CECIL B. DAY CHAIR IN BUSINESS ETHICS
The College of Management at the Georgia Institute of Technology is seeking applications and nominations for the Cecil B. Day Chair in Business Ethics. Cecil B. Day, Sr., founder of Days Inns of America, Inc., was a successful business leader and loyal graduate of Georgia Tech who exhibited a life of integrity and honor.
The ideal candidate will be an internationally renowned scholar in Business Ethics. We seek an exceptional scholar who also has a record of achievement as a classroom instructor for both traditional and executive audiences. The ideal candidate would be able to build relations with the business community, as well as with other relevant units at Georgia Tech, and provide leadership in the College of Management for augmenting our course offerings and general activities/programs in the area of Business Ethics.
The College of Management is located in Atlanta, Georgia and emphasizes excellence in the traditional areas of management while focusing on the interdisciplinary areas of management of technology, international business, and entrepreneurial and innovative processes. The College is the home for a Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER), and a National Science Foundation IGERT graduate program on technology commercialization. The College is AACSB accredited and has 1,200 undergraduate majors, 200 MBA students, 40 Ph.D. students, approximately 100 students in the Executive Master of Science in Management of Technology degree program, and 30 students in the Global Executive MBA degree program.
The College hosts an annual International Finance Conference sponsored by Fortis, Inc., an annual Roundtable on Engineering Entrepreneurship Research, and an Impact Speakers Series featuring CEOs of technology companies. The College provides an intellectually stimulating research environment. The faculty members are active in research and publish in leading journals, books, monographs, and conference proceedings. The College occupies a state-of-the-art building on the Georgia Tech campus.
To apply, please send a vita and a cover letter indicating why you may be interested and qualified for the position, along with the names of three people who will be able to provide letters of recommendation. The application deadline is March 1st, 2007.
Georgia Tech is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Nominations and application material should be sent to:
Cecil B. Day Chair in Business Ethics Search
College of Management
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia 30308-0520