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Southern University at New Orleans has extended the search for FOUNDING CHAIR OF NURSING FOR BSN PROGRAM SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY AT NEW ORLEANS Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) has received approval of its letter of intent and feasibility study from the Louisiana Board of Nursing. It is ready to begin developing a new BSN program. We are seeking applications for the founding Chair of Nursing for this Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. This is a 12-month administrative position with faculty status. The Chair will report directly to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and will provide day-to-day oversight for operations of this new undergraduate program. Candidates will have the following qualifications: Commitment and passion for creating a student-centered, caring teaching/learning environment and committed to improving diversity within the Louisiana nursing workforce. Hold an earned doctorate in nursing or a related field from a regionally accredited institution. The Master of Science in Nursing degree is required if the doctoral degree is not in nursing. Possess an unencumbered license to practice as a registered nurse in the state of Louisiana or be eligible for the same. Have a minimum of three years experience in a nursing education administrative role and three years in clinical practice. Be eligible to meet academic qualifications as a tenure track Professor or Associate Professor. Responsibilities include: The Founding Chair will have the authority and responsibility to develop the program's infrastructure during the first year (AY 2021/22) according to LSBN regulations and hire qualified faculty before the admission of students in AY 2022/23. Other significant duties: Meeting LSBN approval milestones, including earning initial approval to ensure the admission of first BSN students in fall AY 2022 and earning final approval following the first-class graduation in 2025. Achieving professional accreditation with Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) so first-class will benefit from graduating from a CCNE accredited program. Candidates should submit a curriculum vita with a letter of interest stating how qualifications and experience align with expectations of this position and three refere
Southern University at New Orleans has extended the search for FOUNDING CHAIR OF NURSING FOR BSN PROGRAM SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY AT NEW ORLEANS Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) has received approval of its letter of intent and feasibility study from the Louisiana Board of Nursing. It is ready to begin developing a new BSN program. We are seeking applications for the founding Chair of Nursing for this Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. This is a 12-month administrative position with faculty status. The Chair will report directly to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and will provide day-to-day oversight for operations of this new undergraduate program. Candidates will have the following qualifications: Commitment and passion for creating a student-centered, caring teaching/learning environment and committed to improving diversity within the Louisiana nursing workforce. Hold an earned doctorate in nursing or a related field from a regionally accredited institution. The Master of Science in Nursing degree is required if the doctoral degree is not in nursing. Possess an unencumbered license to practice as a registered nurse in the state of Louisiana or be eligible for the same. Have a minimum of three years experience in a nursing education administrative role and three years in clinical practice. Be eligible to meet academic qualifications as a tenure track Professor or Associate Professor. Responsibilities include: The Founding Chair will have the authority and responsibility to develop the program's infrastructure during the first year (AY 2021/22) according to LSBN regulations and hire qualified faculty before the admission of students in AY 2022/23. Other significant duties: Meeting LSBN approval milestones, including earning initial approval to ensure the admission of first BSN students in fall AY 2022 and earning final approval following the first-class graduation in 2025. Achieving professional accreditation with Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) so first-class will benefit from graduating from a CCNE accredited program. Candidates should submit a curriculum vita with a letter of interest stating how qualifications and experience align with expectations of this position and three refere
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