The Department of Computer Science, in the College of Science at Utah State University, invites applications for up to two Assistant Professor positions at the Logan campus. This is an academic year (nine-month), tenure-track position. The relative weights assigned to domains of responsibility are 50% in research or creative endeavors, 40% in teaching, and 10% in service. The department is interested in strengthening and expanding its focus in Software Engineering, Security, Cloud Computing, Robotics, Human Computer Interaction, and Data Science, but strong applicants in other areas may be considered.
The anticipated start date is August 2021.
Applicants will be expected to create a research program that is consistently productive, sustainable, and nationally recognized for excellence. Applicants will also be expected to contribute effectively to the instructional mission of the university; the normal teaching load in the Computer Science Department is three semester-length courses per year, with a reduced teaching load (one course in fall semester and one course in spring semester) in the first two years.
Applicants will be expected to demonstrate effectiveness in service to the operations and governance of the University, to their professional societies, or to the outreach and extension mission of the University.
Along with the online application, please attach:
Application reviews will begin in middle January 2021. For more information, please contact:
Vicki Allan, Associate Professor
Search Committee Chair
Department of Computer Science
**Document size may not exceed 10 MB.**
Additional Document Submission Information
Please upload the cover letter, research statement and teaching statement into the candidate profile under “Other documents 1-10” Other documents may also include student evaluations, academic transcript, and diversity statement.
Each file should follow the naming convention:
CS_[applicant last name]_[3 letters of applicant first name]_file type
(for example, the cover letter for an applicant named John Smith should be named “CCS_Smith_Joh_CoverLetter”).
Employees typically work indoors and are protected from weather and/or contaminants, but not, necessarily, occasional temperature changes.
The Computer Science Department has approximately 600 undergraduate majors, 48 M.S. students, 22 Ph.D. students, 14 tenured and tenure-track faculty, and 4 teaching faculty. CS faculty’s research expertise falls in the following areas: Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Data Science, Software and Systems, Security, Algorithms, and Education. The department's BS degrees are accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc
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