tiple visiting positions at the rank of Assistant
Professor to begin Fall semester 2016.
Swarthmore College has a strong institutional
commitment to excellence through diversity and
inclusivity in its educational program and employment practices. The College actively seeks
and welcomes applications from candidates with
exceptional qualifications, particularly those
with demonstrated commitments to a more inclusive society and world.
Swarthmore College is a small, selective,
liberal arts college located 10 miles outside of
Philadelphia. The Computer Science Department
offers majors and minors at the undergraduate
Applicants must have teaching experience
and should be comfortable teaching a wide range
of courses at the introductory and intermediate level. Candidates should additionally have a
strong commitment to involving undergraduates
in their research. A Ph.D. in Computer Science at
or near the time of appointment is required.
For the tenure-track position, we are particularly interested in applicants whose areas will
complement and broaden our program, including theory and algorithms, programming languages, and systems areas. Strong applicants in
other areas will also be considered.
For the visiting position, strong applicants in
any area will be considered.
For the tenure-track position, priority will be
given to complete applications received by December 15. For the visiting position, priority will
be given to complete applications received by
February 15. Applications for both positions will
The CS Dept at Siena College invites applications
for 2 tenure-track positions beginning Sept 2016.
The positions require a PhD in CS, IS, or a related
area. Applicants must be committed to teaching
and research. Candidates with any areas of specialization are encouraged to apply. See www.siena.
edu/cssearch for complete details. The department
will begin reviewing applications on Feb 1, 2016.
Computer Science Department
The Department of Computer Science is currently accepting applications for a Lab Lecturer.
The Lab Lecturer position is full time during the
academic year (Fall and Spring semesters) with
summers off. The start date is January 11, 2016.
Swarthmore College has a strong institutional commitment to excellence through diversity and in its educational program and employment practices. The College actively seeks and
welcomes applications from candidates with exceptional qualifications, particularly those with
demonstrated commitments to a more inclusive
society and world.
Swarthmore College is a small, selective, liberal arts college located 10 miles outside of Philadelphia. The Computer Science Department offers
majors and minors at the undergraduate level.
The Lab Lecturer position is an Instructional
Staff position at the college. The responsibilities
of the position include, but are not limited to:
teaching lab sections of the introductory courses
in the Computer Science Department; working
with faculty to develop lab assignments for the
introductory courses; creating lab assignment
write-ups and documentation on tools used in
introductory labs; supporting faculty in creating
and setting up lab code examples, documenta-
tion, and software tools for lab work; lab grading
and coordinating student graders; and holding
regular office hours and helping students in the
lab during open lab hours. More information
about the Computer Science Department can be
found on our website at www.cs.swarthmore.edu.
A master’s degree or Ph.D. in computer sci-
ence or a related field with extensive computer
science background is required. Prior teaching
experience at the college level is preferred.
Applications should include a vita, teaching
statement, and two letters of reference that speak
to the candidate’s teaching ability.
Applications are being accepted online at
We will begin reviewing applications on November 9. Applications will continue to be accepted
until the position is filled.
Computer Science Department
Tenure Track and Visiting Positions
The Computer Science Department invites applications for one tenure-track position and mul-
Singapore NRF Fellowship 2017
The Singapore National Research Foundation (NRF) invites outstanding researchers in their early stage of research
careers to apply for the Singapore NRF Fellowship.
The Singapore NRF Fellowship offers:
• A five-year research grant of up to SGD 3 million (approximately USD 2. 4 million).
• Freedom to lead ground-breaking research in any discipline of science and
technology in a host institution of choice in Singapore.
The NRF Fellowship is open to all researchers (PhD holders) who are ready to lead
independent research in Singapore.
The Call is now open!
Apply online at https://rita.nrf.gov.sg
Closing Date: 23 February 2015, 3pm (GMT+ 8)
For further queries, email us at NRF_Fellowship@nrf.gov.sg
About the National Research Foundation, Prime Minister’s Office, Singapore
The National Research Foundation (NRF), set up on 1 January 2006, is a department within the Prime Minister’s Office. The NRF sets
the national direction for research and development (R&D) by developing policies, plans and strategies for research, innovation and
enterprise. It also funds strategic initiatives and builds up R&D capabilities by nurturing research talent. The NRF aims to transform
Singapore into a vibrant R&D hub that contributes towards a knowledge-intensive, innovative and entrepreneurial economy; and
make Singapore a magnet for excellence in science and innovation. For more information, please visit www.research.gov.sg.