The Department of Computer Science at the University of Northern Iowa invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position to begin August 2013. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a closely-related discipline. The department seeks candidates able to participate widely in the computer science curriculum. Candidates are expected to teach a range of undergraduate courses, build and sustain a research program that engages undergraduates, and advise and supervise undergraduate students.
Detailed information about the department and university are available on this site at http://www.cs.uni.edu/.
The University of Northern Iowa prides itself on putting "Students First" and has a reputation for providing exceptional undergraduate education, as well as complementary programs at the master's, specialist, and doctoral levels. Building on its historic excellence in teacher education, the university has developed outstanding programs in natural sciences, business, humanities and fine arts, and social and behavioral sciences.
One of three state universities, UNI enjoys national recognition for its high educational standards. "U.S. News and World Report" ranked UNI in the top three among Midwest public universities for 17 years.
The university's size -- just more than 12,200 students -- allows it to offer faculty, facilities and academic choices of a large university, while retaining a friendly, small-college atmosphere on a compact, park-like campus.
To apply, visit http://jobs.uni.edu/. Applications received by January 15, 2013, will be given full consideration. The department encourages applications from persons of color, women, persons living with disabilities, and veterans.
The University is an equal opportunity employer with a comprehensive plan for affirmative action. Pre-employment background checks are required. UNI is a smoke-free campus.
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