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Associate Dean for Research and Faculty

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Greensboro, North Carolina 27402
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The Joseph M. Bryan School of Business & Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) invites nominations, expressions of interest, and applications for the position of Associate Dean for Research and Faculty. The position will commence on August 1, 2018.  The selected candidate shall have three primary tasks: increase the dollar volume and engagement in externally funded research; lead a variety of faculty-focused processes, such as professional development, annual and post-tenure review, and promotion and tenure; and maintain a level of personal research productivity leading to scholarly publication.

For additional information about the position and School, please view the full search prospectus online.

Applications and Inquiries

Screening of Applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For more information and to apply, please access our announcement through the UNCG JobSearch system at

For questions, please contact Dr. Al Link, Search Committee Chair (



Applicants must hold a PhD/DBA degree and be tenured at the associate professor or professor level. The discipline must be able to tie in some way to the business school. Framed so broadly, we expect and encourage applicants from a variety of Engineering areas (Industrial Engineering/Operations Research, Engineering Management, Systems Engineering, Computer Engineering, etc.), Arts & Sciences areas (e.g., Computer Science, Statistics, Psychology, Sociology, and Economics), Apparel Studies/Merchandising, Hospitality & Tourism, plus traditional business disciplines such as Business Economics, Information Systems, and Operations/Supply Chain Management, among others. What shall be key is one’s record of success as a PI in attracting government and corporate funding, or possibly as a faculty director or dean of research who has had substantial success building a strong, externally funded, research operation. Additionally, those serving in program director roles at federal agencies may be attractive candidates, depending on other qualifications.