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The Bloomington campus is looking for nursing professionals who are visionary leaders, committed educators, and innovative researchers.

Located in the new Regional Academic Health Center, the School of Nursing shares IU’s state-of-the-art, collaborative Health Sciences Building with the Schools of Medicine, Social Work, and Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences, and is connected to the new IU Health Bloomington Hospital campus. This is a rich environment for interdisciplinary studies and research partnerships.

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IUSON is one of the largest nursing schools in the nation that offers a full range of academic programs from BSN to DNP and PhD. The Bloomington campus has a rich history as a traditional college campus in a welcoming community. We offer both the BSN Traditional track for students who want to start a nursing career and the RN to BSN Online Completion track for practicing RNs who are ready to earn a BSN. Graduate nursing programs are available through the IU Indianapolis campus.

IUSON is looking for scholars who will contribute to our commitment to engage the city, state, nation, and beyond through teaching, research, and service, in consideration of the rich diversity of our campus and city as we prepare our graduates to enter and lead in an increasingly complex world.

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Associate Dean, Bloomington Campus ( #IU-100591-2023 )

Bloomington

Indiana University School of Nursing (IUSON) is seeking exceptional candidates for the position of Associate Dean, Bloomington campus. The Associate Dean will provide leadership to the School of Nursing at Bloomington: faculty, staff, and students. The Associate Dean will collaborate with leaders across the Indiana University School of Nursing core school and Indiana University Bloomington. The Associate Dean will be central to the advancement of the IUSON’s excellence of the new Regional Academic Health Center (RAHC). The new RAHC reflects the vision of the partnership between Indiana University and Indiana University Health and includes a new hospital, instructional space for health-related programs, and possible expansion of the nursing program.

The Associate Dean is responsible for the operational, teaching and scholarship activities of the core campus. The position involves school of nursing campus specific responsibilities. The Associate Dean is a member of the: Executive Leadership Council, Clinical Community Advisory Board, RN-BSN Consortium Steering Committee, and participates in faculty governance as elected or appointed. This position reports to the Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.

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School of Nursing Staff Openings

Bloomington, Fort Wayne, IU Indianapolis

The Indiana University School of Nursing seeks qualified individuals for a variety of staff positions across our Core campuses of IU Indianapolis, IU Bloomington, and IU Fort Wayne. Each campus boasts its unique personality, vibrant campus, and opportunities beyond the School of Nursing to involvement at the campus level. Explore open job possibilities based on your position as a current IU employee or as an external candidate.

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Tenure Track Senior Faculty ( #IU-100066-2022 )

Bloomington

Indiana University School of Nursing (IUSON) seeks qualified candidates for a senior tenure-track faculty (Associate or Full Professor) position at the Bloomington campus. This position offers exciting opportunities for research and teaching in our academic programs. Service is also an expectation of this appointment.

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Nursing Faculty Fellowship (Part-time) Faculty Open Positions

Bloomington

Teaching opportunities for adjunct (part-time) Nursing Faculty Fellow Program are available in the Fall and Spring at the IU School of Nursing (Bloomington campus). This program focuses on enhancing the recruiting pipeline for diversity among Nurse Educators. Program participants will receive resources to promote professional in‐classroom educational opportunities and will be provided learning resources for their own nurse educator progression. Educators will build upon entry‐level educational opportunities and will be expected to teach in clinical and/or didactic courses in the undergraduate program.

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Deanna Reising

One of the main reasons I’ve worked at the IU School of Nursing on the Bloomington campus since 1991 is the talented faculty and staff. We enjoy teaching our highly motivated students, and we see our successes with every graduating class.

Professor Deanna Reising