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At NYU College of Nursing, we generate knowledge
through research in nursing, health, and interdisciplinary
science; we educate leaders in nursing to advance
health care locally and globally; we provide innovative
and exemplary health care; and we shape the future of
nursing through leadership in health care policy.
– Mission Statement
SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR
FACULTY POSITIONS
Announcing exciting faculty opportunities central to
a futuristic strategic plan which will enlarge the College’s
full-time faculty and build a state-of-the-art nursing facility.
Tenure-Track Faculty to contribute to the College’s research
and educational strengths in Gerontology, Health Systems/
Workforce, Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease/
Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), and HIV/AIDS/Infectious
Disease, with the vision and experience to contribute to our
global mission:
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Associate Professors/Professors with a focus on health
systems/nursing workforce; diversity and health disparities;
or educational technology (simulation, design, innovation)
and evaluation research.
Assistant/Associate Professors with a focus on NCDs/Multiple
Chronic Conditions including Mental Health/Addiction;
HIV/AIDS/Infectious Disease; or health services research.
Clinical-Track Faculty who are leaders in undergraduate
and/or graduate nursing education. Applicants should be
prepared to teach in more than one clinical area as well as
quality and safety and evidence-based practice. Applicants
must have an earned doctorate in nursing or a related field. A
demonstrated record of effectiveness in teaching and
scholarly productivity, as well as skills for collaborative
team work, are required.
Educators and Mentors interested in global nursing for
a College of Nursing collaborative initiative to build the
health education infrastructure and health workforce in
Rwanda, Africa. Start date is August 1, 2015.
For questions about this unique opportunity, please contact
Robin Klar at [email protected]
NYU College of Nursing: A global leader in advancing health for all
people where they live, play, learn, and work.