The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) School of Education (SOE) invites applications for a promotion-track faculty position, with a start date of August 1, 2023.
Faculty positions are housed within the Department of Advanced Studies in Education. Primary teaching responsibilities will involve the Doctor of Education (EdD) program, with potential for affiliation with the school’s six research centers and teaching opportunities in other programs.
The JHU EdD program is a highly selective, mature program with dynamic, diverse students recruited nationally and internationally from across the educational spectrum. The program has recently undergone a faculty-led review and reorganization. Areas of specialization within the program include Entrepreneurial Leadership in Education; Mind, Brain, and Teaching; Critical Studies in Education; and Learning Technologies.
As one of nine academic units that comprise Johns Hopkins University, a globally recognized and productive research institution, the highly ranked School of Education is poised to make investments in scholars, researchers, and clinicians capable of reforming 21st-century education and strengthening communities. SOE graduate programs seek to develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of students as they lead efforts to build new opportunities in varied educational contexts. Through multidisciplinary lenses, SOE educates leaders who will promote innovation in the paradigms, strategies, values, and cultures of their individual professional contexts. The goal is to provide powerful graduate educational experiences in an environment of entrepreneurship and innovation.
The faculty position is Qualitative Education Research Methodology (Open Rank Professor): Candidates for this position should have research and teaching experience in qualitative research methodology or multimodal presentation of research, such as mediamaking and audio/visual presentation. Candidates will be asked to provide evidence of conducting and interpreting research or program evaluation within educational or human service organizations, including PK-16 school environments, for the purpose of examining and addressing issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The School of Education expects to establish a tenure system by the start of the 2023-24 academic year. If the candidate’s credentials qualify them for tenure, conversion to a tenured professor track will be possible.