Two (2) Endowed Chairs at ASU LO22871

Bill Glick (
Wed, 13 Oct 1999 17:35:15 -0700



The Department of Management, College of Business, ARIZONA STATE
UNIVERSITY invites applications and nominations for the Weatherup/Overby
Chair in Executive Leadership. This position will be filled at the rank of
Full Professor with tenure starting Fall 2000. The holder of this chair
will enhance ASU's reputation for producing substantive research and
preparing outstanding executives for the business world.

Qualifications required: earned doctorate in a related field; teaching and
research record appropriate to rank of professor; and publications in
premier journals of the field. Desired: research and teaching interests in
strategy and/or macro, meso or micro organizational behavior and evidence
of teaching excellence.

Contributions to the development of the Department, College, and our
multiple stakeholders are expected of all faculty. Salary and summer
support are competitive with other major research universities.

Department of Management. The Department prides itself on its research
productivity and teaching excellence. Faculty members have been received
Awards for the Best Article of the Year in the Academy of Management
Journal, and publish frequently in other journals such as Academy of
Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Management Science,
Journal of Applied Psychology, Organization Science, Journal of Operations
Management, and Administrative Science Quarterly. Faculty members also
serve on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Academy of
Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Decision Sciences,
Journal of Management, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of
Vocational Behavior, Organization Science, and Strategic Management
Journal. The Journal of High Technology Management Research and the
Journal of Quality Management are published out of the department.

The Department plays an integral role in Undergraduate, Masters, and Ph.D.
programs. Faculty have won several teaching excellence awards in recent
years. Ph.D. students typically have one or more publications prior to
graduation and have co-authored several award winning Academy of
Management conference papers.

The faculty in Management represent the areas of Strategic Management,
Technology Management, Decision Analysis, Organization Science, Human
Resources, and Operations Management. The tenure track faculty include
Blake Ashforth, Donna Blancero, George Bohlander, Brian Boyd, Dan
Brenenstuhl, Dan Brooks, Tom Callarman (Assoc. Dean), Bob Cardy, Thomas
Choi, Suzanne Cook, Kevin Dooley, Bill Glick (Department Chair), Luis
Gomez-Mejia, Jim Hershauer, Peter Hom, Barbara Keats, Don Keefer, Tom
Keller, Angelo Kinicki, Craig Kirkwood, Balaji Koka, Carol Kulik, Peter
Lane, Greg Moorhead, Louis Olivas (Asst. V.P.), Cheri Ostroff, Larry
Penley (Dean), Loriann Roberson, Bill Ruch, Manus Rungtusanatham, Dwight
Smith-Daniels, Vicki Smith-Daniels, Barry Van Hook, and Bill Verdini
(Assoc. Dean). Additional information concerning Department of Management
can be accessed on the internet at

Application Procedure: By November 15, 1999, or by the 1st or 15th of each
month until filled, candidates must supply curriculum vitae and a letter
of interest to Luis Gomez-Mejia, Co-Chair, Faculty Search Committee for
the Department of Management, Box 874006, Arizona State University, Tempe,
Arizona 85287-4006. References will be contacted during the latter stages
of the selection process. If you have any further questions, please
contact Bill Glick or Luis Gomez-Mejia at (480) 965-3431.

Arizona State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer


ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY announces a 5 million dollar gift from David and
Joan Lincoln to support the development of a university wide Lincoln
Center for Applied Ethics. We invite nominations and applications for the
Center Director who will be appointed to the Lincoln Endowed Chair in
Ethics, located in an appropriate academic unit within the College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Fine Arts, Business, Public Programs, or
Education. The Director will provide the leadership to develop the Center
into one of national and international distinction in fulfillment of its
mission: (1) to develop and coordinate a strong focus on theoretical and
applied ethics across intellectual disciplines and professional programs
within the university (2) to support innovative teaching and creative
research in ethics (3) to foster collaboration between the university and
its varied publics in order to address major ethical challenges facing
contemporary society.

The person selected for this position must be an established and tenurable
scholar at the rank of Professor; have a Ph.D. (or equivalent doctoral
degree), and a distinguished, nationally recognized record of publication
within the broad area of ethics; and show demonstrated ability to provide
administrative and academic leadership for the development of the Lincoln
Center for Applied Ethics. In addition to a strong background in ethical
theory, the individual must have a demonstrated ability to apply this
background, in teaching and in writing, to ethical problems and dilemmas
in contemporary life (e.g. medicine, science and technology; business,
the arts, government, or education.) The university desires to appoint a
"public intellectual", an individual able to communicate across
disciplinary boundaries within the university and between the university
and its various publics. Previous experience in successful program
development and fund raising is desirable.

Although a tenured position, appointment to the endowed chair and
directorship is for a five year renewable term and will provide, in
addition to a competitive salary, approximately $50,000 per year to
support the individual's research and teaching activities. Applications
must include a letter of interest which briefly indicates the candidate's
vision for the development of the Center, a curriculum vitae, and the
names and contact information for three references. The review of
applications will begin on January 15, 2000, and continue until the
position is filled. Send written nominations and formal applications to
Linell Cady, Chair, Search Committee for the Lincoln Center for Applied
Ethics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University,
P.O. Box 871701, Tempe, AZ 85287-1701. Arizona State University is an
AA/EO Employer.

Bill Glick, Professor and Chair
Dean's Council of 100 Distinguished Scholar
Department of Management
Arizona State University
P.O. Box 874006
Tempe, AZ 85287-4006
(480) 965-7586 (Voice) (480) 965-8314 (Fax)


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