The University of Oregon seeks a forward-looking, innovative, and engaged leader with a deep commitment to excellence in interdisciplinary undergraduate teaching and research to serve as the next dean of the Clark Honors College.
Reporting to the vice president of safety and risk services and chief resilience officer, the senior director of risk management and insurance manages the University of Oregon's broad range of risk management initiatives and insurance programs, providing strategic and operational leadership that effectively develops and implements the programs and services of the department.
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 Associate Vice Provost will enhance and further CTL programming for faculty development and student learning in alignment with OSU's institutional mission and Prosperity Widely Shared: The Oregon State Plan.
The Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer and provides leadership to The School of Business. The Cameron Dean works collaboratively both within The School of Business and across other colleges to create a unified vision for the School and to provide strategic leadership to advance its overall quality, reputation, stature, and aspirational goals.
The investigator will assess reports of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation regarding protected classes, document and monitor follow-up for complaints that fall below the threshold for full investigation, and conduct and document fair, thorough, and timely investigations.
The law school is particularly interested in visiting professor candidates with significant teaching and/or practice experience in the following areas: torts, constitutional law, administrative law, and a range of environmental law upper-level elective courses such as climate change law, energy law, and natural resources law.
The law school is interested in pro tem candidates with significant teaching and/or practice experience in the following areas: accounting and finance for lawyers, administrative law, alternative dispute resolution/mediation, antitrust, arbitration, bankruptcy, business law, civil procedure, conflicts of law, constitutional law, contracts, corporate finance, corporate law, criminal law and procedure, disability law, employment discrimination, employment law, energy law, environmental law, estate planning, evidence, family law, federal judicial settlements, federal jurisdiction, green construction, hazardous waste law, health law, human rights, immigration law, intellectual property law, international law, interviewing and counseling, jurisprudence, labor law, land use law, legal research and writing, LLM seminar, litigation, local government law, professional responsibility, property law, renewable energy law, securities regulation, sports law, tax law, trial practice, tribal law, water resources law, and wildlife law.