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Applications Being Accepted for Resident Faculty Position

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    Applications are now being accepted for a resident faculty associate master position on the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus. Reporting to the senior vice provost and dean of undergraduate education, the resident faculty associate master serves as a positive and visible member of a residential college community. The master’s primary role is to provide academic advising and academic mentoring to resident students.  In addition, the master collaborates with college staff to help plan and implement educational, academic, social, and cultural programs while serving as a role model, advisor, and leader in the residential community.

    Candidates should preferably be a full-time faculty member and have a minimum of two to three years of university teaching experience and demonstrated experience in academic advising and mentoring. Applicants should be student centered, innovative, capable of collaborating with residence life staff, willing to work with students and build sustainable links between curricular and co-curricular experiences, and have a knowledge and understanding of a large urban research university. Candidates also should be familiar with the University of Miami’s residential college system, the educational mission of the University, issues facing today’s college students, and be able to relate and communicate with college students. They should possess strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with students and residential college staff.

    How to Apply
    1. Review the Resident Faculty Request for Proposal at the Department of Housing and Residential Life website at

    2. Submit a resume/curriculum vitae.

    3. Submit a proposal no longer than five pages describing the following:

    a) strategies for providing resident students with effective academic advising and mentoring;

    b) suggestions for initiatives that have a defined educational purpose and can achieve meaningful and assessable educational goals;

    c) how you would collaborate with residential college staff to enhance student learning, development, and academic success;

    d) how you would work effectively with other faculty in the residential colleges to improve student learning and academic success.

    Completed applications must be received by Friday, April 19. Please send completed applications: Senior Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education, 240 Ashe Building, Coral Gables, Florida 33146, or via email to [email protected].


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