Assistant Professor - Marketing
The candidate must be dedicated to teaching with teaching experience in a wide range of upper-level marketing courses. The candidate should have experience teaching face-to-face and online. The successful candidate will also be expected to participate in the governance and committee work of the department, school, and university, and to expand and strengthen the Business Administration program. The successful candidate will develop and teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate level; participate in activities serving the departments, school, university, and community; advise as requested, and support our Quality Enhancement Plan. Teaching involves in-seat and online class formats.
Doctorate (PhD or DBA) in Business with expertise in marketing, have experience teaching both graduate and undergraduate business administration classes, have a strong commitment to teaching excellence and student engagement. This is a teaching full-time teaching position.
Midway University is experiencing a new found energy on campus. In 2015, as part of its three-year strategic plan, the University went through a renaming and rebranding process. Most importantly in December 2015 the University was successfully reaffirmed by its accrediting body, SACSCOC, for ten years. In May 2016, the Midway University Board of Trustees voted to admit men into its traditional undergraduate programs for the first time. Immediately following this historic vote, the opportunity to add several men’s athletic teams from a closing institution contributed to the quick growth of the residential student body on campus. The combination of each of these historic events has begun a transformation of the institution and it is an exciting time to be a part of the Midway University team.
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