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26 days ago

Assistant Director of International Education

UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY Findlay, OH

may be found on the website: http://www.findlay.edu/offices/businessaffairs/humanresources/. The University of Findlay is an equal opportunity… TheJobNetwork


26 days ago

INTERNATIONAL RECRUITER

UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY Findlay, OH

INTERNATIONAL RECRUITERThe University of Findlay is accepting applications for a full-time international recruiter, responsible for the coordination… TheJobNetwork


5 days ago

ADVANCEMENT MARKETING COORDINATOR

UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY Findlay, OH

The University of Findlay is accepting applications for a full-time advancement marketing coordinator, responsible for formulating and implementing a… TheJobNetwork


16 days ago

Assistant or Associate Professor in Industrial Hygiene or Occupational Safety an

The University of Findlay Findlay, OH

include bachelor’s level industrial hygiene courses, and master’s level courses in environmental, safety and health management and risk management… Glassdoor


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    Old school and old values, not supportive of science fields

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    Former Employee - Assistant Professor  in  Findlay, OH
    Former Employee - Assistant Professor in Findlay, OH

    I worked at University of Findlay full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Newer facilities and supportive faculty development opportunities

    Cons

    Poorly managed financially, tenure and promotion standards continuously change, and female faculty rights are minimal at best (a colleague was denied FMLA after having a baby, not even sure how this was legal). Science fields continually prey on new female grads for entry level faculty positions because they can be overworked and underpaid and treated without respect.

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    Congrats on your first female president, too bad that is the only advancement in female faculty rights at that institution. Old school deans and tenured faculty members make it very uncomfortable for young female faculty members in non-art or education fields.

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