Assistant Professor, Science Ed.

Assistant Professor at Northern Arizona University

The Department of STEM Education (DSE) in the College of Education at Northern Arizona University (NAU) invites applications for a tenure-track scholar of science education at the rank of assistant professor beginning August 2022. The DSE at NAU is committed to strategically increasing its capacity to provide local and national leadership in science education through innovative undergraduate and graduate programs, and advanced research and scholarly activities. Responsibilities include teaching science education courses in the NAUTeach Program (the undergraduate joint secondary science and mathematics education program) and in the master’s and doctoral degree programs; scholarly activities in science/STEM education; field supervision of pre-service teacher candidates; graduate student advising; and faculty service.

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Max Dass OR Ron Gray

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Science Educator, Professional Learning

BSCS Science Learning

BSCS Science Learning is developing professional learning programs for the Next Generation Science Standards that incorporate culturally sustaining, equitable, and inclusive approaches to teaching and learning. We have an immediate opening for one or two science educators to contribute to this work. We seek a motivated, creative individual who shares our mission of improving science teaching and learning through research-driven innovation. Applicants should have expertise in the design, development, and facilitation of professional learning experiences for teachers grounded in the Next Generation Science Standards.

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Applicants should send the following items to Please put “Science Educator, Professional Learning” in the subject line. 1. Resume or curriculum vitae. 2. Educational Statement (1-2 pages) that describes (1) relevant prior experiences in professional learning and teaching; (2) your views about teaching and learning in science education and how they have been shaped by your educational, personal, and/or professional experiences. 3. Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Statement (1-2 pages) that describes (1) relevant prior experience responding to the interests, social identities, and obstacles to learning faced by marginalized populations, and (2) your views about equity, inclusion, and social justice in science education and how they have been shaped by your educational, personal, and/or professional experiences. 4. Cover letter. In your cover letter, please indicate the following: (1) why you are interested in this position at BSCS science learning; (2) what grade levels and disciplines you feel qualified to develop instructional materials for; and (3) whether you desire to work locally in Colorado Springs or remotely. We will begin reviewing applications on December 10, 2021 and will continue to accept and review applications until the position(s) is/are filled.

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Professor of Practice in Education

Professor of Practice at Assumption University

Job Description: Assumption University invites applications for a full-time Professor of Practice in Education with a Specialization in Science Education to start in the fall 2022. This position will include responsibilities in teaching, advising, and service, as well as willingness to support departmental efforts in curriculum review, program development, and approval.  Requirements: An advanced degree in an area related to the specialization: science education and/or STEM education.

  • Established expertise in current models of and approaches to science pedagogy, curriculum, and assessment.
  • with MA STE learning standards.
  • Willingness and ability to supervise teacher candidates in their field placements.
  • Willingness to contribute actively to the mission of the university as well as showing respect for the Catholic and Assumptionist identity of Assumption University.
  • D. or Ed.D. in science education or related

Assistant Professor of Physics and Science Education

Assistant Professor at University of Maine at Farmington

The Division of Natural Sciences of the University of Maine at Farmington invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Physics and Science Education, beginning September 1, 2022. Teaching duties include physics courses for biology, environmental science, geology, and secondary education science majors, supporting UMF's programs focused on sustainability, the environment, and Maine's aquatic and forest ecosystems. UMF has a strong historical focus on teacher training, so the successful candidate will also collaborate with secondary education faculty, particularly in helping to teach the science methods course for preservice middle school and high school teachers. The rest of the teaching load will be general education physics courses for nonscientists. We expect the faculty member to develop a research program consistent with UMF’s resources and to involve undergraduates in this research. See More Details and apply at

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Chris Magri, search committee chair,

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Science Education

Assistant Professor at University of Houston-Downtown

The Department of Urban Education at the University of Houston-Downtown invites applications for the tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Science Education. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in elementary and secondary science methods, assist students as they prepare for certification exams, serve as a faculty advisor to student organizations, engage in research/publication, and participate in committee assignments at the department, college, and university levels. The Urban Education department offers undergraduate and master’s degree programs with a focus on preparing and developing educators to provide equitable educational experiences for culturally and linguistically diverse students. Teaching in multiple modalities, day and evening, at any of UHD’s three (3) campuses, and a commitment to excellence in teaching, including the ability to model exemplary methods for working with diverse populations of learners is required.

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Franklin Allaire -

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Elementary/early childhood science education

All ranks considered at Brigham Young University

The Department of Teacher Education in the David O. McKay School of Education at Brigham Young University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in elementary (K-6) and early childhood (K-3) science education. We seek faculty candidates who will enrich our department's commitment to quality teaching and scholarly inquiry into teacher education and science education. Successful candidates will understand and support the university's mission and aims and embrace the opportunity to positively impact the broader community through teaching, scholarship, and service/citizenship. See further details and apply here:

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Ryan Nixon,

Science Education and Co-Director Center for STEM Education

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor at Bradley University

Bradley University invites applications for full-time, tenure track, Assistant/Associate/Full Professor. Doctorate in Sci Ed or closely related field required. Starts August 2022. Salary, rank, tenure status commensurate with qualifications/experience. Applicants must have/held teaching license, experience in K-12 science/STEM education. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate science courses and co-directing the Center for STEM Education. Visa sponsorship not available for this position. Submit application (letter of interest; current CV; and complete contact information of at least 3 professional references) to: Review begins immediately and continues until position filled. Employment contingent upon successful completion of criminal background check.

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For additional information about the Department of Education, Counseling, and Leadership at Bradley University visit For more information about Bradley’s Center for STEM Education visit

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Assistant Professor of Elementary Science Education (tenure-track)

Assistant Professor at Georgia Southern University

The Assistant Professor of Elementary Science Education position focuses on teaching, scholarship, and service. Teaching responsibilities focus on teaching science education methods courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels and supervising teacher candidates in both the department’s traditional campus-based undergraduate program (local K-5 public school classrooms) and our fully-online MAT program in Elementary Education. This position also requires the engagement in a cohesive scholarship agenda with expectations to present and disseminate work at many levels. In addition, the position involves collaborating with faculty across the College of Education both in terms of scholarship and performing service.

Individuals might want to work at Georgia Southern because the college of education faculty is very supportive of one another. There are a variety of resources and professional growth opportunities available to faculty that support teaching, research, and service.

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Dr. Montana Smithey, Search Co-Chair, Search #67903 Georgia Southern University Electronic mail: Telephone: 912-478-8016

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Tenure-track/Tenured position in STEM Education

Assistant or Associate at Queen's University

The Faculty of Education of Queen's University, located in Kingston, Ontario,  invites applications for a faculty position in STEM Education. This position is a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, with a preferred starting date of July 1, 2022. For more information, including how to apply, please visit:

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Kyle Cummings-Bentley at

Assistant Professor, Environmental Science Education or Geological Science Education

California State University, Chico

The Department Science Education invites applications for an Assistant Professor in Environmental Science Education or Geological Science Education. The ideal candidate will share Chico State’s demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion, have prior experience working with culturally and socio-economically diverse populations. The University proudly holds the Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) designation, and enrolls over 17,000 students, over half of whom identify as first-generation college students. The minimum education requirement is a terminal degree in Science Education with a Master’s in Environmental Science or Geological Sciences or related area such as Ph.D. in Environmental Science or Geological Sciences with an emphasis in science education research.

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The full job posting can be viewed at: Review of applications begins on December 13, 2021.