The Management and Human Resources Department in the Wisconsin School of Business is hiring. We seek applications for full-time, nine-month, tenure track appointments. The positions are open-rank and open topic. We seek candidates with a strong record of research in management fields including strategy, entrepreneurship, human resources, organization theory, and data analytics. Hired faculty will be responsible for teaching graduate and undergraduate students in management and related fields, conducting scholarly research, and performing university service.
UW-Madison is a top-tier research institution with extensive investments in research infrastructure including the American Family Data Science Institute, the new School for Computer, Data, and Information Sciences, and the interdisciplinary Wisconsin Institute for Discovery. The Wisconsin School of Business was the first MBA program in the United States to earn the (STEM) designation from the United States Department of Homeland Security. The School is housed in Grainger Hall, a state-of-the-art facility. The nearby Fluno Center, our $28-million Executive Education Facility, is outstanding for executive-education programs. Current tenure track members of the MHR Department are Ray Aldag, Russ Coff (chair), Jon Eckhardt, Martin Ganco, Barry Gerhart, Florence Honore, Jirs Meuris, Hart Posen, Sarada, Jihae Shin, Alex Stajkovic, Ann Terlaak, and Charlie Trevor.
The members of the search committee for these positions include:
Jon Eckhardt (chair)
We are reviewing applications and our positions are open until filled. Interested applicants should apply as soon as practical using only one of the following two links:
Candidates for our tenure track assistant professor position should apply using this link:
Candidates who wish to be considered for a tenured position at hire (associate or full professor) should apply using this link: