The Department of Human-Centered Computing at Indiana University's
Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at
Indianapolis invites applicants for a Lecturer appointment in the
online Human-Computer Interaction Program. Exceptional instructors
are being sought to join our fast-growing department.
This is a teaching-focused faculty position. The responsibilities
of the position include teaching online courses in the
Human-Computer Interaction Program, developing courses; help
setting program goals; developing and continually updating the
curriculum and training activities; contributing to the recruitment
and marketing of the program; interviewing, evaluating, and
advising students; engaging in scholarly activity; serving as a
member of the school and departmental committees; maintaining
current knowledge in the field through active participation in
professional organizations, collaboration, practice, and research;
and serving on professional committees. The appointment will begin
August 1, 2024.
For this position, relocation is optional as the position can be
in-person, remote, or hybrid-based.
About the Department of Human-Centered Computing
The Department of Human-Centered Computing (HCC) is home to a
dynamic and interdisciplinary group of 25 faculty members and over
800 students across its Media Arts & Science, Human-Computer
Interaction, Informatics, and Applied Data Science programs. The
Department offers a variety of degrees (B.S. to Ph.D.) across the
disciplines of Media Arts & Science, Human-Computer
Interaction, Applied Data Science, and Informatics. The faculty in
the department conduct groundbreaking, externally-funded (e.g.,
NSF, Google) research in a wide variety of areas, including
emerging media technologies, human-computer interaction design,
ubiquitous computing, accessibility, human-robot interaction and
android science, and healthcare user interfaces. HCC enjoys close
collaborations with the Department of BioHealth Informatics and
Computer Science within the school, the Regenstrief Institute, a
pioneering institution in healthcare information technologies, the
IU School of Medicine, IU School of Dentistry, Herron School of Art
+ Design, and the School of Sports, Tourism and Management.
For additional information about the Luddy School of Informatics,
Computing, and Engineering at Indianapolis, including degrees,
course descriptions, plans of study and faculty research, please
Review of applications will begin immediately; however, the
position will remain open until filled.
Requirements for this appointment include a Master's degree in HCI
or related fields. The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of
five years of industry experience in the HCI field, with at least
one year of management experience; ability to teach a broad range
of HCI undergraduate and graduate courses; comprehensive and
extensive knowledge and experience in HCI design and user research
methods and techniques; and a demonstrated ability to learn new HCI
methods and approaches.
Best consideration by January 2nd 2024.
Contact Andrew Miller email@example.com for more information.