Faculty Position in Computer Science
Tennessee Technological University’s Department of Computer Science invites applicants for an open-rank tenure-track position.
Full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position begins August 1, 2024. Selected candidates will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in computer science, engage in scholarly activities, develop externally funded research programs, direct the research of students at the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. levels, serve on committees at the department, college and university levels, engage in professional and public service, and advise students on professionalism and career opportunities.
Screening of applications begins January 15, 2024; open until filled.
Complete summaries of all positions are available at https://jobs.tntech.edu. Applicants will be required to apply online and must electronically upload required information. Tennessee Tech University is an AA/ EEO employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, sex, disability, age (40 and over), status as a protected veteran, genetic information or any other category protected by federal or state law. Inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies should be directed to email@example.com.
Tennessee Tech’s Department of Computer Science has an ABET-accredited program in
Computer Science, 14 full-time faculty members, and approximately 750 students (670
undergraduate and 80 graduate in M.S. and Ph.D. programs). The department conducts
comprehensive teaching and research in both basic and applied aspects of computer
science. Research activities in the department are broadly categorized into Information
Assurance & Security, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, High Performance &
Distributed Computing, and Software Engineering. The department also has a close relationship
with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, with whom we partner to
deliver the Computer Engineering degree. The department has multiple funded research
programs from the National Science Foundation that are currently active and has multiple
collaborations across campus, with other colleges and universities, with local, statewide,
regional, and national corporations, and with Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Committed
to diversity, the Tennessee Tech Department of Computer Science founded the National
Women in Cybersecurity Conference (WiCyS), established the first cohort in Tennessee
of the NCWIT Aspiration Awards for High School, and has established several endowed
scholarships aimed at increasing access to women and underrepresented groups.