Hofstra Universityâ€™s Honors College is seeking an Associate Dean. The Associate Dean of Hofstra Universityâ€™s Honors College (HUHC) reports directly to the Dean of the Honors College and will play a leadership role in all aspects of College administration including strategic planning, admissions, faculty recruitment, curriculum development, outcomes assessment and student advising. This administrative appointment may also include regular teaching responsibilities in HUHCâ€™s first year course sequence called Culture and Expression or HUHC Seminars.
This is an onsite position; work for this role is performed on campus. The usual schedule for this position is Monday - Friday. This position is currently working 4 days on alternating weeks.
Responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to: â€¢Oversees HUHCâ€™s honors option program which allows students to tailor their honors work to fit their passions and interests. â€¢Reviews and approves changes in class schedules and participates in the approval process for per-capita and independent study courses; providing oversight of the efficient development and implementation of the course schedule for undergraduate classes. â€¢Reviews and approves full- and part-time faculty load reports. â€¢Collaborates extensively with all members of the Deanâ€™s Office and with administration, faculty, and staff on special projects and on ad hoc committees and task forces. â€¢Attends admissions events that occasionally occur on weekends, meets regularly with the Dean to review short-term and long-term projects, meets regularly with Deanâ€™s Office administrators to review HUHC initiatives and projects. â€¢All other duties deemed necessary.
Internal Number: 897891
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