Assistant Director for Public Engagement, The National WWII Museum

  • 05 Oct 2020 4:43 PM
    Message # 9285407

    The National WWII Museum is currently seeking an Assistant Director of Public Engagement.  Reporting directly to the Director of Education, this position provides enthusiastic and purposeful leadership in defining the scope and direction of the Museum’s public programs, inspired by the Museum’s mission and permanent collection, special exhibits and traveling exhibit programming.  These programs include commemoration and anniversary programs, youth and family programs, summer camps, scout programs, teen programs, unique programming opportunities, and local and national outreach programs.  The Assistant Director supervises the members of the community engagement programs team, as well as plays a leading role in cultivating and sustaining our relationships with local, regional, and national program partners including the New Orleans Public Library and the New Orleans Recreation Department.

    Qualifications:

    • 1.      Bachelor’s degree required (Master’s degree preferred) in history, arts administration, museum education, education or related field.
    • 2.      Minimum of five years’ experience developing and implementing educational programming in a museum setting and experience developing and coordinating community outreach and engagement efforts for localized audiences.
    • 3.      Experience managing full-time and/or part-time staff, interns, and volunteers.
    • 4.      Experience working with and delivering programs to diverse youth, family, and adult audiences.
    • 5.      Background in successful collaboration with staff, volunteers, guests, and community partners from a variety of social backgrounds and experiences, including race, ethnicity, gender expression, sexuality, age, ability, and all walks of life.
    • 6.      Must have a comfort level with Zoom and basic distance learning technology in order to collaborate on programs with the distance learning team.
    • 7.      Strong organizational skills.
    • 8.      Exceptional written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • 9.      Willingness to work evenings and weekends during special events and programs.

    The National WWII Museum offers a competitive wage and benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance, long-term disability insurance, 401k, and paid vacation and sick leave.

    The National WWII Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diversity in its workforce.  We are dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including age, sex, race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability.  Consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act, applicants may request accommodations needed to participate in the application process.

    Interested candidates should apply online at www.nationalww2museum.org/employment or mail resumes to 945 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70130.


  • 20 Oct 2020 11:04 AM
    Reply # 9314981 on 9285407
    PHILIP D. SUPINA

                                  DR. PHILIP D.  SUPINA

                                           1522 Burdett Street

                                           New Orleans, LA  70118

                                           E-mail:  Philip.supina@yahoo.com

                                           Phone:  (520) 400 6638

    EDUCATION

    B.A., University of Arizona,

              Majors:  History and Political Science

    M.A., Johns Hopkins School of Adv. International Studies

              Majors:  International Relations, Economics, Asian Studies

              (complete except for language requirement)

    Ph.D.,  Boston University

              Majors:  European History and Political Science

              Dissertation:  Norman Angell and the Years of Illusion, l908-1914:

              A Study in European Pacifism

              Directors:  Prof. Sydney Burrell and Pref. Howard Zinn

    J.D., Gonzaga University School of Law

              Major interests:  Criminal Law and Environmental Law

    M.A.C.J.,  Mercyhurst College (now university)

              Master’s Thesis:  “Crime and Punishment in post-Soviet Russia,”

              Director:  Prof. Frank Hagan

    TEACHING AND LEGAL EXPERIENCE

             

    Gonzaga University, l971 – l975, Ass’t. Prof. of History and Political Science

    Alaska State Human Rights Commission, l975 – l977 Administrative Counsel,

    Assoc. Counsel with W. Edward Morgan, Tucson, AZ, l977 – l981

    Sinte Gleska (Native American) College, Rosebud Reservation, Mission, South Dakota, l981 – l983, Ass’t. Prof.  of History, Political Science and Geography

    Ass’t. Prof. of History and Political Science, Cameron University, Lawton, OK, l983-l989

    Fulbright Scholar in Law, Beijing Foreign Studies University (Bei Wai), l988-l989

    Mercyhurst College (now University), Ass’t. Prof. of History and Polit. Science, l989-l997

    Fulbright Scholar in Law, International Law Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation, l997-1999

    Visiting Prof. of History, Shippensburg State University, Shippensburg, PA, 2000-2002

    Assoc. Counsel with W. Edward Morgan, Tucson, AZ,  2002-2007

    Lincoln Memorial University, Assoc. Prof. of Law and Criminal Justice, 2007-2015

    Private law practice, 2015 to present, Tucson, Arizona

    COURSES TAUGHT

    World History and Civilization I, II              American Government

    American History I, II                                  State and Local Government

    Renaissance and Reformation                      Constitutional Law

    The Scientific Revolution                            Criminal Law

    French Revolution and Napoleon                 Criminal Procedure

    The Industrial Revolution                            Juvenile Justice

    Russia, Imperial and Modern                       Restorative Justice

    China, Imperial and Modern                        White Collar Crime

    Constitutional History of United States        Ethics of Criminal Justice

    War in the Twentieth Century                      Environmental Law

    The South before the Civil War                    Legal Research and Writing

    The Civil War and Reconstruction               Race, Sex and Crime

    The Great Depression and New Deal            The Courts and Crime

    America in World War II                              Crime in Novels and Films

    American History Since l945                       Asian Environmental History

    American Environmental History                 American Economic History

    AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

    Phi Beta Kappa, University of Arizona

    Charles Merrill Scholar, Johns Hopkins School of Adv. International Studies

    U.S. Steel Fellow, Boston University

    NEH Summer Seminar, Brown University,  Anthony Molho, “Europe as a  Model

    For Modernization,” Summer, l974

    NEH Summer Seminar, Yale University, John Brewer, “Albion’s Fatal Tree:  English

    Social History in l8th Century,” Summer, l980

    Mellon Fellow, Appalachian Center, University of Kentucky, “The Harlan Country Coal Strikes:

    Which Side Are You On?” Summer, l981

    NEH Summer Fellow, “The Medieval World and the Medieval Mind,” Mount Holyoke College,

    Summer, l983

    NEH Summer Seminar, Princeton University,  Paul Sigmund, “The Intellectual Origins of the American Constitution,” Summer, l985

    Fulbright-Hayes Summer Fellow,  Cairo, Egypt, Summer, l987

    Fulbright Scholar in Law, Beijing Foreign Studies University, 1987/1988

    NEH Summer Seminar,  University of Arizona,  “The Ancient World of Homer,” 1992

    NEH Summer Seminar,  American Academy in Rome, “The Ancient Roman Family,”

    Summer, 1995

    Fulbright Hayes Summer Fellow, Budapest, Hungary, Summer, l996

    Fulbright Scholar in Law, International law Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation,

    1997-1999

    PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

    “Norman Angell and His Peace Campaign in Germany,

    Journal of Peace Research,  Spring, l971

    “The Douhet Challenge and the Vauthier Response,

    Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute,

    November, l978

    “Herndon Evans and the Harlan Country Coal Strikes:  Which Side Are You On?”

    Filson Club Historical Review,  Spring, l983

    “The Journals of John Brandt:  The Life of an Honest Man,”

    Filson Club  Historical Review, Spring, l984

    “The Lost Art of Legal Research and Writing,”

    Networkings,Mercyhurst College, Spring, l990

    “The Collapse of the Soviet Empire and Russia’s Search

    For its Lost Soul,”

    Networkings,  Mercyhurst College,  Spring, l992

    “The Coming Agricultural Crisis in China,”

    International Social Science Review,

    Spring, l990

    “The Slow Uncertain Development of the Social Conscience of Tennessee

    Williams,”  Popular Culture Conference, New Orleans, LA

    Spring, 1995

    “The Anomalies and Contradictions of Nazi Germany’s Environmental Policies

    Real History Conference,  Cincinnati Ohio,  Spring, 2002

    “Russian Federation” article, in Encyclopedia of World Press,  2003

    From Desdemona to Jezebel:  The Women and Character Development of New Orleans

    Films” – in submission


  • 20 Oct 2020 11:06 AM
    Reply # 9314983 on 9285407
    PHILIP D. SUPINA

                                  DR. PHILIP D.  SUPINA

                                           1522 Burdett Street

                                           New Orleans, LA  70118

                                           E-mail:  Philip.supina@yahoo.com

                                           Phone:  (520) 400 6638

    EDUCATION

    B.A., University of Arizona,

              Majors:  History and Political Science

    M.A., Johns Hopkins School of Adv. International Studies

              Majors:  International Relations, Economics, Asian Studies

              (complete except for language requirement)

    Ph.D.,  Boston University

              Majors:  European History and Political Science

              Dissertation:  Norman Angell and the Years of Illusion, l908-1914:

              A Study in European Pacifism

              Directors:  Prof. Sydney Burrell and Pref. Howard Zinn

    J.D., Gonzaga University School of Law

              Major interests:  Criminal Law and Environmental Law

    M.A.C.J.,  Mercyhurst College (now university)

              Master’s Thesis:  “Crime and Punishment in post-Soviet Russia,”

              Director:  Prof. Frank Hagan

    TEACHING AND LEGAL EXPERIENCE

             

    Gonzaga University, l971 – l975, Ass’t. Prof. of History and Political Science

    Alaska State Human Rights Commission, l975 – l977 Administrative Counsel,

    Assoc. Counsel with W. Edward Morgan, Tucson, AZ, l977 – l981

    Sinte Gleska (Native American) College, Rosebud Reservation, Mission, South Dakota, l981 – l983, Ass’t. Prof.  of History, Political Science and Geography

    Ass’t. Prof. of History and Political Science, Cameron University, Lawton, OK, l983-l989

    Fulbright Scholar in Law, Beijing Foreign Studies University (Bei Wai), l988-l989

    Mercyhurst College (now University), Ass’t. Prof. of History and Polit. Science, l989-l997

    Fulbright Scholar in Law, International Law Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation, l997-1999

    Visiting Prof. of History, Shippensburg State University, Shippensburg, PA, 2000-2002

    Assoc. Counsel with W. Edward Morgan, Tucson, AZ,  2002-2007

    Lincoln Memorial University, Assoc. Prof. of Law and Criminal Justice, 2007-2015

    Private law practice, 2015 to present, Tucson, Arizona

    COURSES TAUGHT

    World History and Civilization I, II              American Government

    American History I, II                                  State and Local Government

    Renaissance and Reformation                      Constitutional Law

    The Scientific Revolution                            Criminal Law

    French Revolution and Napoleon                 Criminal Procedure

    The Industrial Revolution                            Juvenile Justice

    Russia, Imperial and Modern                       Restorative Justice

    China, Imperial and Modern                        White Collar Crime

    Constitutional History of United States        Ethics of Criminal Justice

    War in the Twentieth Century                      Environmental Law

    The South before the Civil War                    Legal Research and Writing

    The Civil War and Reconstruction               Race, Sex and Crime

    The Great Depression and New Deal            The Courts and Crime

    America in World War II                              Crime in Novels and Films

    American History Since l945                       Asian Environmental History

    American Environmental History                 American Economic History

    AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

    Phi Beta Kappa, University of Arizona

    Charles Merrill Scholar, Johns Hopkins School of Adv. International Studies

    U.S. Steel Fellow, Boston University

    NEH Summer Seminar, Brown University,  Anthony Molho, “Europe as a  Model

    For Modernization,” Summer, l974

    NEH Summer Seminar, Yale University, John Brewer, “Albion’s Fatal Tree:  English

    Social History in l8th Century,” Summer, l980

    Mellon Fellow, Appalachian Center, University of Kentucky, “The Harlan Country Coal Strikes:

    Which Side Are You On?” Summer, l981

    NEH Summer Fellow, “The Medieval World and the Medieval Mind,” Mount Holyoke College,

    Summer, l983

    NEH Summer Seminar, Princeton University,  Paul Sigmund, “The Intellectual Origins of the American Constitution,” Summer, l985

    Fulbright-Hayes Summer Fellow,  Cairo, Egypt, Summer, l987

    Fulbright Scholar in Law, Beijing Foreign Studies University, 1987/1988

    NEH Summer Seminar,  University of Arizona,  “The Ancient World of Homer,” 1992

    NEH Summer Seminar,  American Academy in Rome, “The Ancient Roman Family,”

    Summer, 1995

    Fulbright Hayes Summer Fellow, Budapest, Hungary, Summer, l996

    Fulbright Scholar in Law, International law Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation,

    1997-1999

    PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

    “Norman Angell and His Peace Campaign in Germany,

    Journal of Peace Research,  Spring, l971

    “The Douhet Challenge and the Vauthier Response,

    Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute,

    November, l978

    “Herndon Evans and the Harlan Country Coal Strikes:  Which Side Are You On?”

    Filson Club Historical Review,  Spring, l983

    “The Journals of John Brandt:  The Life of an Honest Man,”

    Filson Club  Historical Review, Spring, l984

    “The Lost Art of Legal Research and Writing,”

    Networkings,Mercyhurst College, Spring, l990

    “The Collapse of the Soviet Empire and Russia’s Search

    For its Lost Soul,”

    Networkings,  Mercyhurst College,  Spring, l992

    “The Coming Agricultural Crisis in China,”

    International Social Science Review,

    Spring, l990

    “The Slow Uncertain Development of the Social Conscience of Tennessee

    Williams,”  Popular Culture Conference, New Orleans, LA

    Spring, 1995

    “The Anomalies and Contradictions of Nazi Germany’s Environmental Policies

    Real History Conference,  Cincinnati Ohio,  Spring, 2002

    “Russian Federation” article, in Encyclopedia of World Press,  2003

    From Desdemona to Jezebel:  The Women and Character Development of New Orleans

    Films” – in submission