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Applications are invited for a tenure-track position in Finance at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, beginning August 2013. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated teaching and research interest in Portfolio Management and Investments.
Finance is one of the larger programs within the School of Business and Engineering. It has been designated as a Center of Excellence for the University and has been provided with resources that include the Terry W. Goodwin'67 Financial Technology Center, which provides access to several financial databases for research and instructional use. Faculty members conduct and publish their research in high-quality outlets and collaborate extensively with others within the Department, the School and in other universities. The School of Business and Engineering has been recognized within the ranks of Bloomberg BusinessWeek's "Top 100" undergraduate business programs and is accredited by the AACSB. The School sponsors the annual Global Asset Management Education (G.A.M.E.) Forum each spring in New York City, which is already one of the largest student-operated financial education programs in the world. Students compete annually in inter-collegiate competitions such as the Boston Federal Reserve District's College Fed Challenge, the NYSSA's Investment Research Challenge, and the Rotman International Trading Competition.
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