The College of Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, a world leader in information and communication technology, has extended its global reach into Africa.
Offering master’s degrees to full-time resident students from across Africa at our base in Kigali, Rwanda, CMU-Africa is educating future leaders who will create
the technology and business innovations that will transform Africa.
We are seeking highly qualified faculty candidates at all levels, from new PhDs to senior personnel, to join our dynamic, world-class faculty in contributing to
the emerging knowledge-based economies across the continent. CMU-Africa faculty members collaborate with industry and deliver innovative, interdisciplinary
graduate teaching and research programs in the African context.
Carnegie Mellon is seeking exceptional candidates who can deliver innovative, interdisciplinary graduate programs in the following areas:
Applications in healthcare,
agriculture, finance and
and technology management
Mobile and cloud computing
Cyber-security and privacy
Internet of things
Candidates should possess a Ph.D. from a leading research university with a serious interest in both teaching and research in the context of opportunities in
Africa. We are particularly interested in applicants who have passion for a culturally diverse environment and who demonstrate a willingness to nurture the
inclusive Carnegie Mellon environment. We are actively committed to considering a diverse applicant pool in terms of gender, race, veteran status, and disability.
Carnegie Mellon University seeks to meet the needs of dual-career couples and is a member of the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) that assists
with dual-career searches.
Applications should include a comprehensive resume including a complete list of publications, 3-5 professional references, a statement of research and teaching
interests (less than 2 pages each), and copies of 2 research papers (journal or conference papers). We invite you to learn more about our program and the
exciting opportunities in the new Africa at www.cmu.edu/africa.
APPLICA TIONS SHOULD BE SENT TO: Director, Carnegie Mellon University-Africa, email: email@example.com
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING | FACULTY POSITIONS IN ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING IN AFRICA
at the department, college, university, and professional levels.
2. One non-tenure track Senior Lecturer position to start on January 16, 2018. Review date is
October 15, 2017. The candidate is expected to
teach a variety of courses primarily at the undergraduate level and serve at the department, college, and university levels. This non-tenure-line,
nine-month faculty position will have a contract
term not to exceed five years, subject to annual reappointment review, and renewable upon expiration of the initial term.
As a non-tenure line faculty member, the
candidate is not expected to engage in research,
external funding, or publications. However, collaborative participation with colleagues in such
activities as well as service, curriculum initiatives,
and conducting learning outcomes assessment,
can be considered in the annual evaluation.
Consult the department’s page at www.
cs.txstate.edu/employment/faculty/ for required
and preferred qualifications, application procedures, and information about the university and
Texas State University is committed to an
inclusive education and work environment that
provides equal opportunity and access to all qualified persons. Texas State, to the extent not in conflict with federal or state law, prohibits discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color,
national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, veterans’ status, sexual orientation, gender identity
or expression. Texas State University is a member
of The Texas State University System. Texas State
University is an EOE.
Texas Christian University
Assistant Professor Faculty Positions
The Department of Computer Science at Texas
Christian University (TCU) invites applications
for two tenure-track assistant professor positions
beginning Fall 2018. Applicants should have an
earned Ph.D. in Computer Science from an accredited institution, must have excellent verbal
and written communication skills, and a strong
commitment to both teaching and research.
Qualified applications are invited from candidates with specializations in all areas in computer science with a specialization in data analytics
being preferred for one of the positions.
Applicants for either position will be expected
to teach a wide variety of courses at the undergraduate level and should be willing to supervise undergraduate research projects. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate computing courses
in the Department’s programs in Computer Science
(COSC) and Computer Information Technology
(CITE) and advising and mentoring majors; conducting research and engagement in scholarship in
the applicant’s area of specialization. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
TCU uses an online application protocol administered by Human Resources. All application
materials: cover letter, curriculum vitae, representative publications, detailed research plans, a statement of teaching philosophy and interests must be
submitted electronically at https://tcu.igreentree.
com/CSS_Faculty/ CSSPage_Welcome.asp .
Three confidential letters of recommendation
should be emailed directly from the reviewer or
dossier service to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do not send documents directly to the Department.
Review of applications will begin immediately
and continue until both positions are filled.
TCU ( www.tcu.edu) is a private, coeducational
university within easy reach of many centers of
business and research located in the Dallas-Fort
Worth Metroplex (DFW). As an AA/EEO employer, TCU recruits, hires, and promotes qualified
persons in all job classifications without regard
to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression,
national origin, ethnic origin, disability, genetic
information, covered veteran status, or any other
basis protected by law.
Texas State University
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science invites applications for three faculty positions:
1. Two tenure-track Assistant Professor positions to start on September 1, 2018. Review date
is January 8, 2018. We are seeking candidates
to complement and enhance our research in
data analytics, human-computer interactions,
artificial intelligence, computer security and
networks, high-performance computing and
software engineering. Outstanding candidates
in other areas will also be considered. Job duties
include conducting research that results in refereed publications and external funding, teaching
effectively at the graduate and undergraduate
levels, supervising student research, and serving