The Lelia Holden Carroll Endowed Professor in Nursing

The Connell School of Nursing is seeking applications for:

The Lelia Holden Carroll Endowed Professor in Nursing

This Fund was established in 1995 through a gift from Lelia Holden Carroll, Boston College parent, as an expression of her admiration and respect for the Connell School of Nursing at Boston College. Income from the endowment supports a chair in the Connell School of Nursing. This position allows its holder to advance an active program of research and provide leadership and mentorship to faculty and students in teaching, research and craftsmanship.

A research-focused terminal degree and active program of research/scholarship is required for all candidates.

Boston College is a leading national Jesuit, Catholic university, enrolling 14,000 students, including 9,100 full-time undergraduates and 4,500 graduate and professional students. Located six miles from downtown Boston, the University is ranked 38th by US News & World Report and is one of the top American private research universities. It has 821 full-time faculty, an operating budget of $956 million, and an endowment of $2.6 billion, among the nation’s 40 largest.

The Connell School of Nursing is committed to transformative education and cutting-edge research. Founded in 1947, the school currently enrolls 432 undergraduate and 282 graduate students and employs 54 full-time faculty. As internationally recognized experts in their field, Connell School faculty members are passionate about developing clinical science that will transform healthcare as well as advancing nursing science through the next generation of nurses. In keeping with ideals of the University, the Connell School educates compassionate leaders who use their knowledge in service of others.

To apply, send a Cover letter and CV to Lisa Wood, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, Professor and Search Committee Chair. 

Email Lisa Wood