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Director of Science, Math, and Technology Education (SMATE)

Associate/Full at Western Washington University

Western is the highest-ranking public, master's-granting university in the Pacific Northwest, according to the 2019 U.S. News & World Report rankings. The SMATE Director is supported with an annual budget and full-time staff. Responsibilities of the Director include:

  • Oversee operations and management of the SMATE facility, budget, scheduling, and staff.
  • Facilitate collaboration between faculty from the College of Education and the College of Science and Engineering to develop, implement, and assess ambitious programs for the education and professional development of PK-12 teachers of STEM subject areas.
  • Coordinate PK-16 STEM education initiatives and grants related to research activities.
  • Cultivate partnerships with local, regional, and national entities that raise SMATE’s profile, maximizing awareness of its capacities, strengthening public appreciation of its value, and stewarding its resources.
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Director, Center for Integrative Studies in STEM (CISSTEM)

University of South Alabama

Provides leadership in the development of implementation of a vision for the Center of Integrative Studies in STEM (CISSTEM); manages an active program of research and external funding for the Center; develops innovative programs with post-secondary institutions, schools, and businesses to improve mathematics, science, engineering, and technology education; serves as an organizing point for large scale projects to improve STEM education across the education systems; collaborates with University units to advance the research mission of the University; assists faculty in identifying opportunities for external funding; establishes CISSTEM as a financial self-supporting unit. Minimum requirements are:  Current rank as an Associate Professor or higher, in a STEM field or in STEM education. An excellent record of scholarly activity that includes refereed publications and external funding. You can apply for this position online at You can apply for this position online at

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André M. Green at

Agricultural Education – (18000061)

Lecturer, Asst at University of Wyoming

University of Wyoming College of Education: Academic Professional Lecturer (9-month academic appointment) Agricultural Education teacher educator - August 2019. Instruction is a 3-4 teaching load, including methods classes, content classes, and student teaching supervision.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 1) Master's degree in Agricultural Education, Education, or related discipline. 2) Three or more years of K-12 teaching.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 1) EdD or PhD in Agricultural Education or Education. 2) Experience with FFA or similar organizations. 3) Experience working in or acquiring grants.
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If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply online or send an email to Dr. Andrea Burrows ( for further information.