Professional Opportunities

Professional Development

SENCER offers a range of professional development opportunities in publishing, awards, and events.

Publish in Our International Journal

SENCER publishes a peer-reviewed journal twice yearly on connections between science education and civic engagement.

Our Journal

Make Your Course a SENCER Model Course

The SENCER model courses are curricular approaches to improving science learning and supporting engagement with complex issues.

SENCER Model Courses

Share Your Knowledge in a SENCER Backgrounder

SENCER Backgrounders are intended to provide intelligent, general readers with high quality syntheses of some of the complex, capacious civic issues.

SENCER Backgrounders

Fund Your Course Reform or Outreach Goals

Awards that support curriculum development, outreach, extraordinary contributions to citizen science, and transformative regionalization are made to support and recognize the work of our community.

Post-Institute Implementation Awards

Meet and Share Your Work with Our Community

We host annual national and regional meetings that disseminate information and encourage discourse and discussion on major themes related to teaching and learning reform centered around civic engagement.

Attend Our Events

Attend or Access Our Webinar Series

We offer webinars on a range of topics to help support curricular reform, civic integration, and student engagement. Our webinars are hosted by experts in the field and community members seasoned in doing the work of SENCER.

Webinars and Recordings

Career Development

SENCER posts job announcements as a service to our community. Announcements are posted to this site as they are received and are noted in bi-weekly editions of the SENCER eNews.

Assistant/Associate Professor in the Natural Sciences

Eugene Lang College for Liberal Arts, an undergraduate college of The New School, invites applications for a full-time renewable term appointment in the Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. We seek innovative educators at the senior or junior level who can contribute to a distinctive Interdisciplinary Science Program that teaches basic scientific principles, concepts, and methods within the context of solving planetary health challenges. The program prepares students for advanced interdisciplinary study and careers in public health/epidemiology, environmental policy/natural conservation, transdisciplinary design, data visualization, and STEM communication. Candidates will be expected to maintain a research or creative practice appropriate to a liberal arts context (which can include the scholarship of teaching and learning and/or science communication) and are encouraged to develop collaborations within and outside the University. We are particularly interested in those who make connections to design, social sciences, and/or the arts, and those who have experience with informal science learning (DIY, science cafe, museums, film, STEAMD) or using cities as learning labs. Preference will be given to those candidates who have familiarity with SENCER http://sencer.net/  (Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities) or similar programs that place STEM, social justice, and civic engagement at the center of learning. The New School campus has two teaching laboratories (BSL2) and an extensive Making Center, which can be used to support research. The start date is July 2018. For full ad and application protocol see https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/15067

 

University of Wisconsin - Whitewater Seeks Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Physiology

The Department of Biological Sciences in the College of Letters & Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of anatomy/physiology/related fields beginning August 2018. This is a full-time position with responsibilities for teaching undergraduate courses in human anatomy, human & animal physiology, and others, research, and service to the university and community. Research expertise should complement existing faculty expertise. The successful candidate will be able to teach Human Anatomy & Physiology, Animal Physiology, and additional courses (these may include courses for majors or minors, including a course in the specialty of the applicant.) The candidate will also be expected to pursue an active research agenda that engages undergraduate students, results in publications and contributes to advancing the department, university, the profession, and society. The candidate will also be expected to participate in service activities and embrace the principles of diversity and inclusion as a member of the university community. You can read more and find out how to apply here.

 

How to Post a Job Opportunity on SENCER.net

If you would like a paid or volunteer position to be posted on this site, please email a brief description and link to further information (or an email address/phone number applicants can contact) to ncsce.dc[at]gmail.com with 'Job Posting Request' in the subject line.

SENCER is not responsible for the content of these postings.  Applicants should contact the organizations directly for more details and final deadlines.