The University of Iowa College of Education is pleased to announce the

availability of a two-year diversity postdoctoral research scholar appointment to begin August 2006. The purpose of the postdoctoral program is to develop diverse population scholars for careers in college/university research and training. The selected scholar will serve as a full-time researcher in collaborat with a faculty mentor(s). Opportunities are available for teaching experience, as desired. Departments in the College of Education include

Counseling, Rehabilitation and Student Development; Teaching and Learning; Educational Policy and Leadership Studies (Educational Administration, Higher Education, Social Foundations); and Psychological and Quantitative Foundations (Educational Measurement and Statistics, School Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Educational Psychology). For more information about academic programs and faculty research interests, applicants are encouraged to visit the College's web site at www.education.uiowa.edu.

Eligibility: Candidates must be eligible to work in the U.S. and have completed the doctoral degree within the past two years or no later than summer 2006.

Salary: Salary for the academic year is competitive. Additional funds will be available for travel and research-related expenses. Additional funding for summer appointment may be possible. Fringe benefits suited to the individual's needs are also available.

University and Community: The College of Education is nationally recognized in a wide range of academic programs. Over 93 FTE faculty members serve the approximately 2400 graduate and undergraduate students. The University of Iowa enrolls approximately 28,000 students and is well known for fine arts and commitment to exceptional scholarship. The Iowa City community has been consistently nationally ranked among the best communities on indices of quality of life.

Applications ~ Applicants should submit the following materials:

  1. Personal statement of interest (500 words)
  2. Statement of research agenda and goals
  3. Official transcripts
  4. 3 letters of recommendation
  5. Curriculum vita

Address inquiries to: Dr. Scott McNabb, Chair, at scott-mcnabb@uiowa.edu or 319/335-5372.

Materials should be sent to:
Dr. Scott McNabb
Chair, Diversity Postdoctoral Research Scholar Search
College of Education
N459 Lindquist Center
The University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242

Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and screening will continue until the successful candidate is hired. ~ Click here to go to opportunity

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