The School of Nursing at the University at Buffalo (UB) invites applications for the newly created Patricia H. and Richard E. Garman Professorship in Nursing. This is the first endowed professorship offered by the School of Nursing and will provide support for the scholarly activities of a regionally, nationally, or internationally recognized scholar with a program of research that complements the research activities in the School of Nursing. The successful candidate will be a scientist who currently has a funded program of research in one of the following areas: promoting health and reducing risk in psychiatric mental health/addictions, oncology, health services research, nursing workforce, aging, chronic health problems, or end-of-life.
We are seeking a senior faculty member who can join UB as an Associate or Full Professor with tenure to contribute to our growing and exciting research programs. An earned doctorate in nursing or earned doctorate in a related field is required. The candidate must be eligible for licensure in New York State.
The University at Buffalo, a research-intensive, AAU-affiliated university, is the largest and most comprehensive unit of the State University of New York system. The School of Nursing is one of five health science schools in the University and offers degrees at the BS, MS, DNP and PhD level. The School is aggressively building its research enterprise, as well as growing and restructuring its stellar academic programming.
Buffalo is New York’s second-largest city. The city supports a rich cultural life that includes vibrant theater, a first-rate symphony orchestra, acclaimed restaurants, and one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary art anywhere in the world. Buffalo has access to most winter and summer sports in the surrounding rural, mountain, and great lakes region. In addition, we have the advantage of being on the international border with Canada, 20 minutes from spectacular Niagara Falls and about an hour and a half from Toronto.
If you have questions or would like to discuss the possibilities further contact Marsha Lewis, Dean and Professor at (716) 829-3221 or email UBNursingDean@buffalo.edu.
Web Site: http://nursing.buffalo.edu
The University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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