Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship and Information Systems (SDEIS) to play an important role in the growth and development of the Entrepreneurship program at LSU. The position requires the professor to teach Entrepreneurship courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels in the department and to conduct research in the Entrepreneurship discipline that will enhance not only their own record of excellence but also the record of the SDEIS department.
Teach Entrepreneurship undergraduate and graduate courses.
Conduct significant research in the Entrepreneurship discipline.
Service to the Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship and Information Systems, the E. J. Ourso College of Business, and the University.
Ph.D. in Entrepreneurship or related discipline from an AACSB Accredited program
Years of Experience: 1-3
Specific Experience: Teaching at a college level and record of significant academic research potential
Please provide CV and three professional references including name, title, phone number and email address.
A copy of your transcript(s) may be attached to your application (if available). However, original transcripts are required prior to hire.
Additional Position Information:
Background Check - An offer of employment is contingent on a satisfactory pre-employment background check.
Benefits - LSU offers outstanding benefits to eligible employees and their dependents including health, life, dental, and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts; retirement options; various leave options; paid holidays; wellness benefits; tuition exemption for qualified positions; training and development opportunities; employee discounts; and more!
LSU is committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity / equal access employer.
Questions or concerns can be directed to the LSU Human Resources Management Office at 225-578-8200 or emailed HR@lsu.edu
Internal Number: R00038263
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