Assistant Professor in Undergraduate Nursing

Job Description:

Teaching responsibilities in the undergraduate program (BSN); maintaining a profile of scholarly productivity including research, publications, professional presentations; active involvement in school of nursing, college and university committees as well  as service activities; advisement, supervision, and mentoring of students; provides quality instruction and utilizes evidence-based , innovative teaching pedagogies to facilitate student learning; participates in design and review of nursing curricula; evaluated student attainment of student learning in classroom and/or clinical setting; maintains life long-learning and has active membership in professional nursing organizations at local, state, and national levels.

Minimal Qualifications:

Minimal rank at the level of Assistant Professor. MSN with a minimum of two years teaching experience. Doctorate in Nursing degree preferred. Current unencumbered Louisiana nursing license required. Applicant must possess a strong commitment to teaching, scholarship, practice and service. Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication skills.  

How to Apply:

To apply, send Southern University employment application (Click here for application), a cover letter, curriculum vita, official transcripts and three letters of recommendation to:

Dean Sandra C. Brown 

Submit via email to:

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