The Office of Undergraduate Education works to promote and improve quality of academic programs and student success at OSU, a critical element of the university’s Strategic Plan, with a particular emphasis on increasing and equalizing retention and graduation rates across all student populations. Within the Office of Undergraduate Education, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is a learner-centered faculty development organization with resources to offer programming to meet the needs of all faculty, collaborates closely with the colleges to implement discipline-based programming, and integrates evidence, data, and current research into its services to improve teaching and learning focusing on high-impact practices.
Within the framework of this charge, the Instructional Consultant reports directly to the Associate Provost for Transformative Learning and holds the following responsibilities:
The Instructional Consultant holds primary responsibility for developing and implementing programming and consulting services in collaboration with the colleges emphasizing teaching excellence and learning innovation.
Conduct individual consultations and classroom visits with OSU instructors to support improvements in teaching and learning.
Collaborate in the design and implementation of CTL programming and assessment.
Minimum qualifications: Master's degree in adult education; Master's degree in another field with five years of full-time higher education teaching experience; or preferred Ph.D. or Ed.D in education or other related fields.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate with education and experience.