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Tenure Track Position (Assistant or Associate) at the University of Kansas

  • 1.  Tenure Track Position (Assistant or Associate) at the University of Kansas

    Posted 11 days ago

    The University of Kansas School of Business is searching for a tenure track Assistant or tenured Associate Professor in Strategic Management for a start date in Fall 2025. Our advertisement is below.

    We are looking for a scholar to fit into our collegial Management & Entrepreneurship Area. Tenure-track and tenured faculty are Brian Anderson (Area Chair), Vince Barker, Melissa Birch, Clint Chadwick, Patricia Dahm, Niki den Nieuwenboer, Elizabeth Embry, Todd Hall, Jun Ho Lee, Nathan Meikle, and Chang Hoon Oh, who are complemented by an outstanding group of full-time and part-time teaching faculty. Our faculty has research expertise and presence in Organizational Behavior, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, International Business and Strategic Management. Candidates with a long-term interest in working with and mentoring doctoral students are especially encouraged to apply.


    Assistant/Associate Professor of Strategic Management

    University of Kansas School of Business

    Position Overview:

    The Management and Entrepreneurship Area of the School of Business at the University of Kansas is searching for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor of Strategic Management with a start date of August 18, 2025.

    This position will interact with students, faculty, and the broader business community through research, teaching, and service. We encourage individuals who desire to make an impactful and sustained contribution to strategic management and related fields to apply.

    KU's excellence is a result of the rich tapestry of experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds of our faculty, staff, students, and colleagues from across our nation and the globe. At KU, we invest in continuous learning and growth by creating a climate where people engage in respectful dialogue and debate and support each other's success. We foster a culture of care where each person is seen, heard and valued. When people feel a true sense of belonging, we believe they are better able to reach their full potential and achieve remarkable things. The successful candidate must be eligible to work in the U.S. by the effective date of the appointment.

    The University of Kansas and Lawrence, Kansas

    The University of Kansas is one of the leading research universities in the United States and is known for its strong tradition of academic excellence. Since 1909, the University of Kansas has been a member of the Association of American Universities, the premier consortium of research institutions in North America.

    The University of Kansas School of Business offers undergraduate, master's (full-time, part-time, and online) and doctoral programs. In recent years, the School has experienced remarkable growth and currently enrolls more than 3,000 undergraduate students. The School's Strategic Management and Management faculty routinely publish in top journals, serve as Editors and on Editorial Boards, and supervise a robust doctoral program.

    The School of Business sits on KU's main campus in Lawrence. In May 2016, the School of Business moved into its new $70.5 million home, Capitol Federal Hall. Lawrence is located 35 miles west of Kansas City atop Mount Oread in the Kansas River valley. It has a population of about 100,000, with a large student population and a small-town, friendly atmosphere with many major-city lifestyle amenities. Lawrence boasts a nationally recognized live-music scene and a historic downtown full of small businesses, art galleries, microbreweries, bars, restaurants and more. Museums in town and on campus offer exhibits of classic and contemporary art, natural history and anthropology.

    Today, residents take advantage of the many walking and bike trails along the Kansas River and around the town's perimeter. A few minutes outside the wooded city of Lawrence is Clinton State Park and Reservoir, with over 1,400 acres of public land and water. With only a short drive, one can wander through the gently rolling Flint Hills or explore the numerous historic sites and state parks of north-eastern Kansas.

    Kansas City, Kansas, home to the University of Kansas Medical Center, is a 40-minute drive from Lawrence. The Kansas City metropolitan area has a population of two million and offers many fine restaurants, superb shopping and an extensive choice of professional, cultural and sporting events. The Kansas City International Airport (MCI) offers flights to all major U.S. cities and is less than an hour's drive from Lawrence.

    Job Description

    40% Research - Conduct and publish research on entrepreneurship in leading academic journals. 

    40% Teaching - Teach a combination of required and elective courses in entrepreneurship at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels. 

    20% Service - Engage in school, university, and professional service activities.

    Required Qualifications

    A Ph.D. in Strategic Management, International Business, Management or related field (must be earned by August 18, 2025).

    Demonstrated (or high potential for) scholarship excellence as shown through publications in leading management journals or leading academic journals in related fields, and promising research projects and papers targeted to leading journals.

    Demonstrated (or high potential for) teaching excellence in strategic management and related fields.

    Candidates at the Associate Professor level must meet the requirements for Promotion and Tenure at that level for the School of Business at the University of Kansas.

    Contact Information to Applicants

    Michaela Edwards, busmgtadmin@ku.edu (regarding application process)

    Vince Barker, vbarker@ku.edu (regarding position information)

    Additional Candidate Instructions

    To apply for the position, please select the following link: http://www.employment.ku.edu/academic/28308BR

    To be considered, an online application must be submitted. A complete application includes (1) letter of application describing experience and accomplishments; (2) record of productivity in teaching and research as noted in CV; (3) research statement and supplemental materials (e.g., publications); (4) teaching statement and supplemental materials (teaching portfolio, sample syllabi, teaching evaluations); and (5) names and contact information of three professional references. Actual letters of reference will be required later in the hiring process.

    Review of applications will begin 8/8/2024 and will continue as needed until a pool of qualified applicants has been identified.

    Advertised Salary Range: Commensurate with experience.


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    Todd Hall
    U. of Kansas
    Lawrence KS