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Fayetteville State University is searching for student-centered higher education professionals to support student success.  The newly established Bronco One Stop will open in Spring 2022.  The Bronco One Stop is a centralized space for students to access common student services to strengthen their ability to navigate Fayetteville State University.  The goal of the Bronco One Stop is to enhance the student experience with the college application process, academic records, financial aid, making payments, speaking with an advisor, assistance with degree planning and class registration, access academic support, and resource on navigating the university.  BRONCO PRIDE!!!

To learn more about the following "new" positions, please visit:


Vacancies: Director for Advising, Retention Counselors (5), General Advisors (5), Freshmen Advisors (3)

Other critical positions: Director for Online Services, Coordinator for Online Services, Director for Testing Services

Appalachian State University, Department of Curriculum and Instruction is hiring a tenure-track faculty member at the ranks of Assistant or Associate Professor for the Career & Technical Education - Workforce Leadership & Development program. 

Minimum qualifications include:

  • Earned doctorate in Workforce Leadership/Education, Training and Development, Organizational Leadership, Career & Technical Education, or closely related area.
  • Ability to teach in a variety of areas including Workforce Development, Leadership, and Planning; Professional Development, Training and Adult Learning; Technologies for the Workforce; and Career & Technical Education in the undergraduate and graduate teacher education programs; 
  • Experience with online teaching/ training and learning and strong computer skills required.
  • The candidate’s academic concentration, research, and/or professional experience demonstrate a focus in one of the following areas: Workforce Development, Leadership, and Planning; Professional Development, Training and Adult Learning; Technologies for the Workforce.
  • The candidate can demonstrate a record of high-quality teaching.
  • The successful candidate will demonstrate a sincere commitment to promoting advocacy, diversity, equity, inclusiveness, and social justice,  as evidenced by prior efforts. 
  • The candidate possesses strong interpersonal, collaborative, and communication skills.

The search chair is Dr. Jerianne Taylor and she can be reached at WLDsearchcommittee@appstate.edu

More details are available here: https://appstate.peopleadmin.com/postings/30180

We are thrilled to announce that we have just posted two Research Analysts positions to work with us at the Office of Learning Recovery and Acceleration to design and implement the research and evaluation priorities for pandemic recovery. We are looking for folks with quantitative and/or qualitative experience in NC K12 education data, research design, reporting, etc. These postings will close out on 11/01/2021 5:00 p.m. EST. Please follow this job link to review or share: 


Some additional information about the work is included below. Anyone interested should reach out to Dr. Jeni Corn (see below) if they have any questions. 

The mission of the OLR is to serve PSUs by providing the research and support needed to make evidence-based decisions to combat learning loss and accelerate learning for all students.

The OLR will interface with District and School Transformation and collaborate with each of the constituent units within DPI. The OLR partners with PSUs and other stakeholders to bring needed solutions to long-standing challenges facing NC public education.

The OLR will combat the impact of lost instructional time and accelerate learning for all students by:

  • Evaluating the implementation and impact of the interventions sponsored by the OLR and support decision-making about continuation, expansion, and targeting of the programs. 
  • Using research to identify, extend, scale, and sustain programs that demonstrate impact, and build a clearinghouse of NC Promising Practices 

Several priorities drive the development of the OLR research and evaluation plan including:

  • Meet requirements of NC approved USED ARP Plan and COVID-focused state statues (HB82SB654HB196) and aligned with Operation Polaris and SBE Strategic Plan
  • Identify critical outcomes for students and educators
  • Use existing data sources where possible: attendance, discipline, EOG/EOC, ACT, AP, SAT, grades, promotion/ retention, National Student Clearinghouse, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, EVAAS, staffing, Teacher Working Conditions
  • Leverage on-going research studies OR design and implement new targeted COVID intervention research studies with external partners 
  • COVID-19 "Lost Instructional Time" impact analysis in partnership with the EVAAS team at SAS

Jeni Corn, PhD

Director of Research and Evaluation
Office of Learning Recovery and Acceleration
NC Department of Public Instruction

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