Join the Johns Hopkins community as an academic leader in Digital Innovation at the School of Nursing. Our faculty members are committed to excellence in research, teaching, practice, and service, and they are recognized nationally and internationally as experts in their disciplines.
The scholarship is embedded in all elements of the role of full-time faculty members: research, practice, and teaching.
Research/ Scholarship (Every faculty member will)
Have a focused area of research
Publish and present in this area annually
Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., research grants)
Professional Practice (Every faculty member will)
Maintain knowledge and skills in their area of professional expertise (i.e., virtual/augmented reality, robotics, artificial intelligence, etc)
Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., salary support)
Teaching (Every faculty member will)
Teach during the academic year (summer, fall, and/or spring)
Advise students (i.e., guide and/or encourage scholarship)
Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., training grants, new students, lecturers)
Academic/ Community Service (Every faculty member will)
Serve as a member or leader of SON committees, University committees, and/or hospital/agency committees
Participate in Faculty Assembly
Participate in the Faculty Mentoring Plan
Participate actively in University and SON functions (i.e., commencement, induction ceremonies, open houses, career day, recruitment activities)
Participate actively in professional organizations (i.e., Sigma Theta Tau, ANA, NLN, and specialty groups).
Participate actively in community groups whose mission relates directly to that of the School of Nursing
Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., use Professional networking to bring potential donors into the Development Office)
Ph.D. in Engineering or Computer Science or a digital health-related field
You will be expected to meet all the responsibilities of the School of Nursing. With respect to courses to which you are assigned to teach, you will be expected to prepare for and be present at all clinical or classroom instructional activities and at all scheduled class meeting times and at all meetings relating to the courses you are assigned to teach (e.g.: Blackboard training, orientation, course, and clinical preparation meetings).
Absences due to illness or emergency must be made known to the course coordinator as soon as possible. Absence for reasons other than illness or emergency is discouraged.
Failure to meet these expectations will be a factor in reappointment decisions. Experience working with a diverse faculty, student, and staff community is encouraged.
Submit all required documents required.
Internal Number: A-85538-4
About Johns Hopkins University
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