lynch school of education
The Department of Teacher Education, Special Education, & Curriculum and Instruction at the Boston College Lynch School of Education seeks to fill an assistant professor tenure-track position in Special Education. Candidates must posses a Ph.D. or Ed.D. in special education or a related field. An active research agenda in elementary level mild/moderate intellectual disability and autism is required. Demonstrated potential for professional publication, grant writing, and leadership is also expected. Appropriate candidates will have expertise in teaching and/or research in school-based services and assessment, and a minimum of three years of K-12 professional experience in special education. Additional desirable areas of interest and expertise include response to intervention (RTI), positive behavioral supports (PBS/PBIS), universal design for learning (UDL), bilingual and urban education, and a knowledge of early childhood education in addition to elementary.
Please submit your letter of interest and current vitae electronically to Ms. Brenda McCormick by November 1, 2012, also have three letters of reference sent directly to Ms. McCormick. All inquiries may be directed to Dr. David Scanlon, Chair, Search Committee, TESECI Dept., Boston College Lynch School of Education, , 140 Commonwealth Ave., Campion Hall, room 216, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467.
Applications from persons who would enhance the ethnic, linguistic, and cultural diversity of the Lynch School are strongly encouraged. Boston College is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.