Stevens Institute of Technology
Adjunct Professor in Machine Learning, Computer Science
The Schaeffer School of Engineering & Science’s Department of Computer Science is seeking candidates to serve as adjunct professors to support graduate-level courses, with special consideration related to Machine Learning.
Courses will be taught to a mix of full-time/part-time upper level undergraduate students and graduate students. Course delivery may be on-campus, in a hybrid mode to include campus and online students, or completely online. Primary responsibilities will be teaching course in the area of machine learning, artificial intelligence, deep learning, or natural language processing.
We are looking for teaching during the Fall 2019, Spring 2020, and Summer 2020 semesters. Salary is competitive and additional teaching opportunities in the department are available. To learn more about Computer Science at Stevens and the Machine Learning graduate program, please visit (website).
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Computer Science or related fields required. Previous teaching experience or 3-5 years industry experience in the subject area is required. Course development or authoring experience is strongly preferred.
Responsibilities: Include preparing and maintaining course syllabus, teaching assigned classes, attending all class sessions, grading and providing appropriate feedback to students, scheduling office hours (on-campus or online), completing all assessments requirements, perform course assessment, and attending at least one orientation meeting. You will also be required to provide your students and the department with a comprehensive syllabus before the start of the semester. The syllabus should include all course requirements, grading policy, assignments, expected exams and required reading. You will provide any textbook orders or other course material requirements well in advance of the first week of classes. Finally, you will be required to adhere to the policies as stated in the School of Engineering & Science and/or the WebCampus faculty handbook.
Applicants should be sure to include a cover letter, CV or resume, and names/contact information for three professional references.