The Illinois Wesleyan University School of Nursing invites applications for 3 tenure-line positions in nursing. Faculty members will have primary responsibility for theoretical nursing content in the classroom and clinical teaching. Other opportunities include teaching university students within the health and public health curricula.
Illinois Wesleyan is a nationally ranked, small, private, undergraduate liberal arts university with highly selective admission criteria and a tradition of teaching excellence. Scholarly productivity is supported including collaborative research with faculty and students. The University community prides itself on rapport among students, faculty, and staff.
Consistent with the University's mission that emphasizes integration of liberal arts and professional education, the School of Nursing strives for excellence in undergraduate nursing education by preparing practitioners with a strong theoretical foundation in nursing. Graduates are known for their leadership potential. Curricular initiatives include emphasis on global health, health disparities, and social justice. See http://www2.iwu.edu/nursing for further information.
Expertise sought in one or more of the following areas: public health; pathophysiology/pharmacology; health assessment; fundamentals; nursing research; capstone seminar. A master’s degree in nursing and an earned doctorate is required. A commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching is essential.
Candidates at all ranks will be considered. Competitive salary and benefits offered.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Applicants should address any potential contributions they can make to University initiatives through their teaching, scholarship, and service in the letter of application. Vitae and a list of three references are also required. Materials should address potential contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.