Faculty Search Updates

Fall 2021 - New Assistant Professor Faculty Search 

The Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Public Policy is seekingDM Smith Building applications for a tenure-track position, Assistant Professor rank. We are seeking a Ph.D. specializing in organization theory, public administration, or public management. Applicants may be from a variety of disciplinary and field perspectives in keeping with the interdisciplinary profile of our School. We welcome all qualified applicants to apply, including women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities.

The Georgia Tech School of Public Policy is a multidisciplinary school offering bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D. degrees. In addition to our cross-cutting focus on data analytics and sound research design, our policy areas include:

  • Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) Policy
  • Environmental Policy and Management
  • Information and Communication Technology Policy/Cybersecurity Policy
  • Ethics and Philosophy of Science and Technology
  • Public Management and Leadership
  • Urban and Regional Economic Development/Smart Cities
  • Science and Engineering Organizations, Education, Careers, and Workforce

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The search committee

Chair of the faculty search committee:

Other members of the faculty search committee: 

Have questions?

Please email questions about the search to Dr. John Walsh at john.walsh@pubpolicy.gatech.edu


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