Assistant Director / Lecturer - Residential/Academic Initiative in the Arts
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||California, United States|
|Position:||Lecturer, Other Professional|
Assistant Director / Lecturer
Residential/Academic Initiative in the Arts
Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
Stanford University’s Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE) seeks an Assistant Director/Lecturer for a pilot program that will integrate a year-long arts curriculum with arts practice, activities, performances and related field trips for 45 freshmen in residence beginning in autumn 2013. ITALIC (Immersion in the Arts: Living in Culture) will combine arts analysis and history with hands-on opportunities for creative expression, incorporating lectures, discussions, and practice across a range of arts disciplines. The Assistant Director will serve as an instructor in the program as well as the lead administrator and academic coordinator among members of the teaching team.
Successful candidates will demonstrate evidence of distinction in relevant scholarship and research and will hold a M.F.A, M.A, DMA or Ph.D. in one of the arts or affiliated performance studies fields (e.g. Art History, Cultural Studies, American Studies, Music, Dance Studies, Film Studies and related arts and humanities disciplines.). Special consideration will be given to scholars whose expertise also combines one or more fields outside the arts, and thus would bring an interdisciplinary focus to the team.
The position requires excellence in college-level teaching in the arts; experience working with first-year students is a strong plus. Candidates should also have at least three years of experience in program planning and implementation as well as two years of supervisory and administrative experience, preferably in an academic liberal education setting.
Start –up activities are already underway to prepare for a September opening of this innovative living/learning community focused on the arts. The assistant director will be called upon between now and the beginning of the school year to represent the academic program in designing facilities, setting up processes for student selection, identifying potential enhancement activities and other important duties. Therefore, preference will go to candidates who are ready to begin employment as soon as possible. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
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Stanford University is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to diversity of staff.
|Secondary Categories:||Dance and History of Dance
Music and Music History