Day: September 30, 2015

Graduate Pathways to Success Session: Procrastination, Oct. 8, 2015, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

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Registration is now open for:

Breaking Patterns of Procrastination

Thursday, October 8th 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

For session and registration information, see https://community.grad.ubc.ca/gps/event/12968

Job – Associate Professor Counselling Psychology, SFU Faculty of Education, Due: Nov. 15, 2015

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Associate Professor Counselling Psychology – Simon Fraser University Faculty of Education

Tenure-track Associate Professor position at SFU for contribution to the teaching of any of the core counselling courses and support of graduate student research. Candidates will contribute to the growth of the Counselling Psychology program at the SFU Surrey campus. The program includes the SFU Surrey Counselling Centre, which works in collaboration with the Surrey School Board. Along with clinical training, the Centre supports research in counselling practice and supervision.

Commencement date: September 1, 2016

Applications close: November 15, 2015

Role requirements: Applicants will be expected to teach and develop counselling related courses and programming at both the undergraduate and graduate level, work with pre-practicum and practicum students, and to supervise graduate research.

Requirements documents: must possess a doctoral degree in Counselling Psychology or related field, the ability to develop a program of research related to Counselling Psychology, and a minimum of three years of counselling practice experience in the field. Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to three or more of the key teaching areas of the program including:

Theories and ethics of counselling

Counselling skills and strategies

Group counselling

Career counselling

School counselling (K-12)

Family counselling

Expertise and experience in counselling Aboriginal people and/or counselling in multicultural contexts are significant assets for this position.

SFU is a university that serves students of diverse ethnic, cultural, linguistic and international origins and, therefore, interests and or experience in working in multicultural and international settings with students of diverse backgrounds is a desired attribute of applicants.

Apply by sending a current curriculum vitae, a scholarly publication and a signed application letter that includes the description of the applicant’s scholarly interests, research plans and achievements, teaching experience, and potential contributions to the faculty, as well as names and contact information of three referees to Rina Zazkis, Chair, Appointments Committee, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC, Canada, V5A 1S6, alternatively email three separate files (Word or PDF) to educ_appointments@sfu.ca.

Job – Sessional Assistant Professor, York University Faculty of Education, Due: Oct. 31, 2015

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Sessional Assistant Professor- York University Faculty of Education

The successful candidate will develop and teach courses in the Bachelor of Education program (including Social Studies and Culture in the Primary/Junior and Junior/Intermediate divisions), the new BA in Educational Studies, and the graduate program.

Duration: Contract of three years

Commencement date: July 1, 2016

Applications close: October 31, 2015

Role requirements: Applicants should have completed a doctorate and provide evidence of excellence or promise of excellence in teaching and scholarly research. Preference will be given to applicants who have knowledge of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit content and pedagogy as reflected in the Ontario curriculum. Experience teaching in K-12 schools and familiarity with the use of digital technologies in teaching and learning is highly desirable.

Required documents: send an application letter, curriculum vitae, samples of publications, materials regarding teaching, and three signed letters of reference (sent in separately by the referees).

For further information and to apply please contact Dr. Ron Owston, Dean, Faculty of Education, 242 Winters College, York University, 4700 Keele St., Toronto, ON M3J 1P3 or by e-mail to edudean@edu.yorku.ca with the subject line “CLA Social Studies Education.”

Call for Submissions: Ken Spencer Award 2015, Due: Nov. 10, 2015

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Call for Submissions: Ken Spencer Award 2015

Apply for CEA’s seventh annual Ken Spencer Awards for Innovation in Teaching and Learning and get noticed for how you, your colleagues, and your school community are nurturing your students’ curiosity and love of learning.

Winning entries will be profiled nationally to encourage peer-to-peer learning and positively impacts winning educators and their schools.

For details on how you can apply, and to view last year’s winning entries, please visit:

www.cea-ace.ca/kenspenceraward

Complete the online application form by November 10, 2015 at 5pm.

Call for Presenters: Student Leadership Conference, Due: Oct. 13, 2015

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Call for Presenters: Student Leadership Conference

The Student Leadership Conference (SLC), one of Canada’s largest student-run conferences and is seeking presenters to design and share their leadership experience with undergraduate or graduate students on January 9, 2015. Through a series of inspiring speakers and interactive workshops, delegates are provided with resources to help them develop as leaders to thrive within the campus community. Applications are now open to design and present a 50-minute workshop for the 2016 UBC Student Leadership Conference.

Applications close on October 13, 2015.

For further information review http://www.slc.ubc.ca. or to apply visit http://students.ubc.ca/slc/present.

Indigenous Peoples’ International Roundtable on Forests and Climate Change, Oct. 8, 5-7pm

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YOU ARE INVITED!

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Indigenous Peoples’ International Roundtable
on Forests and Climate Change

The University of British Columbia (UBC) Faculty of Forestry and WWF International Forest and Climate Programme are sponsoring an international roundtable to facilitate discussion by Indigenous Peoples’ representatives of the important issues of forests and climate change.

The roundtable will support ongoing preparations by Indigenous Peoples for the Conference of Parties (COP21) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in December 2015 as well as beyond.

The roundtable will bring together Indigenous representatives from all regions of the world, including Canada, to strategize on best ways for policy advocacy at the national and international levels.

Open meeting with UBC community

An open meeting with the UBC community and the general public is organized to interact with delegates and share views on forest governance and climate change.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

(Light refreshments at 4:15 – 4:45 pm)

2424 Main Mall, room 1005
Forest Sciences Centre, UBC
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4

RSVP

Please RSVP by October 1: caryn.horii@ubc.ca

Feel free to forward this invite to friends and colleagues.

Continue on the path towards health and reconciliation: Indigenous Health Conference 2016

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May 26-27, 2016  |  Hilton Meadowvale, Mississauga ON

Continue on the path towards health and reconciliation
In 2014, the inaugural Indigenous Health Conference was a call to action for health equity for Indigenous peoples in Canada. The conference was the first of its kind in Canada and attracted enormous media attention including the Globe and Mail, CBC radio and Metro Morning.

Building upon this success, the 2nd biennial
Indigenous Health Conference will continue the dialogue and focus on the determinants of health and reconciliation. Sessions will discuss working towards reconciliation, major health issues for Indigenous peoples in Canada and also potential solutions to address them.

The conference is led by
Dr. Anna Banerji, a member of the Order of Ontario and an advocate for Indigenous women and children.

Please join us again to continue on the path towards health and reconciliation.

Job – Assistant Professor of Native American Studies (Tenure-track), Due: Nov. 20, 2015

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Native American Studies: Tenure-track Position at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

See below link and description, regarding a tenure-track, assistant professor faculty position in Native American Studies at my second department:
For questions, contact Faculty Search Committee Chair: 
Sandy Kewanhaptewa-Dixon, Ed.D. at sldixon@cpp.edu (or see below for phone and mailing address).

Assistant Professor, Ethnic and Women’s Studies

College of Education and Integrative Studies

The Ethnic and Women’s Studies Department in the College of Education and Integrative Studies at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona) invites applications for a tenure-track position in Native American Studies at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin Fall of 2016.  The department seeks candidates specializing in settler colonialism, sovereignty, tribal law/politics, literature, cultural production and performance, and/or environmental justice. Additional specializations, but not restricted, in the areas of, research methodologies, critical race theories, comparative social movements, labor, education, digital and social media, Queer/LGBT Studies, Gender Studies, identity formations, and multiethnic/cultural identities will be considered.


The Position

The candidates will be expected to teach courses in their field of specializations, as well as additional EWS courses.  In addition, the candidates should have the ability to teach comparative courses, integrate multiple disciplinary cultural and global perspectives, and incorporate educational technology in their teaching and professional activities.  Candidates should also be committed to working with the campus cultural and gender centers and demonstrate a commitment to diversity in higher education.


Minimum Qualifications

  • An earned doctorate in Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies, American Studies, Native American Studies, Humanities, Social Sciences, Gender/Women’s Studies, or other related field from an accredited university by September 1, 2016;
  • Ability to teach comparative courses and integrate multiple disciplinary cultural perspectives in Native American Studies and Ethnic & Women’s Studies;
  • Evidence of scholarly engagement and potential;
  • Experience of successfully teaching undergraduates at a college or university setting;
  • Demonstrated commitment to working with diverse student populations.

Preferred/Desired Qualifications

  • Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate success in critical/interactive pedagogical practices;
  • Seek specializations in settler colonialism, sovereignty, tribal law/politics, literature, cultural production and performance, and/or environmental justice;
  • Additional specializations, but not restricted, in the areas of, research methodologies, critical race theories, comparative social movements, labor, education, digital and social media, Queer/LGBT Studies, Gender Studies, identity formations, and multiethnic/cultural identities will be considered;
  • Evidence of scholarly achievements (conference presentations, publications, and/or grant development);
  • Experience in mentoring and advising students;
  • Experience in working with Native American student groups and/or community-based organizations;
  • Experience with educational technology.

Application Procedure

All application materials must be submitted via online. Please go to https://cpp.formstack.com/forms/ews_native_american to complete the online application. You will be required to submit the following documentation:

  • a cover letter that describes the candidate’s teaching and research experience and interests and that addresses the duties and qualifications articulated in the position description;
  • a curriculum vitae comprised of at least those elements specified on the application form and including the names, titles, email addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three individuals who can speak to the candidate’s potential for success in this position;
  • a completed university application form available at: (http://www.cpp.edu/~faculty-affairs/documents/acadapplication.pdf);
  • a syllabus from one of the courses you have taught;
  • An unofficial transcript showing highest degree earned (an official transcript will be required of finalists); and
  • three recently signed letters of reference (within the last two years).

The position is open until filled. First consideration will be given to completed applications received no later than Friday, November 20, 2015. Early response is encouraged.  As the process proceeds, candidates may be asked to submit a writing sample no longer than 20 pages.

Address all other inquiries to:

Faculty Search Committee
c/o Sandy Kewanhaptewa-Dixon, Ed.D. Committee Chair
Ethnic and Women’s Studies Department
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
3801 West Temple Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768
Phone: 909.869.4594    FAX: 909.869.6797
Email:  sldixon@cpp.edu

Job – Academic Success Counselor, Leech Lake Tribal College, Due: Oct. 21, 2015

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LEECH LAKE TRIBAL COLLEGE
OPEN POSITION
 
POSITION TITLE: Academic Success Counselor
 
PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Under the direction of the Dean of Students, advise new and prospective students to programs within the College and assists students in exploring careers, evaluating academic abilities, and setting goals. Academic Success Counselor provides individual and group counseling services to meet the developmental, preventive, and remedial needs of students.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES: Assesses the student’s stage of development and promotes student growth by determining suitable developmental tasks; assists student in establishing realistic and attainable academic and career goals.  Advises students on academic, career and personal issues; identifies the educational and career options appropriate for each student and assists with the analysis of each option. Identifies options for student to satisfy degree requirements; evaluates and makes recommendations on petitions and amendments to student’s program of study; assists students in completion.  Monitors academic progress of students; analyzes progress reports from instructors; determines eligibility and satisfactory progress toward degree; identifies current and potential needs and refers students to appropriate resources for assistance.
 
 
QUALIFICATIONS/EDUCATION:
Bachelor’s degree in Education, Psychology, Counseling or related field and 1 year academic advising experience; a minimum of one 1-3 years related work experience in an academic environment. Master’s degree in related disciplined and related experience preferred. Experience with electronic student management software is a plus. Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
 
POSITION CLOSES: October 21, 2015
 
Visit our website at www.lltc.edu for more information.  Send LLTC application and resume to: Human Resources, Leech Lake Tribal College, 6945 Littlewolf Rd Cass Lake, MN 56633. Phone (218) 335-4261
 

CFP – 17th Annual American Indian Studies Association Conference, Due: Oct. 15, 2015

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17th Annual American Indian Studies Association Conference
February 4-­‐5, 2016 — Tempe, AZ

“Native Leadership in Community Building ”

“Native Leadership in Community Building,” is the theme for the 17th Annual American Indian Studies Association conference. With the many challenges native communities and nations are facing, leadership is key to community building. While political officials are seen as leaders, individuals and families are also taking the initiative to transform their native communities and nations for the better. These individuals and families are undertaking work on a number of levels, such as language and culture maintenance/revitalization, health improvement, environmental protection, culturally-­‐based education, and many other pertinent issues, that build strength and capacity in our communities.

This year’s conference looks to examine and initiate discussions about leadership and community building. This includes, however is not exclusive to: language, culture, art, history, environment, governance, gender, sexuality, health, storytelling, education, family, philosophy, policy, and all other topics which would include leadership and community building.

The organizers of the AISA Conference welcome proposals for paper presentations, panel presentations, round table discussions, and workshops.

Consideration will be given to other topics that relate to American Indian issues. Paper/Session/Panel Proposals:

  • Please send paper and panel submissions in a digital format.
  • When submitting a paper, session or panel, please provide the name of the presenter, title,

    session organizer and/or all persons involved, including their role/s. Also, provide their address,

    phone number and email information.

  • Submit the presentation title/s and a 200-­‐word paper abstract, describing the paper, session or

    panel.

  • Please submit proposals by October 15, 2015. Abstracts after this date will only be considered if

    space is available on the program.

    Thank you!

    Please send submissions to:

    Elizabeth P. Martos, Coordinator American Indian Studies
    P.O. Box 874603
    Arizona State University

    Tempe, AZ 85287-­‐4603 480-­‐727-­‐8691
    Email: elizabeth.martos@asu.edu

    PDF Announcement: 2016 CP 17th Annual American Indian Studies Association Conference