EVENT MANAGEMENT CLINICAL FACULTY
New York University School of Professional Studies
Jonathan M. Tisch Hospital Center
The Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality (NYU / SPS) is seeking a dynamic and committed candidate for a Clinical Assistant / Associate Professor position effective September 2022. The Clinical Assistant / Associate Professor position of nine months will provide services to our undergraduate and graduate programs, with particular emphasis on research and teaching event management (operation, design and production, tourism, economy, ecology, technologies). Candidates can come from any industrial or disciplinary field. We are looking for faculty candidates who have experience or evidence of the potential for success in teaching a diverse student population, including first generation students, students from diverse linguistic, cultural, racial and ethnic from all over the world.
Prior teaching experience is desirable, as are applicants who can foster professional networks within the School of Professional Studies, the wider NYU community, and industry partners. Full-time faculty members are expected to teach three courses per semester. In addition to teaching, faculty members advise students, organize departmental activities, participate in program planning and evaluation, conduct research, recruit and supervise adjunct professors, and maintain relationships with the faculty. ‘industry.
Professional experience: The successful candidate will possess evidence of professional distinction, industry experience, and relevant credentials. Graduate or professional diplomas (BA / BS / MBA, JD, etc.) are expected; doctoral studies are appreciated but not compulsory. For applicants who may not have formal teaching experience in a university setting, other types of activities associated with higher education will be considered, including teaching in a professional environment or proof excellent communication and analytical skills.
the Jonathan M. Tisch Hospital Center educates opinion leaders and change agents through programs in hospitality, tourism and event management. High-level courses and rigorous study are complemented by seminars, lectures, and programs that put students in direct contact with industry leaders. NYU students and faculty have a global outlook and are located locally, contributing to the vitality and vibrancy of New York City. The Tisch Center hosts the NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference, which annually attracts 2,000 participants and generates scholarships for our master’s students. The Tisch Center recently inaugurated the Hospitality Innovation Hub, a dynamic space for experiential learning, prototyping and innovation.
NYU School of Professional Studies (SPS) is a thought leader and serves as an incubator for new ideas in ever-changing industries. Its academic units include: Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality, Center of Applied Liberal Arts, Center for Global Affairs, Center for Publishing, Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies, Division of Programs in Business, Preston Robert Tisch Institute of Global Sport and the Schack Institute of Real Estate. NYU SPS is focused on building skills that open doors to opportunities in emerging fields and global markets. Its faculty members are leading experts in their fields of discipline, with a hands-on approach that encourages undergraduate and graduate students to push their limits and innovate.
NYU SPS is committed to inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and access throughout the school.
Interested candidates must prepare:
1) Letter of interest
2) Curriculum Vitae
3) List of references (no letters required at the initial stage, but references will be contacted if the application advances)
Terms: This is a full time, not permanent, nine-month academic appointment to start Fall 2022. The initial two-year contract may be renewed in accordance with NYU and SPS policies.
To apply, go to: https://apply.interfolio.com/98827
NYU welcomes all applications but can only respond to qualified applicants.
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