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Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Deadline: March 23, 2023
Starting date: Fall of Academic Year 2023-2024
The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University invites qualified individuals to apply for a Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor position in Business Communication. This Visiting Assistant Professor position is a temporary position for one academic year.
Teaching will focus on written and oral business communication. Visiting Professors may teach in the undergraduate or Master’s programs, based on current needs. Please visit our programs page to learn more about Tepper’s degree programs.
The Tepper School of Business serves a diverse population of students, faculty, and staff. We seek to recruit and retain a diverse faculty to maintain academic excellence and to offer students richly varied perspectives and learning experiences. Supporting diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging is one of our core values. Please read more about our community and DEIB strategic plan.
- Ph.D. in a relevant field
- Minimum 3 years of recent, independent, college-level teaching experience in a relevant field
- Record of teaching excellence
- Demonstrated ability and willingness to foster an environment of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, both inside and outside the classroom
- Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with faculty and staff
- Candidates who have previously taught business communications, have business experience, and/or have completed coursework at the MBA level are preferred.
How to apply
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