Chatham University seeks a visionary leader and entrepreneur who is passionate about sustainability to serve as its next Dean of the Falk School of Sustainability. Chatham University is a private, nonsectarian, selective, comprehensive Masters L university that offers undergraduate, master’s level, and doctoral programs to more than 2,200 students. Chatham’s mission expresses a strong commitment to women’s education and leadership, global and intercultural education, and sustainability and the environment. It is home to the Rachel Carson Institute, named for one of its most famous alumnae, Rachel Carson ’29, author and icon in the environmental movement. In the last decade, programmatic innovation has spurred tremendous growth, making Chatham the fastest growing institution in Pittsburgh during this time.
Under the direction of the Dean, Technology and Applied Sciences provides overall support and assistance through the coordination of daily operations of the assigned areas: Quality Engineering and Energy Engineering Technologies, Renewable Energy, Sustainable Facilities Operations, HVAC and Power Engineering programs. Managing courses associated with programs in ECAM and the MATC Solar Farm; supervises faculty and staff; provides leadership direction and support in collaboration with the Dean; manage grant-funded initiatives; maintains program currency; develops programs and curriculum to meet the needs and interests of students, business, and the community.
The University of Vermont (UVM), one of the oldest universities in America, seeks an accomplished, inspiring, collaborative leader to serve as Dean of the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR). This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced academic leader with the vision to advance a vital unit within one of the nation’s premier small public research universities.