Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor

Miami University

Job Description

Entrepreneurship: Visiting Assistant Professor or Instructor to teach multiple sections of ESP 103: Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking. This position is a full-time, benefits-eligible position. Start date for this position is August 21, 2023.

ESP 103 is part of the required First Year Integrated Core (FYIC) curriculum for all Farmer School of Business majors. The FYIC is an innovative four course bundle that teaches students critical skills such as critical thinking, creative thinking, computational thinking & coding, ethical thinking, communication, and collaboration. As an ESP 103 teacher, you will be a part of a team of faculty who working collaboratively to integrate these key skills across all four FYIC classes (BUS 101: Foundations of Business; BUS 102: Foundations of Business Communication; ESP 103: Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Thinking; and BUS 104: Introduction to Computational Thinking for Business). A successful candidate will share the values of collaboration, entrepreneurial thinking, creativity, and a relentless pursuit of excellence in undergraduate teaching. Candidate must be interested in contributing to teaching outside the box as part of a team. For more information on the FYIC, please visit:


Minimum Qualifications:

Required: PhD in business, creative studies, or closely related field by the date of appointment for a Visiting Assistant Professor position or a master’s degree in business, creative studies, or closely related fields by the date of appointment for an Instructor position.


Desired Qualifications:

Consideration may be given to candidates with teaching or work experience related to general entrepreneurship, start-up, corporate, creative, or social entrepreneurship.


Special Instructions to Applicants:

Submit cover letter, vitae, and evidence of teaching effectiveness (teaching evaluations). Inquiries may be directed to Rebecca Crews at


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