Tenure-Track/Tenured Faculty Position (Full-Time, Open Rank)
Open-Rank, Tenure-Track/Tenured Faculty Position
The Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Howard University is seeking to fill an open-rank tenure-track faculty position in the Higher Education Leadership and Policy Studies (HELPS) program. We are especially interested in candidates whose research is quantitative in nature and can teach courses related to Minority-Serving Institutions, specifically on the topics of executive leadership, higher education finance, or philanthropy. The successful candidate will teach in the Ph.D. program in Higher Education Leadership and Policy Studies (HELPS). Major responsibilities include: teaching graduate courses; sustaining a program of scholarship and publication; advising students; supervising dissertations; serving on school and university committees and other professional service activities.
Howard University, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
The Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS) at Howard University consist of two nationally recognized degree programs: Master of Educational Leadership, Doctor of Educational Leadership, and one certificate program. In 2017, the Department added a Doctor of Philosophy program in Higher Education Leadership and Policy Studies (HELPS), which is rapidly gaining national recognition and prominence. The programs in ELPS are designed to prepare students to become educational leaders and policy professionals. The programs reflect Howard University’s commitment to addressing the needs of urban and diverse communities with a deep-rooted focus on social justice. We seek candidates who are committed to these same ideals and wish to contribute to our learning community.
Howard University Howard University is a federally chartered, private, coeducational, nonsectarian, Historically Black University in Washington, D.C. It has a Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education status of RU/H: Research Universities (high research activity). Howard University’s commitment to preparing educational leaders dates back to 1890. The School of Education seeks to improve and expand educational opportunity and access, particularly for African Americans and other underserved communities with a strong institutional commitment and capacity for advancing educational leadership preparation, research, and practice.