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Assistant Professor - School of Art - Art Education
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BGSU Main Campus
03/23/2021
04/23/2021
Ends at 11:59 pm Bowling Green, OH local time
Salary commensurate with education & experience

Assistant Professor in Art Education; full-time, tenure track. 

• Teach undergraduate introductory, intermediate, and advanced courses within the BFA in Art Education program in one or more of the following areas: Art & Visual Culture Education, Community Arts Education, Studio Art Methods, Visual Arts Content Literacy, Student Teaching, and other areas as needed;
• Teach graduate online MA in Art Education courses in the following areas: Art & Visual Culture Education, Community Arts Education & Service Learning, Research Methods, MA Project/Thesis, and other areas as needed; 
• Develop curriculum related to technology in art, visual arts content literacy, and design education;
• Contribute to the planning, maintenance, and periodic revision of Art Education curriculum;
• Work with BFA Art Education majors as an advisor and professional mentor;
• Maintain creative research, scholarship, and professional involvement in the field of Art Education;
• Assist with the development of teaching practicums and Community Arts Education internships;
• Serve as a Faculty Co-Mentor to the Student Art Education Association (SAEA) club; and,
• Participate in professional duties, activities, and service within the Division of Art Education, School of Art, University, and external community.

 

Minimum Qualifications
•  PhD or EdD in Art Education (ABDs may apply, but the requirements for the Doctoral degree must be completed before the start date);
•  Minimum three years of K-12 Visual Arts teaching experience;  
•  College-level teaching experience, either as a TA or instructor of record; 
•  Demonstrable record of achievement in scholarship (e.g., journal articles, conference presentations)

Preferred Qualifications 
•   Five years of experience teaching art in a K-12 public school setting;
•   Experience in student teacher supervision using the Educative Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA); 
•   Demonstrated experience teaching online courses; 
•   Experience working with diverse populations or integrating higher education with Community Arts Education;
•   MFA or equivalent degree (e.g., MDes) or recognized practice in the studio arts (e.g., work displayed in exhibitions or juried shows);
•   Syllabus or student work samples indicating the incorporation of technology, visual culture, contemporary studio practices, digital arts, or graphic design into Art Education curriculum;  
•   Minimum three years’ experience with administrative or other leadership roles.

Credentials Required for Application
Use HireTouch (https://bgsu.hiretouch.com/) to upload: letter of application; curriculum vitae; statement of research; teaching philosophy; two sample syllabi of courses taught; three sample teaching/course evaluations; contact information for three individuals who are willing to provide original letters of recommendation (dated within the past year); an unofficial transcript of terminal degree; a journal-length sample of scholarly writing (in PDF); a PDF containing 10–12 examples of personal artwork accompanied by descriptions; a PDF containing 10–12 examples of student work accompanied by descriptions. (Note: if file size exceeds 30 Mb, please provide a link to a site (e.g., Google Docs) where ONLY the information requested is available.) Applications that are not complete will not be reviewed. Links must not provide access to materials that are not requested as part of the application dossier. Background check and official transcripts required for employment.
 
Application Deadline: Monday, April 23, 2021 
 
Further Information:
 
For additional information, contact the Search Committee Chair:
Barbara Bergstrom, MFA, PhD (bjbergs@bgsu.edu or 419.372.7021)
Chair, Division of Art Education
School of Art 1000 Fine Arts Center
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH  43403
 
Information about the Division of Art Education
 
With a 100% placement rate of graduates over recent years, the Division of Art Education offers three programs: BFA in Art Education, MA in Art Education, and a minor in Community Arts Education. The program’s curricula engage students with the goals of Literacy Achievement, Social Emotional Learning, and Visual Arts Content Standards while honoring the multifaceted diversity of today’s Visual Culture. The approximately 90 undergraduate and 10 graduate students who comprise BGSU’s programs in Art Education are highly pursued by Ohio’s PK-12 Principals and those in leadership positions at area Community Arts-based Institutions. Additional information about the programs in Art Education at BGSU may be found at https://www.bgsu.edu/arts-and-sciences/school-of-art/undergraduate-programs/art-education.html. 
 
Information about the School of Art and University
The School of Art (NASAD-accredited) consists of the Divisions of Art Education, Art History, Digital Arts, Graphic Design, and Studio Arts. The School has a current enrollment of 520 undergraduate majors and 32 full and part time graduate students, taught by 34 full-time faculty members. The School offers BFA degrees in Studio Art, Graphic Design, Digital Arts and Art Education, and BA degrees in Art and Art History. Graduate degrees include an MFA (with specializations in Two-Dimensional Studies, Three-Dimensional Studies and Digital Arts), an MA in Art History and an online MA in Art Education. In addition, this coming fall the School will begin accepting students into a newly established online MDes program. 
 
We seek to instill in our students a belief that good work, in whatever medium or format, positively affects the world around it. School of Art students and faculty demonstrate their commitment to the Public Good by offering their skills and capacities to a wide range of impactful community projects and partnerships. The School of Art recognizes the extraordinary range of backgrounds, cultures, perspectives, work styles, education, rank, skills, and experiences integral to the advancement of culture through art and design practices. We approach inclusion as a collaborative and ongoing process leading to an ever stronger and more vibrant learning community. More information about the School of Art and its programs may be found at http://www.bgsu.edu/art.
 
Bowling Green State University is a high-research, residential institution located in northwest Ohio approximately 20 miles south of Toledo, 75 miles south of Ann Arbor/Detroit and 110 miles west of Cleveland. BGSU offers more than 200 undergraduate majors and programs, 47 master’s degree programs and 17 doctoral degree programs. Based on a strong commitment to first year student success, US News recently named BGSU as a top public university. Approximately 20,000 (including 2900 graduate students) attend BGSU, with 17% identifying as persons of color. Of BGSU’s 1200 faculty members, 13% identify as persons of color. The Division of Diversity and Belonging coordinates affinity groups for faculty and staff who identify as persons of color, LatinX, LGBTQ+ and as persons with disabilities. The University is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. 
 
Bowling Green State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer. We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment and strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities regardless of age, gender identity, genetic information, religion, or sexual orientation.
 
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Assistant Professor in Art Education. Full-time, tenure track. Competitive salary with full benefits. Minimum Qualifications: PhD or EdD in Art Education (ABDs may apply, but the requirements for the Doctoral degree must be completed before the start date); minimum three years of K-12 Visual Arts teaching experience; college-level teaching experience, (either as a TA or instructor of record); demonstrable record of achievement in scholarship (e.g., journal articles, conference presentations). Preferred Qualifications: Five years of experience teaching art in a K-12 public school setting; experience in student teacher supervision using the Educative Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA); demonstrated experience teaching online courses; experience working with diverse populations or integrating higher education with Community Arts Education; MFA or equivalent degree (e.g., MDes) or recognized practice in the studio arts (e.g., work displayed in exhibitions or juried shows); syllabus or student work samples indicating the incorporation of technology, visual culture, contemporary studio practices, digital arts, or graphic design into Art Education curriculum; minimum three years’ experience with administrative or other leadership roles. Essential Duties: Teach courses within the BFA in Art Education program in one or more of the following areas: Art & Visual Culture Education, Community Arts Education, Studio Art Methods, Visual Arts Content Literacy, Student Teaching, and other areas as needed; teach graduate online MA in Art Education courses in the following areas: Art & Visual Culture Education, Community Arts Education & Service Learning, Research Methods, MA Project/Thesis, and other areas as needed; develop curriculum related to technology in art, visual arts content literacy, and design education; contribute to the planning, maintenance, and periodic revision of Art Education curriculum; work with BFA Art Education majors as an advisor and professional mentor; maintain creative research, scholarship, and professional involvement in the field of Art Education; assist with the development of teaching practicums and Community Arts Education internships; serve as a Faculty Co-Mentor to the Student Art Education Association (SAEA) club; and, participate in professional duties, activities, and service within the Division of Art Education, School of Art, University, and external community. Start date August 2021. Application deadline April 23, 2021. Use HireTouch (https://bgsu.hiretouch.com/) to upload: letter of application; curriculum vitae; statement of research; teaching philosophy; two sample syllabi of courses taught; three sample teaching/course evaluations; contact information for three individuals who are willing to provide original letters of recommendation (dated within the past year); an unofficial transcript of terminal degree; a journal-length sample of scholarly writing (in PDF); a PDF containing 10–12 examples of personal artwork accompanied by descriptions; a PDF containing 10–12 examples of student work accompanied by descriptions. (Note: if file size exceeds 30 Mb, please provide a link to a site (e.g., Google Docs) where ONLY the information requested is available.) Applications that are not complete will not be reviewed. Links must not provide access to materials that are not requested as part of the application dossier. Background check and official transcripts required for employment.

Bowling Green State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer. We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment and strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities regardless of age, gender identity, genetic information, religion, or sexual orientation. If you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for this position, please call 419-372-8421.

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