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Full Time Faculty
Springfield Campus
Marketing
Teach undergraduate and one or two graduate level courses. Primary teaching assignment will include primarily undergraduate courses in Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management and some sales. Conduct quality research leading to peer-reviewed, discipline-related publications. Provide service to the Department of Marketing, College of Business, Missouri State University, the l… View Details Bookmark
Full Time Faculty
Springfield Campus
School of Accountancy
Teach accounting classes at the graduate and undergraduate level. Conduct research leading to peer-reviewed publications. Provide service to the School of Accountancy, College of Business, the university, and the profession. View Details Bookmark
Full Time Faculty
Springfield Campus
College of Arts & Letters Administration
Supervise the Department of Theatre and Dance by providing active leadership in recruitment and retention, curriculum development, hiring and evaluation of faculty, serving as producer for the summer Tent Theatre and leading diversity efforts. Provide leadership to all areas of department, including BA, BS, BFA, and BSE programs. View Details Bookmark
Full Time Faculty
Springfield Campus
College of Natural & Applied Sciences Administration
• 12-mo position, initial 5-yr apt with annual review. • Work with Dean and Admin team to advance concerns of the Dept, College and Univ; • Ensure high standards for students, faculty and staff; • Uphold personal/professional integrity; • Effective communication for faculty, staff and students; • Recruit and retain students; • Oversee student advisement; • Evaluate and recommend f… View Details Bookmark
Full Time Faculty
Springfield Campus
Childhood Education & Family Studies
The assistant professor is a member of the ranked faculty who has demonstrated achievement in the areas of teaching, research, and professional service appropriate to the discipline. The assistant professor engages in grant proposal development, scholarly activities beyond those associated with teaching and is expected to demonstrate professional productivity in research by having an active res… View Details Bookmark
Full Time Faculty
Springfield Campus
Media, Journalism & Film
Successful candidate will teach four classes a semester from Digital Film and Television Production including cinematography, lighting and audio for film and TV, and other production classes as assigned; advise majors; and participate in service activities appropriate to a non-tenure-track faculty position. View Details Bookmark
Full Time Faculty
Springfield Campus
Physics, Astronomy & Material Science
Duties would include teaching undergraduate astronomy and physics courses; maintaining an active funded research program, which must involve undergraduate students; using the Missouri State University Baker Observatory for research and/or student training; and appropriate service. View Details Bookmark
Full Time Faculty
Springfield Campus
Management and Information Technology
- Engage iin high-quality teaching and research in one or more of the following areas is required—Database, Cybersecurity, Programming/Software Development, Web Application Development, Mobile Application Development, Networking/IT Infrastructure, Cloud Computing, or Enterprise IT Architecture. Teaching will include graduate and undergraduate courses, in both online and face-to-face settings. … View Details Bookmark
Full Time Faculty
Springfield Campus
Biomedical Sciences
The position is a 9-month, tenure-track faculty appointment in a department that has a human emphasis in the cellular and molecular aspects of the biomedical sciences. Teaching responsibilities will include graduate human anatomy and other courses in the Cell & Molecular Biology program. Nine (9) contact hours will be assigned typically in each fall and spring semester that may involve off-camp… View Details Bookmark