Lecturer in Computer Science at Rochester Institute of Technology
The Department of Computer Science at the Rochester Institute of
Technology invites applications for a Lecturer position in computer
Lecturers contribute to the academic mission of the Computer Science Department and will be responsible for course preparations, formal classroom and lab teaching, new lecture and lab course development in the areas of introductory and core Computer Science. Lecturers will also be responsible for student mentoring and contributing to the advancement of the Department through service assignments. A Lecturer will engage in professional growth through activities such as further study, writing, lecturing, and active participation in professional societies.
We are seeking individuals with an ability and interest in contributing to a community committed to student centeredness; professional development and scholarship; integrity and ethics; respect, diversity and pluralism; innovation and flexibility; and teamwork and collaboration. Select to view links to RIT’s core values, honor code, and statement of diversity.
The College: The B. Thomas Golisano
College of Computing and Information Sciences is the largest of
RIT’s nine colleges, and has an enrollment of over 3100
undergraduate students and 850 graduate students. The college, with
over 140 faculty members, is housed in a modern facility equipped
with numerous teaching and research laboratories. The college is
home to the departments of Computer Science, Computing Security,
Information Sciences and Technologies, Software Engineering, the
School of Interactive Games and Media and a college-wide PhD
program, providing many opportunities for cooperation and research
collaboration within and beyond the college.
The Department: Computer Science (http://cs.rit.edu) is the largest department at RIT. Our student-centered programs are home to over 1,200 students pursuing BS, MS, BS/MS, and PhD degrees. Student employment rates upon graduation are over 98%, often with leading technology companies. Our innovative problem-based introductory programming sequence has been continuously updated, in part through research projects funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
We have enhanced our research presence while maintaining our commitment to excellence in student instruction. Our faculty publish in top-tier venues, and contribute to leading conferences and journals. Research is carried out in the areas of artificial intelligence, computing education, data science, distributed systems, graphics and visualization, pervasive computing, programming languages, security, and theory. Students at all levels participate in research projects, including through NSF-sponsored undergraduate research programs. Our PhD students have made meaningful contributions to their respective areas, and gone on to secure good positions in industry and academia. Faculty are encouraged to develop new courses and teach in their area of interest and have a low teaching load with capped class sizes.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position has been filled.
Required Application Documents :
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae or Resume
- List of References
- Statement of Teaching Philosophy