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Job opening--Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Management, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship Department at NC State University

  • 1.  Job opening--Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Management, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship Department at NC State University

    Posted 11-19-2021 17:28

    Dear ENTREP listserv friends,

    I write to share this job opportunity.

    The role is an Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Management, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship Department at NC State University. For more information, and to apply, please click here: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/153143).

    The Assistant Professor of the Practice will teach entrepreneurship and innovation classes at the undergraduate and graduate level, and work closely with the NC State Entrepreneurship Clinic. The position will also be expected to participate in departmental and college service activities as required by the department head.

    We will begin reviewing applicants immediately and the position will remain open until filled. We are ideally aiming to have someone in the role starting January 3, 2022. Feel free to email me with questions.

    Best, Jeff

    Jeff Pollack, Ph.D. (he/him/his)
    University Faculty Scholar
    Management, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Department
    Poole College of Management

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