The Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership (ICL) offers undergraduate degrees that lead to both licensure and non-licensure tracks. The department also offers graduate degrees leading to licensure with the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) and non-licensure options with the Master of Science (MS), Education Specialist (EdS), and Doctorate of Education (EdD). In addition, the department also offers nationally-recognized certificate and endorsement programs. We also benefit from strong partnerships with two university-affiliated lab schools—The Barbara K. Lipman Early Childhood School and Research Institute and the Campus School (grades one through five). The College of Education is dedicated to diversity, inclusion, and innovation and seeks to prepare students for careers as educators, practitioners, researchers and leaders in their respective areas. The University of Memphis is recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as one of two public research universities and the only community engaged public university in Tennessee. It has seven colleges and six professional schools serving a diverse population of over 20,000 students, including 4300 graduate students. The University is strongly committed to its urban mission and outreach programs and recognizes the diverse and integrated role played by each faculty and administration in fulfilling a comprehensive mission of research, education and community outreach.
For additional information please see the websites of the university (http://www.memphis.edu), the college (http://www.memphis.edu/coe/), and the department (http://www.memphis.edu/icl).
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Assistant Professor, Instruction and Curriculum Leadership
- Memphis, TN United States
- Assistant Professor of Literacy, the University of Memphis. Required qualifications include doctorate in Literacy, Reading, or a closely related field, and evidence of an established research agenda.