Business and Management at Technological University Dublin
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Conduct a combination of teaching and research with the teaching component to be agreed upon with the head of school. The scholar will also have the opportunity to conduct and present his/her own research. There is no preference on the scholar's division of teaching and research responsibilities.
Strong emphasis will be placed on experience and track record in high quality research. The selected scholar will be expected to mentor early career researchers towards engaged and high impact scholarly research of a quality that can be published in leading journals in their field. To this end the person will support and deliver seminar series, roundtable discussions and working groups at the college.
It will also be expected that the scholarship will strengthen the relationship between the college institutions through shared research and co-authoring opportunities. Fulbright Scholars will be asked to give public talks and otherwise engage in the host community to support the aim of expanding and strengthening relationships between the people of the United States and citizens of their nations.
- Institution name: College of Business, Technological University Dublin
- Academic Calendar of Institution: Sept - June
3-10 Months (Flexible)
September 2024 / January 2025 (Flexible start date)
A wide range of interests in the field of business and management will be considered. Applicants with background in Supply Chain Management & Logistics, Retail & E-Commerce, Management & Business Information Systems, Business Analytics, Project Management, Marketing & Sales, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Economics, Accounting/Finance, Management, Human Resource Management, Organizations Studies, and Strategy & Leadership are encouraged to apply
Qualifications preferred; experienced academic, professor level with strong and established research record
Maximum $3,800 per month, (note that the stipend will be paid in euros and the approximate USD amount reflects the current exchange rate)
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