Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship

Employer
University of Minnesota Carlson School of Mgmt
Location
Minneapolis, MN
Closing date
Sep 30, 2021

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Carlson School of Management

University of Minnesota

Tenure-Track Position in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship

The Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship Department at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, seeks candidates to fill a full-time, Assistant Professor (tenure-track) position, starting in Fall, 2022. We welcome applications from scholars doing research in strategic management and / or entrepreneurship, broadly defined. We especially welcome applications from scholars trained in organization theory, though we are open to applicants from a wide range of backgrounds. Candidates must be ABD or have completed a doctorate and must demonstrate a strong commitment to high quality research and teaching.

Faculty in the Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship Department include Mary Benner, Moshe Barach, Sunasir Dutta, Dan Forbes, Russell Funk, Aseem Kaul, Jiao Luo, Ian Maitland, Alfred Marcus, Gurneeta Vasudeva Singh, Myles Shaver, Paul Vaaler, Joel Waldfogel, Jeremy Watson, Alex Wilson, Sandy Yu, Aks Zaheer, Sri Zaheer, and Shaker Zahra . The department features a vibrant doctoral program and inter-disciplinary faculty engaged in research using many different approaches with a keen focus on quality scholarship. Several department members are active as editors or on the editorial boards of major journals. In addition, the Carlson School is recognized around the world as a leader in business education and research. To learn more about us, please visit our website at www.csom.umn.edu.

The Carlson School is located in Minneapolis, which forms part of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, and is home to a vigorous business community. The area features the headquarters of numerous Fortune 500 firms, a number of the world's largest private companies, and a strong track record of entrepreneurship and innovation. There are clusters of firms in high tech, medical devices, food and agriculture, and financial services, among other sectors. Many faculty members pursue research projects with local companies.

The Twin Cities area is rated among the best metropolitan areas in which to live and is highly regarded for its thriving arts, music and theater communities as well as its diverse recreational opportunities. The University of Minnesota is highly ranked internationally for research, and several department faculty maintain close ties with other University departments, including Sociology and Economics, as well as with the Medical School, the College of Science & Engineering, the Law School and the School of Public Policy.

Applications must be submitted online at employment.umn.edu and reference Job ID 343265 (direct link: https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/343265) and should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, job market paper, and two letters of reference. Other research papers or a dissertation abstract, if applicable, and summaries of teaching ratings should be sent separately to smepost@umn.edu.

We will start reviewing applications October 4, 2021, so it is strongly recommended that a complete application be received by that date. However, we will continue to accept applications until the positions are filled.

Questions about the search should be directed to the Recruitment Committee Coordinator at smepost@umn.edu.

The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
The Chronicle of Higher Education. Keywords: Business Studies - Assistant Professor, Location: Minneapolis, MN - 55455

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