Seeking Faculty Associates/Fellow in Residential Life

08/08/2013

Contributed by Ronald M. Trunzo

Residential Life is seeking interested faculty for the following Faculty Associate and Faculty Fellow positions in the residence halls for the 2013-14 Academic Year:

FYRE Faculty Associates

The First-Year Residential Experience (FYRE) Program is expanding and will house approximately 1,200 of the incoming class in the towers and upper quad residence halls. A new component of the FYRE program will connect the Integrated Core Curriculum themes with programs offered in the residence halls.

Faculty Associates will play a crucial role in helping students explore their integrated core theme by working with Residence Directors and Resident Assistants (RAs) to plan organized academic theme based programs and civic engagement/community service events for students.  The specific responsibilities of the Faculty Associates will include:

Sustainably Conscious Fellow

The Sustainably Conscious Living Community (SCC) is located in Terrace 2, and offers an opportunity for Ithaca College students to:

The responsibilities of a Faculty Fellow for Sustainably Conscious includes attending an August planning meeting with the Residence Director and RA staff; Attending the SCC Program opening orientation event during the first two weeks of the semester; attending community dinners; Planning and presenting programs/leading discussions that relate to sustainability.  Programs may include taking students to events on and off-campus, arranging for a presenter, and presenting on areas of personal interest/research.

Faculty Associates/Fellows must be full-time faculty members, and are eligible to receive $1,100 for professional travel or payroll. 

If you are interested in any of the listed faculty positions, please email a letter of interest to Dr. Jacqueline Winslow, Assistant Director of Residential Life for Residential Education, jkwinslow@ithaca.edu, by August 16, 2013.  Thank you for your consideration!

1 Comments



http://www.ithaca.edu/intercom/article.php/20130808171738647