The Marsico Institute at the University of Denver is currently offering a postdoctoral fellowship that will provide training focusing on early STEM learning for children with disabilities. The 2-3 year fellowship is a unique opportunity to learn and contribute to all aspects of the work of a new and innovative center focused on knowledge development, applied research, and technical assistance related to early STEM learning for children with disabilities. We are seeking individuals interested in gaining skills in knowledge and product development, applied research, and technical assistance related to early STEM learning for children with disabilities.
Please visit https://dujobs.silkroad.com/ to apply.
Doctoral degree in early childhood/early childhood special education or a related field before beginning the fellowship and have a demonstrated interest in early childhood inclusion and early STEM learning.
Experience working with practitioners in early childhood classrooms or community settings or in conducting applied research with children with disabilities in early childhood classrooms and community settings.
Experience in coordinating research or technical assistance projects will be helpful.
Internal Number: 006096
About University of Denver
The Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver is a leader in innovative and effective approaches for promoting learning throughout the lifespan. Transcending traditional ideas about education and schooling, we embrace a new, comprehensive vision of learning as a lifelong activity that involves the whole person and can occur through a variety of methods, anywhere and at any time. We promote educational change and social equity in addition to providing leadership for the improvement of education, mental health, and information services and systems.