candidate’s promise as a teacher, may be sent
by 1/15/09 to: Computer Science Search – 997,
University of Puget Sound, 1500 North Warner
#1007, Tacoma, WA 98416-1007.
university of Rochester
Tenure Track Faculty Positions
The Department of Computer Science at the
University of Rochester invites applications for
tenure track faculty positions. We seek PhD level
candidates in networking, HCI, graphics, and/or
machine learning. In addition, we invite applications for a joint Computer Science/Electrical
and Computer Engineering position in computer
systems and circuits. For full job descriptions
and application procedures, see http://www.
university of south carolina
Faculty Position in Computer
Science and Engineering
Applications are invited for a tenure-track position with a research emphasis in signal processing and data mining as applied to biological and
ecological data. This is a tenure-track appointment in the Department of Computer Science
and Engineering with a joint appointment in the
School of the Environment. Candidates should
have a doctorate in computer science, computer
engineering, or a related discipline by fall 2009.
Candidates for assistant professor positions are
expected to have strong research potential as well
as an interest in teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate level. For those embarking on
their professional careers, department support
will include low teaching loads, competitive salary and generous start-up funds. Candidates for
associate or full professor positions must possess
an exceptional record of high-quality funded research, teaching, and scholarship. This position
is part of a cluster of interdisciplinary faculty hires
in the area of forecasting ecological responses to
climate change in coastal regions. Candidates
will be expected to form strong research collaborations with other hires in the cluster in geography, biology, and environmental science while
establishing a research record suitable for a position in Computer Science and Engineering.
The Department of Computer Science and
Engineering is in the College of Engineering and
Computing and offers bachelor’s, master’s, and
doctoral degrees. We have had twelve hires since
2000 among the current faculty of 21, and our
recent hires include seven CAREER award recipients. The University of South Carolina is located
in Columbia, South Carolina’s capital and technology center, and is the comprehensive graduate institution in the state, with an enrollment
of more than 25,000 students. For more information, see http://www.cse.sc.edu/.
Applicants should apply to the Chair of the
Search Committee, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208 or to clustersearch@cse.
sc.edu and clearly indicate the cluster search in
their cover letter. A curriculum vita, research and
teaching statement, and the names and addresses
of three references should be included. Applica-
tions will be accepted until the position is filled.
The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities
or decisions for qualified persons on the basis of
race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status.
university of texas at Dallas (utD)
Head of the Department of Computer Science
The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and
Computer Science at the University of Texas at
Dallas (UTD) invite nominations and applications for the position of Head of the Department
of Computer Science. Candidates for the position
must have a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science or
a related field.
Qualified candidates must have a demonstrated dedication to undergraduate and graduate
education, a strong record of scholarly and professional achievements, leadership and organizational skills and overall qualifications commensurate
with the rank of full professor in the Department.
The selected candidate will be responsible for recruiting new faculty in the Department, curriculum development and strengthening the educational and research programs in both traditional
and interdisciplinary areas, as well as areas capitalizing on existing strengths and excellence of
the Jonsson School of Engineering.
One of the largest departments of its kind in
the country, U TD’s Department of Computer Science features an internationally recognized faculty, nearly 1,500 students and a 150,000-square-
foot building with modern classrooms and
state-of-the-art laboratories. Areas of research
include cybersecurity, networking, embedded
software, programming languages and systems,
human language technology, software engineering, intelligent systems and theory. CS faculty and
students publish more than 350 research papers
annually. The CS Department includes multiple
NSF Career Award winners, and is one of only a
few departments in the U.S. offering B.S., M.S.
and Ph.D. degrees in software engineering.
The University of Texas at Dallas is situated in
Richardson, one of the most attractive suburbs
of the Dallas metropolitan area with several hundred high-tech companies within a few miles of
the campus, including Texas Instruments, Lock-heed Martin, Raytheon, Nortel Networks, Alcatel,
Ericsson, Hewlett-Packard, Samsung, Fujitsu,
Cisco Systems, EDS, Zyvex, and Intervoice. Opportunities for joint university-industry research
projects are excellent. The Erik Jonsson School
is experiencing a very rapid growth as part of a
$300 million program of funding from public and
private sources. As a result, the school is expanding its existing programs, recruiting outstanding
faculty and Ph.D. students, increasing funded
research, and establishing new programs. A $100
million state-of-the art building for interdisciplinary research in science and engineering was
For more information about the Jonsson
School of Engineering visit http://www.ecs.utdal-
las.edu or send e-mail to Dr. Bhavani Thurais-ingham, Chair ( email@example.com). The
search committee will begin evaluating applications as soon as they are received and will continue until the position is filled.
Applicants should mail their resume with a
list of at least three academic or professional references to:
Academic Search 7093
The University of Texas at Dallas
800 W. Campbell Rd., AD 42
Richardson, TX 75080-3021
Indication of gender and ethnic origin for affirmative action statistical purposes is requested as
part of the application process but is not required
for consideration. The University of Texas at Dallas is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer and strongly encourages applications from
candidates who would enhance the diversity of the
University’s faculty and administration.
university of texas at el Paso (uteP)
Chair, Department of Computer Science
Position Description: The University of Texas at
El Paso (UTEP) seeks a dynamic, visionary, and
personable Chair of the Department of Computer Science. In addition to CS degrees at the B.S.,
M.S., and Ph.D. levels, the Department hosts the
Masters of Information Technology (MIT) program and is an integral part of the Computational
Science M.S. and Ph.D. programs. UTEP has the
second-highest federal research funding in the
University of Texas System, and in 2007 CS led
the College of Engineering (engineering.utep.
edu) in research at UTEP, with over $7.3M in research funding. The successful candidate will
have a proven record of leadership in professional, research, or service environments; a strong
research record; administrative experience; and
an understanding and appreciation of curricular
development including assessment, educational
objectives, and the impacts of the maturation of
For more information and application procedures, see: http://cs.utep.edu/hiring.html or our
ad at: www.utep.edu/employment.
university of texas at san antonio
Faculty Positions in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at The
University of Texas at San Antonio invites applications for multiple tenure/tenure-track positions
at the Assistant, Associate or Professor level, starting Fall 2009. All areas of computer science will
be considered. We are particularly interested in
candidates in software engineering for one of the
Required qualifications: Applicants for an
Assistant Professor position must have earned a
Ph.D. prior to September 1, 2009, in Computer
Science or in a related field and must demonstrate a strong potential for excellence in research
Applicants for an Associate Professor position
must have a Ph.D. in Computer Science or related
field and should have an established research
program in their area of specialization.
Applicants for a Full Professor position must
have a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related
field and previous experience in graduate and
undergraduate teaching and academic program
development as well as a recognized and well-funded program of research.