The College of Business, School of Accounting, Finance and Information Systems (AFIS) invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 9-month, Tenure Track (Annual) Assistant or Associate Professor position.
The School of Accounting, Finance and Information Systems (AFIS) is part of the College of Business (COB). The College of Business offers a full spectrum of undergraduate and graduate programs, and teaching assignments may include both undergraduate and graduate courses in Business Information Systems. Expectations include:
High quality teaching and scholarly activities that result in publications in leading peer-refereed journals.
At the Assistant Professor level, candidates are expected to establish a program of research/scholarship that leads to timely promotion in rank and the granting of indefinite tenure, with evidence for continued research and scholarly publication. At the Associate Professor level, candidates should have an established and on-going research program resulting in high-impact scholarly publications.
Engagement in service activities in the School, College, University and the Profession.
Faculty are expected to be collegial and supportive members of the unit and to exhibit a code of behavior appropriate to a professional educator.
Leadership in activities appropriate to the position duties.
COB academic faculty teaching assignments may include course delivery in any format; i.e., in-person, online, hybrid.
The College of Business is committed to maintaining and enhancing its diverse, collaborative community that strives for equity and inclusivity. All faculty and staff members are responsible for helping to ensure that these goals are achieved, and faculty should be able to demonstrate contributions to equity, inclusion, and diversity. Such contributions can be part of teaching, advising, research, extension, and/or service. The contributions can be, but do not have to be, part of scholarly work. Outputs and impacts of these efforts to promote equity, inclusion, and diversity should be included in promotion and tenure dossiers.
Typically requires PhD or terminal degree (Masters for some Extension positions and MLS for Library positions), demonstrated ability to teach in a classroom Extension, or other setting, and develop a research program in the academic discipline/unit.
Ph.D. in field appropriate to position duties.
*For the Assistant Professor rank, evidence of potential for research and scholarly publications in leading Information Systems journals.
For the Associate Professor rank, applicants must be tenurable with an appropriate record of premier-level publications.*
Demonstrated ability to effectively deliver courses at the University-level in the Information Systems field.
Practical or teaching experience covering at least two of the following Business Information Systems:
Information systems governance and security
Enterprise information systems and enterprise information services
Data management and system development
Telecomm and networking
Business Analytics; e.g., data visualization and exploration, data analysis, text mining, etc.
A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity, equity and inclusion.
Additional Salary Information: Salary to Commensurate with Training, Education and Experience
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