Open Faculty Positions
Northeastern University – D’Amore-McKim School of Business
Faculty Positions Announcement
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Department
All Tenure Track Faculty Levels + Post Docs
Key search areas:
* Excellent academic training and methodologies in core areas of Entrepreneurship & Innovation - theory, empirical research, econometrics, research design, design of experiments, novel use and applications of modern computational analytics
* Novel application areas, e.g., Robotics, Human-Robotics Interaction, AI, Applied Sciences, Augmented Reality, Health Science & Informatics, Genomics, IoT, Engineering Entrepreneurship, interdisciplinary advances, etc.
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University, seeks applications from candidates for all professor ranks in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group at the D'Amore McKim School of Business studies innovation, technological change, and entrepreneurship from a variety of disciplinary perspectives and rigorous methodological approaches. The Group emphasizes a combination of rigorous scholarship and collegiality to produce a stimulating and productive environment, and plans to continue to grow significantly in the near future.
- The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group has recently accelerated its drive to research excellence with the hiring of senior faculty, a post-doc program, and a location that provides access to a large network of scholars in other top research institutions.
- Northeastern is ranked among the top five U.S. universities for undergraduate entrepreneurship education. Our entrepreneurship programs are vast and wide-ranging. Our student-led IDEA incubator has graduated more than 40 ventures that have raised over $75 M in external funding. We also host one of the largest social entrepreneurship student programs in the country.
- The Center for Entrepreneurship Education continues to pioneer new methods for experiential entrepreneurship education, with strong on-campus venture incubation and a Kaufmann supported research program on entrepreneurial learning.
Employment terms are highly competitive. Support for faculty member’s research is broad and competitive with respect to summer funding, teaching load and discretionary funds for research-related expenses and conferences. A number of faculty research chairs/fellowships are often available on a competitive basis.
Northeastern University is a large university in the heart of Boston, itself a vibrant cultural, educational, and sports milieu, and home to a robust innovation economy. The university was established in 1898 and is distinctive for its cross-school and cross-disciplinary approach to applied science and STEM-related fields, and its pioneering approach to experiential "cooperative" education. The cooperative program is ranked first in the United States for its scale and quality of placements, and draws from top-scoring students who combine academic training with experiences in leading organizations around the world.
The student body is roughly 20,000 strong, of whom--every year--roughly half work for 3,000 companies in 100 countries. Undergraduate and graduate students at DMSB follow this same cooperative education model. Northeastern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Educational Institution and Employer, Title IX University. Northeastern University particularly welcomes applications from minorities, women and persons with disabilities. Northeastern University is an E-Verify Employer.
Applicants are requested to submit materials online via the D’Amore-McKim School of Business website at http://damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/faculty/ (click on Faculty Positions). Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of current and future research interests, contact information for three references, and a sample of scholarly work.
Exhibit 1: In the Heart of Boston.
Exhibit 2: Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex (ISEC).
Exhibit 3: Graduation.
Exhibit 4: Student Residences.