Maine Physical Sciences Partnership
Maine Center for Research in STEM Education
The University of Maine
The Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (RiSE) at the University of Maine has four open professional positions at this time.
These positions are part of the Maine Physical Sciences Partnership, an innovative, multi-million dollar, research and development effort funded by the National Science Foundation for five years. The Maine Physical Sciences Partnership brings together University of Maine faculty, staff and students, approximately 50 Maine schools, and Maine non-profits involved in STEM education to target the improvement of teaching and learning of physical sciences in grades 6-9 and the recruitment, preparation and retention of science and mathematics teachers. More information about the Maine Physical Sciences Partnership can be found at www.umaine.edu/mainepsp/. The Maine Elementary Sciences Partnership (MaineESP), funded through the Maine Department of Education, leverages the infrastructure created by the MainePSP to strengthen science teaching and learning in the elementary grades. Information about the responsibilities and qualifications required for these positions is available at http://jobs.umaine.edu, and details about how to apply are also provided at this link. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.
4 New Professional Positions available are:
- Resource Coordinator for the Maine Physical Sciences Partnership and Maine Elementary Sciences Partnership
- Research and Evaluation Coordinator for the Maine Physical Sciences Partnership
- Project Coordinator for the Maine Elementary Sciences Partnership
- K-12 Initiatives Coordinator for the Maine Physical Sciences Partnership
The University of Maine is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.