Trae Harris. For more information about the position, contact members of the search committee, the associate deans or the dean.
The dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences invites applications to serve as associate dean for research and operations. This position provides an opportunity to lead the College in developing and executing plans for the future of the College, with particular attention to research and graduate studies. The position reports to the dean.
The associate dean for research and operations will have significant responsibility for initiatives related to research and scholarship for the College: develop programming to support research and graduate students; supervise staff directors responsible for Sponsored Programs, IT and staff responsible for graduate studies and space in the College office; plan for use of the College's resources to advance research and graduate education; promote research collaboration in the College and in the university and lead special projects in the College. The position requires working closely with other associate deans, the dean and with the Graduate School and the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation.
Candidates must have a tenured faculty appointment in the College of Humanities and Sciences. Successful candidates will have experience organizing and leading groups, planning and executing projects, working toward greater inclusion and strong interpersonal skills. Successful candidates will have general familiarity—with an interest in learning more—with sponsored research, graduate education and the breadth of disciplines in the College of Humanities and Sciences. Successful candidates will demonstrate the potential to work collaboratively and collegially in a variety of contexts.
To be considered for this role, please upload a letter of application, a CV, a diversity statement and a list of three references in eJobs. The letter should describe how your training and experience has prepared you for this position. The diversity statement should describe your contributions to promoting diversity, inclusion and equity in your career.