[KS] Position Announcement: Associate Director of CEAS, UW-Madison
rcmiller at wisc.edu
Sun Aug 13 12:07:24 EDT 2006
I have been asked to pass on the following announcement of an employment
opportunity here at the Center for East Asian Studies at the UW-Madison.
This should be of particular interest to listmembers as the Center is
embarked on an ambitious program to develop Korean Studies here, and the
Associate Director would be integral to those efforts. For full information,
please see http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_054180.html.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
seeks an Associate Director to join our leadership team as we work on
exciting new projects such as an expanded Korean Studies program and a new
graduate level certificate in East Asian Studies. The Associate Director is
a member of the university's academic staff and the position includes health
insurance and eligibility for state employee retirement program benefits.
Duties include teaching one course per semester related to East Asia,
administration and fundraising. AA/EOE/WMA.
The Center for East Asian Studies acts as a coordinating center for
teaching and research related to East Asia conducted by affiliated faculty
and students located in departments throughout the UW-Madison campus.
Academically, the Center administers an interdisciplinary undergraduate
degree and certificate program, as well as a Ph.D. minor in East Asian
Studies. The Center also provides leadership in planning and seeking funding
for the strategic development and strengthening of East Asian Studies at
UW-Madison. The Center is a recipient of grants under the U.S. Dept. of
Education Title VI National Resource Center for East Asian Studies and FLAS
programs which provide funding to support language and area studies
training, graduate student fellowships, and outreach to the broader
- Ph.D. in the humanities or social sciences and academic expertise related
to East Asia (China, Japan, Korea)
- Working knowledge of at least one East Asian Language and significant
experience living, studying, or working in East Asia preferred.
- Strong written and oral communication skills in English required.
- At least two years of college-level teaching experience preferred.
- Experience in writing successful major academic grant proposals in the
humanities and social sciences and in fundraising preferred.
- At least one year of administrative, budget management, and supervisory
For full information, please see http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_054180.html.
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