Assistant Professor (tenure-track) - Diversity Faculty Fellow - Kinesiology - State University of New York at Cortland
Position: Assistant Professor (tenure-track) - Diversity Faculty Fellow - Kinesiology
Deadline: December 31, 2022
Job Description / Duties
Teach a reduced load of 12 credits per year (6 credits per semester) for the duration of the two-year program. Included as part of the teaching load will be the opportunity to teach at least one course a year which addresses equity and inclusion as part of its content.
Support the infusion of topics related to equity and inclusion in the departmental and/or college-wide curriculum.
Participate in mentoring process with assigned mentor to support professional development.
Participate in a professional learning community designed specifically to further their growth and ensure their success in the areas of teaching, scholarship and service.
Participate in the SUNY Diversity Conference each year of the fellowship.
Develop an active scholarship or research agenda.
Provide service to the department, school, and university.
Provide scheduled office hours and support students outside of the classroom in at least one of the following ways: acting as academic advisors, serving as advisors to student organizations, and supervising student assistants, research assistants, or other internship experiences
Qualifications / Required Skills
Earned doctorate or doctoral candidate, all but dissertation (ABD) (with a stated completion date) in Kinesiology, or a closely related discipline. (NOTE: ABD candidates who will not complete their doctorate within the first year of their appointment will be hired at the rank of Instructor and may be promoted to Assistant Professor upon degree conferral.)
Demonstrated academic, professional and/or personal experience in engaging with diversity, equity and inclusion.
Salary: Instructor - Mid 50's/Assistant Professor - High 50s to low 60s
SUNY Cortland is an engaged learning community that is committed to promoting a diversity of thought and experience. We believe that an equitable, inclusive, and diverse campus and curriculum are critical to our educational mission.