College of Education
The NC State University College of Education is dedicated to setting and achieving high goals for the development of professionals, the advancement of research, and the educational success of all North Carolinians. The College offers graduate and undergraduate degrees across many disciplines to prepare outstanding teachers and leaders to improve education. The College of Education development team works in close relationship with the Dean to increase private financial support through strategic engagement and advocacy among all constituencies in order to advance the vision and priorities of the College.
- Associate Director of Development: Primary responsibilities will include: facilitating the development of prospects (corporate and individual) leading to the solicitation of major gifts and leadership annual gifts; coordinating campus visits of prospects and visits to potential corporate partners and donors; preparing briefings for college administrators and producing written proposals; ensuring regular and frequent visits with corporations and foundations, alumni, prospective donors, and friends in support of the College and its academic programs, research, students, and faculty. These responsibilities will be implemented through regular and frequent visits primarily in North Carolina.
Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development Department
The department emphasizes exemplary teaching, scholarship, and service in the context of a university education and has a vibrant research culture that inspires and guides students through teaching, advising, and dissertation supervision. As researchers and teachers, the Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis faculty explore complex and pressing contemporary issues and problems facing education and society—including community-focused leadership development, improving performance in high-poverty rural schools, college access and student success, and state and institutional and policies that affect adult learning—with a view toward solutions that will make a real, positive difference for students, teachers, administrators, and communities.
- Assistant Professor: Job duties include, maintaining a scholarly research, publication, and grant-writing record in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis that is aligned with a research university (very high research activity); teaching graduate courses; advising graduate students and serving on doctoral committees; engaging in collaborative research; working collaboratively with faculty colleagues and policy makers at the local, state, and national levels while preparing effective educational leaders to improve learner success and advance educational equity; and participating in department and college governance.
Teacher Education and Learning Sciences Department
The Elementary Learning Sciences Program Area of Studies (ELMLS-PAS) in the new Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences (TELS) focuses on the various areas of Elementary STEM Education and aims to produce the next generation of elementary STEM teachers, leaders, and learning scientists. Students in the various programs graduate with a commitment to improving opportunities to learn in the lives of elementary-aged children by researching, designing and enhancing the learning environments in which they interact.
- Assistant/Associate Professor: The ELMLS-PAS is seeking a faculty colleague for one position at the assistant or associate rank, whose research relates to the learning sciences and has a focus on elementary STEM (with preference for elementary mathematics). The research program for the colleague selected for this position needs to contribute to the College overarching goal of closing achievement gaps in North Carolina and the nation.
The Literacy and English Language Arts Education Program Area of Studies (LELA-PAS) in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences (TELS) within the College of Education at NC State promotes understanding of language and literacy development of individuals with cultural, linguistic, and academic differences, ranging from pre-K through post-secondary learning contexts. The program provides literacy professionals with the advanced knowledge, research skills, and expertise to address the needs of all readers as well as the literacy challenges of the 21st century. The LELA-PAS is inviting applications for two positions: one focused on research related to the teaching and learning of students struggling to read and one focused on research related to the teaching and learning of young adolescents in the English language arts. The program is seeking scholars with national influence, whose research program and teaching expertise can also contribute to the College of Education’s overarching goal of leading the way in North Carolina and beyond in reducing the achievement gap and increasing opportunities for success in education.
- Assistant/Associate Professor for English Language Arts: The LELA-PAS is seeking a faculty colleague for one position focused on research related to the teaching and learning of young adolescents in English language arts at the Assistant/Associate level. The research program from the colleague selected for this position needs to contribute to the College’s overarching goal of closing achievement gaps in North Carolina.
- Associate/Full Professor for Students Struggling to Read: The LELA-PAS is seeking a faculty colleague for one position focused on research related to the teaching and learning of students struggling to read at the Associate/Professor level. The research program from the colleague selected for this position needs to contribute to the College’s overarching goal of closing achievement gaps in North Carolina.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Department
The Department of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education emphasizes exemplary teaching, scholarship and service in the context of a university education. With a primary emphasis on improving schools and society, the Technology, Engineering and Design Education unit prepares quality educators for middle, secondary and post-secondary school technology, engineering, graphic communications and informal settings. In addition, the unit offers a Graphic Communication Concentration (non-teaching) and several minors, including Technology Education and Graphic Communications and also has programs preparing professionals for leadership at the master’s and doctoral levels.
- Full, Associate, or Assistant Professor: Teach graduate and undergraduate courses in technology, engineering, and/or design; recruit and mentor graduate students; continue a program of well-established and focused research and related publications; continue participation in externally funded projects; provide service and leadership to the program area, department, college, university, and professional organizations; participate in outreach and engagement; and collaborate with faculty within the college and across the university.