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Full time Faculty Lecturer in Sustainable Business School of Environmental Sustainability Loyola University of Chicago

  • 1.  Full time Faculty Lecturer in Sustainable Business School of Environmental Sustainability Loyola University of Chicago

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    Loyola University Chicago's (LUC) School of Environmental Sustainability (SES) requests applications for a full time Faculty Lecturer in Sustainable Business beginning in August, 2023. The SES particularly encourages faculty of color to apply. LUC's School of Environmental Sustainability takes teaching our undergraduate and graduate students very seriously, and strives for excellence in each program and every course. We seek candidates with expertise in sustainable business management and an ESG (environmental, social and governance) emphasis for business practices. Candidate expertise could also include environmental sustainability in entrepreneurship, strategy, finance, or other areas of business. Courses the successful candidate would teach include ENVS 333/433 Circular Economy and ENVS 363/463 Sustainable Business Management, and new courses the candidate would like to develop in this area. This position includes a minor administrative role of coordinating the Abrams Sustainable Business Challenge, an annual pitch for entrepreneurial students at Loyola University of Chicago to build sustainable business innovations. The Abrams Sustainable Business Challenge is a collaboration between SES and the Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise within the LUC Quinlan School of Business.

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    Richard "Max" Melstrom
    School of Environmental Sustainability Loyola University Chicago
    1032 W. Sheridan Rd.
    Chicago, IL 60660
    rmelstrom@luc.edu
    Review of applications will begin on October 31st, 2022, and continue until the position is filled.

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    Youthika Chauhan
    Chapel Hill NC
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