Assistant Professor of Marketing and Sport Management, Tenure-Track
Location: Ashland, Ohio
Internal Number: 4330
Assistant Professor of Marketing and Sport Management, Tenure-Track, position is available in August 2023, to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Marketing, Management, and Sport Management.
Industry experience, extensive experience working with student-athletes, and ability to teach a variety of courses in Marketing, Management, and Sport Management is expected. Teaching experience in Event Planning would be a plus. Excellence in teaching is required. The candidate also is expected to conduct scholarly activities in their area of concentration to maintain AACSB Scholarly Academic status, and to participate in service activities to the university, community and profession.
Candidates must hold an earned doctorate from an AACSB accredited institution in Marketing or Sport Management or a closely related field
Must have recent peer-reviewed publications and presentations to meet the AACSB Scholarly Academic qualification status
Previous teaching experience, including demonstrated ability to teach effectively in a technology-facilitated environment as well as in a traditional classroom setting is a requirement
Ashland University, ranked in the top tier of colleges and universities in U.S. News and World Report’s National Universities category for 2017, is a mid-sized, private university conveniently located a short distance from Akron, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. Ashland University places great emphasis on the importance of each individual. The phrase “Accent on the Individual” has been our motto for many years and, hopefully, characterizes well the nature and content of the campus environment. It means that our concern for the student extends beyond ensuring a quality education in the classroom and laboratory to include a commitment to provide a stimulating and supportive environment in every respect.Translating the ideas of our Mission Statement into the realities of everyday life is the responsibility of each Ashland University employee. These ideas must be evidenced daily in the classroom, residence halls, each teaching site, on the playing fields and in our interaction with others. It should be the goal of each Ashland University employee to ensure that our Mission Statement is not merely words on paper but a true reflection of who and what we actually are and intend to be in the future.