The UAA Alaska Native Studies Program invites applications for a Multi-Cultural Post-Doctoral Fellow to begin August, 2018. This is a 9 month appointment (August to May) with a 3 month contract extension during the summer. This appointment may be renewed for up to an additional two years.
Evidence of a potential for successful teaching, service, and research activity.
• Ability to engage and collaborate effectively with Alaska Native and diverse communities in the Anchorage/southcentral Alaska area.
• An interest and aptitude for event programming (conferences/symposia/festivals).
• One-year experience of teaching at the college/university level or demonstrate via syllabus design the potential for strong teaching.
• Experience with successful event programming (conferences/symposia/festivals) and community building.
• Candidates with a strong background in both research and teaching are especially encouraged to apply.
Final curatorial tour for the Salish Weaving exhibition Thursday April 12 from 7-8pm, FREE with museum admission (admission is FREE for UBC students and all Indigenous people!).
Closing day and fashion show for the exhibition The Fabric of Our Land will be April 15, beginning at 1pm.
For more information visit: https://moa.ubc.ca/event/curator-tour-of-the-fabric-of-our-land-salish-weaving/
There are only a few days left before the 16th Annual Indigenous Graduate Student Symposium (IGSS). This year focuses on the Indigenous graduate student experience, with a highlight of our keynote speaker; Dr. Leroy Little Bear.
Limited tickets are still available, register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/16th-annual-indigenous-graduate-student-symposium-tickets-42581010950?ref=estw
Here is this year’s final program. As part of our efforts to be a sustainable and environmentally-friendly initiative, we encourage you to save the program to your mobile devices instead of printing.
We hope to see you there!
· Assessment and reporting practices
· Practicing teacher research
· New curriculum practices
· Inquiry as a method of teaching
· Inclusive education practices
· Including Indigenous education practices
· Mentoring practices
· Social and emotional learning
· Mental Health
Applications are invited from Indigenous scholars (e.g., First Nations, Métis, Inuit) for the Indigenous Business Scholar tenure-track position in the I. H. Asper School of Business at the University of Manitoba. The appointment will be at the rank of assistant, associate or full professor, depending on the qualifications of the candidate. The appointment start date is July 1, 2018, or as soon thereafter as possible. The budget for this position has been approved. This position is designated for Indigenous candidates; preference will be given to scholars who are of Canadian Indigenous (i.e., First Nation, Métis or Inuit) background, and specialize in topics relevant to Indigenous experience in the business disciplines. We will also consider scholars who are of American Indigenous background (i.e., Turtle Island).
A review of applications will begin on April 09 2018, but we will continue to accept applications until the position is filled. Please submit application package by email to Tracy Foster at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please address your application materials to: Dr. Wenlong Yuan, Search Committee Chair I.H. Please address your application materials to: Dr. Wenlong Yuan, Search Committee Chair I.H. Asper School of Business Room 426 Drake Centre University of Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3T 5V4
Call for book chapters- On Indian Ground: A Return to Indigenous Knowledge-Generating Hope, Leadership and Sovereignty through Education (Due February 28, 2018)
Objective: An easy reading volume that focuses on a specific geographic region and the tribes residing within that region to be used by practitioners and researchers who work with Indian people.
Chapter topics may include: History, Policy/Politics/Law, Tribal Departments of Education, Early Childhood, K-12 Best Practices, Language Revitalization, Post-Secondary, Exceptional Education, Curriculum Assessment, Counseling, Technology, Funding/Finance, Parents & Community Efforts, Research & Evaluation, and other topics.
Please note we will use APA stylesheet with double spacing. It is helpful if you would name your electronic files as follows:
Tenure Track Associate Professor, Program Director- Indigenous Studies (University of Victoria): Due February 23, 2018
Program Director, Indigenous Studies
Faculty of Humanities
The Faculty of Humanities seeks a Program Director to provide leadership for the newly formed undergraduate Major in Indigenous Studies. Applications are invited for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Associate Professor in Indigenous Studies; the successful applicant will serve as Director for a fixed period of 5 years.
The Faculty of Humanities is seeking an outstanding scholar to provide leadership for the new Major in Indigenous Studies and the existing Minor in Indigenous Studies. The successful candidate will have:
- a Ph.D. in Indigenous Studies or a related Humanities discipline with teaching and research expertise in Indigenous Studies;
- demonstrable leadership experience or the potential to take on a leadership position that is committed to student success, community relationship building, and program growth;
- a research record in Indigenous research methodologies premised on collaborative and principled engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities;
- evidence of teaching excellence that is grounded in Indigenous pedagogies and practices;
- a commitment to supervise and mentor students in order to support their success.
Application Deadline: February 23, 2018
For more information and to apply, visit: https://www.uvic.ca/opportunities/faculty-librarian/current/HUMS%20250-066.php