The division offers an undergraduate major and minor in MIS, graduate programs in the Management of Information Technology (MIT) with
emphasis in Business Analytics, and a PhD degree. It operates the Center for MIS Studies (CMISS), an industry-academic partnership, through
which faculty and business partners collaborate on research and curriculum development. The division has an active MIS Student Association,
provides sizable student scholarships annually, and enjoys strong support from the university and community. Faculty members are
world-renowned, engaged in thriving research programs, generate external research funding, hold leadership positions in journals and
conferences, and are outstanding teachers. MIS division has rapidly grown in student enrollment, programs and faculty size. Hence,
significant opportunities exist for professional growth and recognition as MIS faculty and member of OU’s Michael F. Price College of
Business – named after one of its distinguished alumnus. For more information about MIS programs, please visit http://price.ou.edu/mis
Candidates must have an earned PhD in MIS or related
disciplines, or ABD with dissertation to be defended by August 15, 2021. Desirable qualifications include evidence of excellent research and
teaching. The college has strategic areas of emphasis in healthcare and energy management. Preference will be given to applicants with a
productive research record whose research and teaching capabilities align well with the division’s various areas of research and teaching.
Salary is open, competitive, and will depend upon qualifications.
Interested candidates should submit their application materials
– CV, copies of 1-2 papers, teaching evaluations and names of three references using BY Committee (https://apply.interfolio.com/81210).
Screening will begin
immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
University of Oklahoma is classified as a Very High Research University by the Carnegie Foundation, generates large amounts of research
funding, and has a growing number of endowed faculty chairs and professorships. Norman, where OU is located, is ranked among the best places
to live in numerous surveys. It has a vibrant art and cultural community, is very affordable, and is located close to major cities. The
campus is beautifully landscaped, one of the most wired in the nation, and boasts of many top-ranked academic and athletic programs.
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