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- 1-3, UHM Hawai'inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, (Manoa), tenure-track, permanent, 1.0 FTE, nine-month, general funds, to begin August 2017.
- Develop undergraduate and graduate courses for the Hawaiian language program;
- Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the Hawaiian language;
- Advise and mentor undergraduate and graduate students in their courses of study;
- Research, develop, and implement innovative Hawaiian curriculum to reflect the link between culture and language;
- Engage in professional development activities;
- Participate in faculty/administrative committees and community service;
- Provide service in areas of expertise to the department, university and larger community;
- Maintain a record of academic scholarship as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications;
- Work collaboratively and colleglally with students, faculty, staff, and administrators;
- And, perform other duties as assigned.
- Doctoral degree in relevant field (ABD, terminal degrees, e.g., M.F.A.), and professional degrees (e.g., J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school) may be considered;
- High degree of fluency and proficiency in written and spoken Hawaiian;
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in Hawaiian and English;
- Demonstrated ability to multi-task and meet multiple deadlines effectively;
- Significant knowledge of Hawaiian culture and its link to Hawaiian language;
- Evidence of successful teaching as substantiated by recent student evaluations, peer evaluations, and/or current professional references;
- Demonstrated knowledge of traditional Hawaiian educational ways of knowing and practical application thereof;
- Demonstrated commitment to academic research as demonstrated by research record;
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratlvely with Native Hawaiian communities;
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively and collegially with students, faculty, staff, and administrators, as substantiated by recent student evaluations, peer evaluations, and/or current professional references.
- Demonstrated experience in advising students;
- Demonstrated evidence of teaching excellence in Hawaiian language courses, as substantiated by recent student evaluations, peer evaluations, current professional references and/or teaching awards;
- Demonstrated experience in developing Hawaiian language curricula materials;
- Demonstrated experience in incorporating cultural knowledge and practice within language acquisition curricula;
- Willingness to learn online/web-based technology and to teach and develop online web-based courses and materials;
- Demonstrated record of academic research.
- Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language
- Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge UHM
- Attn: Dr. Annette Wong
- 2540 Maile Way, Spalding 253
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Associate Professor Annette Wong, Director; 808-956-2228
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