The Machine Learning Department (MLD) in the School of Computer
Science (SCS) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) invites
applications for our Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship. This is a
one-year position, beginning Fall 2023, with the possibility of
renewal for a second year.
We seek PhD graduates with deep understanding of machine learning,
data science, and computer science, with a demonstrated interest in
teaching, and who aim to gain teaching experience. The Machine
Learning Department is uniquely situated to offer both introductory
and advanced courses in machine learning. The department’s course
offerings draw students at all levels including undergraduates,
Master’s, and PhD students, both from within the School of Computer
Science and from other disciplines. The individual filling this
position will have the opportunity to teach or co-teach lecture
courses and to work with faculty to continue developing our
curriculum in the rapidly advancing field of machine
We also particularly encourage applications from candidates who
have a demonstrated track record in tutoring, mentoring, and
nurturing female and underrepresented minority students.
Candidates may start in either the Fall or the Spring. Initial
review will be performed on applications received by March 1st, but
applications will be considered year round.
For any questions regarding applications, please email
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