The CU Boulder School of Education is located at the flagship campus of the University of Colorado, situated at the base of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, 25 miles northwest of Denver.  Our internationally recognized faculty’s deep commitments to equity and access are reflected in our research, policy, and practice. We seek scholars, staff, and students who are committed to addressing the pressing educational challenges facing our country from a wide array of disciplinary perspectives and to working with diverse populations. Join us!


Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

Faculty scholars will join a nationally recognized faculty whose deep commitments to equity and access are reflected in our research, policy, and practice. We seek scholars who are committed to addressing the pressing educational challenges facing our country from a wide array of methodological and disciplinary perspectives and scholars who are committed to working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations. What unites us as faculty, staff and students is our shared commitments to evidence-based policy and practice and democracy diversity, and social justice. Priority will be given to candidates with an active and coherent research agenda, a strong publication record commensurate with experience, and a corresponding record of success in obtaining outside funding. We seek candidates who are interested in contributing to our innovative teacher education programs and our doctoral programs across several areas.

For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo,

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Instructor & Adjunct Faculty Positions

Adjunct Faculty Position

Adjunct Lecturer, Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Ed/Special Ed Generalist - Job Posting #07604

The School of Education offers the Master’s degree in Educational Equity & Cultural Diversity (EECD): Bilingual/ESL Special Education. Completion of this program qualifies teachers for the double endorsement in the areas of Special Education Generalist and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (K-12). Coursework in this program contains both CLD and special education content delivered in an integrated way leading to the MA degree and double endorsements. Through a grant funded by the Office of English Language Acquisition National Professional Development division titled “Diversity Endorsement and Community Engagement (DECE)”, the Principal Investigator is seeking lecturers to teach double endorsement graduate level courses through the DECE project in a rural mountain community. Courses are taught using a hybrid format with class sessions delivered online along with a few onsite sessions in Eagle County, CO.

The purpose of this search is to generate a pool of potential lecturers. Actual teaching possibilities will be determined based on the sequence of the project courses aligned with lecturer background.

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For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo, 


Staff Positions

Planning, Assessment, and Reporting AnalystJob # 12499

The School of Education is seeking a Full-Time Planning, Assessment, and Reporting Analyst. This position is responsible for the implementation and management of information systems to provide data analysis and reporting for marketing, evaluation, and reporting functions as determined by external professional accrediting organizations, university, campus and School of Education decision makers. This position produces data reports that provide systematic, accurate, timely, and critical information about students, instructors, courses, and programs in the School of Education for management and planning purposes.

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For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo,

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Faculty & Staff Research Positions

PostDoctoral Associate (Research Faculty) - Job Posting # 11199 

The Educational Equity and Cultural Diversity Program and The BUENO Center for Multicultural Education at the University of Colorado Boulder seeks two experienced Spanish-English bilingual social scientists with a strong theoretical and methodological backgrounds in designing and conducting school-based research and professional development on teaching writing to emergent bilinguals. Under the supervision of Dr. Mileidis Gort, the full-time postdoctoral associates will participate in the development and implementation of at least two research projects. The first study will investigate the specific language features of academic genres for which Spanish-English emergent bilinguals may need explicit instruction as they learn to write across their languages for school purposes. The second project will develop modules for teacher professional development—using a genre-based pedagogy with strong emphasis on language—in teaching the genres of writing to elementary-age emergent bilinguals.

The postdoctoral associates should have deep and broad knowledge of biliteracy theory and pedagogy and experience with qualitative field methods, as well as substantive expertise in one or more of the following areas: bilingual writing development; genre-based pedagogy; systemic functional linguistics; teacher professional development; or mixed methods.

The postdoctoral associates will participate in all phases of research, including instrument development, data collection, data analysis, and publication of results. In addition, the research associates will be encouraged to develop publications that build on her or his emerging research agenda. These positions require the capacity to build strong relationships with peer researchers and practitioners in the field, as well as the ability and willingness to work individually and as part of multi-site teams, and to provide supervision to undergraduate and graduate research assistants.

Each position is for a minimum of one year, starting January 1, 2018 or later, with the possibility of renewal conditional upon performance and available funding, for a maximum of three years per position. 

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For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo, 

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