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F014501
Sociology
Faculty
This individual will be expected to teach undergraduate courses and contribute substantially to a doctoral program that presently has two emphases: sociology of religion and applied sociology. We are actively building in the health and society area and expect it to become a third focus of our graduate training. View Details Bookmark
RESEARCH: The successful candidate will develop a vibrant, independent and externally-funded research program with a record of ongoing refereed publications in high quality journals. Collaborations with colleagues within the Department of Biology, other departments and Centers at Baylor and beyond Baylor is highly desired. Startup funds and independent research space are available to support t… View Details Bookmark
F014600
Communication
Faculty
We seek a faculty member specializing in health communication. Preference will be given to candidates with a research agenda situated within health information technology, social media, social influence, health and wellness programs, health promotion campaigns, health literacy, or risk/emergency communication. Additionally, we are looking for a faculty member who can develop undergraduate and g… View Details Bookmark
F014635
Mathematics
Faculty
Teach at undergraduate and graduate levels and conduct research. View Details Bookmark
F014641
Mathematics
Faculty
Teach at graduate and undergraduate levels and conduct research. View Details Bookmark
F014618
Psychology & Neuroscience
Faculty
Develop and maintain an externally-funded program of research and demonstrate excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching. View Details Bookmark
The successful candidate will contribute to the undergraduate curriculum by teaching courses in historical geology and invertebrate paleontology and to the graduate programs (MS and PhD) in Geosciences by teaching graduate courses and seminar in his/her areas of specialization, establish and participate in externally-funded research, and successfully mentor M.S. and Ph.D. candidates to graduati… View Details Bookmark
F015209
University Libraries - Research & Engagement
Faculty
• The Health and Life Sciences Librarian serves as a team member of the Research and Engagement department and is actively involved in outreach and engagement, research services, teaching and learning, collections, acquiring subject knowledge, and developing scholarly communications for the health and life science departments specifically and the university community in general. • Provides a… View Details Bookmark
F015092
University Libraries - Central Libraries' Administration
Faculty
General Description The Special Collections Librarian provides creative leadership for the Special Collections unit in the Central Libraries. This position will work collaboratively with the other special collections libraries on campus. Main responsibilities of the position include strategically building and promoting these unique collections, integrating their use in teaching and research…. View Details Bookmark
F014760
Entrepreneurship
Faculty
07/31/2017
Candidates must have significant research and teaching accomplishments in entrepreneurship or demonstrated potential to perform at the highest level. Publications in top entrepreneurship, management, and related journals is preferred. A secondary interest in strategic management is preferred due to potential teaching needs. A desire to work closely with Ph.D. students and possibly teach at t… View Details Bookmark
F014759
Entrepreneurship
Faculty
07/31/2017
Candidates must have significant research and teaching accomplishments in entrepreneurship or demonstrated potential to perform at the highest level. Publications in top entrepreneurship, management, and related journals is preferred. A secondary interest in strategic management is preferred due to potential teaching needs. A desire to work closely with Ph.D. students and possibly teach at t… View Details Bookmark
F012046
Mechanical Engineering
Faculty
Reports to the Dean of the School of Engineering and Computer Science, and will communicate a clear vision for the future of education and research to a constituency that includes academia, government, industry and alumni. For more information, visit Mechanical Engineering Faculty Openings. View Details Bookmark
F013410
Nursing School & Dean's Office
Faculty
Responsibilities include teaching and its related scholarly work, clinical scholarship, and service to the university, the faculty member’s professional field, and the community. The areas of responsibility will vary according to the faculty member’s specialty area and specific assignment. View Details Bookmark
F013416
Nursing School & Dean's Office
Faculty
The Graduate Programs Director is a faculty position with 50 percent reassigned time for duties for program director. The areas of responsibility will vary depending upon tenure status, administrative role, specialty area, and specific workload assignment. General responsibilities include teaching and its related scholarly work; research and scholarship; and service to the university, the facul… View Details Bookmark
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Nursing School & Dean's Office
Faculty
Responsibilities include teaching and its related scholarly work, clinical scholarship, and service to the university, the faculty member’s professional field, and the community. The areas of responsibility will vary according to the faculty member’s specialty area and specific assignment. View Details Bookmark
F013333
MLC Modern Languages and Cultures Chair
Faculty
Administering department of 70 full-time faculty members in four divisions across eleven languages. Advocating for language diversity, articulating departmental mission and strategic plan across disciplines, widening study abroad initiatives, advising faculty at all levels, facilitating research, maintaining budget and scholarships, overseeing personnel, collaborating with Division directors, r… View Details Bookmark