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Nonprofit Leadership Director and Assistant/Associate Professor
The Nonprofit Leadership program in the College of Arts & Sciences at Seattle University (SU) invites applications for a Director position starting in either September 2019 or September 2020, depending on candidate availability. Deadline is June 17
University of Florida
Assistant Professor in Nonprofit Leadership and Community Science
The University of Florida is recruiting an Assistant Professor in Nonprofit Leadership and Community Science.
University of Georgia
School of Social Work
The Thomas P. Holland Distinguished Professorship in Nonprofit Management and Leadership
Proudly, the School of Social Work announces the Thomas P. Holland Distinguished Professorship in Nonprofit Management and Leadership and invites applications and nominations for the position. The professorship is named for Dr. Thomas P. Holland, Professor Emeritus, who provided distinguished leadership and service as a member of the University of Georgia faculty for 26 years. His research focused on nonprofit board effectiveness. Dr. Holland was instrumental in the development of the Institute for Nonprofit Organizations (INPO) at the School of Social Work and served as Co-Director. The INPO educates leaders who will strengthen the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations throughout Georgia, the Southeast, the U.S., and globally. The Master’s of Nonprofit Management and Leadership program is administered through the INPO.
Nonprofit Administration Program
The Nonprofit Administration Program at Lindenwood University is looking for a well-qualified instructor (experience in the field; experience in teaching; at least a Masters degree in a related field; track record of positive student course evaluations) to teach its graduate level online Nonprofit Budgeting and Financial Management course as an adjunct professor. Applicants must have online teaching experience and experience teaching financial management specifically for nonprofit organizations, thus understanding the application and nuances. Experience using Canvas as an LMS preferred. Course is taught twice a year in 8-week term increments.
If interested, please send a resume/CV and cover letter outlining interest and relevant experience to Dr. Julie Turner, Professor and Department Chair, Nonprofit Administration, Lindenwood University – email@example.com.