Primarily: Teaching undergraduate and graduate Information Systems/Technology (IS/IT) courses. Developing courses, curriculum, and/or teaching cases. Assisting students with carer guidance.
Secondarily: Helping the ITDS department nurture, expand, and improve our relations with industry for student internship opportunities, hiring our graduates, and fundraising for scholarships and student and faculty development. Capable and interested in participating in practice-oriented research also desirable.
Doctorate in Information Systems/Technology (IS/IT) or related discipline with five or more years of experience teaching college-level IS/IT courses, preferably at the graduate level. Ten or more years work experience in IS/IT and/or business management and/or consulting.
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