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Current Fiscal Year 2016 Faculty Ranges

RankMinimumMidpointMaximum
Professor$94,217$124,639$164,886
Associate Professor$68,257$90,296$119,453
Assistant Professor$57,522$76,096$100,667
Instructor$45,993$60,845$80,491
Senior Lecturer$62,045$82,706$110,248
Lecturer II$44,949$59,918$79,870
Lecturer I$38,467$51,276$68,351
Full-Time Tenure Track 9 Month Position, Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Lecturer I in Mathematics, Science, Technology and Mathematics
Pre-Tenure Track or Tenure-Track Faculty, Department of Social Work
Tenure Track Assistant Professor Applied Statistics, Science, Technology and Mathematics
Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Mathematics, Science, Technology and Mathematics
Tenure Track Faculty, Department of Interpretation
Tenure Track Faculty, Department of Interpretation
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, History, History, Philosophy, Religion, and Sociology
Tenure-Track Faculty, Information Technology, Science, Technology and Mathematics
TT- Assistant/Associate Professor with emphasis on Neural basis of learning in Child Development, Interdisciplinary PhD in Educational Neuroscience Program (PEN)

Assistant to Full Professor-Tenure Track Faculty Position in Chemistry

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-151109104032
Date Posted: 11/9/2015
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics is seeking to fill this open faculty position with someone who is committed to teaching undergraduate chemistry courses. This tenure-track appointee would also be expected to initiate and maintain a research program and provide mentored undergraduate research experiences.

Our department offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics and a B.S. degree in Information Technology. The Chemistry program provides service courses for other programs within the STM Department. We also provide courses for Gallaudet's innovative, interdisciplinary General Studies (GSR) curriculum. Our department supports bilingual education in written English and ASL, and we encourage faculty to experiment with visual, interactive instructional styles and to implement active learning strategies in the classroom and lab.

Responsibilities:
Assume responsibility for a full teaching load (normally, 3 to 4 three credit courses per semester), which may involve any of the following:
A. courses for chemistry and STM majors.
B. courses about chemistry and allied fields for non-STM-majors.
C. courses for the interdisciplinary general studies (GSR) program.

Initiate and maintain a research program in chemistry or a related field.
Supervise undergraduate research experiences.
Submit proposals for external funding.
Participate in department and university faculty activities, program assessment tasks, and professional service.
Other duties as assigned by the department or the university.

Requirements:
Applicants must have a doctorate in a sub-field of chemistry. Although we will consider strong applicants from any chemistry sub-field, the department currently needs expertise in analytical and/or physical chemistry.
Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) is highly desirable. Applicants who are not fluent in ASL must be willing to learn and (1) attend training during the summer before starting work and (2) attend free courses during subsequent semesters to achieve greater proficiency (may include a reduce teaching load).
Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Appointment Date: August 16, 2016.

Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately. If you have questions or are unsure whether you might be a good fit, please contact us to discuss your interest.

Official graduate and undergraduate transcripts.

Curriculum vitae.

Three letters of recommendation relevant to this position.
One-page letter of application explaining why you are a good fit for this position and for Gallaudet.

One-page Statement of Teaching Philosophy.

One-page Statement of Research Interests. Your statement should outline a plan for how your research could be conducted at Gallaudet.

Electronic applications are accepted. Please send all materials, and direct all questions to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Full-Time Tenure Track 9 Month Position

Department: Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Job Number: UF-151109094423
Date Posted: 11/9/2015
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies at Gallaudet University is seeking a tenure track faculty whose primary, but not exclusive, affiliation will be with the BA program in ASL. At Gallaudet, the ASL undergraduate program is designed for ASL-fluent students who wish to gain a deeper understanding of the literary, structural, rhetorical, political and applied dimensions of ASL studies.

The Department is seeking an individual who can contribute to research, scholarship, curriculum development and instructional excellence in the field of ASL Studies. Ideal applicants possess knowledge of ASL linguistics, literature, pedagogy, discourse, and critical sign language studies. Applicants must demonstrate awareness of and commitment to multicultural aspects of ASL and the Deaf community, as well as knowledge and experience in digital media production.
Responsibilities:
Teach courses, primarily within the BA program in American Sign Language, but also may teach courses within other programs within department as desired.
Engage in research and seek external funding to support projects designed to advance scholarship in ASL studies.
Advise majors for their course of study.
Arrange and supervise practicum and internship placements.
Assist with program assessment, student recruitment and retention efforts.
Serve on Department and University governance committees.
Requirements:
Ph.D. strongly preferred, though applicants who possess ABD status at the time of application may be considered. Doctorate degree must be in a related field, including but not limited to Applied Linguistics, Deaf Studies, Education, Language Acquisition, Literature, Literacy Studies. Fluency in ASL required as measured by a minimum score of four (4+) on the American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI). International applicants whose first language is not ASL may be considered if their ASLPI is a minimum of 4. Possession of American Sign Language Teachers Association certification recommended.

Application Information:
Send 1) cover letter, 2) vita, 3) official transcripts of graduate work, 4) ASL-video letter indicating the candidate's interest in the job, research interests and anticipated contribution to the Department, University and field of study, 5) ASLPI score, 6) Sample research/scholarly publications 7) three letters of references demonstrating quality of teaching and research. Screening of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Send all information either electronically or via mail:

h-dirksen.bauman@gallaudet.edu

Dr. Dirksen Bauman, Chair
Department of ASL and Deaf Studies
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC, 20002

Lecturer I in Mathematics

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-151109105052
Date Posted: 11/9/2015
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics invites applications for a non-tenure track or tenure-track position in the area of mathematics. Candidates must be committed to innovative teaching of undergraduate majors and non-majors service courses in mathematics for a liberal arts curriculum in a predominantly visual environment. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research and service. Fluency in American Sign Language is desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn and must be willing to attend training during the summer. Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment Date: August 16, 2016. The position is contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
e STM department offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and information technology. The successful candidate's primary responsibility will be teaching undergraduate courses in mathematics to students from STM and other departments. Responsibilities also include coordination of the GSR 104 course sections, which involves teaching sections of this course, recruiting instructors, scheduling and leading meetings of the GSR 104 cluster, review and approval of syllabi, and collection and reporting of student assessment data. The successful candidate in this position will report to both the STM chair and the General Studies Program director.

The successful candidate will also advise students in the mathematics major. Other responsibilities include engagement in scholarship and/or research in the field or in mathematics education; participation in department and university faculty activities; preparation of proposals and applications to external sources for funding and accreditation purposes.

Gallaudet University is a visually-centered, bilingual (American Sign Language and written English) environment in the heart of Washington, D.C. With classes of typically fewer than 20 students each, students and faculty both enjoy a dynamic interactions and opportunities for active and collaborative learning.

Requirements:
Candidates for a non-tenure track position must possess at least a masters' degree in mathematics, statistics, applied statistics, biostatistics, applied mathematics, or a closely-related field. Candidates for a tenure-track position must possess a doctorate in mathematics, statistics, applied statistics, biostatistics, applied mathematics, or a closely-related field
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application which clearly outlines your fit with the job description and requirements, evidence of teaching effectiveness and your personal and/or academic connection to working in diverse, visually-centered communities. Applicants should also include a curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building – Room E300-A
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Pre-Tenure or Tenure-Track Instructor, Assistant or Associate Professor

Department: Department of Education
Job Number: UF-151013133323
Date Posted: 10/13/2015
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Education established in 1891, is an ASL/English bilingual, diverse,
multicultural learning community devoted to preparing teachers, researchers, educational leaders, and international development advocates. Using a transformative framework the students are mentored to enhance critical thinking, obtain experiences with interdisciplinary connections, explore multiple social and professional identities, and assume social responsibility. Our mission is to promote the intellectual, linguistic, and social potential of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals and the creation of systems oriented toward social inclusion at home and abroad.

The Department of Education seeks faculty applicants with expertise in Mathematics Education, committed to excellence, imagination, and collaboration, which demonstrate exemplary teaching and potential for scholarship and program leadership. Successful applicants will demonstrate experience with ethnically and linguistically diverse populations, multidisciplinary and critical approaches to pedagogy and a strong connection with communities and schools. Applicants must be proficient users of American Sign Language.

Deaf Education and General Education Programs: Expertise in Mathematics Education or related fields

Responsibilities:
1. Teach courses in Mathematics Education (including related courses in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and Secondary Education) and other areas as needed and appropriate at the undergrad uate and graduate levels.

2) Supervise students in practica and p rovide academic advising and professional mentoring.

3) Work collaboratively with partner schools.

4) Engage in scholarship, including research, grant writing, and program development.

5) Participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service.

Requirements:
1) An earned doctorate in education, deaf education, special education, or related field, with specialization and licensure in Mathematics education (General Education). Exceptional candidates with doctoral degrees in progress are encouraged to apply.

2) At least three years of teaching experience in elementary and/or secondary Mathematics, or teaching experience with Deaf and Hard of Hearing children.

3) Knowledge and skills in pedagogy and content relevant to Mathematics education.

4) Experience with pre-service or in-service teachers in practicum supervision or mentoring roles.

5) Fluency in American Sign Language (ASLPI score of 3 or SCP! rating of Intermediate).

6) A record of or potential for outstanding scholarship, teaching, and service.

7) Evidence of excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills.

Salary/Compensation:
Rank and Salary: Pre-tenure or Tenure Track Instructor, Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.

Starting Date: January 2016 or until filled

Application Deadline: Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.


Application Information:
To Apply send:

A letter of application,
Curriculum vita,
Official transcripts of all graduate work,
evidence of content area knowledge,
experience and/or licensure in Mathematics teachi ng,
evidence of fluency in American Sign Language (ASLPI score of 3 or SCPI rating of Intermediate).
examples of academic publications or academic writing; and
three letters of reference relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and interpersonal skills to:


Dr. Maribel Garate, Chair, Department of Education E-mail: Maribel.garate@Gallaudet.Edu
Video Phone: 202-540-8536
Telephone: 202-651-5530
FAX: 202-651-5860
Gallaudet University 800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695

Pre-Tenure Track or Tenure-Track Faculty

Department: Department of Social Work
Job Number: UF-151109115337
Date Posted: 11/9/2015
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Social Work has graduate (MSW) and undergraduate (BA) programs, both accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Each program has approximately 50 students, and students represent diverse backgrounds, cultures, learning styles, and educational experiences. The overwhelming majority of the undergraduates are deaf or hard of hearing, and approximately half of the MSW students are deaf and hard of hearing. The position is contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
Full time, nine-month, regular status faculty position with responsibility for:

1. Teaching school social work courses (School Social Work Policy, School Social Work Practice, and other designated SSW related courses and electives) and courses in one or more of the major curriculum areas of the MSW program.

2. Contributing to the ongoing development of the school social work curriculum, and inclusion of content relevant to SSW practice within general social work courses.

3. Participating in the application of grant funding and in carrying out designated grant goals and activities.

4. Participating in faculty CAEP/NCATE and DC Department of Education Licensure processes.

5. Participating in school social work student assessment processes congruent with the CSWE EPAS and NASW School Social Work compliance and participating in ongoing program renewal efforts.

6. Supervision of and/or liaison responsibilities for SSW field students;

As an MSW faculty member, while the incumbent is responsible for teaching courses for SSW, responsibilities may include one or more courses in the major MSW curriculum, ongoing course development, responsibility for SSW course sequences for assessment purposes for the Office of Academic Quality and CSWE reaffirmation, and advising students. Pre-tenure track faculty are required to demonstrate excellence in teaching and scholarship/creative activity/research. Tenure-track faculty are required to demonstrate excellence in teaching, service, and scholarship. The appointment type will be based on program needs and candidate qualifications. Salary and academic rank is dependent on experience and qualifications.
Requirements:
1. To be considered for a Pre-Tenure Track appointment, candidates must have an MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited program and a minimum of the equivalent of five years post-MSW full-time direct school social work practice experience with deaf and hard of hearing children and children with disabilities (within the last 10 years). Pre-Tenure Track faculty will be expected to meet the requirements for advancement to Full-Time Regular Status Tenure Track faculty rank by the end of the third year of appointment. (Tenure and advancement to Assistant Professor rank will require the completion of a doctoral degree in Social Work).

2. To be considered for a Tenure-Track appointment, candidates must have an MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited program and a doctoral degree in Social Work and a minimum of the equivalent of five years post-MSW full-time direct school social work practice experience with deaf and hard of hearing children and children with disabilities (within the last 10 years).

3. Current, valid Master-level social work licensure or license-eligible.

4. Expertise in U.S. school social work policy.

5. Experience in specific school/child social work assessment and practice models and evidence based interventions.

Preferred Qualifications:
1. Expertise in working with a diverse population of students in schools.
2. Excellent American Sign Language (ASL) skills are expected. A new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with Gallaudet faculty guidelines.
Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary commensurate with degree, experiences and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.
Application Information:
Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until position is filled. Position begins August, 2016. Please submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, samples of professional writing, and three letters of reference (including names, address, and email address) to:

The Department of Social Work Search Committee
Attention: Dr. Martha Sheridan
Department of Social Work
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 651-5160 (Voice)
(202)250-2016
FAX: 202-651-5817
Martha.Sheridan@Gallaudet.edu

Tenure Track Assistant Professor Applied Statistics

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-140228140633
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics invites applications for a tenure-track position (assistant, associate or full professor commensurate with experience) in the area of applied statistics, starting August, 2015. Candidates must be committed to innovative teaching of undergraduate and graduate statistics service courses for a liberal arts curriculum in a predominantly visual environment. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research and service. Fluency in American Sign Language is desirable, but applicants who are not fluent must be willing to attend training during the summer and continue to learn to achieve competency. Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment Date: August 16, 2016. The position is contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
The STM department offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and information technology. The successful candidate's primary responsibility will be teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics to students from STM and other departments, including psychology, education, linguistics, and audiology.

The successful candidate will also advise students in the mathematics major, serve on dissertation committees for doctoral students in other departments, and work collaboratively with faculty members in various graduate and undergraduate programs. Other responsibilities include engagement in scholarship and/or research; participation in department and university faculty activities; collaboration in preparation of proposals and applications to external sources for funding and accreditation purposes.

Gallaudet University is a visually-centered, bilingual (American Sign Language and written English) environment in the heart of Washington, D.C. It is home to VL2, a Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning, one of six such learning centers funded by the National Science Foundation. With classes of typically fewer than 20 students each, students and faculty both enjoy a dynamic interactions and opportunities for active and collaborative learning.


Requirements:
Candidates must possess a doctorate in statistics, applied statistics, biostatistics, or a closely related quantitative field. Applicants with expertise in statistics in the social sciences are encouraged to apply.


Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately. If you have questions or are unsure whether you might be a good fit, please contact us to discuss your interest. Interested applicants should prepare and send the following:

1. Official graduate and undergraduate transcripts.

2. Curriculum vitae.

3. Three letters of recommendation relevant to this position. Please contact these individuals to ask that the letter of recommendation be sent directly to the Department Chair at the mailing address or email address below.

4. One-page letter of application explaining why you are a good fit for this position and for Gallaudet.

5. Brief statement of teaching philosophy.

6. Brief statement of independent or collaborative research interests. Your statement should outline a plan for how your work could be conducted in Gallaudet's unique environment.

Please send all materials, and direct all questions to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building – Room E300-A
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Kathleen.Arnos@Gallaudet.edu

Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Mathematics

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-141215161620
Date Posted: 12/15/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics invites applications for a tenure-track position (assistant, associate or full professor, commensurate with experience) in the area of mathematics. Candidates must be committed to innovative teaching of undergraduate majors and non-majors service courses in mathematics for a liberal arts curriculum in a predominantly visual environment. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research and service. Fluency in American Sign Language is desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn and must be willing to attend training during the summer. Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment Date: August 16, 2016. The position is contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
The STM department offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and information technology. The successful candidate's primary responsibility will be teaching undergraduate courses in mathematics to students from STM and other departments.

The successful candidate will also advise students in the mathematics major. Other responsibilities include engagement in scholarship and/or research in the field or in mathematics education; participation in department and university faculty activities; preparation of proposals and applications to external sources for funding and accreditation purposes.

Gallaudet University is a visually-centered, bilingual (American Sign Language and written English) environment in the heart of Washington, D.C. With classes of typically fewer than 20 students each, students and faculty both enjoy a dynamic interactions and opportunities for active and collaborative learning.

Requirements:
Candidates must possess a doctorate in mathematics, statistics, applied statistics, biostatistics, applied mathematics, or a closely-related field.
Salary/Compensation:
10 Months
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application which clearly outlines your fit with the job description and requirements, evidence of teaching effectiveness and your personal and/or academic connection to working in diverse, visually-centered communities. Applicants should also include a curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building – Room E300-A
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Tenure Track Faculty

Department: Department of Interpretation
Job Number: UF-151109124004
Date Posted: 11/9/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Gallaudet University serves deaf and hard of hearing students from many different backgrounds and seeks to develop a workforce that reflects the diversity of its student body. Gallaudet is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and actively encourages deaf, hard of hearing members of traditionally underrepresented groups, people with disabilities, women, and veterans to apply for open positions.
Responsibilities:
Teach undergraduate and / or graduate courses.

Supervise students; provide academic advising and professional mentoring.

Engage in scholarly activities and research and program development in interpretation.

Seek and obtain external funding for research in the field of interpretation.

Participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service.

Other duties as assigned by the chair.

Requirements:
Earned a doctorate degree or currently enrolled in a doctorate program in a language-related field required.

Demonstrated excellence in teaching American Sign Language / English interpreting.

Knowledge and skills in pedagogy and content relevant to interpreting education.

Excellent American Sign Language (ASL) skills, including the ability to lecture and conduct daily department business in ASL, at all time of application.

Evidence of scholarly activity and service in the field of sign language interpretation and or sign language linguistics.

Demonstrated success in obtaining external research funding.

Experience serving on dissertation committees preferred.

Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills.

R.I.D., AVLIC or ASLTA certifications or documented equivalent for international applicants.

Salary/Compensation:
Assistant Professor or higher. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately.

Send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference demonstrating quality of interpreting experience, teaching interpretation and or American Sign Language, and scholarly activity to:

The Department of Interpretation Search Committee
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695
Email: melanie.metzger@gallaudet.edu
202.651.5149

Tenure Track Faculty

Department: Department of Interpretation
Job Number: UF-151109124847
Date Posted: 11/9/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Gallaudet University serves deaf and hard of hearing students from many different backgrounds and seeks to develop a workforce that reflects the diversity of its student body. Gallaudet is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and actively encourages deaf, hard of hearing members of traditionally underrepresented groups, people with disabilities, women, and veterans to apply for open positions.
Responsibilities:
Teach undergraduate and / or graduate courses.

Supervise students; provide academic advising and professional mentoring.

Engage in scholarly activities and research and program development in interpretation.

Seek and obtain external funding for research in the field of interpretation.

Participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service.

Other duties as assigned by the chair.

Requirements:
Earned a doctorate degree or currently enrolled in a doctorate program in a language-related field required.

Demonstrated excellence in teaching American Sign Language / English interpreting.

Knowledge and skills in pedagogy and content relevant to interpreting education.

Excellent American Sign Language (ASL) skills, including the ability to lecture and conduct daily department business in ASL, at all time of application.

Evidence of scholarly activity and service in the field of sign language interpretation and or sign language linguistics.

Demonstrated success in obtaining external research funding.

Experience serving on dissertation committees preferred.

Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills.

R.I.D., AVLIC or ASLTA certifications or documented equivalent for international applicants.

Salary/Compensation:
Assistant Professor or higher. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately.

Send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference demonstrating quality of interpreting experience, teaching interpretation and or American Sign Language, and scholarly activity to:

The Department of Interpretation Search Committee
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695
Email: melanie.metzger@gallaudet.edu
202.651.5149

Tenure Track-Instructor/Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education and Recreation

Department: Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Job Number: UF-160104105928
Date Posted: 1/4/2016
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Physical Education and Recreation invites applications for a Tenure Track Faculty position in its undergraduate Physical Education and Recreation program (BS). The Physical Education and Recreation major prepares students to become leaders in promoting health-enhancing physical activities and life-span fitness and wellness. Students acquire professional content knowledge and develop skills necessary to plan, lead and manage physical, recreation, and sports activities within diverse environments. The major provides unique opportunities for students to develop the ability to promote active lifestyles that contribute to an improved quality of life within today's highly competitive, technology focused, and rapidly changing world. Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) is highly desirable; if not already proficient, a new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with the Gallaudet University Handbook.
Responsibilities:
Teach courses in the Physical Education and Recreation major which may include: Wellness; Leading Activities; Event Management and Planning; Physical Education & Wellness in the Schools; Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education and Recreation; Adapted Physical Education and Recreation; Senior Capstone.

Supervise student internship experience and provide academic advising and professional mentoring.

Engage in scholarly activities/research and seek funding to support projects and department initiatives.

Participate in department and University faculty activities and professional service.

Demonstrate proficiency in ASL in accordance with the Faculty Handbook.

Demonstrate integrity in accordance with the Faculty Handbook.

Requirements:
PhD in physical education, recreation, or related field is required or MS/MA degree with substantial coursework toward doctorate degree.

Prior experience teaching at the collegiate level to demonstrate the promise of fully contributing to a student learning-centered academic community preferred.

Involvement in professional organizations.

Evidence of scholarly activity/research agenda.

Knowledge of Deaf culture and proficiency in American Sign Language (ASL) is highly desirable; if not already proficient, a new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with the Gallaudet University Faculty Handbook.

Salary/Compensation:
Rank and Salary: Assistant or Associate Professor. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.

Preferred starting date: August 2016

Application Information:
To apply: Send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official transcripts of academic work, examples of academic publications, writings or scholarly presentation, and contact information for three reference relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and work experience to:

Kathryn Baldridge, Chair
Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E. Field House 144
Washington, D.C. 20002-3695
Telephone: 202-651-5591 (Voice/VP)
Video Phone: 202-250-2983
Email: PER.Department@gallaudet.edu

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, History

Department: History, Philosophy, Religion, and Sociology
Job Number: UF-151211164132
Date Posted: 12/11/2015
Status: Accepting applications
The History Program in the Department of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Sociology invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position to teach undergraduate courses in History. Specific fields of specialization matching current program needs will be considered, as specified below under "Requirements." The initial appointment will begin on August 16, 2016. Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) is desirable, but not required. However, applicants who do not know ASL must be willing to learn, and eventually must satisfy the language requirements specified in the university's Faculty Guidelines. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competence in teaching and scholarship, and be willing to accept service responsibilities. Rank and salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Gallaudet University serves deaf and hard of hearing students from many different backgrounds and seeks to develop a work force that reflects the diversity of its student body. Gallaudet is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and actively encourages deaf, hard of hearing, members of traditionally underrepresented groups, people with disabilities, women, and veterans to apply for open positions.

Responsibilities:
Candidates should expect to teach introductory level courses in history, as well as upper-level courses in their areas of expertise; teach courses in the General Studies Program (GSR); develop courses for the History and the International Studies Program; engage in scholarly activities and research; and to participate in service activities for the program, department, and university.
Requirements:
Candidates must hold a Ph.D or be able to document that they are ABD and close to completing their doctorate in History. Candidates should have a primary field in History with a concentration in East Asia, South Asia, or Middle East History with a responsibility to teach courses based on their specialization and World Civilization survey courses. Also desirable is the ability to teach World History, Women's History, Digital, and Deaf History. College undergraduate teaching experience is required.

Application Information:
Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Please send a letter of application clearly outlining your fit with the job description and requirements, and evidence of teaching effectiveness. In addition to this letter, please send your curriculum vitae, official graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to:

Dr. Roberto Sánchez, History Search Committee
Department of HPRS, Hall Memorial Building, S-135
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Ave, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Tenure-Track Faculty, Information Technology

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-140926100143
Date Posted: 9/26/2014
Status: Accepting applications
General Information:
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics seeks a full-time tenure-track faculty member to provide leadership as Director of the Information Technology (IT) program. The successful candidate should have a proven record of leadership in an academic IT program and must demonstrate clear vision for transformative change to develop a world-class IT program for deaf students at the University. Candidates with professional-level work experience and leadership in the IT field, in addition to demonstrated potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research, and service are highly desirable. Fluency in American Sign Language at time of appointment is highly desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn. Rank and salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. The appointment will be ten months for the academic year beginning August 16, 2015. Position is contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
Responsibilities:

Perform duties of IT program director including developing innovative curriculum, making teaching assignments, recruiting and hiring qualified faculty, accepting students for the major, apply for external funding for student support and curriculum development.

Teach IT courses, including special topics courses, in the following areas: applications development, networks administration, and information security
• Engage in research in the IT field, including grant-funded research
• Advise and mentor students in the IT major
• Participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service.

Requirements:
Qualifications:
Candidates must have an earned doctorate in information technology, computer science, or closely related field. Candidates must possess content knowledge in a range of areas that might include: programming languages, data structures, information security, and networks administration. Candidates should demonstrate competence in teaching, scholarship, and a commitment to service. Documented leadership roles in academic IT programs and/or the professional IT industry are highly desirable. Candidates must also demonstrate strong interpersonal and collaboration skills.
Application Information:
Application Information:
Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, examples of academic publications, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience, along with a statement of teaching philosophy to:

Dr. Kathleen Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Tenure-Track or Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Position In Biology

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-140926095230
Date Posted: 11/9/2015
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics is seeking to fill this open faculty position with someone who is committed to teaching undergraduate biology courses. This appointment may be either tenure-track or non-tenure-track. A tenure-track appointee would also be expected to initiate and maintain a research program and provide mentored undergraduate research experiences. A non-tenure-track appointee would not be expected to initiate a research program, but would have additional teaching load, and must contribute either to research or service.

Our department offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in Biology, Chemistry, Information Technology, and Mathematics. The department provides service courses for other programs, including Psychology, Interpreting, Social Work, and Physical Education and Recreation. We also provide courses for Gallaudet's innovative, interdisciplinary General Studies (GSR) curriculum. Our department supports bilingual education in written English and ASL, and we are interested in visual and active learning strategies.

Responsibilities:
Teach undergraduate courses for biology majors.
Teach undergraduate courses for non-majors.
Teach undergraduate courses for the interdisciplinary general studies (GSR) program.
Participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service.
Other duties as assigned by the department or the university.

Tenure-track faculty will also have these responsibilities:
Initiate and maintain a research program.
Supervise undergraduate research experiences.
Submit proposals for external funding.

Requirements:
Applicants for a tenure-track appointment must have a doctorate in a life science. Applicants for a non-tenure-track appointment must have earned at least a Master's degree in a life science. Although we will consider strong applicants from any life science, the department currently needs expertise in vertebrate zoology, anatomy and physiology, and public health and epidemiology.

Fluency in American Sign Language is highly desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn and attend training during the summer.

Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately. If you have questions or are unsure whether you might be a good fit, please contact us to discuss your interest. Interested applicants should prepare and send the following:

Official graduate and undergraduate transcripts.
Curriculum vitae.
A list of three individuals who can provide a reference. Please indicate on the list your explicit permission for the screening committee to contact these individuals.
Three letters of recommendation relevant to this position. Please contact these individuals to ask that the letter of recommendation be sent directly to the Department Chair at the mailing address or email address below.
One-page letter of application explaining why you are a good fit for this position and for Gallaudet.
One-page Statement of Teaching Philosophy.

Applicants for a tenure-track appointment must also submit:

One-page Statement of Research Interests. Your statement should outline a plan for how your research could be conducted in Gallaudet's unique environment.

Please send all materials, and direct all questions to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building – Room E300-A
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002
Email: kathleen.arnos@gallaudet.edu

TT- Assistant/Associate Professor with emphasis on Neural basis of learning in Child Development

Department: Interdisciplinary PhD in Educational Neuroscience Program (PEN)
Job Number: UF-141216102540
Date Posted: 12/16/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Tenure Track Assistant/Associate Professorship in the PhD Program in Educational Neuroscience with an emphasis on the neural basis of learning in child development

Job Overview
The exciting interdisciplinary PhD in Educational Neuroscience (PEN) program at Gallaudet University (Washington, D.C.) is seeking applicants with an expertise in Cognitive Neuroscience-Educational Neuroscience at the assistant or associate professor level for a tenure-track position beginning in fall, 2015. Candidates with a vibrant Cognitive Neuroscience-Educational Neuroscience (specifically, neuroimaging) research program, with a strong focus on children, and who advance understanding of the neural basis of learning in one or more of the following scientific areas (encompassed within the discipline of Educational Neuroscience), will be seriously considered: language/bilingualism, reading/literacy, math/numeracy, science/higher cognition, or social/emotional learning.

Gallaudet's PhD in Educational Neuroscience (PEN) program (launched fall 2013) pioneers new Cognitive Neuroscience and Educational Neuroscience science especially involving how children learn. The successful candidate will be housed in the PhD in Educational Neuroscience program and will enjoy an affiliation with one of PEN's five affiliated departments as per the candidate's scholarly research and expertise (e.g., Psychology, Linguistics, Hearing Speech and Language Sciences, Interpretation or Education). The new faculty member will have vibrant opportunities to work collaboratively with members from the home PEN program, the five affiliated departments, the consortium of universities in the Greater Washington DC Area, and, importantly, an extensive network of scholars available via the National Science Foundation's Science of Learning Center at Gallaudet University, Visual Language and Visual Learning, VL2, and VL2's three Resource Research Hubs, particularly, the Brain and Language Laboratory for Neuroimaging (BL2). As a core mission outgrowth of Gallaudet's NSF Science of Learning Center, VL2, the PEN program is thus linked with an active network of leading world scholars in Cognitive Neuroscience, neuroimaging, language and bilingualism, reading and literacy, and higher cognition, in both hearing children and the young deaf visual learner, and American Sign Language.

Gallaudet's PEN PhD program is also propelled by the goal of achieving great excellence in teaching, and to provide its students with the most cutting-edge knowledge, healthy and lively critical analysis and discussion, strong mentorship, and a great richness and diversity of career paths.

Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will maintain a highly effective research program in the Cognitive Neurosciences (inclusive of combined neuroimaging and behavioral experimentation), engage in teaching, graduate student mentorship, and scholarly dissemination activities that lead to publications and federal external grant funding. The new faculty position also affords exciting leadership enhancing opportunities in Gallaudet's PhD in Educational Neuroscience program through the building and sustaining of partnerships with other universities and related student mentoring, and encourages great innovation and creativity in building diverse, meaningful, and principled two-way partnerships spanning science and society.

Gallaudet University is a bilingual university and serves deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing students from many different backgrounds and seeks to develop a workforce that reflects the diversity of its student body. Gallaudet is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and actively encourages deaf, hard of hearing members of traditionally underrepresented groups, people with disabilities, women, and veterans to apply for open positions.

Requirements:
Candidates must show (i) significant potential for innovation/leadership, scholarship, and commitment to excellence in research and teaching. Additionally, candidates must have (ii) a PhD or EdD in Cognitive Neuroscience or Educational Neuroscience; (iii) strong evidence of foundational research training in the Cognitive Neurosciences with specific neuroimaging expertise (e.g., fMRI, EEG, fNIRS, MEG); (iv) an innovative research program that links (or has the potential to link) Cognitive Neuroscience research outcomes with learning and education in children; (v) promising publication record and teaching experience; and (vi) proficiency in American Sign Language and knowledge of Deaf Culture, or, a demonstrable commitment to develop mastery of American Sign Language.
Salary/Compensation:
Assistant/Associate Professor: Rank and salary dependent on experience and qualifications.

11 Months

Application Information:
Review of applications to begin immediately.
Send a curriculum vitae, representative publications, and a detailed cover letter demonstrating each of the following five (5) points inclusively: (i) Evidence of your quality of scholarly training and activities specifically in the Cognitive Neurosciences (with clear identification of your neuroimaging expertise), (ii) research program, (iii) your unique approach to the emerging field of Educational Neuroscience, (iv) teaching experiences and teaching philosophy, and (v) how your expertise in the Cognitive Neurosciences can inform learning in young children, or, how you plan to do so in the future. Under separate cover, please have three letters of reference sent; all correspondence should be addressed to:
PhD in Educational Neuroscience Program Search Committee (Position 1)
Attention: Provost Carol Erting
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Ave., NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695

Review of completed applications will begin Immediately and continue until the position is filled; employment to begin Spring semester 2016

Specific questions may be addressed either to Provost Erting (carol.erting@gallaudet.edu) or to Professor Laura-Ann Petitto (Laura-Ann.Petitto@Gallaudet.Edu), Chair, PhD in Educational Neuroscience Steering Committee.

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