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As Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, I have the privilege of working with progressive, dynamic and productive nursing faculty. I encourage you to consider joining our faculty and staff, as we are seeking talented individuals to help shape our future endeavors in teaching and learning innovations, collaborative research and fostering regional, national, and global leadership.

Linda K. Young, PhD, RN, CNE, CFLE, FAAN
Dean and Professor
College of Nursing and Health Science
UW-Eau Claire

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Jane W. and James E. Moore Chair in Nursing Research Professorship (Eau Claire site)

The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is seeking candidates for the inaugural Jane W. and James E. Moore Nursing Research Professorship in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. This is a full-time position with a concurrent, tenured appointment in the college. The anticipated start date is August 1, 2021. The Moore Professorship was created to recognize and promote the ongoing research development of a nurse scientist at a nationally recognized undergraduate faculty/student research intensive comprehensive university. The named scholar is an experienced nurse educator with a demonstrated commitment to scholarship and a documented pattern of research in a designated area. The candidate is at a place in their career trajectory where they wish to expand upon an area or refocus their scholarship to establish a new area of research. The recipient of the Moore Professorship will be granted time and resources to further develop their own research program, while also promoting scholarship of the faculty and students in the department of nursing. This is a tenured faculty position at the associate or full professor rank, holding a nine-month appointment with a summer appointment at 25%. The appointment as the Moore Professor is a limited term appointment of three years. The Moore Professor reports to and works in consultation with the Chair of the Department of Nursing in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. The College of Nursing and Health Sciences offers traditional and BSN-Completion, MSN, and DNP program options. Our 800+ undergraduate and graduate students engage in collaborative learning in and out of the classroom, conduct research with faculty and translate it into practice, and get hands-on experience through clinicals and practica. Additionally, we have a distance education site located in Marshfield, Wisconsin through which we connect via live interactive technology.

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Tenure-track or Tenured faculty in Pediatrics (Eau Claire site)

The Department of Nursing is recruiting for Tenure-track (probationary or tenured) faculty position with a specialty in Pediatrics at the Eau Claire campus. The appointment is for nine months with a possibility for summer appointment. Interdisciplinary teaching and scholarship opportunities are readily available and supported by the university. Engaged teams of students and faculty conduct research through the university student-faculty collaborative research grants program. Collaborative community exchanges, cultural immersion programs and global awareness initiatives are well-established at the university and new, innovative partnerships are supported through the university strategic plan and community agencies. Faculty and staff at the University foster student-centered learning, leadership skill development, and a strong shared governance model. There are excellent opportunities for research, leadership, clinical and professional development.

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Tenure-track or Tenured faculty: one in Maternal Child Health; one in Adult Gerontology (Eau Claire site)

The Department of Nursing is recruiting for two tenure-track (probationary or tenured) faculty positions, one with a specialty in Maternal Child Health and the other with a specialty in Adult Gerontology at the Eau Claire campus.  The appointment is for nine months with a possibility for summer appointment. Interdisciplinary teaching and scholarship opportunities are readily available and supported by the university.  Engaged teams of students and faculty conduct research through the university student-faculty collaborative research grants program.  Collaborative community exchanges, cultural immersion programs and global awareness initiatives are well-established at the university and new, innovative partnerships are supported through the university strategic plan and community agencies.  Faculty and staff at the University foster student-centered learning, leadership skill development, and a strong shared governance model. There are excellent opportunities for research, leadership, clinical and professional development.  

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Tenure-track or Tenured faculty Clinical in Medical Surgical (Marshfield site)

The Department of Nursing is recruiting for tenure-track (probationary or tenured) faculty or a clinical track faculty position with a specialty in Medical Surgical at the Marshfield campus. The appointment is for nine months with a possibility for summer appointment. Interdisciplinary teaching and scholarship opportunities are readily available and supported by the university. Engaged teams of students and faculty conduct research through the university student-faculty collaborative research grants program. Collaborative community exchanges, cultural immersion programs and global awareness initiatives are well-established at the university and new, innovative partnerships are supported through the university strategic plan and community agencies. Faculty and staff at the University foster student-centered learning, leadership skill development, and a strong shared governance model. There are excellent opportunities for research, leadership, clinical and professional development.

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Instructional academic staff pool (Eau Claire and Marshfield sites)

The Department of Nursing is recruiting for Instructional Academic Staff positions at the Eau Claire and Marshfield campuses. Multiple positions available. Appointments range from 4.5 months (1 semester) to 9 months (2 semesters). Interdisciplinary teaching and scholarship opportunities are readily available and supported by the university. Collaborative community exchanges, cultural immersion programs and global awareness initiatives are well-established at the university and new, innovative partnerships are supported through the university strategic plan and community agencies. Faculty and staff at the University foster student-centered learning, leadership skill development, and a strong shared governance model. There are excellent opportunities for clinical, professional development, leadership, and research.

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Why consider UW-Eau Claire for a Career in Nursing Education

Our 800+ undergraduate and graduate students are engaged in collaborative learning in and out of the classroom, conduct research with faculty, and get hands-on experience through clinicals and immersion experiences.

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The Work of a Nurse Educator: Faculty Collaboration

Nita Johnson, College of Nursing simulation lab coordinator and Dr. Cheryl Brandt, discuss the faculty to faculty, peer to peer work that goes into preparing to use the Simulation Lab for skills checkups and objective structured clinical examination.

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The Work of a Nurse Educator: Research

UW-Eau Claire College of Nursing clinical coordinator Melissa Boellaard and senior nursing student Kaitlyn Wilberding talk about the time commitment and importance of faculty mentored research.

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UNIVERSITY and EAU CLAIRE COMMUNITY: UW-Eau Claire, an institution of approximately 11,500 students and 1,200 faculty and staff, is consistently recognized as a top comprehensive university in the Midwest and is widely known as a leader in faculty-undergraduate research and study abroad. We strive for excellence in liberal education and select graduate and professional programs through commitment to teaching and learning and dedication to our core values of diversity, sustainability, leadership, and innovation.

The City of Eau Claire, situated at the confluence of the Chippewa and Eau Claire rivers, is at the center of a metropolitan area of approximately 100,000 people located 90 miles east of Minneapolis/St. Paul. The area features beautiful parks and trails, strong public schools, a vibrant arts scene and local food culture, and abundant recreational opportunities.

The Mary C. and Fred Bliss Fund for Nursing Faculty Professional Development

The Bliss fund for pre-tenured nursing faculty supports activities such as research in nursing and health sciences, manuscript development, faculty-student collaborative research projects, professional travel to conferences and meetings for presenting papers, and other types of scholarly activities.

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