The College of Nursing invites candidates with an established research track record to submit applications. This position requires excellence in teaching, research, and service. This includes, but is not limited to, teaching PhD and DNP, MSN, and/or undergraduate courses, advising and directing undergraduate and graduate students, guiding theses or dissertations, and performing service to the college, university, academic community, and nursing profession. The candidate is expected to sustain an extramurally-funded program of research complementary to the College of Nursing's major research foci: Patient/Family Engagement and Outcomes, Community Engagement/Health Equity, and Student Engagement and Pedagogical Research.
Demonstrated potential for teaching excellence and high-quality research. Candidates must have the ability to teach at all degree levels (e.g. BSN, MSN, Doctoral). Wisconsin licensure or eligibility to obtain WI license, and commitment to sustaining an extramurally-funded program of research. The candidate should be a leader in preparing the next generation of nursing scholars
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About Marquette University College of Nursing
Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit university located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The College
of Nursing has an 80-year history of excellence in nursing education, with more than 800 students
currently enrolled in B.S.N., M.S.N., D.N.P. and Ph.D. programs. U.S. News & World Report ranks
the College of Nursing graduate program in the top-12 percent nationally.