Source: Mandel Center – Brandeis
The Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education at Brandeis University seeks a talented scholar for a two-year residential Postdoctoral Fellowship, to begin July 2013. The Fellowship is intended to expand the research capacities of the Mandel Center while supporting the scholarship of a promising researcher in Jewish education.
Appropriate candidates are expected to have received a doctorate in education, Jewish education or a related field between July 2011 and July 2013.
Additional qualifications include a commitment to the mission of the Mandel Center, interest in the problems of teaching and learning in Jewish education, extensive professional experience in Jewish educational settings, an emerging record of publication, and strong scholarly potential in Jewish education research.
The Postdoctoral Fellow will be expected to contribute to the Center’s work and advance his or her own complementary scholarly agenda, to participate in the intellectual activities of the Center, and to contribute to the work of others while pursuing her or his own scholarship. When appropriate to the Fellow’s professional goals, the Fellow may be invited to teach in the undergraduate or graduate Education program at the university or within one of the Center’s programs. The Fellow may also be invited to present at some of the Center’s public events.
About the Mandel Center:
The Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education advances knowledge about teaching and learning and promotes thoughtful uses of research to strengthen Jewish education for a more vibrant Jewish community.
For more information and application see Mandel's website.