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Assistant Professor of Hmong Studies Oshkosh, Fox Cities, and Fond du Lac Campuses
The College of Letters and Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh seeks applications for a tenure track assistant professor of Hmong Studies, discipline and tenure-home open, contributing primarily to the Oshkosh campus but with the expectation of contribution to all campuses and course delivery modes (in-person, online [synchronous/asynchronous], and hybrid). We invite qualified candidates to join our growing Hmong Studies Program. Hmong Studies at UWO is a critical race and ethnic studies program that is interdisciplinary in its examination of the historical, political, and socio-cultural experiences of the Hmong in the U.S. and globally. We seek candidates with content and research expertise in some of the following areas: critical refugee studies, transnationalism, colonialism and US imperialism, intersectionality, and decolonial methods. Strong preference will be given to applicants who engage in critical Hmong Studies in the areas of history and/education. Responsibilities include teaching and developing courses for the Hmong Studies Certificate, pursuing an active research agenda, advising/mentoring students, and service to the Hmong Studies Program and UWO.
Assistant Professor of Geology Oshkosh Campus
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Geology Department excels in teaching and research and is searching for a field-oriented groundwater hydrologist with expertise in environmental geology to join our faculty as a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor. We have a well-respected undergraduate-only program that is known for producing high-quality graduates. We value both teaching and research equally. The candidate will be expected to develop and maintain an active research program producing peer-reviewed scientific publications. The successful candidate will be an outstanding teacher, and perform service for the Geology Department, university, community, and profession. The successful candidate will teach introductory Environmental Geology, Physical Hydrogeology, Chemical Hydrogeology, and develop and teach a field course. Additional courses and expertise in Glacial Geology, Climate Change, and Geomorphology would be beneficial. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and equitable culture that welcomes everyone, values diversity, and engages in continuous reflection and improvement to fulfill this commitment.
Assistant Professor of Finance Oshkosh Campus
The finance department, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, seeks a dynamic individual to join our faculty team. The ideal candidate will hold an advance degree in finance (i.e., Ph.D. or DBA), will have at least 9 graduate hours in finance classwork, experience teaching international finance, and the ability to teach one or two other finance areas.
Assistant Professor of Journalism Oshkosh Campus
The ACEJMC accredited Department of Journalism at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the areas of Advertising, Multimedia Journalism or Public Relations. The successful candidate will be teaching undergraduate courses in Writing for the Media, Editing, Advertising Copy, Layout and Production, Advertising Media, New and Emerging Media, and Law of Mass Communication. They will also be expected to develop a research program, advise students, perform campus and community service, and be involved in department and university governance.
Assistant Professor of Biology Oshkosh Campus
This tenure track position is in Biology, one of the largest and fastest growing departments in the College of Letters and Science, and offers an excellent balance between teaching, research, and unparalleled opportunities for personal and professional growth. We are seeking a highly motivated individual who can teach courses in animal physiology, human physiology, and an elective course in their area of expertise. This individual will be a key part of our team who will help us serve our large and growing population of pre-health and pre-nursing students. We are looking for an individual who has a background in animal and or human physiology who will complement the expertise we already have among our faculty, and who is collaborative and collegial. In addition, we are looking for someone who will develop a research program, advise students, and involve students, both undergraduate and graduate in research, and participate in the governance of the department. If this is you, please apply!
Dean Oshkosh Campus
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh seeks a dean with a strong, sustained record of senior leadership and administrative experience in support of students and faculty in teaching, service, and scholarship excellence, gained within an academic business setting. The next dean will be an engaging communicator with refined interpersonal skills who is an empathetic, respectful listener. This individual should possess a terminal degree and academic credentials suitable for the rank of full professor within the college; however, candidates with significant leadership experience outside of academia will also be considered if they demonstrate a deep commitment to higher education and an understanding of the future of business education.

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