Faculty and Research
A Platform for Success
Smith School of Business at Queen's University is an exceptional place for scholars to develop their academic careers.
Here, you as a faculty member are positioned to succeed. You can count on generous support for your research, because we pride ourselves on being a school that generates new knowledge. You will be motivated by an inquisitive and accomplished faculty, because we value collaboration. And you will have time to refresh your batteries and enjoy what Eastern Ontario has to offer, because we are committed to a healthy work-life balance.
Smith School of Business is part of the larger Queen’s community, a university with a reputation for quality, excellence, and global reach. Queen’s consistently ranks at the top for awards per full-time faculty in Canada and in the top for research intensity. We are consistently ranked among the top five universities in Canada for the highest proportion of students who graduate.
We encourage to learn more about Smith School of Business as a rewarding centre of personal and professional growth.
Smith School of Business invites applications for a tenure stream appointment in the area of Business Economics. While the primary focus of this search is for appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor, in the case of truly exceptional candidates an appointment may be considered at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor. The preferred starting date is July 1, 2016. Deadline for applications is: November 15, 2015. Applications received after this date will be reviewed only if the position remains unfilled.
“I was pretty clear what I was looking for in an academic setting: a school that supports and rewards high quality research and teaching, and one that has distinguished students who would challenge and push me to do better. I was looking for an environment with a continuous motivation to change, adapt, and improve.”
Ceren KolsariciRead More
Assistant Professor & Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Marketing
Joined Smith School of Business faculty in 2009