John Jay college of criminal Justice,
of the city university of new york,
Department of Mathematics
and Computer Science
Computing and Information Sciences Dept.
234 Nichols Hall, Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
The Department of Mathematics and Computer
Science, at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, of the City University of New York, invites
applications for tenure-track positions at the
assistant or associate levels to begin Fall 2009.
Successful candidates are expected to conduct
both research and teaching for the Department’s
Computer Information Systems major and a new
interdisciplinary M.S. degree program in Forensics Computing. The positions require a Ph.D. in
Computer Science or Mathematics. Candidates
from the areas of Computer Security, Information
Assurance, Cryptography, Databases, Distributed
Systems, Software Engineering and Compilers
are especially encouraged, but exceptional candidates in other areas will also be considered.
Responsibilities of the positions also include
conducting research that endeavors to secure external funding and a commitment to excellence
in teaching at all levels.
Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating the desired position, a Curriculum Vita, a
Research Statement, a Teaching Statement, three
recent publications, and three references to:
Prof. Samuel Graff, Co-Director of Forensics
Computing Master’s Program,
& Computer Science Department,
John Jay College of Criminal Justice,
445 West 59th Street,
New York, N Y 10019,
Electronic submission (pdf, ps, doc, or txt) is preferred. Review of applications commences January
1, 2009 and continues until the position is filled.
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and Information Sciences
The Department of Computing and Information Sciences seeks a dynamic individual for its
department head. The successful candidate will
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Ph.D. degree in Computer Science or in a closely
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To apply, email a cover letter, vita, and contact
information for four references to recruiting@
cis.ksu.edu or mail hard copy to:
David Schmidt, Chair, Department Head
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