Associate/Full Professor of Business - Organizational Behavior and McDonald Family Endowed Chair in Conscious Capitalism
Jul 25, 2023
The University of Oklahoma, Price College of Business, Management and International Business Division, is pleased to announce that applications are being accepted for the McDonald Family Chair in Conscious Capitalism. The intent is to identify a scholar in organizational behavior, especially those with an interest in conscious capitalism, ethical leadership, ethics and morality in organizations, or positive organizational scholarship.
Ideal candidates will have an exceptional research record and extensive teaching experience in topics related to conscious capitalism, ethical leadership, organizational behavior, or related areas, including at the graduate level, and other/service qualifications commensurate with tenure at the Associate Professor level or above at the University of Oklahoma. Applicants must also be committed to excellence in research and teaching, to collegiality, and to fulfilling the mission of the Price College (https://www.ou.edu/price).
This position offers a competitive salary along with research and travel support. Teaching responsibilities may include undergraduate courses in conscious capitalism, organizational behavior, leadership, or similar courses in our MBA program, which has various formats, including online and/or in person at our 27,000 square-foot flagship facility for the Gene Rainbolt Graduate School of Business in the heart of Oklahoma City at OU's University Research Park on the Health Sciences Center campus (https://www.ou.edu/price/mba). Applications will be reviewed starting July 24, and the process will continue until the position is filled.
The University of Oklahoma is a comprehensive research university offering a wide range of undergraduate, masters, and Ph.D. programs plus an extensive continuing education and public service program. The Michael F. Price College of Business is AACSB accredited at all levels with approximately 5,000 students in bachelors, masters, and Ph.D. programs.
The Management and International Business Division in the Michael F. Price College of Business is composed of faculty with interests in human resource management, international business, leadership, legal studies, organizational behavior, social issues management, sports management, and strategic management. We currently offer undergraduate degrees in Energy Management, General Management, International Business, and Sports Business plus a minor in Leadership. We deliver required courses for all masters programs. In addition, we provide Ph.D. concentrations in Organizational Behavior and International Business.
Currently, the division has 22 full-time faculty members, including the following management scholars: Ronald Anderson, Nick Bartkoski, Ana Bolino, Mark Bolino (Division Director), Bret Bradley, Michael Buckley, Sean Daly, Inn Hee Gee, Christina Li, Shawn McClean, Brandi McManus, Margaret Shaffer, and Trevor Watkins. Our faculty is an active group of collaboratively minded scholars whose work has appeared regularly in premier outlets such as the Academy of Management Annals, Academy of Management Journal, Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, Leadership Quarterly, Journal of International Business Studies, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Personnel Psychology. Several faculty also fulfill major editorial roles in these and other premier outlets.
The city of Norman, Oklahoma, is a vibrant community of approximately 120,000 residents and is often ranked among the lowest in the nation in terms of cost of living. In addition to numerous boutiques, shopping, and restaurants located directly north of campus, Norman is nicknamed the "City of Festivals" due to its numerous art, music, medieval, and other festivals held annually. The OU Campus is home to the Fred Jones Museum of Art, featuring a collection of impressionistic art valued at over $100 million, including works of Degas, Monet, Cassatt, Van Gogh, Pissarro, Renoir, and others. The campus also houses the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, which won the National Medal for Museum and Library Science in 2014. In 2015, CBS Sports named the University of Oklahoma as having the best collegiate athletics program in the country, and in 2024, OU will join the Southeastern Conference (SEC). Located less than twenty miles from Norman, Oklahoma City is home to an international airport, numerous restaurants, retailers, NBA Basketball (Oklahoma City Thunder), AAA Baseball, USL Soccer, a world-class symphony, ballet, a traveling Broadway Series, and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art which boasts one of the world's most comprehensive collections from famed glass artist Dale Chihuly. Oklahoma City's Boathouse District is a training site for Olympians plus offers numerous recreational boating and cycling opportunities along the Oklahoma River. Norman is also less than three hours away from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, one of the fastest growing regions of the United States. In sum, the city of Norman offers all of the benefits of living in a college town, while affording easy access to the amenities of larger cities.
• Earned doctorate in management, organizational behavior, or related field.
• Exceptional research record, teaching experience, and other/service qualifications commensurate with tenure at the Associate or Full Professor level.
• Interest and expertise in conscious capitalism, ethical leadership, ethics and morality in organizations, or positive organizational scholarship.
To apply, please upload a cover letter, current vita, names and contact information for three references, plus a summary of five years (or as many as are available) of teaching evaluations at Interfolio
For additional information, please contact Mark Bolino (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (405) 325-2651.
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