The CETL Board of Directors is now taking applications for four open CETL Faculty Associates positions.
Starting in Fall 2019, four CETL Associate roles will incorporate support for professional development of all faculty within assigned Career and Academic Communities. This unique role will facilitate specialized professional development opportunities to reinforce excellence in teaching and learning along all academic pathways.
CETL will continue to maintain the fifth CETL Faculty Associate, Mental Health Awareness Lead as part of ongoing grant commitments that support faculty, staff, and students. Thank you to Dr. Carleah East for her leadership in that role.
Applicants for the updated CETL Associate position will be able to provide a preference for assigned CACs but the ultimate decision will lie with the CETL Director and CETL BOD.
The CETL Faculty Associates and the Organization of Career and Academic Communities is as follows:
- Engineering, Manufacturing, & Building Arts; Technology; Science and Mathematics
- Public Safety, Public Policy, & Legal Studies; Health Sciences and Veterinary Nursing
- Communications; Arts, Humanities, & Design
- Education; Social and Behavioral Sciences Human Services; Business
If you are interested in applying, please complete the CETL Faculty Associate Application by Monday, April 22nd at 11pm.
The CETL Board will determine faculty associates by Friday, April 26th. To review the details about selection, compensation, and responsibilities, please visit the CETL Faculty Associates page.
Thank you for your consideration to serve. Please feel free to contact Heather Roberson (current CETL Director), Rachel Bennett (incoming CETL Director 5/13/19), or any of the CETL BOD members for additional information.