Purpose: Provide leadership and administrative oversight of university-wide, undergraduate curricular programs. Ensure compliance with Ohio Department of Higher Education undergraduate curricular policies and act as liaison to ODHE.
Terminal academic degree
Five years administrative experience in higher education institutions
Experience with continuous improvement initiatives related to curriculum
Excellent interpersonal, communication, and customer service skills in working with a diverse community of faculty, staff, students, and campus stakeholders
Demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity, inclusivity, and professional development of faculty and staff
Ability to work independently and as part of a team environment and on collaborative efforts with diverse user groups
Experience with providing leadership of academic programs or services
Demonstrated understanding of the challenges of a rapidly changing higher education environment at the local, state, and national levels
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Curriculum and General Education Management (50%)
Serve as the general education representative on the Faculty Senate Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. Review all undergraduate course proposals (new, modifications, deletions) with a general education and/or IW, SL, MC attributes. Determine if course meets the learning outcomes and other requirements; provide feedback to departmental faculty as needed; make approval or denial decisions in collaboration with the UCC chair.
Serve as the institutional contact for Integrated Writing requirements. Implement and advise on IW policies. Work with Registrar to ensure students' records are updated for completion of Integrated Writing to meet graduation requirements.
Oversee institutional websites for the Wright State Core and Writing Across the Curriculum. Make changes and enhancements to websites as needed to ensure accuracy and clarity for the campus community.
Collaborate with the Vice Provost for Assessment and Accreditation to analyze both indirect and direct assessment reports, interpret, and summarize findings and implications and report to the campus community. Use assessment findings to improve student achievement of the general education learning outcomes.
Serve as a resource to academic advisors regarding the acceptance of transfer credit to meet general education Core requirements. Respond to daily/weekly requests to evaluate transfer credit for WSU general education Core requirement. Record decisions in the Transfer Evaluation System (TES).
Direct the university's credit for prior learning initiatives including but not limited to Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), credit for military learning experiences, and institutional Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). Work with faculty and department chairs to expand opportunities. Oversee the institutional websites and serve as the institutional contact for all prior learning initiatives
Serve as the provost's representative on the Faculty Senate Undergraduate Curriculum Committee AND the Graduate Curriculum Committee. Review all undergraduate and graduate new program proposals, modifications, deactivation or terminations in the university's curriculum management system, Curriculog.
Serve as the Provost and Board of Trustees approver in the university's curriculum management system, Curriculog, for all curricular proposals requiring these approvals.
Wright State University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, is committed to an inclusive environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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Wright State University serves nearly 18,000 students and offers more than 230 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and professional degree programs through eight colleges and three schools. Located in the city of Fairborn in Greene County, Ohio, Wright State is conveniently situated adjacent to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and is less than 10 miles from downtown Dayton. One of our eight colleges, Wright State University–Lake Campus, is a university-operated regional campus on the shores of Grand Lake St. Marys in Celina, Ohio. The Wright State alumni community is more than 109,000 strong. For more information please visit www.wright.edu.