Assistant Professor, Full-time tenure track- Social Development Studies, (Renison University College): Review of applications begins January 22, 2018
Renison University College at the University of Waterloo on the territories of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Attawandaron (Neutral) peoples invites applications for a tenure track position in the department of Social Development Studies at the rank of Assistant Professor. The expected appointment date is July 1, 2018. Applicants to this position must have demonstrated excellence in teaching and research, and a PhD in an area related to at least one of the program’s five interdisciplinary specializations:
Cultural Diversity, Education, Individual Well-Being and Development, Social Policy and Social Action, Social Work
Preference will be given to Indigenous candidates with a strong connection to Indigenous community or expertise in Indigenous studies. Further information about the Social Development Studies program is available at: waterloo.ca/socialdevelopment-studies/
Affiliated with the University of Waterloo since 1959, Renison University College is committed to excellence in teaching and research. Faculty members at Renison are direct employees of Renison University College and participate in the University of Waterloo pension and benefits plans. More information about the College is available at https://uwaterloo.ca/renison. Renison University College is an equal opportunity employer.
We welcome applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, ethnic origin, religion, age, colour, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability or disability, including women, Indigenous people, and other visible minorities. All applications will be considered, however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates participating in all parts of the selection process. Please contact a member of Renison’s Human Resources department with accommodation requests. Application materials should be submitted online as PDF files through Interfolio at https://apply.interfolio.com/47291.
Please include a letter of application, complete curriculum vitae, a sample of scholarly writing, a statement of teaching philosophy and interest, and a brief outline of current and proposed program of research. Applicants should also arrange for three letters of reference to be uploaded and directed to Dr. Hsiao d’Ailly, Chair of Social Development Studies. Review of applications will begin on Jan 22, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.
hiring a Current Affairs Coordinator
CiTR 101.9 FM is the broadcasting voice of the University of British Columbia, beginning as a student club in 1937, and gaining not-for-profit status
and a place on the FM dial in 1982. CiTR offers students and community members a variety of services which include broadcast and multimedia training, promotional support, live on location coverage of events and much more. CiTR also provides the Lower Mainland
unique and alternative coverage of municipal current affairs, providing a platform for underrepresented peoples, opinions and stories not heard through other media outlets.
CiTR is looking for a Current Affairs Coordinator to support and refine the current affairs coverage
we provide the Lower Mainland community. Currently CiTR has six collectively produced spoken word programs, provides a variety of spoken word training sessions and workshops, supports the production of high quality radio documentaries
and undergoes a variety of other initiatives related to spoken word programming. The Current Affairs Coordinators will support our current activities while establishing new initiatives to improve our ability to provide coverage for municipal current affairs.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Supporting and facilitating the creation of relevant, high quality local current affairs and spoken word programming
Coordinating, mentoring and supporting volunteers interested/involved in spoken word and current affairs programming
Create training resources that reflect best practices in current affairs programming,
including written and audio resources on ethical coverage of vulnerable and underrepresented populations.
Training and developing CiTR’s spoken word programmers through hands-on training, this includes creating and facilitating a weekly hour long current affairs
Creating a database that includes UBC departments, community organizations, municipal political institutions and individuals that will serve as points of
contact for story leads
Supporting our collectively produced spoken word programs
Leading a collectively produced weekly hour long program that summarizes major headlines from our current affairs programming
Creating a weekly newsletter style mailout of our headlines program
Coordinating and supporting CiTR volunteers in the production of a documentary series
Working with CiTR’s Volunteer Manager to coordinate and facilitate a workshop series for CiTR members and the greater public
Working with CiTR’s Volunteer Manager to coordinate and facilitate a panel discussion series on topics that are currently affecting the Lower Mainland community
The ideal candidate will have a degree in a relevant field or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
They will have proven skills in programming & journalism, broadcasting & broadcast equipment, and training and working with volunteers. They will be flexible, motivated, detail-oriented, approachable and have excellent communication skills.
Terms of Employment:
This is a one-year contract position funded by the Community Radio Fund of Canada, it will run from June 23, 2017 to
June 22, 2018. The position is 28 hours per week with a wage of $16.00/hour for a total salary of $23,296. The Student Radio Society of the University of British Columbia is an equal opportunity employer that encourages applicants from underrepresented groups.
To apply, forward a resume, cover letter, and examples of programming to Hugo Noriega, Station Manager,
Applications are due Sunday, June 18, 2017.
Registration for the 7th Aboriginal Math Symposium is now open. Registration link: tinyurl.com/7thAboriginalMathSymposium
Please join us for the 7th Aboriginal Math Symposium
Date: Thursday, May 11 2017
Venue: Sty-Wet-Tan Hall First Nations Longhouse UBC
Time: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Registration: $30 includes nourishment (continental breakfast, refreshments throughout the day, and an delicious lunch) and activity materials
Please direct questions about the symposium to: Kwesi Yaro: email@example.com
If you have food allergies or special requests please direct these to Kwesi Yaro before May 1 2017.
Please check the blog for updates:
Registration closes May 7 2017
Please share this email with colleagues and friends.
Thank you to our sponsors: First Nations House of Learning, UBC Indigenous Teacher Education Program (NITEP), Actuarial Foundation of Canada, Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS), UBC Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Indigenous Education Institute of Canada.
Download PDF Poster: Aboriginal Math Symposium
The First Nations and Indigenous Studies program would like to congratulate June Scudeler and Lindsay Lachance as the successful applicants for the 2016 Summer Sessional Lectureships in the teaching of the following FNIS courses:
FNIS 210 003 (3) Indigenous Politics and Self-Determination
Term 1 (May – June, 2016)
FNIS 220 003 (3) Representation and Indigenous Cultural Politics
Term 2 (July – August, 2016)
Original Post at First Nations & Indigenous Studies (Facebook Page)
CALL FOR PAPERS
CONCEPTUALIZING CHILDREN AND YOUTH CONFERENCE
Brock University – October 12-14, 2016
Brock University’s Department of Child and Youth Studies announces “Conceptualizing Children and Youth” a multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary conference. All disciplines, multidisciplinary, and transdisciplinary approaches to research within Child and Youth Studies are welcome. The Conference will be held October 12-14, 2016 at Brock University in St. Catharines Ontario.
The conference will include keynote speakers, special evening events, networking opportunities, and graduate student events. There will be highlighted sessions on child and youth engagement in sport/performance; child and youth health/mental health; diverse children and youth; education contexts; Indigenous children and youth research; social issues facing children and youth; transdisciplinary in child and youth research. There will also be additional dissemination opportunities.
To submit please complete the attached abstract form to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 28, 2016. Submissions may take the form of posters, individual papers, symposiums, or workshops. Notification of results will be communicated by June 30, 2016.
Dawn Zinga, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Child and Youth Studies, Brock University 905-688-5550, ext.3152, Cairns 325
Speakers will include:
- Dr. Cindy Blackstock – Reconciliation Means Not Saying Sorry Twice: Remedying Contemporary Inequalities in First Nations Children’s Health and Wellbeing
- Dr. Barry Lavallee – Removing Culture from Cultural Safety: Structural Challenges to Addressing Indigenous Health in Canada
- Dr. Ian Mosby – Hunger, Human Experimentation and the Legacy of Residential Schools