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Position Details

Honors Program Director - available to current Faculty, only

In preparation for reinstating the Honors Program Fall 2014, LSUA is seeking a Director for the Honors Program. The Program Director, who will report to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, will:

• Develop and implement a comprehensive plan for recruiting, admitting, and mentoring incoming Honors students;
• Organize the activities of the Honors Curriculum Committee;
• Coordinate activities with Student Support and Enrollment Management;
• Work with the department chairs to develop a list of possible Honors courses for each of the university's departments;
• Oversee the budget;
• Manage and oversee the student governance of the Honors Program, and its various activities, including peer mentoring events and social media;
• Assist faculty in the development of honors contracts;
• Oversee service learning opportunities;
• Serve as a liaison to the national organization (NCHC);
• Develop and implement an assessment plan for the Honors Program, and
• Perform other duties assigned by the Provost.

Occasional but infrequent deviation from regular weekday schedule will be expected. Bearing in mind these and related responsibilities, the Program Director will be working on multiple projects at any given time and interfacing with numerous constituencies on campus and beyond. The successful candidate will therefore possess exceptional organizational abilities, outstanding interpersonal skills, and a consistently positive disposition. This position may be compensated with course release time and/or additional compensation.


Master’s degree
Ability to navigate databases and computer programs
Superior listening and critical thinking skills
Strong interpersonal/human relations skills
Excellent verbal and written communication
Doctoral degree
Professional or undergraduate experience with an Honors College or Program
Some budget management/accounting experience
Knowledge of LSU of Alexandria programs and admissions requirements

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled, with a preferred application deadline of: April 1, 2014.

Available for current employees with Faculty status only.

Send applications to Barbara Hatfield at

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  • Faculty Members - Members of the academic staff holding rank of instructor or above and equivalent ranks. Faculty may be 9 month or 12 month employees and they may teach and/or do research.
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