A.T. Still University of Health Sciences (ATSU) seeks applicationsfrom qualified candidates for the position of dean at theUniversity’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona(ATSU-SOMA).Founded in 1892, ATSU is comprised of six graduate-level healthprofessions schools and colleges on its Kirksville, Missouri, andMesa, Arizona, campuses and online.ATSU-SOMA was established in 2007 on a unique, path-breaking modelof medical education. Students are based on the University’s Mesa,Arizona, campus for the first year of medical school, and for thenext three years, students are placed in groups of approximatelyten students at our partnering community health centers (CHCs).Linked through state-of-the-art technology to basic scientists andother educators at our Mesa campus, ATSU-SOMA students obtain anunparalleled primary care experience with clinicians who arededicated to serving the underserved. Current CHC partners arelocated within the states of Arizona, California, Hawaii, Illinois,New York, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Washington, andalso, Washington, DC. The dean directs and oversees allorganizational and educational aspects of ATSU-SOMA. ATSU-SOMA isthe first college of osteopathic medicine to have earned 10-yearaccreditation with exceptional outcomes from COCA and one of onlythree osteopathic medical schools to be part of the thirty-sevenmember American Medical Association Accelerating ChangeConsortium.Qualifications: Eligible candidates must have an earned doctor ofosteopathic medicine degree, current license to practice medicine,and be board-certified within their specialty through the AmericanOsteopathic Association and/or the American Board of MedicalSpecialties. ATSU is seeking a dynamic leader with administrativeand academic skills and experience, who is committed to educationalinnovation and a mission of serving the underserved.ATSU is a proud recipient of INSIGHT into Diversity’s HigherEducation Excellence in Diversity Award for four consecutive years,2017-2020.Additional information about ATSU-SOMA may be found at atsu.edu/school-of-osteopathic-medicine-arizona.A rolling review of applicants will begin immediately, andapplications will be accepted until the position is filled.Interested applicants should electronically send a letter ofapplication, curriculum vitae, and names and contact informationfor three professional references to the attention of the Chair ofthe Search Committee, Ann Boyle, DMD, associate vicepresident-academic affairs at atsu.edu/soma-1529 .A.T. Still University of Health Sciences (ATSU) does notdiscriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, nationalorigin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, orveteran status in admission to or access to, or treatment oremployment in its programs and activities. Harassment andretaliation are forms of discrimination prohibited by theuniversity.