Posting Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2013
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Drew University invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in computer science at the assistant or associate level, beginning September, 2014. We seek candidates who have breadth in the discipline and who are dedicated to teaching undergraduates in a liberal arts context. The successful candidate will teach five courses per year, and, in addition to excellent teaching, will be expected to maintain an active program of scholarship, broadly defined, and to contribute to the university community through committee service, student advising, collaboration across disciplines, and leadership for the computer science program. A Ph.D. in computer science or closely related discipline is required, and the successful applicant will engage undergraduates in research or software development.
Drew’s College of Liberal Arts is a selective, residential college with 1,750 undergraduates, 30 miles from New York City in picturesque Madison, New Jersey. Its 186-acre wooded campus is a short walk from the Madison train station, which offers direct service to New York City. Drew is known for small classes and close mentorship of students, and it supports faculty excellence in both teaching and research.
To apply, submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts, and a personal statement that describes how your teaching and research experience and expertise will support the particular requirements of Drew’s position. A complete application also requires three letters of reference, at least two of which specifically address your experience or potential for excellence in undergraduate teaching. Materials should be sent as PDF files to HR1013firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin December 16th. Applications received after that deadline will be considered if a suitable candidate has not been found.
In order to enrich education through diversity, Drew University is an AA/EOE. In accordance with Department of Homeland Security regulations, the successful applicant must be legally able to work in the United States.