Assistant Professor, Business Communications
The Fox School of Business seeks two full-time, non-tenure track faculty members in the area of business communications. Qualified candidates are required to hold a Masters degree or Ph.D. in business, communications, or a related field. Evidence of excellence in university-level teaching is also required. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications. The positions begin in August 2019.
Applications should include (a) a cover letter, (b) a full curriculum vitae, (c) evidence of excellence in teaching, including numerical evaluations, and (d) the names and contact information for three references.
Please submit the above items electronically to
Dr. Edward C. Rosenthal
Chairperson, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management
Fox School of Business
1801 Liacouras Walk
526 Alter Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Temple University, of the Pennsylvania Commonwealth System of Higher Education, serves over 40,000 students around the globe and is one of the three major state-related research universities in Pennsylvania. Established in 1918, and with over 9,000 students and more than 200 full-time faculty, the Fox School of Business is one of the largest, most comprehensive business schools in the region and nation offering Bachelors, Masters, Executive Masters, PhD and Executive DBA Programs in traditional and specialized areas at urban and suburban campuses in the Philadelphia region and worldwide.
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