OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR -
January 28, 2014
ALL ACADEMICS, STAFF AND STUDENTS AT UC SAN DIEGO
An international search for a new Dean of the Division of Arts and Humanities is now commencing, and we are pleased to invite applications and nominations for this position.
The Dean is responsible for providing academic, intellectual, and administrative leadership to the Division of Arts and Humanities and promotes excellence in all aspects of the School's research, teaching, and service missions. Successful candidates should have a distinguished record of scholarship, teaching, and service appropriate for appointment as a tenured senior professor at UC San Diego. They should also have a demonstrated commitment to education; prior experience in academic administration; a proven record in fundraising and financial management; strong demonstrated accomplishments in areas contributing to diversity, equity and inclusion; and a desire to play a leadership role in advancing UC San Diego's commitment to be a model student-centered, research-oriented, service-oriented world class public university.
The membership of the Search Advisory Committee, which will be chaired by Charles Oates, Professor of Theatre and Dance, is given below. The Search Advisory Committee is charged with conducting an international search, identifying and presenting suitable candidates for interview by the Committee, and helping to develop a short list of diverse, qualified candidates who will be invited to visit the campus. We will solicit and consider input from everyone who participates in the selection process and will make the final determination about the successful candidate.
The Search Advisory Committee will begin reviewing candidates in March and will continue until the position is filled. The Isaacson, Miller search firm has been engaged to assist with this important recruitment, and all candidate materials will be sent directly to the firm. Nominations and applications (e.g. CV, letter of introduction or biographical summary that includes the individual's contributions to diversity) can be sent in confidence to the Search Advisory Committee Chair Charles Oates, c/o:
Mr. David J. Bellshaw
For additional information regarding the search, please visit:
The Committee's membership includes:
*Professor Patrick Anderson (Communication/Critical Gender Studies)
We are grateful to all members of the committee for their assistance in this most important search.