The Department of Counseling and Higher Education promotes human development through education, research and service that advance the professions of, and scholarship in, counseling and higher education. The Department consists of two graduate programs; the Counseling program and the Higher Education program.
The Higher Education Program, in the Department of Counseling and Higher Education, at the UNT College of Education seeks an individual with the ability and experience to do the following. Teaching: teach higher education graduate courses using face to face, interactive video, and online modalities. Advising: mentor and advise masters and doctoral students. Research: implement a research agenda in program areas leading to publications in top tier journals and proposals for external funding. Service: carry out national, institutional, department, and program service assignments.
The successful candidate will have a doctorate in Higher Education or a closely related field; a record of research, publication, and external funding; an established research agenda in higher education and a demonstrated trajectory of improving scholarly achievement; experience in teaching face to face, interactive video, and online modalities; and experience in doctoral advising. The successful candidate will also have a demonstrated commitment to diversity as evidenced by their teaching, research, service to the profession, or involvement in diversity/equity activities.
Preferred candidates will have a research record concerning the access and success of students in minoritized communities, especially Latinx communities. Potential for higher education program leadership is preferred. Expertise in areas such as student affairs, student success, community colleges, faculty work, international education, and teaching and learning is preferred.