Lecturers in Discipline are officers who meet a programmatic need for instruction in specialized fields. The selected candidate/s may be expected to teach courses on Algorithms, Machine Learning, as well as the Capstone & Ethics course. Courses will be geared towards data science, at the graduate level, and the candidate/s will be responsible for advising students in Data Science Institute’s academic programs: Certification of Professional Achievement and/or Master of Science in Data Science. In addition to teaching and mentoring responsibilities, the selected candidate will assist the growth and development of future online and on-campus graduate degree programs within the Institute, as well as with executive education; ensure adequate linkage with industry and practical applications as part of the Capstone & Ethics course; and coordinating with the faculty in the Data Science Institute. Typical teaching load consists of two courses per semester.
Ph.D. or DES at time of appointment
Candidates for appointment must demonstrate practice expertise, professional competence and scholarship in Computer Science or closely related discipline. Candidates must hold a doctorate degree or its professional equivalent. The ideal candidate also possesses the ability to bring real world approaches, methods and technologies from industry to the School’s classrooms. In collaboration with the Institute’s Director of Strategic Programs, the incumbent will provide students with exposure to practitioners of outstanding professional achievement and leadership. The Department is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their teaching and/or service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.