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Augsburg College seeks candidates to direct and teach in an exciting new track in the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. Launched in the fall of 2013, the Post-BSN to DNP-Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) track prepares advanced practice nurses to lead healthcare innovations and provide integrative primary care to families across cultures and care settings with emphasis on eliminating health inequities locally and globally.
Augsburg's Doctor of Nursing Practice program is fully accredited by the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and is one of three nursing programs offered at Augsburg College. The BSN completion program is designed for Registered Nurses with Associate of Science degrees who wish to earn a baccalaureate degree in nursing. The Master of Arts in Nursing (MAN) program offers tracks of study in Transcultural Nursing and Transformational Nursing Leadership. Likewise, the DNP program also has two tracks of study: Transcultural Nursing Leadership (DNP-TCN) and the recently launched DNP-FNP track.
Major responsibilities of this 4.5/6 position include directing and purposefully planning for the Post-BSN to DNP-FNP track of study, teaching graduate courses in the DNP-FNP track to adult students in a hybrid format using video conferencing, face-to-face classes and Web enhanced instruction that includes travel between the Twin Cities and Rochester. Additionally, facilitating student admission to the FNP-DNP track and student advising is expected along with committee assignments in the Department and participation in the larger College community through service on committees. Maintaining an innovative program of practice as an FNP is essential. Scholarship that complements teaching and practice is encouraged.
Requirements for this position include an earned doctorate in nursing with current certification as a Family Nursing Practitioner; experience in holistic integrative health care, transcultural nursing and teaching in graduate and undergraduate nursing programs is essential.
To apply submit cover letter and CV online at: , and have three letters of reference sent to Judi Green in the Office of Academic Affairs, at .
Augsburg is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color or any other protected class. Successful candidates will have demonstrated abilities working in an academic community committed to intentional diversity. Candidates are thus encouraged to highlight skills and experiences that demonstrate intercultural competence.
Augsburg College offers more than 50 undergraduate majors and nine graduate degrees to approximately 3,600 students of diverse backgrounds. With a student/faculty ratio of 15:1, the college focuses on close personal interaction with faculty and experiential education opportunities on campus and in the community. An Augsburg education is defined by excellence in the liberal arts and professional studies, guided by the faith and values of the Lutheran church, and shaped by its urban and global settings. Additional information about Augsburg College is available at .
Among the distinctive features of the college are its deep dedication to civic and community engagement, robust undergraduate research programs, and a strong belief in the integration of liberal arts and professional studies across all programs. The College's commitment to the local neighborhood and the world is enhanced through the work of four signature centers: the Christensen Center for Vocation, the Center for Global Education, the Sabo Center for Citizenship and Learning, and the Strommen Center for Meaningful Work. Augsburg's commitment to diversity is reflected in the student body: for the past four years, students of color comprised nearly 40 percent of the incoming first-year class. With approximately 1,000 students living on campus, Augsburg engages students in a wide range of co-curricular activities, including NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletics. At both undergraduate and graduate levels, students actively engage in international travel and intercultural experiences that broaden their view of the world and deepen their engagement in it.
Augsburg's main campus is located in the vibrant Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis, one of the most diverse areas in the Twin Cities. The University of Minnesota West Bank campus and one of the city's largest medical complexes are adjacent to Augsburg; the Mississippi River and the Seven Corners Theatre district are just a few blocks away. In addition to its Minneapolis campus, Augsburg has a vibrant branch campus in Rochester, the fastest growing city in Minnesota and headquarters of the Mayo Health System. In addition to these locations, Augsburg owns and operates international sites in Mexico, Guatemala, and Namibia.