Assistant Professor of Climate and Computer Science

Harvey Mudd College
Computer Science

Harvey Mudd College invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning fall 2023.  Exceptional candidates at higher ranks will also be considered. The position is jointly held through the Hixon Center for Climate and the Environment (HCCE) and the Department of Computer Science. All areas in computer science that align with the HCCE goals will be considered, with preference given to candidates who can significantly contribute to our course offerings and build a shared vision for climate and environmental studies at a liberal arts college of science and engineering.

Harvey Mudd College is a highly selective liberal arts college of science, engineering and mathematics. It is located in Claremont, CA, which is approximately 35 miles east of Los Angeles, at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains. The college enrolls about 900 students, almost all of whom live on campus, and is a member of the Claremont Colleges, which comprises five undergraduate colleges, the Claremont Graduate University, and the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences. Harvey Mudd College is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the recruitment of candidates that are historically underrepresented on college faculties.

The Hixon Center for the Climate and the Environment is a new and fully funded campus initiative designed to be an interdisciplinary home for all campus efforts related to climate, sustainability, and environmental studies, including curricular programming, collaborative research, and connections to off campus partners. The Hixon Center is developing a leading undergraduate climate program that is forward-looking, technically broad, and aligned with the mission ( of Harvey Mudd College.

The Computer Science Department currently serves three major programs—the computer science major, the joint major in computer science and mathematics, and the joint major in mathematical and computational biology—totaling more than 120 students in each graduating class. By Fall 2023, the department expects to serve two additional major programs—a new joint major in computer science and physics as well a new joint major in climate and computer science, which will be jointly staffed by the HCCE and Computer Science Department. Among the department’s strengths are its success in recruiting women (who compose about half of both our faculty and our majors) to computer science, an innovative and rigorous curriculum that prepares students for both employment and graduate school, and an active research program that involves a substantial number of undergraduates.

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Harvey Mudd College is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to providing a workplace free of discrimination, harassment, and disrespectful or other unprofessional conduct