Multiple Information Systems VAP/Instructor Positions
Information Systems & Analytics: Multiple Visiting Assistant Professor or Instructor positions to teach a full time load of Introductory Information Systems or Introductory Programming/Computational Thinking courses; advise students. The Computational Thinking course is part of the required First-Year Integrated Core (FYIC) curriculum for all Farmer School of Business majors. The FYIC is a four-course block that teaches students critical skills such as critical, creative, computational & ethical thinking as well as coding, communication, and collaboration. The FYIC instructor will be a part of a faculty who work together as a team to integrate these key skills across all four FYIC classes (Foundations of Business; Foundations of Business Communication; Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Thinking; and Introduction to Computational Thinking for Business). For more information on the FYIC, please visit: http://miamioh.edu/fsb/academics/fyic/index.html.
Require: PhD (in Information Systems or related field) for appointment as a Visiting Assistant Professor, Master’s Degree (in Information Systems or related field) and industry experience for appointment as an Instructor; willingness and ability to teach introductory courses in Information Systems or programming/computational thinking to business students.
Desire: Demonstrated teaching effectiveness; business experience in Information Systems; graduate degree from a business school.
Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae and evidence of teaching effectiveness to https://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=5497. Inquiries may be directed to Belinda Cross at firstname.lastname@example.org. Screening of applications will begin April 23, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.
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