Seeking Director of STEM Education and Outreach at James Madison University

published Dec 13, 2017 9:56am
James Madison University is seeking a Director for its Center for STEM Education and Outreach, in the College of Science and Mathematics. The Center, founded in 2008, is transitioning from part-time leadership to a full-time director in order to bolster high-quality science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education for all K-16 students. The STEM Center works with JMU students, K-12 educators, university faculty and staff, parents, policymakers, and the general public by supporting high quality curriculum and professional development and sharing the many resources of JMU (i.e. facilities, time, faculty, staff, and students) with schools across Virginia. The STEM Center serves to collaborate and connect on campus faculty, staff, students as well as K-12 educational partners with internal and external partners on sponsored projects to improve STEM learning and teaching.

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In lieu of replying to this posting directly with any questions that arise, please contact Anthony Tongen, Associate Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics, at