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Faculty Vacancy in Art Education

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craig roland (rolandc)
Mon, 10 May 1999 13:59:28 -0400


Note: Questions regarding this position should be directed to Craig
Roland (phone: 352.392.9165, e-mail: rolandc).

ANNOUNCEMENT OF FACULTY VACANCY

Art Education

The University of Florida School of Art and Art History invites
applications for a non-tenure track visiting assistant professor
position in Art Education. The starting date for this one-year
appointment is August 13, 1999.

RESPONSIBILITIES: To teach undergraduate courses in the area of art
education including education methods courses for both art majors and
elementary education majors. Supervision of student teaching, shared
responsibility for art education programs and facilities; conduct a
program of scholarly research appropriate to the discipline; contribute
appropriately in the areas of professional and public service.

QUALIFICATIONS: Excellent scholar and committed teacher; Ph.D. or
Ed.D. preferred (ABD minimum academic credential). Candidates with K-12
teaching experience preferred. Evidence of publication or exhibition
record and professional service in art education.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 14, 1999.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Applicants should submit a detailed letter of
application, a statement of teaching philosophy, a professional resume,
offprints or copies of representative publications, slides of creative
work and student work if available, three current letters of reference
written specifically for this position and sent separately, and a SASE
for return of materials to:

Richard Heipp, Acting Director

School of Art and Art History

Ref: Art Education Search

302 FAC, PO BOX 115801

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL 32611-2032

GENERAL INFORMATION: The University of Florida, where 43,000 graduate
and undergraduate students pursue degrees in all academic disciplines,
is the largest institution in Florida's higher education system. The
University is located in Gainesville, a city of 125,000, which boasts
such outstanding facilities as the Harn Museum of Art, the Florida
Museum of Natural History, Center for the Performing Arts, all on the
University campus, and the Hippodrome State Theater, in the city's
downtown.

The School of Art and Art History organized within the College of Fine
Arts, plays an important role in the academic life of the University
and in the community. The school has 34 full-time faculty with
approximately 500 art majors. Degrees programs include the B.A.,
B.F.A., M.A., and M.F.A. Areas of study include: General Art Studies,
Art History, Art Education, Visual Arts (majors in Ceramics, Creative
Photography, Drawing, Electronic Intermedia, Graphic Design, Painting,
Printmaking, and Sculpture). All degree programs are accredited by
NASAD and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Additional
information on the school can be found at
<<http://www.arts.ufl.edu/art>.

The University of Florida is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity
Employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. The
selection process will be conducted under the provisions of Florida's
Sunshine Law.

_______________________________________________________________________

CRAIG ROLAND. Associate Professor-Art Education.

School of Art and Art History, FAC 302,

University of Florida, Gainesville Florida.

32611-5801. (352) 392-9165 - Art Ed Office (352) 392-8453 - Fax

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