TWO Full-Time, Tenure-Track Faculty Positions: 

Critical Multicultural Education, Social Justice Education, Ethnic Studies, UNLV, College of Education, Department of Teaching and Learning

Position #1: History of Black Education Focus

Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies, International Education, and Multicultural Education (CSIEME) [R0127049], Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

The ideal scholar-practitioner candidate for the position will have a line of research and teaching expertise in the history of U.S.-based Black education and a record of community-embedded engagement with Black youth and families, that might also include prowess in Critical Emergent Research Methods, education-related U.S. Civil Rights History and related contemporary realities, Ethnic Studies-informed Critical Multicultural Education, educational justice, emancipatory education, and family geographies/community ecologies.

APPLY HERE: https://nshe.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UNLV-External/job/UNLV1-Maryland-Campus/Cultural-Studies–Assistant-Professor–International-Education-and-Multicultural-Education–R0127049-_R0127049

Position #2: Racial Equity and Social Justice (RESJ) Cluster Hire

Assistant OR Associate Professor of Cultural Studies, International Education, and Multicultural Education (CSIEME) [R0127493], Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

The ideal scholar-practitioner candidate for the position will have a line of research and teaching expertise in the history of U.S.-based Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and/or Southeast Asian education and a record of community-embedded engagement with Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and/or Southeast Asian American youth and families, that might also include prowess in critical/emergent/advocacy-minded, primarily qualitative, research methods and analytical frameworks, including intersectionally-conscious Critical Race Theory, Women of Color feminisms, and Queer of Color critiques, to unpack and seek durable, restorative solutions to the eradication of barriers to access, equity, and excellence in the PK-20+ educational experiences of historically and persistently marginalized and minoritized students, especially in Nevada.

UNLV seeks to recruit and retain a racially, ethnically, and linguistically diverse workforce as a reflection of its Minority Serving Institution (MSI), Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), and Asian American, Native American, and Pacific Islander Serving Institution (ANAPISI) statuses, and associated commitments to serving the People of Southern Nevada, including by offering our students multiple, contrasting perspectives that challenge Eurocentric, heteropatriarchal, and otherwise hegemonic ways of teaching, learning, and creating and sharing knowledge, and that transform how students engage in the world. Most of UNLV’s students, at all academic levels, are first generation college students. UNLV promotes community well-being and achievement through education, research, scholarship, creative activities, and clinical services, and stimulates economic development and diversification, fosters a climate of innovation, promotes health, and enriches the cultural vitality of the communities that it serves. Accordingly, applicants should demonstrate support for racial equity and social justice as central features of a respectful, positive work environment, as well as interdisciplinary expertise and a commitment to addressing social disparities through critical community-embedded and -informed research and praxis.

APPLY HERE: https://nshe.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UNLV-External/job/UNLV1-Maryland-Campus/Cultural-Studies–International-Education–and-Multicultural-Education–CSIEME—Assistant-Associate-Professor–Department-of-Teaching-and-Learning–College-of-Education–R0127493–_R0127493

Questions about the positions should be directed to Dr. Norma A. Marrun and Dr. Christine Clark, co-coordinators of the CSIEME program, at norma.marrun@unlv.edu and chris.clark@unlv.edu.