University of North Texas
Computer Science and Engineering
The University of North Texas (UNT), a Tier 1 Research Institution (Carnegie Classification as a Doctoral University: Highest Research Activity), invites applications for multiple non-tenure-track faculty positions in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) starting Fall 2021.
Visiting Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor will teach undergraduate and graduate-level Computer Science and Engineering courses ranging from introductory and foundational level to more advanced and specialized topics. Additional expectations include curriculum development, participating in departmental activities, and providing career guidance to graduate and undergraduate students.
Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in computer science or a closely related field, with a strong preference for evidence of teaching experience. Exceptions may be given to candidates with extensive computing industry experience.
This appointment is a non-tenurable appointment for an initial term of one year, with further renewal possible.
The Computer Science and Engineering department is home to 9 Professors, 11 Associate Professors, 7 Assistant Professors, 5 Lecturers, over 100 Ph.D. students, over 180 master students, and over 1300 bachelor students. We offer a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering, M. S. degrees in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Cybersecurity and Data Engineering, ABET-accredited B. S. degrees in Computer Science and Computer Engineering, an ABET-accredited B. A. degree in Information Technology, and a new B. S. degree in Cybersecurity. Additional information about the department is available at the website: computerscience.engineering.unt.edu.
The committee will begin its review of applications immediately and continue to accept and review applications until the position is filled.
UNT is the nation’s 33rd largest public university and the largest, most comprehensive in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas of ~7 million people, ever-increasing industrial and business activities. The vibrant UNT College of Engineering has more than 100 faculty members. The college’s faculty also boasts two National Academy memberships and more than 20 faculty fellowships across more than 15 societies. The college has hired 9 tenure and tenure track faculty this year and plans to further expand the college faculty.