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Dean of the Kent State University College of Nursing
The College of Nursing at Kent State University (KSU) invites applications for the position of Dean.
Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, the Dean of the College of Nursing will provide overall leadership and direction and will serve as the principal administrator of the college.
The new Dean will engage in visionary and long-range planning for the college; provide leadership and oversight to all academic programs; encourage and support continuous improvement of programs and curriculum; evaluate and approve all curricular changes, advising functions, and student recruitment and retention actions and initiatives; develop and review curricular and programmatic initiatives; may teach courses.
Kent State University College of Nursing
The Kent State University College of Nursing offers one of the finest nursing programs in the United States.
Expert faculty and administrators work with students to enhance professional education and success.
As a center for nursing research and education, the college is committed to advancing and applying nursing knowledge through excellence in undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs, nursing education and research that address a changing society, promotion of health, and enhancement of the profession of nursing.
The KSU College of Nursing provides courses of study at the baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral levels.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing are eligible to apply to take the state licensing examination to become professional registered nurses.
Study for the Master of Science in Nursing degree includes options for clinical focus in acute care, adult-gerontology, family, healthcare management, pediatric, psychiatric mental health and women’s health areas, as well as role function in administration, clinical specialization, or as nurse practitioners.
Doctoral coursework is available in Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Nursing Practice Degrees.
Doctoral degree from an accredited institution in nursing or relevant field; eight to nine years of experience as a faculty member and administrator at the department chair or college director level at a doctoral-granting university; academic record sufficient to qualify for faculty appointment at senior rank; professional licensure as a nurse.
Interested candidates should submit confidential applications at https://jobs.kent.edu.
After accessing this link, go to "Search Postings" and type in the position number: 997680.
A CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
In 2013, the Kent State University College of Nursing was named as a National League for Nursing Center of Excellence in Nursing Education!
Learn more about our designation here.
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