Bard College’s low-residency MBA in Sustainability program, based in New York City, has an opening for a visiting faculty member to teach one or both of two courses, “Sustainable Operations and Supply Chains,” and “Circular Value Chain Management” in spring 2019. Bard’s MBA program is one of a select group of programs globally that fully integrates sustainability into a business curriculum.. Bard students master the business case for sustainability, understanding how to align profit with social and environmental goals. Faculty members teach during intensive weekend residencies held once a month in Manhattan; in addition, they teach an online evening session each week between the monthly residencies. The low-residency format allows flexibility in residential location.
MBA faculty members are expected to have earned a Ph.D., J.D., M.B.A., M.P.A. or equivalent degree. Successful candidates will have an established record of excellence in teaching. For more information about Bard’s MBA program, visit the MBA website http://www.bard.edu/mba.
To apply, send a cover letter, CV, and names and contact information for three references through Interfolio.com at: http://apply.interfolio.com/54112. Applications will be reviewed as received.
Bard College is an equal opportunity employer, and we welcome applications from those who contribute to our diversity.
About Bard College - MBA in Sustainability
Building on a 150-year history as a competitive and innovative undergraduate institution, Bard College's mission has expanded across the country, around the world, and to meet broader student needs.Now, approximately 2,000 undergraduates study in Annandale and more than 200 graduate students study in Bard programs, plus nearly 1,000 students in our early colleges. Total enrollment for Bard College and its global affiliates is approximately 5,000 students. The undergraduate program at our main campus in the Hudson River Valley of upstate New York retains a reputation for scholarly excellence and civic engagement. We are committed to enriching culture, public life, and democratic discourse by training tomorrow's thought leaders.