A Ph.D. in finance or a closely related field.A record of teaching excellence in Finance.A sustained record of excellent scholarship as shown throughpublications that have enabled the candidate to be successfullypromoted to Full Professor at a research-oriented university of asimilar or higher research profile as the University ofKansas. Employee ClassF-FacultyAdvertised Salary Rangecommensurate with experience and qualificationsFTE1.0Position OverviewThe School of Business at the University of Kansas is searching foran Endowed Chair in Finance to start in the 2021-22 academic year.The search is open at the Full Professor level. Candidates withexpertise in two or more of the following areas are encouraged toapply: corporate finance, financial institutions, internationalfinance, investments, or risk management. This is a full-time,tenure-track position beginning August 18, 2021.The University of Kansas, School of Business has been educatingstudents and creating business leaders since 1924. In May 2016, theschool moved into the $70.5 million, 166,500-square-foot Capitol Federal Hall . The maincampus is located in Lawrence, Kansas, 45 minutes west of KansasCity. For information about the University of Kansas, School ofBusiness and living in Lawrence, see http://business.ku.edu/ and https://www.ku.edu/about-lawrence.In a continuing effort to enrich its academic environment andprovide equal educational and employment opportunities, theuniversity actively encourages applications from members ofunderrepresented groups in higher education. The successfulapplicant must have appropriate work authorization prior to thestart of employment.Reg/TempRegularApplication Review Begins26-Jan-2021Anticipated Start Date18-Aug-2021Additional Candidate InstructionTo be considered, candidates must submit an online application. Acomplete application will include a: Job TitleEndowed Chair Full Professor – FinanceDepartmentBusinessPrimary CampusUniversity of Kansas Lawrence CampusJob Description40% – Teach a combination of required and elective finance coursesat the undergraduate, masters, and/or Ph.D. level.40% – Conduct and publish research in a quantity and qualitycommensurate with the University of Kansas’s status as a Carnegie Iresearch university.20% – Perform service for the School, University, and academicprofession and interact effectively with students, faculty, and thebusiness community.Req ID(Ex: 10567BR)18322BRDisclaimerThe University of Kansas prohibits discrimination on the basis ofrace, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age,ancestry, disability status as a veteran, sexual orientation,marital status, parental status, gender identity, genderexpression, and genetic information in the university’s programsand activities. Retaliation is also prohibited by universitypolicy. The following persons have been designated to handleinquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies and are theTitle IX coordinators for their respective campuses: ExecutiveDirector of the Office of Institutional Opportunity & Access,[email protected], 1246 West Campus Road, Room 153A, Lawrence, KS 66045,785-864-6414, 711 TTY 9for the Lawrence, Edwards, Parsons, Yoder,and Topeka campuses); Director, Equal Opportunity Office, Mail Stop7004, 4330 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Fairway, KS 66205,913-588-8011, 711 TTY (for the Wichita, Salina, and Kansas City,Kansas medical center campuses).Contact Information to ApplicantsGjergji Cici [email protected] Number00001333Required Qualifications Letters of recommendation will be requested from selectedapplicants as the search process moves beyond the initial screeninground.Review of applicants begins January 26, 2021, and will continueuntil the position is filled. Letter of application describing experience andaccomplishments,Record of productivity in teaching, research and service asnoted in CV,Sample of research (e.g., publications), andTeaching statement and supplemental materials (e.g., teachingportfolio, sample syllabi, teaching evaluations).
IndianaLocalMichiganNews WhatsApp By Brooklyne Beatty – June 12, 2020 0 837 Facebook Google+ WhatsApp Twitter TAGSbetter business bureauFacebookGreyhawkjaycolike-farmingnorthern indianapostsscamsocial media Previous articleSouth Bend man sentenced to almost 11 years for drug distributionNext articleHoosiers affected by COVID-19 can get free job training Brooklyne Beatty Pinterest Google+ Pinterest Twitter Facebook (Photo supplied/Indiana News Service) Heads up Facebook users, there have been reports of a scam targeting a northern Indiana Accredited Business on a popular social media site.The Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Indiana issued a release Thursday, warning consumers of a Facebook post advertising a free RV that’s making the rounds.The RV, a 2020 Jayco Greyhawk, was purportedly being given away by the northern Indiana RV manufacturer to “one lucky winner who shared the post.”The giveaway was not posted by Jayco, but instead, by scammers hoping to collect as many Facebook “likes as possible.” This is known as like-farming, and can lead to things like malicious malware downloads onto your device. Scammers can also remove the post’s original message, and promote spammy products once the original post reaches a certain amount of likes.In this specific instance, Jayco caught on to the scam, and posted an update on their official Facebook page.To protect yourself from like-farming, the Better Business Bureau recommends these tips:Use your good judgement. If a post says you can win something just by sharing the post, it’s probably not true. If a post tugs at your heartstrings and isn’t about someone you know personally, be wary about the truthfulness of its contents.Don’t click “like” on every post in your feed. Scammers are counting on getting as many mindless likes as possible, so be sure you only “like” posts and articles that are legitimate. Don’t help scammers spread their con.Be cautious when it comes to sharing your personal information. Never give out personal information, such as your full name, telephone number, address, etc. to a person or company you don’t know or trust.Update your web browser. Make sure you always have the latest version of your browser. That way, if you do accidentally click on a scammer’s post, your browser will be more likely to warn you about suspicious sites. Better Business Bureau warns of like-farming scams on Facebook, other social media