sending the following to email@example.com: a cover letter, curriculum vitae,
teaching dossier (including a statement of
teaching philosophy), a sample of academic
writing, and a statement outlining current
and future research interests. Applicants
should ask at least three referees to send letters directly to the College via e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org. To ensure full
consideration, all application materials
should be received by March 15, 2015. The
University of Toronto offers the opportunity to teach, conduct research and live in
one of the most diverse and cosmopolitan
areas in the world. For more information
about University College, please visit www.
uc.utoronto.ca/; for the Canadian Studies
Program, please visit www.uc.utoronto.ca/
canadianstudies. The University of Toronto
is strongly committed to diversity within its
community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons
with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute
to the further diversification of ideas. All
qualified candidates are encouraged to
apply; however, Canadians and permanent
residents will be given priority.
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Fairleigh Dickinson University - Title:
Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator International School of Hospitality and
Tourism Management - Vancouver Campus.
Summary: The Program Coordinator of
Vancouver, International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management reports to
the Vancouver Campus Provost, Dean of
Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies,
and Director of the International School of
Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Responsibilities include the day-to-day
operations and supervision of the faculty,
administrative staff, and work-study students of the School. The School at the Vancouver Campus offers a Bachelor of Arts
with a specialization in Hospitality and
Tourism and a Master of Science in Hospitality Management Studies. In addition, the
Program Coordinator is responsible for
upholding university regulations, curricula,
and quality of instruction, internship supervision, student achievement and specific
student activities. The Program Coordinator
represents the School in academic and
industry fora and acts as liaison for alumni
and the Hospitality Board of Advisors in
Vancouver. This position is a tenure-track,
Assistant Professor rank and is required to
teach six ( 6) credit hours of graduate course-work per semester in a trimester academic
year. Minimum Qualifications: 1) Doctoral
degree in hospitality, business, or related
field; 2) Ten years senior management work
experience in the hospitality or tourism
industry; 3) Seven years graduate teaching
experience and curriculum development; 4)
Record of scholarship and publishing in
academic peer-reviewed journals; 5) Administrative experience leading faculty and staff
(preferred); 6) Marketing abilities to
Research Chairs in Molecular Imaging and
Lakehead University/Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute
Lakehead University, in partnership with the Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute (TBRRI), invites applications from
recognized and respected scholars to be considered for up to two Lakehead University/TBRRI Research Chairs in molecular
imaging and advanced diagnostics. These positions will be tenure-track or tenured and available in any academic rank at the
University depending on candidates’ qualifications. Chairs will be appointed in one of three faculties: Engineering, Science and
Environmental Studies or Health and Behavioural Sciences. Qualified candidates are sought who have an established research
program relative to the broad field of medical imaging technology and applications. The candidates should have expertise in
one or more of the following areas:
Particular areas of interest include investigation of techniques and technologies to establish new modalities for medical imaging,
informatics, and biomedical engineering. Engineering candidates are expected to be registered professional engineers or
qualified and willing to pursue such designation in the Province of Ontario.
Science and Environmental Studies
Particular areas of interest include the discovery of biomarkers and the development of imaging probes, application of medical
imaging to human biology, development of medical imaging as a surrogate endpoint for clinical trials, development and
application of techniques for image-guided interventions, and medical biophysics.
Health and Behavioural Sciences
Particular areas of interest include the application of medical imaging to: Aboriginal health, cardiovascular disease, cancer,
chronic lung disease, mental health and addiction, comprehensive hospital-based clinical services, development and
application of techniques for functional magnetic resonance imaging, and injury and disability.
The successful candidates will hold a Doctoral degree, have excellent research credentials, and have a demonstrated record of
securing competitive external research funding. Candidates must be researchers who can bring an innovative perspective to the
University in carrying out and leading research, and contributing to the undergraduate and graduate programs at the University.
The Chairs’ expertise will complement research underway at Lakehead University and TBRRI. The Chairs will contribute to the
on-going initiative to develop an interdisciplinary program in Medical Biophysics and Imaging at Lakehead University. Ph.D.
programs are currently available in Biotechnology, Chemistry and Material Science, and Psychology. A Ph.D. program in
Electrical and Computer Engineering is currently under development as well. Chairs will be given a competitive salary, start-up
package, and a reduced teaching load.
Lakehead University offers on-campus and community-based programs, continuing education and distributed learning, and
graduate programs at the Master’s and Doctoral levels. Lakehead is a comprehensive research-intensive University providing an
impressive array of programs in professional arts, sciences, and the west campus of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.
The University has an enrolment of approximately 8,100 students at campuses in Thunder Bay and Orillia, with a significant
Aboriginal contingent at the Thunder Bay campus. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca
TBRRI is a health research institute, located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is an independent, not-for-profit research corporation,
and a joint venture partner of Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. TBRRI’s mission is to improve the quality of
healthcare through excellence in patient-centred research, pioneering a new standard of excellence in the clinical investigation
of novel molecular imaging-based diagnostic technologies for disease prevention, early detection, and image-guided treatment.
For further information, please visit: www.tbrri.com
Applications including a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, five-year research plan, three publications that demonstrate a
significant contribution to the field, evidence of teaching effectiveness (such as a statement of teaching philosophy, teaching
evaluations, course outlines), and the contact information of three referees should be sent to:
Andrew P. Dean, Interim Vice-President Research Economic Development and Innovation
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada P7B 5E1
tel: 807-343-8201 e-mail: email@example.com
Review of applications will commence on March 15, 2015 and will continue until the positions are filled.
Lakehead University and the Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute are Equal Opportunity Employers. We are committed to
creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcome applications from all qualified individuals including women, members
of visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, and persons with disabilities. We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected
for an interview will be notified. Priority will be given to Canadian Citizens and Landed Immigrants.