The Senior Program Director will work with program leaders and teacher-educators across multiple DFI-facilitated networks to redesign coursework and clinical experiences.
This position is responsible for the leadership, development, and execution of Choices Program’s multi-year effort to create a comprehensive curriculum series on world history, establishing a plan for completion, and writing the curriculum content.
This position provides oversight, management, administration, and coordination of the operations and functions of various undergraduate academic activities under the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs.
TEP Consultants design and deliver TEP's faculty and graduate student instructor teaching development curriculum, ensuring it's aligned with UO's “inclusive, engaged, and research-informed” teaching quality standards and evaluation instruments. Specifically, they lead workshops, facilitate pathways of the UO Summer Teaching Institute, and organize “CAIT” groups—topical, stipended faculty leadership groups.
The Assistant Dean of Curriculum is a full-time administrative position that provides leadership and expertise to ensure rigorous evaluation of the MD educational program.