Below is an announcement related to fall 2011 recruiting efforts for Texas
A&Mís Department of Management. Please feel free to pass this along to any
of your contacts who might either have a personal interest or know of others
who might have an interest. The department will not be doing any formal
interviewing in San Antonio; however, Department Head Ricky Griffin is open to
meeting with exceptional candidates. Thanks, Lorraine Eden
Department of Management
Mays Business School
Texas A&M University
The Department of Management at Texas A&M University intends to hire four
(4) or more new colleagues to join our faculty in September 2012. All positions
are open with respect to rank, although preferences will be given as noted
below. For more information about these positions visit
One (possibly two) micro (OB/HR) position(s): Candidates should have an
earned doctorate, an established track record, and clear indicators of
potential continued excellence in both research and teaching. Preference for
one position will be given to applicants at the rank of experienced assistant or
early associate and who have expertise and interest in teaching negotiations.
Two (possibly three) macro (strategic management) positions: Candidates
should have an earned doctorate, an established track record, and clear
indicators of potential continued excellence in both research and teaching. For
all positions preference will be given to candidates with a minimum of two
years of experience as an assistant professor and who have a secondary
interest in entrepreneurship.
One (possibly two) clinical (non-tenure-track) positions: Candidates should
have an earned doctorate and demonstrated interests and capabilities in
teaching courses in entrepreneurship, new venture formation, small business
management, and related areas.
Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, a current vita, and
names and contact information for three references to Ricky W. Griffin, Head
of the Department of Management, at [log in to unmask]
Department of Management: Our tenured/tenure-track faculty currently
includes Professors Ricky Griffin (Department Head), Murray Barrick, Leonard
Bierman, Lorraine Eden, Luis Gomez-Mejia, Michael Hitt, Duane Ireland, Brad
Kirkman, Ramona Paetzold, Michael Pustay, Richard Woodman, and Asghar
Zardkoohi; Associate Professors Wendy Boswell, Christopher Porter, David
Sirmon, Laszlo Tihanyi, and Michael Wesson; Assistant Professors Dan
Chiaburu, Abbie Shipp, Mario Schijven, Hermann Ndofor, and Ryan Zimmerman.
Our department consistently ranks among the top departments in the world in
terms of research productivity, impact, and visibility. In addition to our Ph.D.
program and MS-HR programs, we also make on-going contributions to Mays
Business Schoolís undergraduate, MBA, and EMBA programs. In addition, we
have a departmentally-managed MS-HR program in the Middle East and are
currently developing an MS-Entrepreneurship program. Our faculty includes six
Academy of Management Fellows as well numerous current and former holders
of leadership roles in both the Academy and its major divisions.
College Station: College Station is a vibrant and growing college community.
The town enjoys a low cost of living, an array of local and national
restaurants and retail outlets, an outstanding performing arts series, myriad
college athletic events, excellent public schools, and strong health care
options. College Station is also within two hours of both Houston and Austin
and three hours of Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio.
Ricky W. Griffin
Head, Department of Management
Distinguished Professor of Management and Blocker Chair in Business
420C Wehner Building
Mays Business School
Texas A&M University 77843.4221
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