Tenured Chair and Associate/Full Professor Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Victoria. Due: Feb 28, 2017
- Be among the Top 5 American Indian Studies programs in the world
- Provide models and research to demonstrate the value and relevance of American Indian Studies scholarship in support of American Indian nations, organizations, leadership, and community
- Develop the growth of the graduate program
Participants Needed For a Study on the Supervision and Mentorship of Aboriginal Doctoral Students
I am looking for individuals to participate in a one-time interview to help me learn more about their experiences of supervision and mentorship during their doctoral studies.
- Any Aboriginal doctoral student (from any discipline) currently enrolled at a B.C. university (UBC, UNBC, SFU, UVIC)
- Any recent Aboriginal doctoral alumni (from any discipline) who has completed their doctoral qualifications at a B.C. university (UBC, UNBC, SFU, UVIC)
- Any former Aboriginal doctoral students who has withdrawn from a doctoral program at a B.C. university (UBC, UNBC, SFU, UVIC)
- Any faculty member (from any discipline) who has supervised an Aboriginal doctoral students(s) at a B.C. university (UBC, UNBC, SFU, UVIC)
- A university student service staff or administrator who has worked with Aboriginal graduate students at a B.C. university (UBC, UNBC, SFU, UVIC)
- At a public location that is convenient for you.
- At a time convenient for you.
1-2 hours of your time for an interview to share your thoughts and feelings about your experiences of supervision and mentorship in a doctoral program. After the interview, you will also be invited to identify current or former faculty committee members who may also wish to participate in the study.
Gift: You will receive an honorarium of $50, as well as bus tickets, and food.
Contact: Amy Parent, Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University
Who am I?
I am member of the Nisga’a Nation, my Nisga’a name is Nox Ayaa Wilt (Amy Parent) and I am from the House of Ni’isjoohl belonging to the Ganada (frog) Clan. On my father’s side, I am French and German. I am also a mother, sister and Aunty. My doctoral work inspired me to work with Aboriginal youth, communities, and research-intensive universities across British Columbia in order to identify proactive ways to transform Indigenous students’ transition to higher education. Much of my research is conducted in partnership with community organizations where I seek to build reciprocal relations between the university and B.C. Aboriginal communities. I have been a SAGE member for more than a decade and have been so appreciative of the mentorship, friendship and inspiration that I received from all the great people that I have met in the program. I am now an assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University. My research and teaching interests include: Aboriginal high school to university transitions, undergraduate to graduate transitions, Indigenous knowledge systems and methodologies, Indigenous doctoral programming and integrating Indigenous content into teacher education. I look forward to connecting with you soon!
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor Indigenous Studies (Tenure-track) – College of Education at the University of Oregon, Due: Nov. 30, 2015
College of Education
Closes: Open Until Filled
- Doctoral degree in education, human services, indigenous studies, or related fields.
- Demonstrated sustained and collaborative work with and in service to indigenous communities.
- Demonstrated productivity and creativity in a scholarly area relevant to indigenous education and/or counseling/human services.
- Evidence of ability to conduct research leading to peer reviewed publication.
- Evidence of ability to work with students and faculty in a variety of disciplines.
- Evidence of strong writing and communication skills.
- Demonstrated or potential for application of new and diverse methods and models of educational and human service research, including ethnic, cross-cultural, comparative, and/or international perspectives.
- Evidence of preparing teachers and/or human service professionals to serve linguistically, socially, and culturally diverse students and in particular NA/AN and First Nation students.
- Evidence of or potential for grant writing and conducting grant-funded research.
First Nations Studies Department
College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences
Assistant Professor (Tenure-track Position)
The University of Northern British Columbia is ranked as one of Canada’s best small research universities with a core campus in Prince George and regional campuses throughout northern BC. UNBC has long established partnerships with many First Nations Bands and Tribal Councils. There is a strong support system for students, including the First Nations Centre, an innovative Peer Support Network, the Northern Advancement Program and other academic and cultural bridging programs. Currently there are over 3500 students enrolled in more than 40 undergraduate and graduate UNBC degree programs throughout northern BC. For more information on the First Nations Studies Department, please visit http://www.unbc.ca/firstnations/.
Located in north-central BC, Prince George is a city of approximately 73,000 people with a range of cultural, educational, and recreational amenities. Prince George is a friendly community offering a wide range of outdoor activities including exceptional skiing, canoeing and kayaking, fly-fishing, hiking, and mountain biking. The lakes, forests and mountains of northern and central British Columbia offer an unparalleled natural environment in which to live and work. The city is also home to a symphony orchestra, professional theatre, a WHL hockey team, and a community college. For more information about living and working in Prince George please consult http://www.unbc.ca/experience for more information on working at UNBC please consult http://www.unbc.ca/provost/new_faculty.html.
The University of Northern British Columbia, in conjunction with the First Nations Studies Department, invites applications for an Assistant Professor (tenure-track position) with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2014. The First Nations Studies Department offers an interdisciplinary program that includes health, gender, governance, languages and culture. The Department seeks applicants with demonstrated research and teaching success in the areas of traditional ecological knowledge (TEK), traditional use studies, community research, and resource planning. The successful candidate will possess the knowledge and experience necessary to teach undergraduate and graduate courses as well as supervise graduate students. The successful candidate will contribute to the First Nations Studies Department mandate to foster understanding of the diversity and strengths of Aboriginal peoples in Canada and abroad. Candidates must have completed a PhD prior to the start date of July 1, 2014.
Applicants should include a letter indicating potential contributions to the department, curriculum vitae, one sample of scholarly work, and the names and addresses of three references (including telephone, fax, and email information) quoting competition # FAN10-13 to: The Office of the Provost, University of Northern British Columbia, 3333 University Way, Prince George, B.C., V2N 4Z9. Fax: (250) 960-5791. Please direct inquiries to: Dr. Ross Hoffman, Chair of the First Nations Studies Department, at Telephone (250) 960- 5242, Email <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This position is being advertised subject to budgetary approval. Electronic submissions of CVs can be forwarded to: FacultyRecruitment@unbc.ca.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. The University of Northern British Columbia is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.
Applications received on or before January 16, 2014, will receive full consideration; however applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Requisition Title: Assistant Professor – Gender and Indigeneity – 1301805
Job Field: Tenure Stream
Faculty / Division: Faculty of Arts and Science
Department: Women and Gender Studies Institute
Campus: St. George (downtown Toronto)
Job Posting: Nov 15, 2013
Job Closing: Jan 31, 2014 Open Until Filled
The Women and Gender Studies Institute (WGSI) at the University of Toronto invites applications for a tenure-stream appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor, with a focus on Gender and Indigeneity. The start date for the position will be July 1, 2014.
The successful candidate may work on Indigenous issues in a range of settings and geographical locations and will have an ability to set this work within a comparative and relational framework, with an understanding of Aboriginal/Indigenous issues in Canada strongly preferred. We are especially interested in intersectional research that grapples with gender, race, class, sexuality, religion and other important differences, research which draws on or is in conversation with critical transnational, diasporic, and post- and anti-colonial feminist scholarship. Candidates may apply from any disciplinary or interdisciplinary background. We particularly welcome applications from scholars with a commitment to community-based research and to working directly with Aboriginal/Indigenous communities, and an engagement with Indigenous methodologies, including storytelling and arts-based methodologies.
Applicants will have the opportunity to work closely with, and cross-list courses in, relevant affiliated departments, including Aboriginal Studies, but also African Studies, Canadian Studies, Caribbean Studies, Centre for the Study of the U.S., East Asian Studies, and/or Latin American Studies, as well as other departments.
Situated on or near the traditional territories of various First Nations, including the Anishinabe, the Haudenosaunee, and the Huron-Wendat, faculty at WGSI recognize the transcolonial and transnational links that extend throughout the Americas, and elsewhere, and the Indigenous political, social and cultural issues that have given rise to international Indigenous rights and decolonization movements. WGSI at the University of Toronto includes undergraduate and graduate programs, including a new Ph.D. program (www.wgsi.utoronto.ca). WGSI adopts a transnational approach to women and gender studies, an approach which speaks both to the distinctively global character of the city of Toronto, but also to anti- and post-colonial and transnational contexts throughout the world. The transnational perspective explores the global processes in which women’s and men’s lives, gender relations, gendered subjectivities and sexualities are situated. In particular, WGSI has distinctive strengths in the following five fields: (1) feminist anti- and post-colonial, diasporic and transnational studies; (2) gender, sexuality and queer studies; (3) cultural studies; (4) feminist studies of technology, science, environment and biomedicine; and (5) transnational political economy and development studies. WGSI is devoted to creative, conceptual and empirical research; critical pedagogy; collaborations with a broad group of affiliated faculty; and projects developed with a wide ranging collection of communities and other social justice actors.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. by date of appointment or shortly thereafter, with demonstrated excellence in teaching and research, and Indigenous community engagement. Duties consist of research and teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
All qualified candidates are invited to apply. Applications should include: a cover letter; curriculum vitae; statement outlining current and future research interests; one writing sample of no more than 50 pages; teaching dossier (including course outlines, and student evaluations, as well as a statement on teaching philosophy).
The UofT application system can accommodate up to five attachments (10 MB) per candidate profile; please combine attachments into one or two files in PDF/MS Word format. Submission guidelines can be found at: http://uoft.me/how-to-apply.
Applicants should also ask three referees to e-mail letters directly to the Director of WGSI at email@example.com by January 31, 2014.
We will begin reviewing applications on January 31, 2014, but will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.
If you have questions about this position, please contact the Director of WGSI at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about WGSI please visit our website at www.wgsi.utoronto.ca.