Pennsylvania State University

State College, Pennsylvania United States


    August 04, 2023


The Department of Marketing in the Smeal College of Business at Penn State University (University Park, PA) invites applications for an Instructor or Assistant Teaching Professor position. The start date is Spring 2024. This is a non-tenure track appointment primarily emphasizing teaching responsibilities in the Undergraduate program. The position is an ideal appointment for individuals wishing to concentrate on teaching and related activities such as mentoring and advising. Instructors and Assistant Teaching Professors typically teach seven courses per year.

Candidates must hold the equivalent of a master’s degree or higher in Marketing or a related field (e.g., Psychology, Economics). Salary is competitive and will depend on qualifications.

Instructors and Assistant Teaching Professors will teach various undergraduate courses in Marketing such as:

  • Introductory Marketing
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Global Marketing
  • Sales and Personal Selling
  • Retail Strategy

Candidates should apply online and include both a cover letter directed to Meg Meloy and a current CV. If you have any questions regarding the positions, please contact Meg Meloy, Department Chair ( Please include “Instructor Position 2023” in the subject line of the email. 
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