The Department of Management in Mays Business School at Texas A&M University seeks to add a full-time, tenured/tenure-track colleague in the area of OB/HR, Strategy, and/or Entrepreneurship beginning in fall of 2021. The position is open rank (Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor), with a preference for advanced Assistant or Associate Professors.
The successful candidate will be expected to have and maintain a strong record of publishing in top-quality, “A” level journals and make scholarly contributions in the area(s) organizational behavior, human resources, strategic management, and/or entrepreneurship. Candidates must be committed to excellence in teaching and to the importance of collegiality. The teaching load is three course (or equivalent) per academic year and teaching opportunities exist at the graduate (PhD and masters), executive, and undergraduate levels. Candidates are expected to work actively with PhD students. Other service expectations are commensurate with the position level and will include service on doctoral committees, departmental promotion/tenure and recruiting committees, and professional service to the field.
Applicants for this position should possess an earned doctorate in the appropriate discipline and a strong record of scholarly contributions in OB/HR or strategic management/entrepreneurship. Additionally, applicants should have a record of being published in top-quality, “A” level journals. Applicants must also be committed to excellence in teaching and to the importance of collegiality. Teaching opportunities exist at the graduate (PhD and masters), executive, and undergraduate levels. Working actively with PhD students is also expected of the individuals chosen to fill the position.
Internal Number: 62738
About Texas A&M University, Mays Business School, Department of Management
The Department of Management perennially ranks as one of the most productive management departments in the world (http://mays.tamu.edu/department-of-management/rankings/). We have a vibrant and outstanding group of faculty at all ranks, many of whom have served (or are serving) as key leaders in the Academy of Management (including two past presidents) as well as editors of the field’s leading journals. Indeed, Texas A&M has been home to more chief editors of the Academy of Management Journal than any other university in the world. Current faculty members include: Murray Barrick, Len Bierman, Steve Boivie, Wendy Boswell, Matt Call, Bert Cannella, Nitya Chawla, Cindy Devers, Priyanka Dwivedi, Ricky Griffin, Mike Howard, Duane Ireland, Ji Koung Kim, Anthony Klotz, Joel Koopman, Toby Li, Ramona Paetzold, Srikanth Paruchuri, Tyler Sabey, and Mike Withers.
The Department of Management houses two vibrant research and teaching centers: the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship (which recently received a $10 million endowment) and the Center for Human Resource Management, which has 25 different corporate partners (most of whom are Fortune 100 companies). Degrees offered through the depar...tment include a BBA in Management with four different tracks (consulting/general management, HRM, entrepreneurial leadership, pre-law), an MS in Human Resource Management, and a PhD in Management, with concentrations in OB/HR and strategic management/strategic entrepreneurship. The department also has a close connection with the Center for Executive Development, which provides customized executive education programs to a large network of corporate partners. Mays PhD Graduates frequently place at top research schools.
The Mays Business School recently celebrated its 50th anniversary and offers an excellent research environment and modern facilities in both College Station and Houston. Its undergraduate, MBA, and executive programs are rated by U.S. News and World Report and Forbes as top-25 public business programs (http://mays.tamu.edu/rankings/). Besides having a large and growing endowment, the Center for Executive Development provides a robust source of revenue to support research (including chairs and professorships) and other initiatives, such as a refresh and upcoming expansion of the building in which the college is housed. The college also supports research through several different internal grant programs, research subject pools, and a state-of-the-art research laboratory.
Founded in 1876 and serving as the oldest public university in the state, Texas A&M is one of the largest universities in the U.S., with a student population of nearly 70,000. An AAU institution, Texas A&M is consistently rated as one of the finest universities in the country, particularly when it comes to “best value” and “affordability” rankings (https://www.tamu.edu/assets/downloads/rankings.pdf). Moreover, Texas A&M is first nationally for having the most graduates serving as CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. Boasting one of the largest endowments among public universities in the nation, Texas A&M ranks in the top 10 among U.S. public universities for research expenditures. Texas A&M students are known for being highly engaged with the university and local community. The annual “Big Event,” for example, is the largest one-day, student-run service project in the nation. Many other leadership programs and traditions create a culture in which the university’s core values of respect, leadership, integrity, loyalty, excellence, and selfless service are embodied by its students, faculty, and alumni.