There are currently multiple faculty and staff positions available at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, USA. Deadlines vary by position.
Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of International and Comparative Education with a specialization in Language, Literacies, and Communities to engage in research, teaching, and advising in the Program in International and Comparative Education (ICEd). Candidates with a bilingual/multilingual background are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (MD-ICCCR) at Teachers College is seeking to hire a qualified candidate with a strong interest in growing the center’s innovative ‘Conflict Intelligence @ Columbia University’ program as a part-time position. This position will coordinate all of the MD-ICCCR educational offerings, including the Graduate Certificate program, internships, core and elective courses. The position will assume a coordination role, in partnership with the Curriculum Development Specialist, for ongoing curriculum reviews and revisions, to offer cutting-edge, scientifically-based course content and current pedagogy. The educational offerings are focused on the dynamics of peace, conflict, social change, and social justice.
The Office of Global Engagement (OGE) at Teachers College, Columbia University (TC) is seeking an International Program Coordinator to provide administrative and operational support for global programs and partnerships. Reporting to the Director of Global Engagement, the International Program Coordinator will be responsible for the logistical planning and operations of OGE. The incumbent will support the Director and the International Projects and Partnerships Manager with administrative duties required to carry out program activities and special projects, including managing budgets and troubleshooting.
The International Student Adviser acts as a Designated School Official (DSO) and Alternative Responsible Officer (ARO) to deliver immigration services to the international student community at Teachers College (TC). Specifically, the incumbent establishes contacts with other university departments, personnel, outside agencies and individuals as required; and interprets university policies governing the area of responsibility. The incumbent will also advise international students by providing guidance regarding federal immigration regulations and procedures, personal/academic/cultural matters, and Teachers College resources to support the successful completion of their degree objectives. The International student Advisor will also assist with the development and implementation of services and programming for international students and the wider TC community. Note: U.S. government regulations require that Designated School Officials and Alternate Responsible Officers be U.S. citizens or legal Permanent Residents.