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Looking for a co-director for the Wally Cordes Teaching Faculty Support Center

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Are you passionate about teaching and learning students? Do you enjoy working with a team of innovative educational leaders on campus? Co-directing the Wally Cordes Teaching Faculty Support Center could be your destiny!

Trustees serve staggered three-year terms, and Don Johnson, a university professor of agricultural education, communications and technology, will complete his term as co-director this summer. Lynn Meade, Department of Communications, and Carole Shook, Department of Information Systems, will continue their service. TFSC and Faculty Affairs is looking for a dynamic individual who exemplifies teaching excellence and effective leadership to join the team. Preference is for a permanent faculty member, but any full-time faculty member is eligible to apply. The direction comes with an additional Summer Course or Course and Fund Redemption Package.

Please send a letter of application to Kathy Sloan, Vice Provost, Faculty Affairs, at [email protected] Your letter should outline why you are interested in co-directing the TFSC, what unique experiences or talents you would bring to the role, and a statement about how you would promote the inclusion of teaching at the U of A. Attach a CV in the application letter. Letters of application must be sent by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 29.

About TFSC: The Wally Cordes Faculty Teaching and Support Center at the University of Arkansas was established in 1992 to assist faculty with teaching scholarships and to serve as a resource center for new teaching techniques and programs. education. Wally Cordes (CHBC), Ro DiBrezzo (HHPR) and Paul Cronan (ISYS) were the co-founders.