Applications open for Leadership and Social Change Residential College faculty principal
From: Student Affairs
Student Affairs is seeking applications for the position of faculty principal for the Leadership and Social Change Residential College. Candidate materials are due Friday, May 13.
The new faculty principal will follow the exceptional leadership of landscape architecture Associate Professor C.L. Bohannon, who had led the LSCRC since 2018 and will be departing Virginia Tech for a new role at the University of Virginia. Prospective candidates for faculty principal can explore more about the Leadership and Social Change Residential College, and Living-Learning Programs at Virginia Tech online.
Each of Virginia Tech’s residential colleges is led by a faculty principal who lives in residence and works closely with a professional Student Affairs educator. The Faculty Principal provides vision, builds faculty support and participation, and leads the overall programmatic direction for the residential college.
Learn more about the faculty principal position and application process and read the inspiring stories of current and former faculty principals at Virginia Tech at https://llp.vt.edu/fp.html. Questions about the Leadership and Social Change Residential College and the faculty principal role can be directed to James Penven, director of Living-Learning Programs, at email@example.com or 540-231-7938.
To be considered for this position, please send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and letters of support from your department head and a student, along with the names and contact information for three references by Friday, May 13, to James C. Penven, Ph.D., director of Living-Learning Programs, (540) 231-7938, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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