Associate or Full Professor in the Leadership and Management
The Humphrey School of Public Affairs of the University of Minnesota seeks applicants for an Associate or Full Professor position. We seek candidates who focus on public and/or nonprofit institutions, organizations, or networks or the practices, processes, and people involved in managing, leading, or working with or within the public and nonprofit sectors. Especially encouraged to apply are candidates who explore governments’ and nonprofits’ roles in society; the practices and consequences of management, leadership, or governance to advance equity; the nuances and implications of boundary work among organizations, across sectors, or between institutions and their constituents; or other types of prosocial work. Successful applicants will generate rigorous and relevant scholarship; teach, design, and deliver courses on public and nonprofit management, leadership, or governance; and participate fully and collaboratively in a public affairs school committed to training professional and doctoral students for public service, advancing scholarship, and serving our communities. A social science background offering institutional, political, or cross-cultural perspectives on organizations, management, leadership, governance, or the critique thereof is highly valued. Candidates with professional or lived experience of ongoing developments about management, leadership, or governance to advance equity are especially encouraged to apply.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, beginning October 18, 2021.
Position will remain open until filled. Anticipated start date: August 29, 2022.
Interested potential applicants who would like to discuss the school and position are invited to contact Kathy Quick, Search Committee Chair and chair of the leadership and management area of the Humphrey School, at [email protected].
Other members of the search committee are Gabriel Chan, Kevin Gerdes, Tania Mitchell, and Suriya Vijayasarathy.
Learn more and apply here.