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Open Rank Tenure Track Faculty Position in Business Ethics at University of Virginia

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The Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Business Ethics beginning in Fall 2022. This position will be required to teach Business Ethics to an MBA and/or Executive Level audience, and ideally should have research that is related to individual or organizational ethics.

The Darden School values rigorous and original research, student-centered learning experiences, excellence in curriculum development, and advancing thought leadership in business practice or public policy.

Applicants for an assistant professor position are expected to have a doctorate in Management, Organizational Behavior, Sociology, Strategy, Social Psychology, Philosophy, or a related field by the start of the 2022-23 academic year. In addition, competitive candidates will demonstrate evidence of excellence in research, including potential for top-tier publications and a growing pipeline and evidence of potential success as a teacher.

Applicants for more senior appointments must demonstrate strong evidence of scholarly and managerial impact and a record of success as a teacher. In addition, all applicants are expected to foster an inclusive research and teaching-related environment that focuses on the development and engagement of practicing managers. This ability is essential to the Darden School’s mission.

Regularly ranked in the US and internationally among top schools in MBA and Executive Education, the Darden School’s culture values exceptional teachers with an on-going passion for the craft of teaching.  For more information about UVA and the surrounding area, please visit UVA Prospective Employees.  See also 21 Reasons to Choose Darden.

Current faculty in our area teaching Business Ethics related courses include R. Edward Freeman, Mary Gentile, Toni Irving, Jared Harris, Adrian Keevil, Bidhan (Bobby) Parmar, and Andrew C. Wicks.  At Darden, Business Ethics is part of the Strategy, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship (SEE) area.  To learn more about our area and wonderful colleagues, please visit our area website.

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