Sunday, August 28, 2005

Cornell University

[Department Website][APSA elisting(requires membership)] Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) invites applications to fill a tenured or tenure track faculty position (rank is open) to begin Fall 2006. We are looking for candidates from any disciplinary background whose primary research interests focus on China on topics that are broadly of interest to the ILR school. Candidates must have an active research program in China and must be fluent in a Chinese language. We are particularly interested in scholars who do research on Chinese institutions & organizations. Essential qualifications for appointment at the Assistant Professor level include a completed Ph.D. in any relevant (to ILR) field, and a demonstrated potential for high quality teaching and research leading to publication in top-tier journals. Appointment at the Associate or Full Professor level requires a record of teaching and research consistent with the granting of tenure at a world-class research university. The ILR School is a separate college of Cornell University, founded with the mission of developing and disseminating knowledge of labor and management processes in the contemporary workplace. It is composed of five main departments: Collective Bargaining, Law and Labor History; Human Resource Management; Labor Economics; Statistics; and Organizational Behavior. General information on the ILR School can be obtained at our web site: Interested applicants should send in their applications by November 1st 2005. A complete application will consist of a vita, research statement, writing samples, and for junior candidates, at least three reference letters. All materials should be submitted to: Professor Sarosh Kuruvilla; School of Industrial and Labor Relations; 156 Ives Hall;Cornell University; Ithaca, NY 14853. Inquiries should be directed to Professor Sarosh Kuruvilla ( Cornell University is an equal opportunity employer, and women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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