East Carolina University-Dean

East Carolina University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of Integrated Coastal Programs. The Dean is responsible for providing visionary leadership within a very complex multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional operational environment. That environment must yield superior programs of coastal research, instruction and outreach. This is an exceptional opportunity to strengthen and shape the future of this important University asset.

East Carolina University (ECU) enjoys a proud heritage and record of contribution since its founding in 1907. ECU is one of the fastest growing universities in the University of North Carolina (UNC) system, which consists of the state’s 16 degree-granting public institutions. ECU is the only university in North Carolina that has a School of Medicine, a School of Dental Medicine, and a College of Engineering all on one campus. Named “Best in the Southeast” by the Princeton Review, ECU is known for its quality, diversity, and affordability in academic programs.

In partnership with ECU, UNC Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, UNC Wilmington, and Elizabeth City State University, the CSI at ECU serves as a true demonstration of innovation in research and education. The CSI at ECU campus spans 213 acres of marshes, scrub wetlands, forested wetlands, and sound ecosystems. While the institute emphasizes northeastern North Carolina in its outreach and educational programs, its scope also encompasses all of the eastern coast of the United States and the mid-Atlantic. Research at CSI at ECU covers a broad range of pressing environmental and economic development concerns faced by coastal North Carolina and the delicate ecosystems that are present. By bringing together skilled professionals, scientists, academics, and locals to the North Carolina coast, CSI at ECU provides unbiased research to public sector decision makers, private sector businesses, and the general public.

As a leader who provides inspiration for advances in teaching, research, and service, this Dean will be known for supporting shared governance and promoting a diverse and collegial environment. The new Dean will have an earned doctoral degree in a coastal-related or relevant discipline from an accredited institution and an established record of externally supported research and publications worthy of appointment as a full professor with tenure. It is preferred that candidates will have an established record of effectiveness beyond the departmental level, with experience in strategic planning, budgetary management, administrative processes, academic policy, global engagement, fundraising, research partnerships with industry and government, as well as faculty/staff recruitment and retention.

Visit http://carterbaldwin.com/opportunities/ecu-dicp/ to learn more.

East Carolina University-Dean

East Carolina University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of Integrated Coastal Programs. The Dean is responsible for providing visionary leadership within a very complex multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional operational environment. That environment must yield superior programs of coastal research, instruction and outreach. This is an exceptional opportunity to strengthen and shape the future of this important University asset.

East Carolina University (ECU) enjoys a proud heritage and record of contribution since its founding in 1907. ECU is one of the fastest growing universities in the University of North Carolina (UNC) system, which consists of the state’s 16 degree-granting public institutions. ECU is the only university in North Carolina that has a School of Medicine, a School of Dental Medicine, and a College of Engineering all on one campus. Named “Best in the Southeast” by the Princeton Review, ECU is known for its quality, diversity, and affordability in academic programs.

In partnership with ECU, UNC Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, UNC Wilmington, and Elizabeth City State University, the CSI at ECU serves as a true demonstration of innovation in research and education. The CSI at ECU campus spans 213 acres of marshes, scrub wetlands, forested wetlands, and sound ecosystems. While the institute emphasizes northeastern North Carolina in its outreach and educational programs, its scope also encompasses all of the eastern coast of the United States and the mid-Atlantic. Research at CSI at ECU covers a broad range of pressing environmental and economic development concerns faced by coastal North Carolina and the delicate ecosystems that are present. By bringing together skilled professionals, scientists, academics, and locals to the North Carolina coast, CSI at ECU provides unbiased research to public sector decision makers, private sector businesses, and the general public.

As a leader who provides inspiration for advances in teaching, research, and service, this Dean will be known for supporting shared governance and promoting a diverse and collegial environment. The new Dean will have an earned doctoral degree in a coastal-related or relevant discipline from an accredited institution and an established record of externally supported research and publications worthy of appointment as a full professor with tenure. It is preferred that candidates will have an established record of effectiveness beyond the departmental level, with experience in strategic planning, budgetary management, administrative processes, academic policy, global engagement, fundraising, research partnerships with industry and government, as well as faculty/staff recruitment and retention.

Visit http://carterbaldwin.com/opportunities/ecu-dicp/ to learn more.