The Department of Computer Science (CS) at North Carolina A&T State University invites applications for a non-tenure track teaching position of lecturer (requiring an MS) or teaching assistant professor (requiring a PhD) starting in Fall 2019. Primary responsibilities will include teaching core undergraduate CS courses and (for assistant professor only) core graduate CS courses, and there will also be opportunities to teach electives as well as to oversee teaching assistants and to mentor undergraduate and (for assistant professors only) graduate researchers.
A successful candidate will be encouraged to participate in research with significant impact on CS pedagogy and may have the opportunity to create and offer advanced undergraduate tracks and concentrations. Teaching faculty are expected to contribute to the departments efforts in scholarship and service and to help maintain the quality of learning outcomes by advancing the curriculum. They are expected to advise undergraduate and (assistant professors only) graduate students and to interact with the regional and national community.
A successful candidate must be student-centered and be an enthusiastic and inspiring teacher. Applicants for the teaching assistant professor position must have a PhD in CS. Applicant for the lecturer position must have at least an MS in Computer Science. M.S. in Computer Science; Five years of experience teaching computer science or related courses
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