The Associate/Full Professor opening is a tenure-track position in the area of organizational behavior. Eligible applicants must conduct high-quality research that is published in the Department's "A level" journals; effectively teach management courses at the undergraduate and/or graduate level; serve as a research mentor to doctoral students; engage in-service related activities that contribute to the department, college, university, and field; and interact effectively with colleagues to support and enhance our unique department culture. This appointment will begin in Fall 2022.
The W. P. Carey School of Business values our cultural and intellectual diversity and continually strives to foster a welcoming and inclusive environment. We are especially interested in applicants who can strengthen the diversity of the academic community.
1) An earned doctorate in organizational behavior or a related academic field;2) Evidence of actively and regularly publishing in the Department's "A level" journals, with a publication record commensurate with rank and experience;3) Evidence of teaching excellence in one or more areas of management;4) Significant service and contribution to the management profession, commensurate with rank and experience
1) Evidence of publishing in the Department's "A level" journals with doctoral students, especially if coming from a department with a doctoral program;2) Strong research pipeline of projects submitted to or targeting the Department's "A level" journals;3) Evidence that the applicant's research has had scholarly and practical impact, commensurate with rank and experience;4) Evidence of service contributions at the department, college, university, and/or field levels;5) Evidence of engaging with others in a respectful and cooperative manner so as to support and enhance a collegial department culture
Applicants must submit a letter of interest (a cover letter that describes the position you are seeking and a brief overview of research and teaching interests), curriculum vitae, evidence of effective university teaching, and a statement (one-page maximum) addressing how their past and/or potential contributions to diversity and inclusion will advance W. P. Carey's commitment to inclusive excellence. Three letters of reference will be requested during the latter stages of the selection process and applicants shall prepare to provide all letters within three weeks upon request.
Application deadline is November 10, 2021. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis for a reserve pool. Applications in the reserve pool may then be reviewed in the order in which they were received until the position is filled.
If you have any further questions about the positions, please contact Professor Wei Shen at 480.965.1422 or Wei.Shen@asu.edu.
The Department of Management and Entrepreneurship is considered to be one of ASU's pillars of excellence. Over the last five years, our research productivity continues to rank among the top five schools in North America in terms of publications in premier management journals (see Texas A & M / UGA rankings website at http://www.tamugarankings.com). Our faculty has a strong emphasis on research excellence. We have multiple faculty members who either currently serve or have served as editor or associate editor of the top management journals, underscoring our commitment to a research-oriented culture. In addition, our faculty members are among the most award-winning teachers in the W. P. Carey School and author multiple market-leading textbooks. We are an especially collegial group, and organizational citizenship is a cornerstone of our culture.
The faculty members in Management and Entrepreneurship represent the areas of Strategic Management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Theory, Human Resources, International Management, Ethics/Social Environment of Business, and Entrepreneurship. They include: Blake Ashforth, Mike Baer, Jonathan Bundy, Rachel Burgess, Trevis Certo (Senior Associate Dean for Faculty), Heewon Chae, Kevin Corley, Luis Gomez-Mejia, Amy Hillman, Peter Hom, Don Lange, Peggy Lee, Jeff LePine, Marcie LePine, Luiz Mesquita (Associate Dean for Graduate Programs), Chris Neck, Matt Semadeni, Wei Shen (Department Chair), Christine Shropshire, David Waldman, Shaoqing (Milo) Wang, Ned Wellman, David Welsh, and David Zhu. Additional information about the Department of Management can be found at http://wpcarey.asu.edu/mgt/.
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