Job Post: Language Arts Supervisor – PreK-12

1. Valid NJ Instructional Certificate
2. Valid NJ Supervisor Certificate
3. Successful experience and demonstration of knowledge and understanding of child growth and development; effective instructional strategies; learning assessments and diagnosis; and research related to learning. Elementary experience a plus.

The primary role of the Language Arts/Literacy Supervisor is to mentor and support teaching and learning through modeling, coaching, evaluating and professional development to improve and accelerate student achievement through quality curriculum and instruction. A Language Arts/Literacy Supervisor is a certified, highly qualified teacher who demonstrates leadership skills and has expertise in curriculum, instructional strategies, child development, classroom management and knowledge of adult learning theory.


Patrick B. McDermott, Ph.D.

Title: Brewing Community: A Qualitative Case Study Examination of the Campus Pub as Part of Campus Ecology

Dr. Katie Smith (Mentor)
Dr. Rong Chen
Dr. Manuel Gonzalez

Oral Defense: May 6, 2024 @ 11:00 am

Defense Teams Link:

Job Posting: Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

Job opening with my current employer at the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.

This position works with students and families in our Young Scholars Program (7th, 8th grade, and high school students). This would be a great opportunity for new or recent graduates who are interested in working with high-achieving students with financial need.

I work with the higher education team, but I’m happy to answer any questions about the organization.

  • Salary Range: $62,000.00 To 72,000.00 Annually
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree in curriculum & teaching, school counseling, school psychology, or other education-related field preferred.
  • Minimum of three years of experience in a counseling, education, teaching, youth development, or other relevant setting required.
  • Remote/Hybrid (relocation may be needed depending on the state of residency)

Check out the job description here:

Further Information Contact: Natasha N. Piñeiros
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Lunch and Lead with Dr. Jennifer Timmer

Join us for our CHDCM IE Lunch and Lead hosted by Dr. Jennifer, Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Leadership, Management and Policy at the College of Human Development, Culture, and Media (CHDCM).  Dr. Timmer will share her research focused on the gender disparities in principal salaries, how pathways to the superintendency differ by race and gender, and the “glass cliff” phenomenon of hiring women into precarious leadership positions.

Dr. Timmer’s research focuses on representation, access, and compensation in the principalship and superintendency, and how quantitative methods can help advance equity in education. She was awarded a grant from the Seton Hall University Research Council to compile a rich statewide longitudinal data set appropriate for research on education leaders in New Jersey and is using this data set to investigate representation of newly hired leaders in precarious positions as defined by student achievement or school/district funding levels.

Tuesday, March 26, 12 p.m.
Bishop Dougherty University Center, Event Lounge


Library Workshops for Students

Title Date Time
Data Management Workshop 14-Mar 2:00 PM
Conducting a Literature Review 12-Mar 12:00 AM
Copyright Presentation 18-Mar 2:00 PM
Library Publication Procedures 19-Mar 2:00 PM
An Introductory Session to Stata 21-Mar 4:00 PM
Using APA Guidelines 24-Mar 2:00 PM
An Introductory Session to Atlas.ti 25-Mar 4:00 PM
Academic Writing 26-Mar 12:00 PM

The events are posted on the website: