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UWG Commitment Statement
Dedicating ourselves to the curation of a first-choice university.
We welcome you to join our community of computing faculty who build first-choice academic and research programs.
Recently created in 2021, the new Department of Computing and Mathematics houses exciting, relevant, and cutting-edge academic programs and research connecting students to the latest in technology. The faculty are future focused, approachable, diverse, and are dedicated to preparing the next generation of mathematicians, statisticians, computing professionals, and technology entrepreneurs for successful careers.
The department offers the following range of programs which focus on the latest tools and techniques:
New (Fall 2022) BS and Nexus in Computing degrees with specializations in Cybersecurity, System and Network Administration, and Application Development;A BS in Computer Science degree which is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org;A MS in Applied Computer Science degree;Undergraduate certificate in Data Science embedded within the BS in Computer Science or BS in Mathematics degrees.
The department is housed within the modern Technology Learning Center building which hascomputing classrooms and labs that have up-to-date computing technology and industry standard software and tools where students learn to Code
. Create. Collaborate
. Additional details about the Computing program, its faculty and facilities can be found here: https://www.westga.edu/academics/art-culture-science/computing-math/computing
The department is hiring multiple positions at open ranks to meet growth and innovation needs at UWG. We seek full-time (lecturer, senior lecturer, assistant, and associate professor) and part-time adjunct faculty to begin August 2022.
All applicants are considered, with particular interest in faculty with expertise in cybersecurity; system and network administration; application, mobile, game or web development; database theory and management; data science; or human-computer interaction.
Candidates will teach face to face, hybrid, or online courses. Candidates possessing a PhD will have the opportunity to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
We are interested in candidates with a commitment to excellence in teaching and student engagement and a desire to embrace innovative methods in teaching and learning. Additional expectations include professional development and scholarly activity, and service to the department, college, and UWG community.
Candidates will work with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds and have a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for all students regardless of background.
UWG embraces diversity and inclusion, recognizing the valuable contributions of each member of our faculty, staff, and student body. Therefore, applicants should describe in their letter of application how their teaching and student engagement contributes to diverse communities.
Adjunct, Lecturer, and Senior Lecturer
- Masters or PhD in Computer Science, Information Technology or closely-related field from an accredited institution.
Assistant or Associate Professor
- PhD in Computer Science, Information Technology or closely-related field from an accredited institution.
- Candidates nearing completion of their doctoral (ABD) will be considered, but must provide proof that the doctoral degree is completed prior to the start of a tenure-track appointment.
- Tenure-track candidates must be dedicated to continued professional development and scholarly activity.
- Experience with both face-to-face and online teaching
- A record of accomplishments in working with diverse populations of students
Salary will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. Startup packages will support tenure-track faculty as they build robust, funded research programs.
Required Documents to Attach
Letter of ApplicationCurriculum Vitae Unofficial transcripts for all earned degrees
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
- Have a strong commitment to teaching excellence and student success and active service
- Ability to communicate and proficent use of English language
Apply Before Date
Review of applications begins immediately, and multiple positions are available contingent upon enrollment and funding. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.
Contact Information Questions may be addressed to Dr. Duane Yoder, Chair of the Department of Computing and Mathematics, [email protected]
Equal Employment Opportunity
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