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Assistant Professor of Biology, Non-tenured track
Posted: Mar 25 2024
The College of Science and Mathematics, Biological Sciences department at Augusta University (AU), responding to enrollment growth in recent years, is actively seeking multiple candidates at the rank of Assistant Professor, anticipating beginning in the Fall of 2024. Primary duties include teaching AU students on topics in Biological Sciences courses such as Principles of Biology, Environmental Biology, and/ or Anatomy & Physiology.
Seeking Candidates for UNIDOS HSI Center Director
Posted: Feb 20 2024
The UNIDOS Center for HSI Community Coordination is seeking candidates to serve as the UNIDOS Center Director. This individual will be key to leading our efforts to elevate the exceptional work in STEM education happening at HSIs across the country. To apply: https://go.fiu.edu/UNIDOS-Director .
Public Health - FRI Research Assistant Professor
Posted: Dec 22 2023
The First-year Research Immersion (FRI) program at Binghamton University invites applications for a three-year renewable, full time non-tenure track Research Assistant Professor position for the Public Health research stream (open to individuals with appropriate background in Public Health, Epidemiology, Bioinformatics, Anthropology, Psychology, Data Science, Medical Sociology or other Public Health related fields). Review of applications will begin February 1st, 2024.
Biomedical Chemistry - FRI Research Assistant Professor
Posted: Dec 18 2023
The First-year Research Immersion (FRI) program at Binghamton University invites applications for a three-year renewable, full time non-tenure track Research Assistant Professor position for the Biomedical Chemistry research stream (open to Ph.D.'s with biochemistry, molecular biology, chemistry and/or pharmacology background). Review of applications will begin February 1st 2024.
Assistant Director, First-Year Research Immersion
Posted: Jan 13 2023
The First-year Research Immersion (FRI) program, a three-semester sequence of CUREs that enrolls 300 science and engineering first-year students each year, is searching for an assistant director. The assistant director will play a key role in planning, overseeing and tracking results of the FRI program as well as aid in imagining future program trajectories such as post-FRI experiences and program enhancements, which in turn will assist with overall recruitment, alumni relations, educational assessment and grant proposals.
SEA Change Deputy Director Search
Posted: Nov 4 2022
AAAS has an exciting opportunity for a Deputy Director to join our Inclusive STEMM Ecosystems for Equity & Diversity (ISEED) team. The Deputy Director provides team leadership, strategic direction, and operationalization for this initiative and reports to the Director of ISEED.
Program Officer in UGP
Posted: Jun 30 2022
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute is seeking to recruit a Program Officer who will join the Undergraduate and Graduate Programs group in Science Education.
Program Manager for Student Programs at Dartmouth
Posted: May 19 2022
This is a program manager position with the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning, focused on support, management, and coordination of our student programs, including leading the Learning Fellows Program - in-class student support of active learning, primarily in STEM courses.
Anti-Racism Resources for STEM Education Centers
Posted: Jun 26 2020

At NSEC 2020, we asked participants to share resources related to ending racism. This is a non-comprehensive crowd-sourced collection.

New free resource for leading change: The Science Education Initiative Handbook
Posted: Feb 12 2019
The Science Education Initiative Handbook has practical advice and a suite of resources for those leading initiatives, soliciting departmental proposals, department leaders organizing work with their faculty, or for postdocs or instructors partnering with faculty to make changes to their courses.
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