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Associate Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is seeking an Associate Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month professional faculty position.

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) offers faculty development related to teaching, mentoring, and student learning. Flagship programs include Quality Teaching talks aligned to OSU’s Quality Teaching Framework, Core Courses on key pedagogical areas (course design, assessment, instructional methods, inclusive teaching, and technology), programming for new and early career faculty (New2OSU) and graduate students, short “Sparkshops” introducing faculty to important pedagogical topics, and training for faculty developing and teaching courses for OSU Core Education program. Staff also offer one on one consultations and play a significant role in supporting faculty in conduction peer evaluations and observations and in the use of online technologies and design of blended learning courses. The CTL has also provided faculty with opportunities to develop inclusive teaching practices, and diverse forms of teaching evaluation.

The Associate Vice Provost (AVP) will enhance and further CTL programming for faculty development and student learning in alignment with OSU’s institutional mission and Prosperity Widely Shared: The Oregon State Plan. The AVP will work to ensure all faculty have access to necessary support for delivering the highest quality instruction, and that student learning both inside and outside the classroom is the highest priority. These efforts will benefit faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and students at all OSU locations, reflecting OSU’s commitment to student success and inclusivity. The AVP will also be a university leader in appropriate and ethical use of artificial intelligence (AI) to support student learning and faculty instruction.

The AVP will collaborate within Academic Affairs – including with OSU Libraries and OSU Press; Curriculum Management & Accreditation; Assessment; Core Education; Writing Intensive Curriculum (WIC); and Difference, Power & Oppression (DPO) – and outside of Academic Affairs with units/entities such as the Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning, Technology Across the Curriculum, Faculty Affairs, Academic Technology, Ecampus, discipline-based education researchers, and faculty in the College of Education, the School of Psychological Sciences, and the Graduate School’s Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching Program.

The AVP reports to the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Senior Vice Provost. This is a 12-month appointment.

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