Miami University Oxford , OH 45056
Information Systems & Analytics: Assistant Lecturer/Assistant Teaching Professor to teach and coordinate the Introduction to Computational Thinking course; advise students; provide service to the institution.
The Computational Thinking course is part of the required First-Year Integrated Core (FYIC) curriculum for all Farmer School of Business majors. The FYIC is a four-course block that teaches students vital skills such as critical, creative, computational, and ethical thinking; as well as coding, communication, and collaboration.
The FYIC course instructor and coordinator will be part of a faculty who work as a team to integrate these key skills across four FYIC classes (Foundations of Business; Foundations of Business Communication; Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Thinking; and Introduction to Computational Thinking for Business). For more information on the FYIC, please visit:
Teaching faculty in the Department of Information Systems and Analytics are effective educators and provide service to the department, division and the university in addition to serving our students.
Require: PhD (in Information Systems or related field) for appointment as an Assistant Teaching Professor, Masters Degree (in Information Systems or related field) and industry experience for appointment as an Assistant Lecturer.
While not required, additional consideration may be given to candidates with experience teaching logical thinking as an approach to problem solving through introductory programming logic concepts especially to business students; prior course or curriculum leadership responsibilities.
Submit cover letter and curriculum vitae to Department will request letters of recommendation at a later date. Inquires about the position can be directed to Douglas Havelka at . Screening of applications begins October 22, 2018 and continues until the position is filled.
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