The School of Nursing invites applications for Tenure Track/Tenured faculty.
The applicant is expected to establish and maintain an independent, externally-funded research program and to participate in teaching activities in the School of Nursing.
All faculty participate in scholarship (Discovery, Application, Integration, Teaching) and Citizenship.
Tenure track appointments are full-time with an initial probationary period of seven years. Criteria for promotion includes significant achievements in teaching, research/scholarship, and service. The award of tenure is based on potential for sustained contributions, performing beyond expected duties, and demonstrating leadership and innovation in activities that enhance the reputation of the University.
Applicants with a developed a program of research with a focus on population/public health are encouraged to apply.
About University of Kansas, School of Nursing
The University of Kansas School of Nursing (SON) is known for its nationally ranked academic programs that prepare hundreds of students each year for successful nursing careers, as clinical nurses, advanced practice nurses, educators, leaders, administrators, scholars and researchers.
The school, begun in 1905 and located on the campus of the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) in Kansas City, Kansas, dedicates expertise and resources toward building healthy communities and advancing the nursing profession, through practice, research and education. It has built an international reputation for outstanding academic programs and as a place for innovative teaching and research.
The School of Nursing provides a resource-filled and student-centered environment for every level of a nurse's career, offering bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, as well as continuing education programs. Online classes are available for associate degree-prepared registered nurses interested in pursuing baccalaureate degrees, or for BSN-prepared nurses pursuing advanced degrees. KU School of Nursing is the only university in Kansas to offer a Ph.D. in nursing.
School of Nursing students and faculty contribute to a growing portfolio of science that informs the clinical interventions at the heart of nursing practice. Ranked No. 21 in the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded public nursing schools nationwide, the School of Nursing alumni and faculty are among the field's most accomplished leaders.
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