Associate Director, Cogut Center for the Humanities
Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
The Associate Director works with the Director in the development and implementation of research and programming initiatives and the continued development and support of existing Cogut Center initiatives, including curricular programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
- In conjunction with the faculty director, the Associate Director will design and oversee innovative and long-term development of the Graduate Certificate in Collaborative Humanities.
- The Associate Director will participate in the development of outreach initiatives, including advancement and fund raising opportunities, planning of program events, grant writing, website organization and updating, and creation of promotional materials.
- The Associate Director will serve as a program liaison to faculty, students, and administrators across departments and offices within the University and represent the program on University committees as appropriate.
- The Associate Director will teach one to two courses per year and participate in the weekly Cogut Center seminar.
- PhD in the humanities or the humanistic social sciences
- Five years’ academic experience in the combined areas of administration, teaching and research
- Ability to understand and operate in a complex campus environment and to create collaborative networks across multiple constituencies
- Demonstrated capacity for management and project oversight
- Demonstrated excellence in teaching
- Knowledge and understanding of interdisciplinary critical-theoretical work
- Active intellectual engagement in the topics of relevance to the Cogut Center
- Capacity to collaborate with a range of scholars at different stages of academic career
- Proven ability to work independently and as a team member
- Superior communication skills (oral and written)
- Ability to use technology and institutional databases and learn new software as needed including desktop publishing
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