January 2013 Archives

Retail Merchandising &Fashion Product Development
Department of Human and Consumer Science
Tenure Track Associate Professor

The Ohio University College of Education and its Department of Human and Consumer Sciences invites nominations and applications for a full time tenure track (Group I) faculty position in Retail Merchandising and Fashion Product Development at the rank of Associate Professor. The appointee should possess academic leadership for the graduate and undergraduate program in Retail Merchandising and Fashion Product Development.  Having a demonstrated record of scholarship, serving as thesis director and evidence of teaching experiences (face-to-face and online), web-based program development, and outreach and scholarly engagement is required.

The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting research and scholarship in area of expertise, dissemination of research in peer-reviewed publications and at professional conferences. The successful candidate will provide leadership in collaborative and experiential student learning activities, participate in committee work and professional organizations and maintain contacts with industry and educational partners. We seek a candidate who is committed to working with students and colleagues from diverse populations.

The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is seeking candidates for a one-year, full-time visiting professor teaching position in Family and Consumer Sciences. Responsibilities begin mid-August 2013. Academic rank will be based on degrees and experience. The compensation level depends upon the education and experience of the appointee. Review of applications will begin February 1, 2013 and until March 1, 2013. The University and Department encourage applications from women, men and underrepresented minorities.

The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is comprised of five full-time and eight part-time faculty with a strong commitment to high quality teaching, service, and applied scholarship. There are approximately 170 students working toward one of five bachelor's degrees:  1) Child and Adolescent Development, 2) Dietetics, 3) Family and Consumer Sciences, 4) Fashion and Interiors – with concentrations in Fashion Merchandising and Interior Design, and 5) Nutrition and Food – with concentrations in Food Service Management and Nutrition and Health.

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