Major Duties: Western Michigan University invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor in the WMU Bronson School of Nursing (BSON). The position is a tenure track, academic year (9-month) appointment. - Faculty are required to teach didactic and clinical courses in undergraduate and/or graduate programs. - Demonstrate ability to seek external funding for research or special projects* - Sustained productivity and growth in research and grant writing.* - Demonstrate scholarly productivity through publications.* - Demonstrate regional, national/international reputation in area of expertise. - Contribute to an interdisciplinary environment of research, instruction and community collaborations. - Contribute to the missions of the School, College and University. - Service to the Department, the University, the profession and the community.
Minimum Qualifications: - Earned research doctorate (PhD) in nursing or related field from an accredited instituition by August 1, 2021. - Earned DNP* degree by August 1, 2021 from an accredited institution, will be considered on an individual basis. - Graduate degree in nursing from an accredited institution.- Registered Nurse License with eligibility for MI license.- Demonstration of potential to maintain an active program of scholarly research and grant writing related to field of expertise.- To be considered for Associate Professor rank, the candidate would need to meet additional requirements as outlined in the BSON Department Policy Statement and the current Western/WMU-AAUP Agreement.
Internal Number: 352_57668
About Western Michigan University
One of the top-100 public universities in the United States, Western Michigan University is committed to being learner centered, discovery driven and globally engaged. Founded in 1903, what was once Western Michigan College became Michigan's fourth public university in 1957. Since then, WMU has undergone dramatic growth in size and stature. Today, the University offers more than 240 academic programs to students pursuing degrees through the doctoral level. More than 20 percent of its 25,000 students are enrolled in graduate course work, studying in disciplines ranging from atomic physics and graph theory to medieval literature and blind rehabilitation. Of 101 graduate offerings available, 30 lead to a doctoral degree.