Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science
The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), Penn State
Brandywine campus invites applications for an Assistant or
Associate Professor of Computer Science to begin August 2022. This
is a tenure-line position and will be a shared position with the
Penn State Beaver and Penn State Hazleton campuses. The faculty's
home campus will be Penn State Brandywine.
This faculty position will serve as Professor in Charge of the
Computer Science Program consortium, across the Penn State
Brandywine, Beaver and Hazleton campuses, teach lower and upper
division classes using traditional, hybrid, and on-line delivery
- Publishing research in refereed journals
- Participating in professional organizations
- Engaging in scholarly activities to stay current in the
- Participating in course, curriculum, and program
- Advising students, providing career guidance, and supervising
undergraduate research projects Participating in campus,
university, and community service activities
Some of the required teaching is in introductory and intermediate
undergraduate courses in the area of computer science and computer
engineering using traditional, hybrid and online delivery methods.
Teaching assignments might include courses in object-oriented
programming, systems programming, computer organization and design,
theory of computation, operating systems design, programming
languages, and electives in the instructor's area of
Requirements: The minimum requirement for this position to be
filled as an Assistant Professor is a Ph.D. in Computer
Science/Computer Engineering, or closely related fields with at
least 4 years of Assistant Professorship experience. The minimum
requirement for this position to be filled as an Associate
Professor is a Ph.D. in Computer Science/Computer Engineering, or
closely related fields and evidence of research and publications in
the area of artificial intelligence or a closely related field is
Additional preferences for either rank include:
- Evidence of commitment to and interest in active and
- Instructional use of technology, experience in hybrid course
- Evidence of experience in multidisciplinary
- Demonstrated commitment to and ability/training in successfully
advocating for diversity and values of diversity
A successful hire will demonstrate a commitment to and experience
in high-quality instruction in a student-centered environment and
advocacy for diversity and values of inclusion. Teaching
assignments may require teaching day, evening and/or weekend
classes as needed.
This position requires successful completion of standard background
checks in accordance with University policies.
For full consideration, applicants are required to submit a cover
letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, and diversity
statement that details how their teaching, service and/or
scholarship has supported the success of students from diverse
and/or underrepresented backgrounds (applicants who have not yet
had the opportunity for such experiences should note their plans
for such work) as a single PDF document; other information
pertinent to the position may also be included. Finalists will be
asked to submit a list of three references.
Application review begins immediately and continues until a
suitable candidate is found.
Penn State is committed to and accountable for advancing diversity,
equity, and inclusion in all of its forms. We embrace individual
uniqueness, foster a culture of inclusion that supports both broad
and specific diversity initiatives, leverage the educational and
institutional benefits of diversity, and engage all individuals to
help them thrive. We value inclusion as a core strength and an
essential element of our public service mission.
Founded in 1855, The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) is
a premier, world class research university. Granted “very high
activity” classification for “research universities” by the
Carnegie Foundation, Penn State is the Commonwealth's only
land-grant institution and a driver of economic growth and
innovation. With a $6.5 billion annual operating budget, Penn State
enrolls over 90,000 students in one University, 24 campuses and
online. Penn State Brandywine - a thriving residential campus - is
located on 112 acres, 20 miles west of center city Philadelphia.
Penn State Brandywine's principal strengths are excellent teaching
and research, a diverse study body, athletics, business and civic
partnerships, and new Center for Ethics and Civic Engagement. Penn
State Brandywine's 100,000+ alumni are part of Penn State's
world-wide 670,000+ alumni network.
Penn State Brandywine's core mission is to: Provide an
undergraduate education among the arts, sciences, and professional
fields to a highly diverse student population from Greater
Philadelphia and beyond.
Penn State Brandywine offers a challenging and rewarding college
experience, combining a small-campus environment with the extensive
resources of a world-class public research university.
Penn State Brandywine empowers students to fulfill their potential
and prepares them for meaningful careers and lives as engaged
For more information about the campus, visit http://brandywine.psu.edu
Inquiries about the position should be addressed to Dr. Wiebke
Strehl, Director of Academic Affairs, Penn State Brandywine.
E-mail: email@example.com. Telephone: (610) 892-1411.
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