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Expires March 21 2020

Director, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute

CU Boulder

The University of Colorado Boulder (CU) encourages applications for the Director of the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI). Situated in Colorado’s fast-growing Front Range, RASEI is a joint Institute between CU and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). The Institute’s mission is to expedite the development and deployment of science, engineering and public policy innovations supporting sustainable energy solutions nationally and worldwide through research, education and technology commercialization.The Institute brings together researchers from NREL and CU faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering and Applied Science. In addition to leveraging accomplished CU faculty, RASEI has attracted outstanding senior, mid-level and junior tenure-track faculty to its ranks in the last ten years. Faculty have tenure homes in departments such as Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, Chemical and Biological Engineering (ChBE), Electrical Computer and Energy Engineering (ECEE), Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering (CEAE), Mechanical Engineering (ME), and others. These faculty members are affiliated with NREL science and technology directorates including Bioenergy Science and Technology, Energy Systems Integration, Materials, and Chemical Science and Technology, Mechanical and Thermal Engineering Sciences, and Scientific Computing and Energy Analysis.


CU Boulder is a nationally-ranked public institution and one of the leading research universities in the country. CU Boulder is a member of the Association of American Universities, an elite group of 62 research universities. The university provides a technologically focused education to more than 34,500 undergraduate and graduate students across 150 fields of study, ranging from engineering, computing, and sciences, to business, economics, law, and liberal arts. In FY19, CU Boulder received total research funding of $630.9M and had R&D expenditures of $489.9M. The university has an annual impact of $3.85B on the state economy.NREL is a leader in the U.S. Department of Energy’s effort to secure an environmentally and economically sustainable energy future. With locations in Golden and Boulder, Colorado and a satellite office in Washington, D.C., NREL is the primary laboratory for research, development, and deployment of renewable and advanced energy technologies in the United States.




Expires March 21 2020

Dean, College of Engineering and Applied Science

CU Boulder

This is an opportunity for an extraordinary leader to join CEAS. The Dean will have a strong academic record and be widely recognized for thought leadership. He/she will be a respected leader who is operationally savvy, highly knowledgeable of cutting-edge educational approaches, and able to sustain and build a thriving research enterprise. The Dean will also be capable of managing complexity and effectively leading and communicating through the tectonic changes occurring in the academy today. The successful candidate will inherit an exceptional foundation for advancing CEAS initiatives. College academic leaders are aggressively promoting excellence in education and scholarship, research, and providing the highest quality student experience. Working in a strong spirit of collaboration, the leadership team is demonstrating innovation, strong mission alignment, and unified ambition in achieving CEAS goals as reflected in recent success. Reporting to the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, the Dean will have the opportunity to shape the College with his/her own vision and programs, leveraging the existing strengths of an already exceptionally strong institution. The successful candidate must be a compelling leader whose passion for the educational, service, and research missions energize the faculty, students, and staff, focusing their efforts on a strategic vision of excellence. He/she must also be a competent and prudent steward of CEAS, guiding it through what will almost certainly be uncharted change in the higher education environment. Importantly, the Dean must be trusted by all stakeholders as a strong advocate for balancing the research, educational, and service missions as well as advocating for inclusion and diversity. The Dean will promote a culture of institutional stewardship and transparency, and a willingness to re-align resources with evolving strategies.


Please direct all applications, nominations, and inquiries for the position to the search firm at the contact information below: 


Paul Chou, Co-Managing Director, and Josh Ward, Ph.D., Senior Associate

Global Education Practice, Korn Ferry

CU Boulder is the flagship university of the University of Colorado system and is one of only 36 U.S. public research institutions in the Association of American Universities.  Founded in 1893, the College of Engineering and Applied Science at CU Boulder is the second largest of seven schools and colleges at one of the nation's top public research institutions. CEAS includes six academic departments and over two dozen academic programs and research centers. The College enrolls approximately 5,250 undergraduates and 2,100 graduate students and employs about 360 full-time tenure track, teaching, and research faculty as well as 260 staff. Additional information about CU Boulder and CEAS can be found online at and

What You Should Know

The Search Committee will begin reviewing candidates immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Priority consideration will be given to materials received by March 1, 2020.  Applications should include 1) a detailed CV and 2) a letter of interest that addresses your interest in becoming the Dean, what experiences you have had that make you a good fit for the role, and why now is a good time for you to consider this opportunity.  To ensure full consideration, inquiries, nominations, and applications (PDF preferred) should be submitted electronically, in confidence, to: 

Expires March 23 2020

Director, Office of Wellbeing

Wake Forest University


Wake Forest University has made a commitment to holistic wellbeing for students, faculty, and staff, and the Director serves as the campus leader in creating a comprehensive culture of wellbeing. In order to promote the health, resilience, and overall wellbeing of our campus, the Director leads the assessment, strategic development, and implementation of both innovative and evidence-based approaches. The Director stays abreast of intersecting national and higher education trends regarding effective resilience, prevention, and health promotion strategies, overseeing and coordinating the work of health promotion professionals into a comprehensive program for the campus community. The Director consults with campus partners and constituents regarding alignment with the Thrive comprehensive campus wellbeing initiative. Within the Division of Campus Life, the Office of Wellbeing is a part of the Health & Wellbeing team of offices, with the Director serving on its Leadership Team, as well as the Vice President of Campus Life’s Leadership Team. The Director is responsible for managing the office’s budget, using best practice approaches and available data to inform the allocation of resources to have the greatest impact on the community.



Expires March 09 2020


Compton College

Under the direction of the President/Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President of Academic
Affairs provides leadership in the planning, development, and implementation of the District’s
instructional program while working collaboratively with academic and student support services
personnel; provides technological and research leadership to offer planning services and programs
which advance the educational mission of Compton College; plans, develops, recommends, and
implements policies and procedures; oversees the accreditation process for the college and special
instructional program, assures compliance with Compton College, district, state, and federal
regulations; and supervises and evaluates the
performance of assigned personnel.

Expires March 27 2020

Director of Development, Northeast, Department of University Advancement

Wake Forest UniversityAdvancement

The Director of Development, Northeast is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, securing and stewarding major gifts of $50,000 to $1,000,000 for Wake Forest University from alumni, parents and friends of Wake Forest University, with a primary area focus of the Northeast territory. This person manages a portfolio of at least 120 prospects and supervises the Northeast Territory Development Coordinator. Works closely with other advancement staff, university administrators, and faculty to strengthen relationships to increase philanthropic support for WFU. Positions may be located remotely within assigned geographic territory.

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