Assistant Professor in Art Education
Job ID: 25427
Queens College’s Department of Secondary Education and Youth Services seeks to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Art Education, starting spring 2023. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Visual Arts and PreK-12 education in both in-person and online formats. In addition to teaching, position responsibilities include advising students, sharing administrative and supervisory responsibilities in the Visual Arts preK-12 education program, and developing and maintaining a research program in art education. The successful candidate will immediately become the sole program director of an art education program with approximately 120 students.
Queens College enjoys a national reputation for excellence in liberal arts and sciences and preprofessional programs. With its extensive range of graduate and undergraduate degrees, honors programs, research opportunities, and internship placements, the college serves more than 20,000 students, mentored by an award-winning faculty. Located on a beautiful, 80-acre campus, the college has been cited for 28 consecutive years in the Princeton Review as a “Best Value” college. U.S. News and World Report and Forbes magazine also rank Queens College a “Best Value College,” thanks to its outstanding academics, generous financial aid packages, and affordability. The Equality of Opportunity Report placed Queens College in the top one percent of all colleges in moving students from poverty to prosperity. Queens College is part of the City University of New York (CUNY), the largest urban university in the US, providing an excellent and affordable education to more than 500,000 students.
The School of Education and the Secondary Education and Youth Services department enjoys a reputation as a regional leader for preparing urban educators. Queens College produces more education graduates who become principals, teachers, and counselors for New York City’s public schools than any other college in the metropolitan area. The Godwin-Ternbach Museum, located on campus, is the only museum in the CUNY system, and the only encyclopedic collection of art and artifacts in the borough, housing over 7,000 global objects that date from ancient to modern times. As a part of Queens College’s Kupferberg Center for the Visual and Performing Arts, the museum presents contemporary and historical exhibitions and programs that provide exciting educational opportunities and aesthetic experiences to the college community and residents across the five boroughs and Long Island.
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