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The Department of International Business (School of Business) at the George
Washington University invites applications for a regular non-tenure
track position in International Business at an open rank beginning as early
as the academic year 2016-2017.

We are seeking applicants to teach a range of International Business (IB)
courses in our undergraduate, MBA, and doctoral programs, as well as serve
as a CIBER (Center for International Business Education and Research)
director and conduct high-quality IB research in the areas of global
strategy and management.

Basic Qualifications:  Applicants must have a doctorate in a field relevant
to International Business, such as economics, management, strategy, or a
related field.  Applicants must demonstrate teaching excellence as
indicated by teaching letters of recommendation or teaching assessments.
Applicants must have prior experience as director of a CIBER (with grant
funds from the U.S. Department of Education).  Applicants must also have a
demonstrated commitment and ability/potential to conduct high-quality
scholarly research publishable in top outlets on topics important to
international business, as evidenced by publications in scholarly journals.

The GW IB department is one of the few freestanding IB departments in the
US, with 15 full time faculty members.  US News & World Report recently
published its list of 2015’s Best Colleges and 2016’s Best Graduate Schools
and ranked George Washington University's undergraduate program in
International Business  at #10 and the graduate program in International
Business at #15. The Financial Times also ranked the school #5 in the world
for International Business in 2015. GW currently hosts a Center for
International Business Education and Research (CIBER), providing extensive
resources for international business research, teaching, and outreach on
our campus and beyond.

Our location in the heart of the nation's capital, across the street from
the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, offers distinctive
advantages for both students who wish to gain practical experience and
faculty who wish to conduct academic research that has global
implications.  Please visit the department website at for additional

To be considered, applicants must complete the online faculty application
at and upload the following:

§       Cover letter indicating interest in the open faculty position in IB.
§       Curriculum Vita
§       Research samples such as articles or working papers
§       Names and contact information of three references.
§       Evidence of teaching effectiveness
§       A list of teaching interests

(Please consult GW’s current IB course offerings at:

to identify specific courses you would like to teach; additionally, we
encourage you to briefly describe any courses that you would like to offer
beyond the department’s current offerings.)

Review of applications will begin June 15, 2016, and continue until the
position is filled.  Only complete applications will be considered.
Employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard
background screening.

The School of Business and the IB Department seek to attract an active,
culturally and academically diverse faculty of the highest caliber.

The University is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer that does not discriminate in any of its programs or activities on
the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability,
veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or on
any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

Kevin Michael Stephenson
Administrative Manager
Department of International Business
Funger Hall 401

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