The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder anticipates hiring a non-tenure track Scholar-in-Residence in support of new curricular and research initiatives concerning markets, ethics and social responsibility and their fundamental impact on business and society. Candidates’ training and research can come from a variety of business, social science, or legal disciplines but should fit within one or more of the focal topics of the initiative: Scarcity and Property Rights; Fairness and Equality; Liberty and Externalities; Trade; Competition and Monopoly; Intellectual Property Rights; and Globalization. The primary responsibilities for the position(s) include curriculum development, teaching introductory and elective classes (undergraduate and master’s level) and supporting related research initiatives. The position also requires engagement with the Leeds Centers and divisions that collaborate in the creation and delivery of curricula pertaining to the topics above. The scholar will be rostered in and evaluated by one of the Leeds School divisions: Accounting; Finance; Marketing; Organizational Leadership and Information Analytics; or Strategy, Entrepreneurship, and Operations.
Formal teaching assignments can range from four to seven sections per year depending on other responsibilities. Additional contributions may include guest lectures and presentations connecting markets, ethics and social responsibility to business and society.
The potentially multi-year appointment(s) can begin as early as August 2018.
Qualifications – Minimum and Preferred:
Graduate degree (MS, JD or PhD) in a related field studying the topics above, demonstrating exposure to connections between property rights and markets and broader multidisciplinary issues of related history and current context.
Priority will be given to candidates with previous teaching experience in related fields and to candidates with related research background.
Organization: *B0001 -- Boulder Campus
Title: Scholar In Residence
Requisition ID: 11397