BSOE Graduate Student Newsletter
2022 Norton Labs Graduate Fellowship
Master's Research Fellowship in Mechanobiology
SVSH Symposium Call for Proposals
Weekly "pop-up" seminar on Salton Sea - Wednesdays at 11
QT Grad Virtual Writing Group
CSE Directed Reading Program
IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship
2022 Norton Labs Graduate Fellowship
Master's Research Fellowship in Mechanobiology
SVSH Symposium Call for Proposals
CS@RIT Tenure Track Position
FACULTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (FULL-TIME TENURE-TRACK)
St. Edward's University - Tenure Track Assistant Professor - Physiologist/Neuroscientist
Assistant or Associate Position at the West Virginia University
UMBC Tenure Track Open Rank Position in Information Systems
Faculty Opening at the School of EECS, WSU
Full Time Job Opening at Intel Corp.
Tenure-Track ECE Faculty Positions at California State University, Northridge
Open Tenure-Track Faculty Positions at Florida International University
Faculty Positions at Computer Engineering Department, San Jose State University
Multiple Tenure-track and Instructional Positions in Computer Science @ UTSA
CSE @ TAMU - College Station and Galveston
SJSU Tenure-Track Positions
Kalamazoo College tenure-track position in CS
Computer Engineering Faculty Position at San Francisco State University
USNA tenure-track opening in CS Department
Job opportunity in Digital Media / Digital Studies
Computer Science, Cal State LA - Tenure-track assistant professor positions
Please note the following upcoming university deadlines, and ALWAYS check the Academic and Administrative Calendar for important dates and deadlines. Bookmark this year's Academic and Administrative Calendar and refer to it regularly.
Thursday, September 30th Deadline To Apply For Degree
If you plan to complete your MS or PhD this quarter (Fall 2021), the degree application needs to be submitted to BSOE Graduate Advising office. This is also the deadline to pay for filing fee, if applicable. More guidelines for graduating are available on the Graduate Advising website.
Friday, October 1st Graduate Student Enrollment & Fee Payment
If you have not paid your registration fees or enrolled in the minimum number of courses by this date, you will be charged a $50 late fee. Please keep in mind that pending aid (Fellowship, GSR, TA) will not credit your account until you are enrolled in at least 5 units.
Friday, October 1st Graduate Student Part-Time Status
This is the deadline to apply for reduced course load and fees. Part-time status forms must be approved/signed by your faculty advisor and submitted to the BSOE Graduate Advising office by the posted deadline. Part-time application forms are available on the Graduate Division's website.
Wednesday, October 13th Deadline to Add/Drop/Swap Courses
This is your last day to add, drop and swap courses. You will not be able to drop or withdraw from courses after this deadline has passed. If you are enrolled in a placeholder class, you MUST drop it by this deadline. More information on how to add, drop, and swap classes is available on the registrar website.
Sunday, November 28th Grade Option
This is your last day to change your grading option for any courses you are enrolled in.
IMPORTANT: The system defaults to Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading. Instructions for how to change your grading option to letter grades (ABC) can be found here.
Sunday, November 28th Late Add with Fee Deadline
Friday, December 10th Leave of Absence Fall Deadline
Deadline to petition for leave of absence (LOA) beginning the next quarter. LOA forms must be approved/signed by your faculty advisor and submitted to the BSOE Graduate Advising office by the posted deadline. LOA application forms are available on the Graduate Division's website.
Each Wednesday at 11 am (Pacific) we will likely be holding a one-hour
seminar on Salton Sea-related topics. We invite you to attend the seminar.
We're calling it a "pop-up" seminar because it is possible some weeks we
won't have a speaker. But when we do it will be extremely interesting.
For example, today our own Charlie Chesney will be discussing the future of
lithium mining and economic development in the Salton Sea region.
We meet in Zoom
We will have national and regional experts presenting to us and joining the
conversation throughout the quarter.
Please email Project Coordinator Azucena Beltran (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you
would like announcements about upcoming speakers.
At the request of the state Natural Resources Agency, UCSC is leading an
evaluation of water importation concepts for the long term restoration and
management of the Salton Sea. Located near the Mexican border, the Salton
Sea is California's largest lake and is shrinking due to water transfers
out of the region. Our project is looking at environmental, social,
economic, public health, cultural, engineering, diplomatic, and other
aspects of importation concepts for long-term restoration. 5 UCSC grad
students have been employed on the project.
We have an opportunity to invite the leading scholars and practitioners on
Salton Sea restoration to give presentations. We will learn about how the
state and region are dealing with cascading impacts on the region as the
sea shrinks away due to reduced inflows.
The Lionel Cantú Queer Resource Center is sponsoring a virtual writing group for graduate students working on queer and/or trans issues and identities. The group will meet three times a quarter to write and chat together, and the third session of each quarter will be a space to share writing and workshop. Grads who attend the first two sessions will be eligible for a DoorDash gift card to get a free meal for the third session!
The fall dates are Oct 18, Nov 15, and Dec 6 from 4 to 5:30pm. You can register for all the sessions at linktr.ee/queerucsc. See attached flyer.
The CSE Directed Reading Program is an opportunity for graduate students to work one on one with undergraduates for a quarter to help them study an advanced topic that the graduate student is knowledgeable about. The time commitment for graduate students is only 1 hour a week, and would provide valuable mentoring and teaching experience (and potentially future undergraduate research candidates). Participation would be on a quarter by quarter basis, so that if you get really busy one quarter or are no longer interested in mentoring you can stop participating easily.
For more information, please see this Google doc: Link
If you are interested in potentially participating in this program in the future as a graduate student mentor, please fill out this form: Interest Form
Please send me an email at email@example.com if you have any questions, input or just want to discuss this further!
IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship
Application Deadline: December 1, 2021, 5:00 PM EST
The Innovation in Buildings (IBUILD) Graduate Research Fellowship is now accepting applications through December 1, 2021 (5:00 PM EST).
What will I be doing? You will get to advance your graduate research by receiving research and educational support to conduct innovative research at your home institution in an area with demonstrated relevance to building energy efficiency. To ensure an impactful fellowship, you will also gain professional development, mentoring, networking, and support for internship opportunities.
Why should I apply? In addition to advancing your graduate research, you will 1) enhance your education and training in building technologies fields; 2) increase your marketability in these disciplines; 3) gain access to top scientists in the building energy efficiency field; and 4) gain insight into research and career opportunities through your research experiences.
Where will I be located? The IBUILD Fellowship is designed to support research at your home college or university. IBUILD Fellows may be required to take occasional trips to the BTO office or a national laboratory, when applicable, to meet program representatives.
You will receive a competitive stipend of $35,000, an allowance to offset the costs of health insurance up to $16,000, research travel and materials up to $12,000, and limited tuition allowance up to $25,000.
Fellowship will be awarded in 12-month increments based on an annual review of research progress and sustained alignment with designated BTO research areas.
You must be a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident and be enrolled or intend to enroll as a full-time doctoral or master's graduate student at a qualified program requiring a research thesis/dissertation at an accredited U.S. college or university by September 1, 2022 with a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.00 or higher on a 4.00 scale.
Program Website: https://ibuildfellowship.org/
Questions? Email IBUILD@orise.orau.gov. Please list the reference code [DOE-EERE-RPP-IBUILD-2021] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email.
We are pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for the 2022 Norton Labs Graduate Fellowship program. Our program is aimed to support Ph.D. students who are undertaking innovative research in the areas of privacy and identity, security, machine learning, and human factors. The fellowship provides up to $20,000 USD that can be used to cover one year of the student's tuition and/or reimburse research expenses incurred by the student. In addition, all fellowship recipients will be offered a separate salaried internship with Norton Labs. The application deadline is January 12, 2022. Full details are below, and on our website: https://www.nortonlifelock.com/us/en/careers/graduate-fellowship/
We are now accepting applications for the 2022 Norton Labs Graduate Fellowship program. Final award decisions will be made in February 2022.
Fellowships will be bestowed on exceptional Ph.D. students who meet the eligibility criteria listed below. Our program aims to fund innovative research that has real-world value and aligns well with key areas within our business. Topics of interest include:
- Privacy and Identity: Applied and novel techniques for privacy and identity-protection objectives such as authentication, authorization, verifiable claims, trust, anonymity, ubiquitous and usable encryption, and privacy-preserving analytics.
- Security: Achieving security objectives in consumer-related contexts including operating systems, web, mobile devices, Internet of Things, and cloud-based services through such mechanisms as trusted hardware, secure programming languages, security by design, threat and malware characterization, and auditing and deception techniques.
- Machine Learning: Robustness, interpretability, security, privacy, and accountability of machine learning systems. This includes scalable machine learning methods for graph and time-series analyses, anomaly detection, natural language processing, and distributed model training, in support of the privacy/identity and security areas mentioned above.
- Human Factors: Applications of psychology, sociology, anthropology, behavioral economics, human-computer interaction, linguistics, and other human sciences to security and privacy. These include usable security, use of technology for social good, effective notifications for privacy, security, and identity theft, and both human-assisted AI and AI-assisted humans.
**Provisions of the Award**
The Norton Labs Graduate Fellowship provides up to $20,000 USD that may be used to cover one year of the student's tuition fees and/or reimburse expenses incurred by the student during research collaboration with Norton Labs. Common examples of expenses include, but not limited to, conference registration fees, travel expenses, hardware, etc. If the recipient's intended use of the endowment is to cover tuition, this portion of the award will be made available through the university.
Most importantly, each award includes a salaried internship with Norton Labs. In most cases, interns will collaborate with Norton Labs at one of our locations (Culver City, CA, USA; Mountain View, CA, USA; Dublin, Ireland; Sophia-Antipolis, France). Please note that all fellowship applicants shall be considered for internships and full-time employment with NortonLifeLock and may be encouraged to apply for open positions.
- Applying students must be enrolled in a Ph.D. program.
- Preference will be given to students who desire to work in an industrial research lab and to those working on innovative research projects in areas related to NortonLifeLock's businesses and interests.
- Recipients will also be selected based on their overall potential for research excellence and their academic progress to date as evidenced by publications. Typically, award recipients are expected to have produced multiple relevant publications at top-tier conferences.
**Required Application Information**
Application materials must include the following:
- Resume or CV. Please include current enrollment year of grad school as well as anticipated graduation date. (Please use the following naming convention for the file: cv_<lastname>_<firstname>*.pdf)
- Personal statement of research interests, not exceeding 750 words, excluding references. Applicants are strongly encouraged to articulate the value and novelty of their past and current research, and to describe their future research plans and interests. (Use the following naming convention for the file: research_stmt_<lastname>_<firstname>*.pdf)
- Two letters of recommendation from professors or industry researchers who can evaluate the applicant's scientific aptitude and potential for research. In order to preserve confidentiality, authors may send letters of recommendation directly to NortonLifeLock. (Use the following naming convention for the file: recommendation_letter_<applicant_lastname>_<applicant_firstname>_<recommender_lastname>*.pdf)
**Application Dates and Process for the 2022 Fellowship**
- Fellowship applications, including resumes or CVs, personal statements of research, and letters of recommendation, must be received no later than 11:59pm on January 12, 2022, Pacific Time Zone. Please note that this deadline is firm and will not be extended.
- As part of the application process, some candidates may be contacted for telephone interviews.
- Final award decisions will be announced in February 2022.
- Applications and letters of recommendation can be sent to us via email: Norton_Labs@nortonlifelock.com
Please direct any additional questions about the Norton Labs Fellowship program to: Norton_Labs@nortonlifelock.com
The Center for Engineering MechanoBiology (CEMB) is launching a new fellowship program for STEM Master’s students enrolled at minority-serving institutions (MSIs) or emerging MSIs (URM population of >15%) who have a strong interest in conducting research and pursuing a PhD upon graduation. The goal of this fellowship program is to increase the number of underrepresented minorities pursuing graduate degrees in STEM-related fields. Additionally, we hope to build stronger relationships with MSI institutions and faculty through collaborative research projects. Accepted fellows will conduct a collaborative thesis project with faculty from their home institution and the CEMB. In the summer after their first year, fellows will conduct research in the CEMB collaborator’s lab, and then continue their work during the second year of their master’s program. The program will also offer monthly mentoring and networking opportunities to prepare fellows for research, grad school applications, and the PhD path.
This is a great funding opportunity to support a master’s student in your lab: fellows will receive a 1-year stipend of approximately $31,600 and $10,000 in funds to support research at their home institution and travel to collaborating labs and conferences.
We strongly encourage faculty to recommend prospective and current master’s students for this fellowship. You can do so by emailing Annie Jeong (firstname.lastname@example.org) by November 30, 2021 with your nominations or to express interest in collaborating with a CEMB faculty member. Annie can help identify appropriate collaborators within CEMB and provide application instructions to prospective fellows.
Please share this opportunity with your colleagues and eligible students. I have included the student eligibility criteria below, and more information is available in the attached document and on our website.
Student Eligibility Criteria
Students that meet the following criteria are encourage to apply:
· Be currently enrolled or intend to enroll starting spring or fall 2022 in a full-time research-based master’s degree program at a minority-serving institution or emerging MSI.
· Have a GPA of 3.2 or higher
· Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
· Be a member of a group that is underrepresented in STEM graduate education (African Americans, American Indians including Native Alaskans, Hispanics and Native Pacific Islanders)
· Have a strong desire to enroll in a PhD program after their Master’s degree.
The Coordinated Community Review Team (CCRT), which is charged with preventing and responding to sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking, are seeking proposals for the second Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment (SVSH) Symposium event focused on bridging research, practice, and policy.
Please find the Call for Proposals for more details here: SVSH_Symposium_Call.pdf
Proposals are due Thursday, January 6, 2022 and the event will be held virtually in April 2022
Questions can be directed to email@example.com
Event Location: Zoom
The Science and Justice Research Center will host an Informational Meeting on our internationally recognized interdisciplinary Graduate Training and Certificate Program.
Our Science & Justice Training Program (SJTP) is a globally unique initiative that trains doctoral students to work across the disciplinary boundaries of the natural and social sciences, engineering, humanities and the arts. Through the SJTP we at UC Santa Cruz currently teach new generations of PhD students the skills of interdisciplinary collaboration, ethical deliberation, and public communication. Students in the program design collaborative research projects oriented around questions of science and justice. These research projects not only contribute to positive outcomes in the wider world, they also become the templates for new forms of problem-based and collaborative inquiry within and beyond the university.
As SJTP students graduate they take the skills and experience they gained in the training program into the next stage of their career in universities, industry, non-profits, and government.
Opportunities include graduate Certificate Program, experience organizing and hosting colloquia series about the research projects, mentorship, potential for additional research funding and training in conducting interdisciplinary research at the intersections of science and society.
WINTER 2022 COURSE:
Science & Justice: Experiments in Collaboration (SOCY/BME/FMST 268A and ANTH 267), Assist. Prof. James Doucet-Battle, scheduled tentatively Monday's 1:30-4:30pm (to be confirmed). Enrollment in the course is required for participating in the Training Program. Attending the informational meeting is strongly encouraged, but not required.
Students from all disciplines are encouraged to attend! Prior graduate fellows have come from every campus Division.
22 Represented Departments: Anthropology, Biomolecular Engineering, Digital Arts & New Media, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Education, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Feminist Studies, Film & Digital Media, History, History of Consciousness, Latin American & Latino Studies, Literature, Math, Philosophy, Physics, Politics, Psychology, Social Documentation, Sociology, and Visual Studies.
Past collaborative research projects have included:
- Physicists working with small scale farmers to develop solar greenhouses scaled to local farming needs.
- Colloquia about the social and political consequences of scientific uncertainties surrounding topics such as climate change research, food studies, genomics and identity.
- Examining how art can empower justice movements.
- Working with local publics to improve African fishery science.
The Fowler School of Engineering at Chapman University seeks to fill as many as 5 new faculty lines at the Assistant Professor level in any/all of the following areas: Computer Science, Data Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Software Engineering.
Over the School’s first 2.5 years of existence, we have been fortunate to recruit 15 amazing new colleagues from a wide range of backgrounds – from new PhDs to industry veterans. Fowler Engineering is dedicated to supporting faculty across a broad spectrum of experiences, motivations, ethnicities, identities, cultures, races, research agendas, teaching philosophies, and mindsets – provided they share our commitment to building a diverse and inclusive environment that values student-centered experiences.
The application links are provided here:
Tenure Track - https://academicjobsonline.
Non Tenure Track - https://academicjobsonline.
Furthermore, I encourage any prospective candidates to contact me directly should they have any questions regarding these positions, Fowler Engineering, or Chapman University.
We are hosting an Interactive Webinar on October 22nd at Noon pacific on “The Teacher-Scholar Experience at an R2 University”. This would be an outstanding way for prospective applicants to learn more about how things work at a university like Chapman. The registration info is in the attachment, or at the following link: https://tinyurl.com/52dwz396
The Computer Science department at RIT is hiring tenure-track faculty, please see the job description below.
The Department of Computer Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for full-time tenure-track assistant professor positions in all areas of computer science that strengthen our department. Successful applicants are expected to contribute to the scholarship of the department and college through externally funded research and through teaching and mentoring of BS, MS, and PhD students.
Apply online: https://careers.rit.
Please submit the following:
+ A cover letter addressing the required qualifications for this position.
+ A curriculum vitae.
+ A research statement.
+ A teaching statement.
+ A diversity statement.
+ The names and contact information of three references.
You can contact the search committee with questions on the position at: firstname.lastname@example.org. For guaranteed consideration, candidates should apply by December 1, 2021.
Required minimum qualifications:
+ PhD in computer science by the date of appointment.
+ Ongoing strong publication record and potential for obtaining external funding in an area of computer science that strengthens our department.
+ Commitment to and experience in teaching and mentoring BS, MS, and PhD students in computer science.
+ Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the RIT's continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.
+ Ability to communicate effectively in English.
Computer Science (https://cs.rit.edu) is the largest department at RIT. Our student-centered programs are home to nearly 1,400 students pursuing BS, MS, BS/MS, and PhD degrees. Student employment rates upon graduation are over 98%, often with leading technology companies. Our innovative problem-based introductory programming sequence has been continuously updated, in part through research projects funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The BS in Computer Science program at RIT is ranked 54th in the U.S. News and World Reports 2021 ranking of Best Undergraduate Computer Science Programs. We have enhanced our research presence while maintaining our commitment to excellence in student instruction. Our faculty publish in top-tier venues, and contribute to leading conferences and journals. Funded research is carried out in the areas of artificial intelligence, computing education, data science, distributed systems, graphics and visualization, pervasive computing, programming languages, security, and theory (https://rit.edu/computing/
The Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences is home to the departments of Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computing Security, School of Information, and the School of Interactive Games and Media. The college's PhD program in Computer and Information Sciences was ranked 68th in the U.S. News and World Reports 2021 ranking of Best Doctoral Computer Science Programs. The college has 140 faculty and more than 3,600 undergraduate and 950 graduate students. RIT is an interdisciplinary research hub, with research groups and communities encompassing a range of domain areas, including the Global Cybersecurity Institute (https://rit.edu/cybersecurity
For details, please see http://www.csueastbay.edu/oaa/
The Biology Department at St. Edward's University is currently looking for
a physiologist/neuroscientist to serve as a tenure-track assistant professor
beginning August 2022.
Lane department of computer science and electrical engineering (CSEE) at West Virginia University is looking to hire 4 new faculty members in the following specialty areas of interest, but are not limited to cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, software engineering, networking, computer systems and architecture, theoretical computer science, and biometrics. Additional information and application process is available at: https://wvu.taleo.net/
For further information, please contact Dr. Anurag Srivastava, Chair of the Lane Department, by e-mail (email@example.com.
UMBC's Department of Information Systems is recruiting for an open-rank Tenure-Track faculty position.
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University in Pullman, WA invites applications for multiple permanent full-time tenured/tenure-track faculty positions in Computer Science and Engineering at the assistant/associate/full professor level.
Although all areas of computer science and computer engineering will be considered, research emphasis will be on the following areas:
- artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML)
- computer systems (e.g., operating and/or storage systems) and security,
- computer architecture with emphasis on emerging application workloads such as ML and edge AI.
WSU is ranked Top-20 as per CSRankings.org in several areas including electronic design automation and high-performance computing, and these positions are intended to build on these strengths. The new faculty will have numerous collaboration opportunities with the newly established NSF-USDA AI Institute for Agriculture, DoD Cybersecurity Institute, and PNNL-WSU Advanced Grid Institute.
The job duties of successful candidates at all levels include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in computer science; conducting funded research; publishing in top-tier venues; directing M.S. and Ph.D. student research programs; participating in the continuous teaching assessment activities of the School of EECS; effectively communicating and interacting with students; and collaborating with others within the School, the University, or other organizations including regional partners such as the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
To apply, visit the site here.
Application review begins November 15, 2021. It is anticipated that successful candidates will begin their appointment on August 15, 2022.
We're looking for CS/CE BS/MS/PhD graduate candidates from CS/CE dept. of UCSC for a possible full-time opportunity in our group at Intel Corp. The locations would be Hillsboro OR or Folsom CA, with adequate room for remote work until the ongoing pandemic.
If interested, send your resume with emphasis on courses, research and/or professional projects focusing around "(Advanced) OS internals" and "(Advanced) Computer architecture" to jagasia DOT mukesh AT gmail DOT com (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Candidates graduating in Fall 2021 and/or Spring 2022 are encouraged to apply for full time positions. We are interviewing candidates and need to fill around ~12 openings in my group in Folsom CA alone and we could balance overflow candidates in Hillsboro OR as well.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at California State University, Northridge have the following two tenure-track faculty positions open for Fall 2022:
(1) Tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Computer Engineering and Digital Systems - FLYER: Digital_Systems.pdf
(2) Tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Power/Energy Systems - FLYER: Power_Energy_Systems.pdf
Our school is experiencing tremendous growth as we plan to add 20 new tenured and tenure-track faculty positions in all ranks over the next few years. We are looking for top talents to join our drive for excellence.
For more information about the job opportunities, please visit: https://www.cis.fiu.edu/about/
The Computer Engineering department at San Jose State University, San Jose, California has two tenure track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor:
Multiple Tenure-track/Tenured and Endowed Positions in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) invites applications for at least three tenure-track/tenured Assistant or Associate Professors in (i) Security, (ii) Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, or Big Data, and (iii) Networked and Software Systems, and for (iv) one additional Endowed Full/Associate Professor in “Inclusive and Human-centered AI Systems” for a joint appointment with Electrical and Computer Engineering starting in Fall 2022. Review of applications will begin on Oct 10, 2021, application deadline will be Nov 30, 2021, and will continue until the positions are filled. See CS Department for information on the department and application instructions Job Description. Internationally recognized outstanding candidates at other levels and areas are also encouraged to apply. The successful candidates will also need to have the ability to work with and be sensitive to the educational necessities of a diverse urban population and be committed to advancing the University’s mission as a Hispanic-Serving Institution. UTSA, a Hispanic Serving Institution, is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Multiple Lecturer, Professor of Practice or Professor of Instruction Positions
The Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) invites applications for at least 3 open-rank Lecturer, Professor of Practice or Professor of Instruction for Spring 2022 in all areas of Computer Science. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. See CS Department information on the department and application instructions Job Description.
If you need more information about the position, feel free to reach out to the Computer Science Department CS@utsa.edu.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University is pleased to announce openings for multiple positions at our College Station and Galveston campuses.
College Station: CSE_CollegeStation.pdf
We are aiming to hire 2 Assistant Professors for the Academic Year 2022/23, in the areas of Data Science, ML/AI, and Programming Languages. The application deadline for full consideration is Nov. 30, 2021. Details of the position announcement and application steps may be found here.
We are looking for prospective faculty with a high aptitude and interest in undergraduate teaching, a commitment to the liberal arts, a promise of scholarly excellence, and a desire to engage undergraduates in scholarship and professional activities. If you know of any graduating (or recently graduated) PhD students with a strong interest in teaching computer science at the undergraduate level, please see the job opportunity here.
Kalamazoo has several features that might attract new faculty: an inclusive, supportive pedagogical environment, interesting and engaged students, a curriculum that supports student internships, service learning, and study abroad, location in the city of Kalamazoo with its surprising array of cultural activities (many liberal arts colleges are relatively isolated in small towns), Western Michigan University virtually across the street, and many opportunities for outdoor activities across all four seasons.
The full job ad is available online at https://www.kzoo.edu/search/
We are hiring a tenure-track assistant professor in computer engineering, with a starting date of August 2022. Our computer engineering program is relatively young and has just been ABET-accredited in 2018. We are looking for an energetic teacher-scholar and a passionate educator to join our computer engineering program and help build it into a powerhouse within the CSUs.
You may apply using the link below and you can reach out to me (Kwok Siong Teh) directly at email@example.com to further discuss the opportunity. I am more than happy to answer any questions about the position and career at SFSU.
Computer Engineering Faculty Job Link:
The CS Dept at U.S. Naval Academy has a tenure-track opening. The position is a nice mix of teaching and research,. The ideal candidate would be someone who could contribute to the existing CS major or help build a brand new major in Data Science.
The ad with all the details is at https://www.usna.edu/HRO/
The position is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Digital Studies. We're looking for someone with experience in digital media production, and when we say "digital media" we're open-minded about which specific media someone has experience in.
The official ad is on our HR website here:
But the version in the MLA job list is more detailed:
The Department of Computer Science at California State University, Los Angeles is recruiting two Tenure Track Assistant Professors to begin Fall 2022. Applicants must have an earned Ph.D. in Computer Science (or closely related field) from an accredited institution (or equivalent) by the start date of their appointment. Applicants must have a strong primary commitment to excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level.
We are looking for candidates with expertise in any of a number of areas including Cloud computing and IoT; Computer Science Education and Assessment; Cybersecurity and Privacy; Robotics and Autonomous Systems; Software Engineering and Programming Languages.
The Department offers programs leading to B.S and M.S. in Computer Science. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. We are a collegial department with a wide range of interests, and a strong senior project program in partnership with local industry and government clients. Our students primarily come from the Los Angeles region, the majority are in their family’s first generation to attend college, and they are deeply committed to strengthening their communities. Our faculty are committed to research and teaching in a supportive atmosphere that helps students prepare for professional careers.
California State University, Los Angeles (Cal State LA) is one of 23 campuses within the California State University system. The University is the premier comprehensive public university in the heart of Los Angeles. Cal State LA is ranked number one in the U.S. for the upward mobility of its students, and is dedicated to engagement, service, and the public good. We offer nationally recognized programs in science, the arts, business, criminal justice, engineering, nursing, education, ethnic studies, and the humanities. Our faculty have a strong commitment to scholarship, research, creative pursuits, community engagement, and service.
For more information, see the position announcement at https://www.calstatela.edu/