University of Kansas seeks Professor/Director for Center for Research on Learning

The University of Kansas is seeking applicants with nationally and internationally recognized expertise in high incidence disabilities for a tenure-line position at the rank of full professor. Applicants should possess: (1) strong theoretical foundation and understanding of student learning and factors that impede learning and options for providing evidence-based interventions at varying levels of intensity; (2) expertise in the development of professionals to work with students with disabilities and knowledge of school and system factors that facilitate or impede effective instruction; (3) teaching and research experience in diverse pre K-12 settings with students, professionals, and families; and (4) successful experience in leading complex research efforts. Duties include teaching doctoral students, and providing service to the university, community, and the profession. The successful candidate will maintain an active scholarly research agenda and will lead external research and grant activities.

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You may apply online at http://employment.ku.edu (search job number 1359). For additional information, contact Committee Co-Chair, Dr. Michael Wehmeyer (wehmeyer@ku.edu) or Dr. Michael Hock (mhock@ku.edu).