Position Information

Associate Professor and Program Director in Student Affairs Administration
The Student Affairs Administration (SAA) graduate preparation program is an in-person, cohort-based, 45 credit hour program. The curriculum is designed to provide students with foundational knowledge and practice of student affairs and complies with the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) Guidelines for Master’s Level Higher Education and Student Affairs Professional Preparation Programs (2019). The curriculum is framed around the ACPA/NASPA (2015, 2016) Competencies for Student Affairs Educators. Our faculty and educational partners (e.g., supervisors of graduate assistants, practicums, & internships) infuse critical theory and social justice content across the program curriculum and experiences. The signature of the SAA curriculum is an applied learning approach that allows students to graduate with over 1700 hours of working with students, colleagues, and groups through a required assistantship, practicum, and internship.

We are seeking a colleague to assume the Program Director role for a minimum three-year term; teach courses in person, on campus in the MA SAA program; advise master’s degree students, provide service to the program, department, Reich College of Education (RCOE), university, and field of student affairs and higher education; and conduct research and publish scholarship.

Position: Associate Professor and Program Director in Student Affairs Administration
Organization: Appalachian State University
Location: Boone,  NC 
United States
Posting Start Date: 11/24/2022
Date Posted: 11/24/2022
  • Earned doctoral degree in Higher Education Administration or Leadership or closely related area.
  • Demonstrated experience (6 or more years) of teaching graduate-level courses in student affairs/higher education.
  • Evidence of engaging instructional assignments and syllabi that are current and relevant to today’s student population.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Commitment to mentoring and advising students with varied interests and career aspirations.
  • Evidence of a strong record of scholarly productivity and a robust research agenda in student affairs/higher education.
  • Active participation and service in regional, or national associations.
Status: This listing expires on: 1/23/2023
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Organization Information
Appalachian State University
Reich College of Education, ASU Box 32075
151 College Street
Boone,  NC 28608
United States
(828) 262-6067
Dr. Diane Waryold, Search Committee Chair

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