Provost Commencement Address Highlights Institutional Mission, Democracy, and Free Speech in These Trying Times
The Graduate School of Leadership and Change (GSLC) recognized 16 new graduates at their 2018 commencement ceremony. As part of the ceremony, GSLC Provost Dr. Laurien Alexandre shared powerful remarks calling upon all to reflect on Antioch University’s historic mission, the fragile state of our country’s current democracy, and freedom of speech and expression in these times.
GSLC Faculty Discuss Their Passion & Degrees of Purpose
Faculty with Passion
Degrees of Purpose
Combining Passion & Purpose
Seeking New Colleagues
GSLC Students share what the program means to them
Antioch University is an integrated national system with campuses in four states as well as aset of virtual and low-residency divisions, of which the Graduate School of Leadership and Change is one. Antioch University provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice.
Antioch aspires to be a leading university offering learners and communities transformative education in a global context that fosters innovation and inspires social action.
Articles about GSLC
Holloway, E. & Alexandre, L. (2012) Crossing Boundaries in Doctoral Education
Wergin, J. & Alexandre, L. (2016) Differentiation and Integration in Doctoral Education
Faculty with Passion for Degrees of Purpose
We are seeking three passionate senior scholar-practitioners whose research, scholarship and practice engage students, inclusive communities, and diverse workplaces with complex issues related to leadership and change. We are open to a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds with preferred expertise to include but not limited to higher education change, organization and/or community building, and leadership and advocacy for the common good. The successful candidates will join our interdisciplinary faculty team in Antioch University’s mission-driven and distinctive Graduate School of Leadership & Change as we expand. In addition to the School’s highly successful PhD in Leadership & Change (PhDLC), now entering its 19th year, we are launching an innovative new Master in Leadership Practice (MLP). Both of these degrees of purpose fulfill the University’s mission of education that “furthers social, economic and environmental justice.”
Two of the new faculty will have primary responsibilities in the PhD Program; the third will serve as the founding core faculty of the MLP. The PhD’s paradigm-shifting
low-residency, cohort-structured program serves 150 doctoral students from around the globe, all of whom are experienced practitioners in a wide array of sectors and professions. The program’s outcomes-based curriculum blends face-to-face residencies with uniquely designed virtual technologies to support a dynamic, geographically dispersed network of faculty, students, staff, and alumni. Our model supports cross-sector inquiry into the thorny issues of our times by addressing the knowledge and capabilities scholars need to embolden research that can have positive impacts on leadership and change. Based on many of these same components, the MLP’s integrated curriculum focuses on real-world change practices to disrupt responsibly for sustainable futures in organizations and communities.
Successful applicants must have: a doctorate in an area related to our interdisciplinary curriculum; an established record of research and practice equivalent to level of full professor; substantial experience as a university faculty especially with graduate students; comfort with a range of academic technologies in teaching and learning; commitment to inclusive high impact processes to educate the whole person; a lively spirit of academic experimentation and a belief in the power of education to “win victories for humanity.”
In addition, specific to the PhD Program, successful applicants must have experience serving on and/or chairing dissertations, as well as experience teaching a broad range of applied research methods. Specific to the MLP Program, successful applicants must bring significant experience with organizations and communities as an educator, consultant, and/or coach.
Primary responsibilities: Teaching theories, research and practices of leading change; advising and evaluating student work in an iterative and narrative format; facilitating learning within a geographically dispersed student body; and collaborating with a highly engaged interdisciplinary faculty team. PhD-designated faculty have responsibilities chairing/ serving on dissertations; MLP-designated faculty have responsibilities overseeing real-world action projects.
- Full-time positions at full professor level
- Multi-year rolling contracts
- Faculty work from home offices anywhere in US
- Trimester travel required
- Start date is Fall 2020 or sooner, some flexibility
- Email cover letter and CV to GSLC Faculty Search Committee at [email protected].
- Letter should indicate applicant’s primary and preferred designation, whether it is to the PhD Program, the MLP or a desire to teach in both.
- Deadline is November 1, 2019 or until the positions are filled
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Antioch University is an integrated national system with campuses in four states as well as a set of virtual and low-residency divisions, of which the Graduate School of Leadership and Change is one. Antioch University provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice.
Antioch University is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, gender, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, family status, or disability.