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miércoles, 07 junio 2017

Assistant Prof / Associate Prof in Methods & Statistics and Psychology

University College Roosevelt (UCR)

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University College Roosevelt (UCR) is one of the international honors colleges of Utrecht University (ranked #1 in the Netherlands by the Academic Ranking of World Universities). The faculty and students form a vibrant academic community centered on a Liberal Arts and Sciences bachelor’s education. Students hail from all over the globe and follow a broad and intensive study program in the historic town of Middelburg, where they live in the inner city campus. Classes are never larger than 25 students and include permanent assessment as well as a high level of interaction with instructors. Courses consist of 30 2-hour sessions, twice a week. The official language used at UCR is English. Instructors have great freedom in designing their courses, and work within an environment that firmly has teaching as its priority, whilst also supporting undergraduate and faculty research.

The Dutch Flemish Accreditation Organization (NVAO) has given UCR’s Liberal Arts and Sciences program the prestigious ‘Label of Excellence’. To date, this label has only been awarded to a very select group of Dutch programs, indicating that the education at UCR is of the highest standards. In 2014, that same organization renewed UCR’s special qualification of ‘Small-Scale and Intensive’. This is a measure of quality that is only given to those institutions with the highest classroom interaction, the smallest communities and the most intensive academic program. Extensive survey of students continually ranks UCR among the top Dutch educational institutions in the Netherlands. After graduation, UCR’s students continue in the best master programs all over the world.

Job description

The instructor is expected to teach one or two (15-week) introductory level courses in the Fall semester and one or two courses in the Spring semester. The general program of the courses can be found at http://www.ucr.nl/. Some course outline development and discussions with other teachers who teach this course will be expected to be done in January. This will be done in consultation with the Academic Core and Social Sciences heads of department. The teaching load per group will be 4 hours per week in class plus preparation time.

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