Dr. Emily Bouck in the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education (http://education.msu.edu/cepse/) seeks a post-doctoral fellow/research associate to work closely with her on research related to mathematics education and students with disabilities. Dr. Bouck’s work focuses on virtual manipulatives, mathematical games, and other mathematical interventions to address mathematical challenges faced by students with disabilities and those at-risk for a disability. A post-doctoral associate would have the opportunity to engage with Dr. Bouck and her graduate students on related work.
Duties: Major responsibilities will be negotiated based on the candidate’s skills and goals, but could include study development, secondary data analysis, data collection, and grant writing relative to mathematics education and students with disabilities. The research associate will also have the opportunity to teach 2 to 4 courses per academic year within CEPSE and to develop their teaching and mentoring skills. The research associate will also have the opportunity to contribute to manuscripts, grant writing, and other dissemination efforts.
Required Degree: Applicants should have an earned a doctoral degree in special education or educational psychology or a related field or provide evidence that the doctoral degree will be completed prior to the start of the appointment.
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Doctorate -special ed, ed. psych, or a related fiel
Applicants should have an earned a doctoral degree in special education or educational psychology or a related field or provide evidence that the doctoral degree will be completed prior to the start of the appointment.
Experience conducting single case research designs and/or secondary data analysis of large datasets; experience teaching or TAing courses in special education at the undergraduate or graduate level.
Background in mathematics interventions or education for students with disabilities or those at-risk or a desire to learn.
Required Application Materials
- cover letter detailing qualifications for the position, including a clear statement of research interests, description of relevant analytical and data management experience, and teaching philosophy/experience
- curriculum vitae
- up to three representative publications
- names and contact information for three references.
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Please submit all application online at careers.msu.edu by April 30 (position # 768779).
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Late submissions will be considered if suitable candidates are not identified by the deadline. If you have questions about the position, please contact Emily Bouck (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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