Connecticut College seeks its next Dean of Institutional Equity and Inclusion – a visionary leader, superb communicator and integral community member to build on its strong educational vision and raise it to the next level of excellence as a national leader in purpose-driven, integrative, equity-minded education.
The dean of institutional equity and inclusion is a vital member of the President’s cabinet who, with a talented team of professional staff, oversees the education, development, and sustenance of a just campus community. Serving as the College’s chief diversity officer, has one of the broadest portfolios of all the senior leaders in the cabinet and works closely with colleagues in the senior administration to advance equity, inclusion, and full participation in every aspect of the educational, residential, and professional life of the College.
Inquiries are invited from all qualified parties. Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, materials should be received no later than October 4, 2021. Read the leadership profile here.
Iowa State University, a place where adventurous minds are encouraged to accomplish amazing things, is classified as a Carnegie Foundation Doctoral/Research University-Extensive and ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top public universities in the nation. The new vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion will:
- serve as the university’s chief diversity officer and advise senior leadership about strategic diversity planning and implementation efforts that advance the university’s mission and vision;
- collaborate with key university stakeholders to enhance the coordination of current cultural and educational programs that increase awareness, appreciation, and engagement for diversity and inclusion for students, staff, and faculty;
- develop initiatives to increase institutional diversity of faculty, staff, and students through recruitment, retention, and development of underrepresented populations;
- serve as an advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion within the university, and the community.
Review of applications will begin on October 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.
See the full announcement, qualifications, and application instructions.
The College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) seeks an inaugural associate dean for inclusion, equity, and diversity who will report to the dean of the college, serve on the dean’s senior leadership team, and lead efforts to further the college’s aspiration to become a national model of inclusive excellence in engineering; oversee the newly reconfigured Office of Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity in Engineering; and develop strategies to build greater diversity among the college’s students, faculty, and staff, and increase student retention and success across the college’s educational pipeline among other duties.
Founded in 1848, UW-Madison is both the oldest and largest university in the state of Wisconsin as well as the state’s flagship public land-grant university. The UW-Madison College of Engineering, among the nation’s top engineering colleges, is recognized as a powerhouse in research, teaching, and service. The college enrolls more than 6,000 students and offers 13 undergraduate majors, nine graduate majors, and one of the nation’s oldest and largest continuing education programs for professional engineers.
Review of applications will continue until the position is filled; complete applications received by October 8, 2021, will be assured full consideration.
Please see the full announcement, qualifications, and application instructions here.
The University of Louisville (UofL), one of the nation’s leading metropolitan research universities, seeks a vice president for diversity and equity who will:
- report directly to President Neeli Bendapudi and serve as a member of the President’s Cabinet, Senior Leadership Team, and other key institutional committees;
- provide leadership to create and maintain a campus environment that reflects UofL’s mission, vision, and values as a premier anti-racist metropolitan research university;
- articulate a clear and common vision to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusion-oriented culture across the institution;
- lead and advance initiatives and partnering with administrative and academic units to build stronger relationships among key constituencies; and
- lead efforts to assess the impact, effectiveness, and efficiency of current and proposed diversity and equity programs.
Review of applications will continue until the position is filled; complete applications received by September 30, 2021, will be assured full consideration. See the full announcement, qualifications, and application instructions here.
The University at Albany SUNY seeks an inspiring leader to provide administrative and programmatic leadership for student success in the Educational Opportunities Program (EOP). The Program provides admission and support for economically and educationally disadvantaged students who are residents of New York State and wish to enroll in one of UAlbany’s many undergraduate degree programs. The ultimate goal of EOP is to make higher education possible for students who lack the normal credentials for college admission, but who have the potential and motivation for academic success. While students and families are expected to assist themselves financially as much as possible, the university recognizes that most students admitted to EOP require substantial support from grants, scholarships, loans, and jobs. The Program provides support services designed to help students who need assistance in academic, financial, social, and personal matters.
The Director is responsible for all aspects of the Program’s general operations, programming, fundraising, and involvement in University activities and initiatives. S/he will be committed to integrating the Program into the University’s overall educational mission and supporting the Program’s contribution to the strategic plan. The Director is responsible for day-to-day operations and for developing and managing the Program’s annual budget. The EOP annual budget sums to $3.6 million for staff salaries, direct aid, tutoring, summer orientation, and special projects.
The Director supervises a staff of 17 full and part-time employees (16.4 FTE), including seven counselors, eight instructors, an office manager, and a part-time fiscal officer. Graduate and undergraduate student assistants are also involved as study group facilitators, tutors, and program aides. This position reports to the Senior Vice Provost and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Please apply online. Closing date for receipt of applications: September 6, 2021