Academic Coordinators are appointees who administer academic programs that provide service closely related to the teaching or research mission of the University. This service may be provided to academic departments, to organized research units, to students, or to the general public. Determination of the appropriate level for an appointment for an Academic Coordinator shall take into consideration such factors as program scope and complexity. The duties of an Academic Coordinator are primarily administrative. Individuals in an Academic Coordinator title who are assigned research or instructional duties are required to hold a dual title.
This Academic Coordinator position provides leadership and support for the Statewide Project and CHSSP regional sites in the context of the California Subject Matter Project (CSMP) model and mission. This Academic Coordinator conceives of new programmatic and funding initiatives; provides expertise for curriculum creation and implementation; leads the Project’s World History initiative; supports strategic planning for the network; develops and supports specific projects. In addition, this Academic Coordinator, who reports to the CHSSP Executive Director, provides academic support for the Executive and Assistant Directors and regional sites in the design and implementation of professional development. This Academic Coordinator also advises the CHSSP Executive and Assistant Directors and Advisory Board regarding changes and developments facing the field and participates in meetings scheduled by the CHSSP Executive Director and Advisory Board.
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