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(Last updated December, 2019)
Founded in 2012, the Contemplative Sciences Center (CSC) is an innovative interdisciplinary center at the University of Virginia dedicated to the exploration of well-being, human flourishing, and experiential learning.
The Contemplative Sciences Center does not have any employment opportunities at this time. However, we periodically list job opportunities we become aware of. See below.
Research Assistant Professor, CASTL/EDLF, Curry School of Education and Human Development
The Curry School of Education and Human Development at the University of Virginia is seeking applicants for a full-time, 12-month salaried non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Education, Research Faculty in the Education Leadership, Foundations and Policy (EDLF) department, with an affiliation with the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CASTL). The incumbent reports to PI's on existing funded research projects in the Center focused on developing, redefining, and evaluating evidence-based tools and programs that are used directly to improve teaching and strengthen learning, contributes to Center activities, develops and maintains programmatic line of scholarly inquiry, and oversees students and staff on data collection, management, and analysis and other grant related duties. Duties also include overseeing research data collection, management and analysis, production of publishable manuscripts on research and related professional chapters, books, and other forms of dissemination about all facets of effective interventions to improve teaching and learning, and work with Center faculty and other researchers to seek new funded research projects and develop and maintain connections to community organizations to seek new funded projects.