Penn State Open Rank Tenure-Track Position in Organizational Theory
The Pennsylvania State University
Location: State College, Pennsylvania
Organization and Management Theory
Tenure Track or Tenured
Internal Number: REQ_0000052265
Open Rank Tenure-Track Position in Organizational Theory (OT)
Management and Organization Department
Smeal College of Business
The Pennsylvania State University
The Management and Organization Department in the Smeal College of Business at The Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA) has an open rank full-time tenure-track professor position in the area of Organizational Theory (OT). The desired start date for the position is Fall 2024.
Job Requirement: Although we may hire at any rank, our strong preference is for candidates at the Full or Associate rank, with publications in premier journals, a high impact research program, demonstrated teaching competence at a high level, and who are able to connect with the wide array of doctoral students and faculty in our department. Regardless of rank, faculty members are expected to pursue an active research program, perform undergraduate and/or graduate teaching, supervise graduate students, and engage in professional service.
Candidates for the position can apply directly online at Link by uploading a letter of interest, CV, three research papers, and a one-page diversity statement indicating the candidates’ awareness of, experience with, and/or commitment to diversity and inclusion. Candidates applying for full or associate ranks may simply list three references on their CV (whom we will contact if the candidate is short-listed); candidates applying for an assistant professor rank should have three reference letters sent directly to psuOTprof@psu.edu. Any questions can be sent directly to the recruiting committee chair, Raghu Garud, Michael J. Farrell Chair and Professor of Management and Organization. Review of applications for the position will begin on 2/15/24 and will continue until the position is filled.
The Department of Management and Organization is consistently ranked in the top-20 management departments for its research productivity and values high-level theoretical and empirical ability, collegiality and collaboration among its members, and the ability to teach management and organizational concepts effectively to multiple audiences. Our department offers two undergraduate majors (Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Management), two online masters programs (Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Strategic Management and Executive Leadership), a PhD program, core and elective courses in Smeal’s full-time MBA and DBA programs, and operates the Farrell Center for Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship (which includes the Garber Venture Capital Fund). Our tenure-line faculty are Forrest Briscoe, Carolyn Dang, Raghu Garud, Don Hambrick, Stephen Humphrey, Trevor Israelsen, Aparna Joshi, Eric Lee, Margaret Luciano, Vilmos Misangyi, Tessa Recendes, Paul Shrivastava, Linda Treviño, Wenpin Tsai, Kate Wang, and Rui Zhong. Our nontenure-line clinical faculty are Shawn Clark, Jamey Darnell, Jennifer Eury, Jeanette Miller, and Lisa O’Hara. For more information on our department please visit https://www.smeal.psu.edu/management
The M&O Department is part of the Smeal College of Business, which depends on more than 275 faculty and staff to enact and support its strategic priorities of integrity, diversity, and sustainability and to serve the needs of more than 6,000 students. Media outlets and independent observers regularly rank Smeal among the best business schools in the world. Please visit http://www.smeal.psu.edu/ for additional information. The Smeal College of Business is located at the Pennsylvania State University’s main campus (University Park) in the heart of State College, Pennsylvania. Our community features the charms of a small town with the opportunities typically only found in larger cities, with State College routinely ranked among the top 10 best college towns in the United States (https://www.bestcollegereviews.org/50-best-college-towns-america/). For more details on our competitive benefits package and what our community has to offer, please visit: https://hr.psu.edu/prospective-employee.
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