University of California, San Diego
EDUCATION ABROAD PROGRAM
February 8, 2000
ACADEMIC SENATE MEMBERS
SUBJECT: EAP-OPENING FOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR-ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
The Associate Director position application deadline has been extended to March 1, 2000. Interested applicants should be aware that residency in Santa Barbara is not required for this position, although travel to UOEAP, UC campuses, and abroad will be necessary.
The Education Abroad Program (EAP) of the University of California is seeking an Associate Director, Academic Affairs (ADAA). EAP is an academic program on each of the nine campuses of the University. It annually sends over 2000 UC students abroad to study at more than 120 partner institutions in some 35 countries. Its instruction spans twenty foreign languages. Each year the University hosts approximately 750 international students from EAP partner institutions.
Within a Universitywide program and office that stresses consultative and collaborative planning and decision-making, the ADAA leads in formulating, promulgating, interpreting and promoting consistent and even handed standards of academic quality and rigor across programs. Consistent with these overall goals, the ADAA promotes efficiency, timeliness and responsiveness in day to day course approval, grading and petition processes. The ADAA position reports to EAP's Universitywide Director and serves as the "instructor of record" for EAP programs with final responsibility for the determination of course grades.
The ADAA provides leadership in the generation of academic policy, development of new and revision of existing instructional programs and the administration of academic personnel processes such as the recruitment of Study Center Directors. In so doing, the ADAA works closely with the Academic Senate's University Committee on the Education Abroad Program (UCEAP).
The ADAA must be a tenured member of the UC Academic Senate. He or she may be a current faculty member or recent retiree. Previous experience with EAP on a campus or abroad is a plus but not a prerequisite.
The appointment is for a two-year term, subject to a possible renewal for a second two-year term by mutual agreement with the Universitywide Director. The appointment is for the academic years 2000-2001 and 2001-2002, and commences July 1, 2000.
Please send your letter of application or nomination (including curriculum vitae) to the Search Committee for Associate Director, Academic Affairs, c/o Professor John A. Marcum, Universitywide Director, Education Abroad Program, EAP Universitywide Office, University of California, Santa Barbara CA 93106-1140. The application deadline is March 1, 2000. Proof of citizenship or eligibility for US employment is required.
UC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, staff and student body and welcomes applications from minorities, women and persons with disabilities.