Full-Time Instructor or Assistant Professor of Cultural Entrepreneurship, University of Minnesota Duluth
University of Minnesota, Duluth
May 22, 2018
<p><b id="docs-internal-guid-58e4f6b1-6542-1558-87a7-19fbfcf80c8f">The Cultural Entrepreneurship program in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota Duluth, has a Full-time Term Instructor or Assistant Professor position in Cultural Entrepreneurship available beginning August 20, 2018. Job duties and responsibilities include teaching Culture and Creative Entrepreneurship courses, advising, and professional/university service. Current teaching load is 3/4 for a total of 21 credits. </b></p><p><meta charset="utf-8" /></p><p dir="ltr"><b id="docs-internal-guid-58e4f6b1-6542-1558-87a7-19fbfcf80c8f">Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply for the first of its kind Cultural Entrepreneurship BA program in the United States. This is an interdisciplinary program combining entrepreneurial ideas with the intellectual rigor and expertise of the Liberal Arts. The degree program housed in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, is seeking an individual with a sound liberal arts grounding and area(s) of specialization described below. We are dedicated to integrating liberal education, research, creative activity and public engagement preparing students to become life-long learners and globally engaged citizens. For more information about the Cultural Entrepreneurship program and the major, go to https://cla.d.umn.edu/departments/world-languages-and-cultures/cue.</b></p><p dir="ltr"> </p>
<p><b>Required qualifications: <b id="m_8596920538905614618gmail-docs-internal-guid-093a4804-1e06-c4c4-0d1c-b02bc87e34dd">a) MA, MS, MFA or MBA with at least two areas of emphasis from among management; humanities, arts and cultures; and nonprofit organizations from a regionally accredited institution or equivalent by December 31, 2017; b) evidence of strong teaching credentials; c) minimum of two years teaching experience at college level; d) strong written communication skills. </b></b></p><p><b><b>Preferred qualifications: <b id="m_8596920538905614618gmail-docs-internal-guid-e7166a22-1e07-b6d7-6010-a7b507462554"> a) Ph.D. in one of the areas listed above b) demonstrated ability to teach courses in nonprofit management, arts and cultures, cultural economics, creativity and design thinking at the college level that can contribute to the Cultural Entrepreneurship program; c) appreciation for world languages and cultures; d) knowledge of contemporary pedagogy; e) strong oral or interpersonal skills that support successful teaching; f) local, state or national level community networks; g) work experience in nonprofit organizations; and h) ability to support one or more of UMD’s campus goals.</b></b></b></p><p><b id="docs-internal-guid-138d8802-6543-6b00-50da-d8dcc82432a2">The University of Minnesota Duluth is committed to increasing the diversity of the college community and curriculum. Candidates who can contribute to UMD Goal 2 – equity, diversity, inclusion and social justice – are encouraged to apply and identify their strengths and experiences in this area. Please see: <a href="http://d.umn.edu/chancellor/planning/vg2.html">http://d.umn.edu/chancellor/planning/vg2.html</a>. The University of Minnesota requires that you apply online for this position. For a complete position description and information on how to apply online, visit https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs, and search for job requisition number 323994. Complete applications will be reviewed beginning June 20, 2018. </b></p>
Internal Number: 323994
About University of Minnesota, Duluth
The University of Minnesota Duluth integrates liberal education, research, creative activity, and public engagement and prepares students to thrive as lifelong learners and globally engaged citizens.