Dean of the Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine
Campbell University seeks a strategic, forward-looking, and people-focused leader to serve as the next Dean of the Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine. The School, founded in 2011, received full accreditation by the American Osteopathic Association’s Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) in April 2017 and graduated its first class in May 2017. Located in the state-of-the-art Leon Levine Hall of Medical Sciences, Campbell University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) boasts one of the nation’s top simulation centers. Research laboratories and interprofessional classrooms are located in the adjacent Tracey F. Smith Hall of Nursing. The next Dean will continue the School’s positive momentum in producing exemplary student outcomes, graduating alumni who fulfill its mission, and growing the School’s reputation as a leader in medical education.
The School of Osteopathic Medicine continues the Campbell legacy of supplying needed professionals to the state of North Carolina as a whole, and to its rural and underserved communities in particular. Home to more than 600 medical students, 50 faculty, 43 full-time staff, CUSOM is the second largest medical school in the state of North Carolina based on enrollment. In addition to the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, the School currently offers a joint Juris Doctor/Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences, Master of Health Professions Education, and is the academic sponsor for 19 affiliate residency programs and fellowships.
Campbell University began as a primary school in 1887 and has since evolved into a robust university that prepares professionals in a wide range of fields to serve North Carolina, the region, and the larger world, in keeping with its Christian mission. Located in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina, Campbell has experienced unprecedented growth in recent years. In addition to opening the School of Osteopathic Medicine in 2013, Campbell launched degree programs in physical therapy, physician assistant, and public health in 2015, as well as the Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing. Each of these new programs complements the University’s rich offerings in business, education, pharmacy, law, divinity, the liberal arts and sciences, and other fields, making Campbell one of the most academically diverse private institutions in North Carolina and the country.
The Dean of CUSOM will be a strategic and collaborative leader with significant administrative experience and high emotional intelligence. They will also have the ability to build relationships and work effectively and collegially across a variety of disciplines and schools. The Dean will have an impressive record of academic and professional accomplishments sufficient to be appointable as a full professor at Campbell; hold a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from a Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) accredited college of osteopathic medicine; hold a current American Osteopathic Association (AOA) or American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) board certification; and be eligible for licensure in North Carolina.
For best consideration, please send all nominations and applications in confidence and electronically to:
Sue May, Partner
Alyssa Perez, Senior Associate
Matthew Marsallo, Senior Associate
Storbeck Search & Associates
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