Tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems at the Assistant Professor level. Primary responsibilities relate to teaching undergraduate Computer Science courses, including implementing effective teaching strategies and developing curriculum. Scholarly activity and university service are also expected.
General Duties & Responsibilities1. Teach a variety of undergraduate computer science courses. The teaching load is 24 semester credit hours per academic year, and this may include computer science courses for General Education students, Computer Science majors, and prospective Computer Science teachers.
2. Scholarly activity that results in peer-reviewed publications
3. Service to the university and department.
4. Curriculum assessment and development.
Required Qualifications1. Doctorate in Computer Science. Commitment to quality undergraduate education.
2. Strong evidence of excellence in teaching.
3. Good communication skills and the ability to interact positively with faculty, staff, and students.
4. Strong evidence of potential research/scholarly activity.
In accordance with Utah State Code 53B-1-110, appointment to this position is contingent upon the successful passing of a background check.
Full Time/Part Time: Full TimeMonths/year: 9
Tenure/Non-Tenure Track: Tenure-Track
Salary or Salary Range: $75,000 + depending on expereince
Posting Number: F1600136
Open Until Filled: Yes
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