Leadership Preparation Grant – Office of Special Education Programs
The Department of Special Education at The University of Texas at Austin is currently recruiting highly qualified doctoral students who are interested in intensive intervention for students with learning or behavior difficulties. Drs. Diane Bryant, Sharon Vaughn, and Nathan Clemens were recently awarded a Leadership Preparation grant from the Office of Special Education Programs to prepare 5 highly qualified doctoral students in intensive intervention for students with learning disabilities or emotional/behavioral disorders. This training opportunity is ideally suited for students who are planning a career in academia, research, or special education leadership. Coursework and training experiences will develop students’ leadership skills in intensive intervention, school-based research, college teaching and professional development, and systems change. Admitted students will receive a generous financial support package for four years, including up to $20,000 plus tuition, and will have numerous opportunities for research dissemination and publication. Assistantship may also be available.
Interested applicants may apply through the UT Austin College of Education and Graduate School application process https://education.utexas.edu/departments/special-education/how-apply. We encourage applicants to indicate their interest in being considered for this funding opportunity within their application. Applicants may contact one of the project directors for more information:
- Diane Pedrotty Bryant (Director): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sharon Vaughn (Co-Director): email@example.com
- Nathan Clemens (Co-Director): firstname.lastname@example.org
Lehigh University’s College of Education seeks an emerging or established scholar with expertise in high incidence disabilities and academic interventions to fill a tenure track position in Special Education at the Assistant or Associate level. The successful candidate will work in a collaborative and supportive environment to maintain an active research agenda, including the pursuit of external funding. The candidate will teach graduate-level courses, including teacher preparation and doctoral courses, and supervise and mentor master’s and doctoral students. Dependent upon credentials, the successful candidate may be granted tenure upon appointment. For such consideration, candidates will be required to provide additional information and evidence of excellence in teaching, research and scholarship, and service. For more information click here.
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The Department of Teaching and Learning in the College of Education, Temple University, is seeking a dynamic and innovative scholar in special education with an established record of grant-funded research to begin in August 2018. In addition to maintaining an active program of publication and research, the responsibilities of the position include teaching graduate and/or undergraduate courses, advising master’s and doctoral students, and participating in Department, College, and professional service activities. The successful candidate will receive a highly competitive salary and generous research start-up fund commensurate with his or her standing in the field.
Applicants interested in the position should send electronic copies of a letter of application, up to three selected publications, a current curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three references to email@example.com using the subject line “Special Education.” Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Joseph Boyle, Chair of the Search Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To post your available position here, please contact Linda Nease at email@example.com.