California Polytechnic State University seeks Professor in Special Education


The School of Education in the College of Science and Mathematics at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, is seeking an outstanding candidate for a full-time, academic year, tenure track Open Rank Professor in Special Education beginning September 2013. For detailed qualifications and application instructions (online application required), please visit WWW.CALPOLYJOBS.ORG and search/apply to requisition #102608.

REVIEW BEGIN DATE: November 1, 2012. EEO.

The School of Education is located in the College of Science and Mathematics and offers the multiple subject (elementary) credential; single subject (secondary) credentials in Agriculture, Biological Science, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Social Science and Physics; master’s degree and credential programs in Educational Leadership & Administration and Special Education; and a master’s degree program in Counseling & Guidance. As a polytechnic university recognizing the critical need for enhanced K-12 science and mathematics instruction, Cal Poly has a developing focus on educating secondary school science and mathematics teachers and elementary school teachers with special expertise in science and mathematics. As a major institution in California, Cal Poly recognizes the value of providing students preparing to be educators with expertise in working with English language learners and generally in addressing the requirements of children with special needs. More information may be viewed at

Contact: Dr. Michael Ruef
Special Education Program Coordinator, School of Education
(805) 756-6082