Associate/Full Professor for the MIS Department

Ohio University in Ohio

Date Posted July 25, 2014
Type Non tenure track
Salary Not specified
Employment Type Full-time

Ohio University announces a nationwide search to recruit an Associate/Full Professor for the MIS Department. Founded in Athens in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest university in what was once the Northwest Territory. The main campus is located amidst scenic state and national parks in a family-friendly and culturally rich community 75 miles southeast of Columbus. A comprehensive state-assisted university Ohio University enrolls over 19,500 students on the Athens campus and 7,500 on five regional campuses. (Additional information about the university is available at

The College of Business has an earned reputation in academic excellence, innovative learning and global experience, as well as small class sizes and close relationships among faculty, students, and community. Highlights of the College of Business experience are available at Undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Business are accredited by the AACSB. The undergraduate business curriculum emphasizes applied learning and student engagement and includes an MIS major which prepares students for careers in fields such as systems analysis and design, systems development and project management. At the graduate level the college maintains a Professional MBA serving the region. Internationally the college has summer graduate and undergraduate consulting experiences in countries such as Italy, Greece, Germany, Hungary, China, India, Brazil, France and Spain. MIS faculty members have opportunities to participate in all these programs.

An ability to communicate and collaborate with diverse constituencies, locally, nationally and internationally is a must. Additionally the successful candidate must be willing to teach in both the undergraduate and graduate programs, both residential and off campus.

Diversity is a core value of the College of Business at Ohio University. We believe that the educational environment is enhanced when diverse groups of people with diverse ideas come together to learn.

Candidate must have an earned Ph.D related to MIS by the time of application, an established record of teaching excellence and curriculum development in various information systems and related course areas, and a demonstrated achievements relevant to the department’s commitment to high quality research with an established base of publications in relevant research areas that align with departmental areas of focus.

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