Montgomery County Community College is committed to identifying and advancing the careers of those from historically underrepresented groups. Among the College’s goals are increasing the racial and ethnic diversity of its faculty and broadening access to the college-teaching profession to fully-qualified minority scholars. To help achieve these goals Montgomery County Community College sponsors an annual Faculty Diversity Fellowship Program designed to bring a visiting faculty member to the College each year. This one year fellowship Program specifically aims to promote and support the careers of exceptional minority junior faculty. The one-year Program provides funding to assist participants with their professional development as teachers and scholars. Faculty Fellows will teach a reduced load in their fields of expertise and engage fully in the life of the College. They will receive careful mentoring from colleagues not only in their own discipline, but from faculty and administrators across the College. In return, they are themselves expected to participate as mentors in the College’s Minority Male Mentoring Program. The Faculty Diversity Fellowship Program is designed to provide minority scholars at the beginning of their academic careers the opportunity to experience fully the life of a college instructor, to continue to work on or complete their terminal degree, and to develop or refine their teaching skills.
The Faculty Selection Committee for the Fellowship program will begin the review of candidate applications in January, 2014. Finalists will be invited to campus for interviews with all expenses paid by Montgomery County Community College Although the Faculty Selection Committee will consider applicants from any discipline within the Health Sciences fields taught at the College, particular preference will be given this time to individuals in the Nursing field.
For the complete job description and to apply for this position, please visit http://www.mc3.edu under "Employment." Closing date for applications is 12/18/13.
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