The Ohio State University College of Nursing is Seeking
An Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Culture and Diversity
The Ohio State University College of Nursing has embarked on a new era of excellence led by an internationally renowned dean who is also the university’s first chief wellness officer and associate vice president for health promotion. Under Dean Bernadette Melnyk’s leadership, the college is engaged in new strategic directions to enhance the quality, innovation and diversity of educational programs, build novel faculty practice models, and lead cutting-edge transdisciplinary research. The college is located on the largest health sciences campus in the country and is one of seven health science schools at Ohio State with outstanding collaborations with the world-renowned Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University and the James Comprehensive Cancer Center. The college offers robust programs in nursing pre-licensure education, an accelerated second-degree entry program, several master’s specialties, and PhD and DNP programs, as well as inter-professional degrees in wellness/health coaching, health innovation, and clinical research management.
The Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Culture and Diversity is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating a student affairs and culture and diversity strategy that supports the strategic and academic goals of the College of Nursing. The assistant dean will also provide leadership for diversity and inclusive culture initiatives, and integration of efficient, responsive undergraduate and graduate student services for the college. This is a 12-month tenure track or clinical track position, and productivity in scholarship and education grants is an expectation of this position.
Inquiries, nominations, or applications (including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and names of five references) should be directed electronically and in confidence, to:
Margaret C. Graham PhD, CRNP, FAANP, FAAN
Vice Dean and Professor
The Ohio State University College of Nursing
Applications will be accepted immediately until August 17, 2014. EEO/AA
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