CSE is hiring for multiple long-term, career-oriented teaching
faculty positions. We are seeking passionate individuals to join
of teaching-focused faculty, and who will support our teaching
mission and further our goal of creating a diverse, inclusive, and
representative Computer Science community within our department
and in the field at large.
Teaching Faculty are typically responsible for 2 courses per
semester, sometimes 2 sections of the same course, with a mix of
introductory, core, and specialized upper-level courses based on
preference and expertise. Faculty often work in collaborative teams
when courses have multiple sections. Teaching faculty hold
leadership roles in designing the curriculum and structuring our
student experiences. We are seeking candidates who share our
equity-centered engineering, and who strive for continued
personal and professional
development in the areas of pedagogy, diversity, equity, and
Teaching faculty are active and engaged members of the
department faculty. They are involved in departmental service and
leadership, and many choose to be involved in scholarly research in
their own technical area or in computer science education (though
research is not required). A plethora of opportunities are
available to teaching faculty for
professional development, innovation, and research in
teaching and learning in CS.
Faculty are supported by
outstanding teaching assistants, who play a critical role in
instruction, student support,
building an inclusive environment, and course development.
Department-level course support staff assist with administrative
and logistic needs.
We will begin reviewing applications as soon as they are
received beginning October 1st, 2021, and continue throughout the
academic year. Positions may start as early as the Winter 2022
term. Initial appointments include a renewable 3-year contract.
Applicants will be evaluated based on demonstrated evidence of
excellent teaching, ability to positively impact and support
students, and commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive CS
community, as well as potential for growth and professional
development in these areas.
This position is covered under the collective bargaining
agreement between the U-M and the Lecturers Employee Organization,
AFL-CIO, which contains and settles all matters with respect to
wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of
Apply at https://cse.umich.edu/cse/jobs/
and direct questions to Dr. Andrew DeOrio firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a
cover letter, CV, teaching statement, DEI statement, research
statement (optional), three references, and teaching evals (if