To further advance our commitment to diversity, equity,
and inclusivity (a key component of our strategic plan), Western
Colorado University is excited to announce a DEI Cluster Hire for
faculty across a wide range of academic areas: Business,
Communication Arts, Education, Creative Writing, and Mathematics.
Consonant with the cluster hire theme, we hope to attract a diverse
group of new colleagues who are committed to inclusive
curricula/teaching, equity-minded student mentorship,
community-engagement for social justice, collaboration on relevant
interdisciplinary initiatives, and cultivating
intercultural competencies requisite for meaningful citizenship in
an increasingly complex, pluralistic society. To
support and sustain
applicants demonstrating a record of significant engagement with
issues of social, economic,
racial, and/or gender
justice and equity in their work will be given
Full-time, 12-month Lecturer position in the Outdoor Industry
M.B.A program to support our Service Track. This faculty
position may work remotely (with mandatory intermittent travel) or
on our campus in Gunnison, Colorado.
Full-time, nine-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor of
Communication Arts, in the area of Strategic Communication.
Teaching responsibilities include courses at all levels in
Communication Arts, in particular strategic communication courses
like public relations, campaign design, media effects, social
media, intercultural communication, and communication
Full time, nine-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor of
Education with a focus on teaching English learners (EL) and
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) learners. The
successful candidate will teach four graduate-level courses per
semester (with released time based on administrative and discipline
responsibilities). Additionally, faculty roles include creating
online coursework in EL/CLD, supervising students in clinical
teaching residencies, and collaborating with education faculty
members in relation to EL/CLD issues and shared governance.
GRADUATE PROGRAM IN CREATIVE WRITING
Full-time, 12-month, non-tenure-track Lecturer position in
screenwriting. The successful applicant will also serve as Director
of the Screenwriting Concentration.
The Graduate Program in Creative Writing is a low-residency
program that offers both M.A. and M.F.A degrees in
Creative Writing with concentrations in Genre Fiction, Nature
Writing, Poetry, and Screenwriting, as well as
a M.A concentration in Publishing. With the exception of
the annual summer residency, all courses and events are delivered
online, using Zoom and Canvas, and most faculty work remotely.
Full-time, nine-month, non-tenure-track Lecturer position in
Mathematics for the 2022-2023 academic year (with strong
possibility of renewal). Teaching responsibilities are 15 credits
per semester including lower-division undergraduate Mathematics
with the possibility of upper-division Mathematics and
undergraduate research mentoring.
For complete job
announcements, visit www.western.edu/jobs
Western Colorado University
is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.