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Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
Internal Number: 25873
The candidate who fills this position will provide vision and leadership around the College's research mission as it builds its extramural funding base, expands its reputation for scholarly excellence, and maintains a commitment to both practice-based and basic research. The Associate Dean is expected to be both a catalyst and guiding force as the College plans and develops new and major research initiatives, such as thematic and interdisciplinary research efforts or other in-house or extramurally funded research-related initiatives, including those initiated by fellow colleges and programs.
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The mission of the College of Education is to prepare highly skilled, culturally responsive and sustainable educators, leaders, and counselors who create, use, and share knowledge on equity, access, and advocacy in local, state, national, and global communities. Building on the N.C. A&T legacy as a Historically Black University (HBCU) dedicated to exemplary teaching, scholarship and effective public service, the College of Education offer degrees at the baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral levels. This mission is reflected in the College of Education conceptual framework.
The College of Education comprises three departments: the department of Counseling, the Department of Leadership Studies and Adult Education, and the Department of Educator Preparation. The programs in the Department of Educator Preparation are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The Department of Counseling's programs are accredited by The Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
Established in 1891, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University is a public, historically black, land grant institution located in Greensboro, North Carolina. North Carolina A& T and other 1890 land-grant institutions were established by the Second Morrill Act, which expanded the system of land-grant universities to include a historically Black institution in those states where segregation denied people of color access to the land grant institutions established by the First Morrill Act in 1862.
The University has a strong legacy of social justice, activism, and community engagement. In 1960, four freshman students, often called the A&T Four or the Greensboro Four, sparked the civil rights movement in the South through their