Applications are invited for the Mark Stehlik Postdoctoral Teaching
Fellowship in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon
University. This is a high-profile, one-year position, beginning
Fall 2023, with a possibility of renewal for a second year. We seek
recent Ph.D. recipients in computer science or a related field with
a strong interest, and demonstrated promise in teaching, who would
like to gain teaching experience in a vibrant environment with a
dynamic curriculum and excellent students.
The School of Computer Science consists of 7 different
- Computational Biology Department (CBD) (Link
- Computer Science Department (CSD) (Link
- Human–Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) (link
- Software and Societal Systems Department (S3D) (Link
- Language Technologies Institute (LTI) (Link
- Machine Learning Department (MLD) (Link
- Robotics Institute (RI) (Link https://www.ri.cmu.edu/)
In order to receive full consideration for a Fall 2023 position,
please submit all application materials by May 19, 2023.
For questions please email:
We seek recent Ph.D. recipients in computer science or a related
field with a strong interest, and demonstrated promise in teaching,
who would like to gain teaching experience in a vibrant environment
with a dynamic curriculum and excellent students.
Candidates are considered across all departments. To apply
candidates should submit:
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
Carnegie Mellon University
- Cover letter
- The cover letter should indicate which department(s) the
candidate believes they would be a good fit for.
- NOTE: Candidates will need to have completed their Ph.D. before
they start the teaching fellowship.
- Statement of Teaching
- It is not expected that candidates have experience teaching,
but they should have a strong interest, and display some evidence
of promise in teaching. Additionally, candidates should explicitly
discuss which department(s) are a good fit for their preparation
- Broader Impact Statement
- Candidates should describe how they plan to support all
students, and particularly those from underrepresented backgrounds.
They may also wish to describe additional ways they would like to
support the learning of students beyond the traditional
- The names and email addresses of three or more individuals who
have been asked to provide letters of reference
- (Optional) Research Statement
- Note: the research statement is helpful but not required. This
is a teaching focused position, and candidates who feel that their
research experience will be something that can support their
teaching are welcomed to include a research statement.
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of 41 CFR §§ 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These
regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals
based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with
disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals
based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
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and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in
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