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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR
RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE SOCIETY
EXECUTIVE TEAM MEMBERS
Term: Fall 2020-2023
The Residential College Society Executive Team seeks two individuals to replace two outgoing team members: Dr. Jennifer Post and Dr. James Penven. The positions will be held for a term of three years and are eligible for renewal once. Applicants should hold a position in student affairs or in academic affairs (viz., faculty members or academic administrators). Applicants must have experience with residential colleges and/or a residential college model and be affiliated with a postsecondary institution.
In submitting an application, individuals agree to commit to the following:
- Attendance at annual Residential College Symposium as well as pre-symposium meeting of RCS Executive Team.
- Attendance at in-person meeting of RCS Executive Team meeting on the campus of the upcoming host institution, typcially during May or June.
- Participate in bi-monthly virtual Executive Team meetings.
Submit a current CV and letter of application. Letter must include candidate’s experience with residential colleges, anticipated contributions to the Society and the Executive Team, a willingness to meet the above commitments, support from home institution for travel to RCS and Executive team meeting, and overall interest in serving on the RCS Executive Team.
Applications should be submitted electronically to RCS Executive Team Co-Chairs: Dr. Shannon Lundeen, firstname.lastname@example.org; and Dr. James Penven, email@example.com . Applications must be received by: January 1, 2020.
APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED TO HOST
2022 RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE SYMPOSIUM
Showcase your campus and your residential colleges by hosting our annual Symposia. More information available in our RCS Annual Meeting_ Host Institution Guide (pdf)
Transforming higher education by advancing
the Residential College experience
Cohabitantes Discamus “Dwelling together, let us learn”
The Residential College Society seeks to transform higher education by providing a learning network for faculty and student affairs educators to share knowledge, build community, and advance scholarship about the residential college experience.
The initiatives, programs, and services of the Residential College Society are focused on four primary pillars:
Experience — Scholarship — Knowledge — Community