Lubar Faculty and Staff
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Associate/Full Professor in Supply Chain and Operations Management

The Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business and the College of Engineering & Applied Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee invites outstanding scholars to apply for the tenured position of Associate Professor/Full Professor of Supply Chain Management.  Applicant should possess a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering, Business, or a related field, expertise in Supply Chain Management, and the ability to develop strong research relationships with business and/or government. The candidate should hold a publication record of exceptional quality and high-impact research as well as a commitment to teaching excellence in such areas as transportation and logistics. Candidates with a history of securing external funding, experience delivering executive education, demonstrated ability to work effectively on supply chain initiatives in an interdisciplinary environment, desire to supervise students at all academic levels, and an understanding of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are preferred.  The candidate in this senior level joint appointment will also collaborate closely with the newly created Supply Chain Management Institute housed in the Lubar School.  This position commences in Fall 2012.

Salary will be highly competitive and includes generous benefits. The Lubar School and the College of Engineering & Applied Science will offer attractive start up packages.

Application materials should include: a letter describing your interest and qualifications for the position; a curriculum vitae describing educational background, research, work experience, publications, grant funding, along with a list of courses taught, a clear statement of the candidate’s teaching and research interests, and three references (names, addresses, e-mail and telephone numbers).  The complete application package must be submitted electronically to the following address:  Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.  Questions should be directed to Dr. Anthony Ross, Professor and Rockwell Automation Endowed Chair, Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business, at 414-229-6515 or to  Under Wisconsin’s open records law, requests for confidentiality will be honored, except that names and titles of all finalists must be disclosed upon request. 

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a major metropolitan research university, located in the commercial and industrial hub of Wisconsin, UW-Milwaukee is one of the two “doctoral cluster” campuses in the 13-campus University of Wisconsin System, with a student enrollment of approximately 30,000. The campus is situated in a pleasant residential neighborhood only a few blocks from Lake Michigan, with easy proximity to major league sports, entertainment, culture, and dining.  The Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business ( ranks nationally in faculty research and is highly regarded for its academic programs and industry partnerships.  Accredited by AACSB at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, it offers BBA, MBA, Executive MBA, MS and Ph.D. degree programs.  The Lubar School offers an undergraduate major and MBA concentration in Supply Chain Management.  It also has an ERP track in both the undergraduate and graduate programs.  It is also home to one of only five global SAP University Competency Centers.  The College of Engineering & Applied Science ( consists of five departments--Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Industrial Engineering, Materials, and Mechanical Engineering, with ABET accredited programs.  Further information about UWM may be found at

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