[Maths-Education] STEM Chair at Birmingham
d.p.hewitt at bham.ac.uk
Wed Feb 10 14:43:18 GMT 2010
Please excuse cross-posting. Details below of a part-time Chair at the
University of Birmingham, UK, related to the STEM area (Science,
Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Please see below.
Dr Dave Hewitt
Senior Lecturer in Mathematics Education
School of Education
University of Birmingham
Email:d.p.hewitt at bham.ac.uk
Chair in STEM Education (young scientists and mathematicians)
University of Birmingham - College of Social Sciences
PART-TIME 20% FTE
This is an exciting time to join the College of Social Sciences at the
University of Birmingham. Twelve months on from its creation, the
College is seeing a surge in its research awards and significant
increases in high quality undergraduate and post graduate student
numbers. Both of these achievements are underpinned by the commitment of
academics in the College to inter-disciplinary collaboration and
tangible policy impact. More broadly, the University has a new
Vice-Chancellor - Professor David Eastwood - who has stated his ambition
to make Birmingham one of the leading global HE institutions.
The School of Education is looking for an internationally-acclaimed
researcher in science, technology, engineering or maths education
(STEM). The person appointed will assist us in developing new research
in the College of Social Sciences, with an emphasis on conducting
world-class studies in areas related to curriculum, pedagogy or
assessment in STEM subjects for any phase of education. You will work
with our existing first-rate maths, science and engineering teams, and
with the new HEFCE funded STEM Centre based in the College of
Engineering and Physical Sciences, to expand our research and impact in
Informal enquiries can be made by contacting Professor Gary Thomas (Head
of School) on Tel: 00 44 (0)121 414 4841 or Professor Stephen Gorard on
00 44 (0)121 414 4828.
Further details about the college are available on our website:
To download the details and submit an electronic application online
visit www.hr.bham.ac.uk/jobs <http://www.hr.bham.ac.uk/jobs> .
Alternatively, information can be obtained from Sally Johnson on tel:
+44 (0)121 415 8116.
Salary will be commensurate with seniority of the post and will be
negotiable with the Vice-Chancellor. The funds for this post are
available for three years in the first instance
Closing date: 9th March 2010.
Valuing Excellence; sustaining investment
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