University of Kansas
University of Kansas School of Business seeks two Assistant Professors in Marketing to join a young and growing faculty. These are full time, unclassified, tenure-track positions beginning August 20, 2013.
Assistant Professors in Marketing
- Required: A PhD or D.B.A in Marketing or a closely related field; (must complete or have reasonable expectation of completing the degree by August 20, 2013); evidence of potential for engaging in high quality research and teaching marketing courses.
- Preferred: Candidates with a scholarly focus on behavioral research, demonstrated through publications in top-tier academic journals and presentations at national academic conferences, will be preferred.
- Demonstrated high quality teaching and a strong interest in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in one or more of the following areas is desirable: advertising and promotional strategy, marketing strategy, marketing management, and pricing.
- The University of Kansas is especially interested in hiring faculty members who can contribute to four key campus-wide strategic initiatives: (1) Sustaining the Planet, Powering the World: (2) Promoting Well-Being, Finding Cures; (3) Building Communities, Expanding Opportunities; and (4) Harnessing Information, Multiplying Knowledge.
For more information, see: http://www.provost.ku.edu/planning/themes
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit an application, curriculum vitae, evidence of research activity and teaching effectiveness, and a list of three references online at: http://www.ku.edu/employment under faculty searches and look for position #00001358. The recommendation letters can be included in the online application or emailed or mailed to the attention of:
Stephanie Moore, Administrative Associate
1300 Sunnyside Avenue
Lawrence, KS 66045
FURTHER INFORMATION: For questions and additional information, please e-mail Stephanie Moore, Administrative Associate at email@example.com or Sanjay Mishra, Chair, Search Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications received prior to July 15, 2012 will receive priority consideration.
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ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS AND LAWRENCE, KANSAS: The University of Kansas is one of the leading research universities in the United States and has a strong tradition of academic excellence. The Fiske Guide to Colleges 2009 describes the University of Kansas as "one of the premier college bargains in the United States," and lauds the University's honors program as well as its campus by describing it as "among the loveliest in the United States." The guide singles out business as one of KU's strongest programs. The KU School of Business offers undergraduate, Masters (full and part-time) and Ph.D. programs. It currently enrolls 1113 undergraduate students. The average professional GPA of juniors admitted to the undergraduate program is 3.28. The School is in a growth mode and in recent years has added more majors, an Honors program, and has significantly expanded the size of its faculty. Under the able leadership of Dean Neeli Bendapudi, it also has begun an ambitious new building campaign.
The School of Business utilizes the Lawrence campus as well as the Edwards campus, located in Overland Park, a suburb of Kansas City. Lawrence is located 35 miles west of Kansas City atop Mount Oread in the Kansas River valley. It is anything but flat. It has a population of about 90,000, with a large student population and a small-town friendly atmosphere with many of the attractions of a big city. It boasts a nationally recognized live music scene and an historic downtown full of shops, galleries, micro-breweries, restaurants, and charm to spare. Museums in town and on campus offer exhibits of classic and contemporary art, natural history and anthropology.
Today, residents take advantage of the many walking and bike trails along the Kansas River and around the town's perimeter. A few minutes outside the wooded city of Lawrence is Clinton State Park and Reservoir, with over 1,400 acres of public land and water. With only a short drive, one can wander through the gently rolling Flint Hills or explore the numerous historic sites and state parks of north-eastern Kansas.
Kansas City, home to the KU Medical Center, is a 40 minute drive from Lawrence. The Kansas City metropolitan area has a population of 2.0 million and offers many fine restaurants, superb shopping, and an extensive choice of professional, cultural and sporting events. The Kansas City International Airport (MCI) offers flights to all major U.S. cities and is less than an hour's drive from Lawrence.