Sixth College Culture, Art and Technology Program Lecturer Recruitment (AY 2016-17) 8/10/2016

University of California - San Diego La Jolla, CA

Company
University of California - San Diego
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
JPF01145-SD-La Jolla
AJE Ref #
575838951
Location
La Jolla, CA
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular
Education
Doctoral Degree

JOB DESCRIPTION

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SIXTH COLLEGE CULTURE, ART AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM LECTURER RECRUITMENT (AY 2016-17)

Job #JPF01145

* Colleges - SIXTH COLLEGE ACAD. AFFAIRS

RECRUITMENT PERIOD

Open date: July 21st, 2016
Last review date: November 21st, 2016
Applications received after this date will be reviewed by the search committee if the position has not yet been filled. Final date: March 31st, 2017
Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.

DESCRIPTION

Sixth College's Culture, Art and Technology Program at the University of California, San Diego is committed to building an excellent and diverse faculty, staff, and student body, and invites applications from candidates whose experience has prepared them to contribute to our commitment.The Culture, Art and Technology Program is part of UCSD s Sixth College Academic Programs. It encompasses the lower-division core sequence of freshman writing classes, an upper-division writing course, and the college's experiential learning requirement or Practicum. The lower- division sequence is required for all first-year students and is an interdisciplinary exploration of how aspects of human culture shape and mediate our interactions with our environment and with each other. Entering students will enroll in CAT 1, 2, and 3 in the Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters (respectively) of their first year. The upper-division writing requirement, CAT 125, is a class in public rhetoric and practical communication that prepares students for success beyond UCSD by developing their proficiency in public presentation. The Practicum is an upper-division general education requirement unique to Sixth College; students complete a course that has an experiential, service-learning, or community-based component to its curriculum.

The major learning objectives for students throughout the writing sequence are:
* CAT 1: summarize academic arguments; use writing and reading for inquiry, learning, thinking, and communicating; identify and explicate a text s purpose and argument; read and write in several genres

* CAT 2: identify and understand arguments, both explicit and implicit; understand how different kinds of arguments are constructed, how visual arguments persuade, and why some parts of an argument might not be visible or open to debate; develop an ability to read, understand, and critique arguments and assumptions in texts in diverse genres including, when appropriate, multi-media texts; establish a controlling idea and support it effectively and fairly; identify and respond effectively to plausible counterarguments to one s own positions.

* CAT 3: develop an ability to read, understand, and critique arguments and assumptions in texts in diverse genres including, when appropriate, multi-media texts; identify the value and differences pf potential resources in a variety of formats (e.g. multimedia, database, website, data set, audio/visual, book); understand the collaborative and social aspects of writing processes; write in several genres such as summaries or annotated bibliographies, thesis-driven essays, and original academic research

* CAT 125: develop increased experience and proficiency in public presentation, documentation, and curation; direct written, spoken, or digital compositions to multiple audiences; examine their own authority as writers and understand how different genres and citation conventions are appropriate for establishing credibility in different contexts; compose written work that supports and extends their own experiential learning

For the database of previous CAT syllabi, see http://sixth.ucsd.edu/cat/courses/syllabi.html

The successful applicant should have:
* Ph.D., M.F.A., Ed.D, or other terminal degree in a pertinent field
* Solid teaching experience
* Demonstrated strong leadership or commitment to support diversity, equity, and inclusion in an academic setting

Previous teaching experience in the CAT Program highly preferred but not required. Select candidates will be invited for an interview and to give a brief 30 minute presentation that (a) delivers a sample lecture on a topic of their choosing for a possible future CAT course of their own design and (b) discusses how their proposed assignment and course fulfill the learning objectives set forth by the program.

In an effort to diversify and expand our lecturer pool, the CAT program invites applicants interested in joining the pool to submit the following for consideration:

* Cover Letter discussing pertinent teaching experience and teaching philosophy

* Updated CV/Resume

* Prompt for a major assignment you would like to propose to include in either a lower division CAT 1-3 course or an upper division CAT 125 with brief discussion (roughly 500 words) of how the assignment fulfills CAT program learning objectives

* Personal contributions to diversity description (See http://facultyequity.ucsd.edu/Faculty-Applicant-C2D-Info.asp for further assistance.)

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status.

JOB LOCATION

La Jolla, CA

LEARN MORE

More information about this recruitment: http://sixth.ucsd.edu/cat/

REQUIREMENTS

Documents

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Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
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Cover Letter (Optional)
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Statement of Research (Optional)
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Statement of Teaching
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Contributions to Diversity Description - Please describe any teaching strategies you currently use or plan to use to foster a diverse and inclusive learning experience, and to enable all students to excel and fully participate in the learning process.
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Prompt for proposed major course assignment - Prompt for a major assignment you would like to propose to include in either a lower division CAT 1-3 course or an upper division CAT 125 with brief discussion (roughly 500 words) of how the assignment fulfills CAT program learning objectives
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Misc / Additional (Optional)

References

2-5 letters of reference required