MICHAEL F. PRICE ENDOWED CHAIR OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
The University of Oklahoma (OU), the Michael F. Price College of Business, and the Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management (MSCM) are pleased to announce a faculty search for the Michael F. Price Endowed Chair of Supply Chain Management at the rank of Associate or Full Professor of Supply Chain Management, with a desired start date of August of 2020. This position is for a senior, full portfolio scholar with a national reputation for excellence in research, teaching and service. This is a strategically import endowed chair position at the University of Oklahoma, and we are seeking highly qualified candidates.
Candidates for this position must hold a doctoral degree in supply chain management or a related field. As a Carnegie R1 university (doctoral universities-very high research activity), we are seeking to attract a thought leader who shares our passion for all areas of faculty workload, with a primary focus on excellence in scholarship-someone with a distinguished record of publishing their scholarship in the leading supply chain journals. Beyond scholarship, candidates must also be accomplished teachers with a record of excellence in teaching undergraduate, masters-level, doctoral and executive courses. Finally, candidates are expected to engage with industry and the academy and must have strong leadership, organization and communication skills, be willing to serve the college and university in important service roles and be active contributors to their academic disciplines.
Please see http://apply.interfolio.com/54144 to submit required application materials (CV, Cover Letter, Research Statement, Teaching Philosophy). Protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Nominations of strong candidates are also appreciated.
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