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Subject: GRANTS: CIES Fulbright Senior Scholar Program
 From: alan harris <firstname.lastname@example.org> (105)
Subject: Re: JOP OPP.- Ctr for Russia, E.Europe & Central Asia,
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 1997 15:11:42 -0500
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 1997 20:56:32 -0800
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Subject: GRANTS: CIES Fulbright Senior Scholar Program
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Date: Thu, 3 Apr 1997 11:27:01 -0500 (EST)
From: alan harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: JOP OPP.- Ctr for Russia, E.Europe & Central Asia, UWisc
Alan C. Harris, Ph. D. TELNOS: main off: 818-677-2853
Professor, Communication/Linguistics direct off: 818-677-2874
Speech Communication Department
California State University, Northridge home: 818-366-3165
SPCH CSUN FAX: 818-677-2663
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On Tue, 1 Apr 1997, Anna Belyaeva wrote:
> A distribution of: CentralAsia-L - Announcement List for Central Asian Studies
> JOP OPPORTUNITY- Associate Director, Center for Russia, East Europe, and
> Central Asia, University of Wisconsin-Madison
> The Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia (CREECA) invites
> applications for the position of Associate Director. Directed by Professor
> Mark Beissinger, CREECA is a longstanding interdisciplinary program designed
> to foster new knowledge and understanding of Russia, East Europe, and
> Central Asia. CREECA serves as a community resource through coordinated
> outreach activities, and trains scholars through a range of educational
> programs. CREECA advises students at the undergraduate and graduate level,
> sponsors conferences, lectures, seminars, and supports faculty research. It
> is one of eleven founding programs of the International Institute at the
> University of Wisconsin-Madison.
> The Associate Director for CREECA will be the lead academic staff
> professional employee of the program with broad management and supervisory
> responsibilities. The Associate Director will also teach at the university
> and be invited to conduct his or her own research in related fields. The
> primary duties are:
> 1. Work with the faculty Director to develop CREECA policy and strengthen
> the CREECA program's capacity to fulfill its core mission.
> 2. Manage CREECA DOE Title VI program activities including an annual budget
> currently in the range of $130,000 per year and annual FLAS fellowships
> worth approximately $120,000 per year. Supervise CREECA staff (secretarial,
> graduate project assistants and student help) for on-going program activities.
> 3. Develop and manage the CREECA weekly seminar series and write and edit
> the print publication of CREECA's bimonthly newsletter.
> 4. Advise undergraduate and graduate students interested in Russia, East
> Europe and Central Asian studies and supervise CREECA staff in the delivery
> of related student services.
> 5. Assist the Director with the development of CREECA fund raising strategy
> and write grant proposals for extramural funding to support CREECA
> programming and student fellowships.
> 6. Develop CREECA outreach programming plans and supervise outreach staff
> in the delivery of outreach services to local, regional, and state audiences.
> 7. Represent the Director and CREECA in meeting and committees on campus
> and at national/international venues as appropriate.
> 8. Teach two courses during the academic year related to the field,
> selected each year in conjunction with the director and appropriate campus
> - Ability in budget and program management (experience preferred)
> - Ability in extramural grant preparation (experience preferred)
> - PhD. degree in a social science field with a specialization in
> Russian, Eastern European, and Central Asian Studies (Eastern Europe
> specialization preferred)
> - Teaching experience preferred
> Position Information:
> The position will be a UW-Madison academic staff position carrying the
> employment title of Administrative Program Specialist and a working title of
> Associate Director. The annual 12-month salary for the position will range
> between $38,000 and $47,800 depending on qualifications. The position will
> be available August 15, 1997 and the initial appointment will cover the
> remainder of the 1997-98 fiscal year, through June 30, 1998. The
> appointment is renewable beyond that date for annual 12-month appointments,
> based on satisfactory performance. The position carries with it state
> employment benefits including health insurance and state retirement. The
> position is subject to the availability of federal funding effective August
> 15, 1997.
> How to Apply:
> Interested applicants should write a letter of interest indicating their
> qualifications and submit with it an up-to-date curriculum vitae, graduate
> transcript, writing sample, and three letters of recommendation.
> Applications may be submitted at any time and will be reviewed immediately
> upon receipt. The deadline for applications is April 30, 1997. Applications
> should be sent to: Professor Mark Beissinger, CREECA, 210 Ingraham Hall,
> 1155 Observatory Drive, Madison, WI. 53706. Questions about the position
> and the CREECA program may be directed to Professor Mark Beissinger at
> The University of Wisconsin-Madison is an equal opportunity employer.
> Applicants should be aware that, under the Wisconsin State Open Records law,
> unless confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding the
> applicants must be released upon request, and finalists cannot be guaranteed