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Multiple Tenure-Line Faculty Positions in Computing (24-25)

DePaul University
The Loop, IL
Closing date
Dec 1, 2023

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Multiple Tenure-Line Faculty Positions in Computing (24-25)
Full-time Faculty Positions

Full-time faculty positions will be posted on a per-opening basis. Postings are organized by college/school and department. Applicants will be evaluated at the college/school level for the position which they are submitting an application. Unless noted by a close date, positions will remain open until they are filled. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

Part-time Faculty Positions

DePaul University invites expressions of interest for a pool of qualified Part Time Faculty to teach courses in a variety of disciplines across all 10 colleges and schools. Individuals may enter expressions of interest by submitting their credentials to any posting for which they are qualified to teach. Postings are organized by college/school and department. Screening of individuals in the pool is ongoing, depending on curricular need and funding. Individuals will be contacted by the department if they reach the finalist stage for teaching a particular course or set of courses. The pool will remain in place until the closing date specified in the posting details; those interested in remaining in the pool beyond that time must resubmit. All individuals in the pool will be notified by email when the posting is closed.

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Posting Details
Job ID: 127061
Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor
College/School: Chicago, IL - Jarvis College of Computing & Digital Media
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The School of Computing at DePaul University invites applications for multiple tenure-track positions at the level of assistant or associate professor. We are particularly interested in candidates in core AI (e.g., AI foundation models, machine learning, natural language processing, responsible AI), cybersecurity (e.g., forensics, cloud security, usable security, human-centered cybersecurity), information systems (e.g., process modeling, enterprise cloud computing, BI systems), computer systems (e.g., cloud computing, virtualization, data-intensive systems), and software engineering: (e.g., software design and architecture, quality assurance and testing, software safety and security, agile and DevOps methodologies).

The School of Computing includes over 74 full-time faculty and more than 3,600 undergraduate and graduate students. We offer a PhD program, 12 master's degrees, and 9 bachelor's degrees. The School of Computing is committed to providing a flexible and supportive environment for its faculty, promoting a rewarding academic career with a balance between teaching and research. Located in the heart of Chicago's vibrant downtown, it offers vast opportunities to forge relationships with industry, national laboratories, universities, and other organizations in the Chicago area.

The School of Computing has several centers of excellence, including Big Data, Cloud Infrastructure, and High-Performance Computing; Visual Computing, Medical Informatics, and Bioinformatics; Web Intelligence and Recommender Systems; Computing Education; Interactive Machine Learning; Cybersecurity and Adversarial Machine Learning; Computational Geometry and Topology; Next Generation Networks; Rehabilitation Robotics; and Semantics. Over the last decade, the school faculty have secured more than $13.4M in NSF funding and consistently publish in selective conferences. The culture within the school emphasizes high-impact and high-quality research, rather than placing pressure on faculty to secure external funding or publish many papers. Nonetheless, the university provides extensive support for external funding, as well as a robust internal research grants program, including PhD stipends, graduate assistantships and course releases.

DePaul draws students of many backgrounds and cultures in a diverse urban setting. We are interested in recruiting and maintaining a diverse faculty. Members of all underrepresented groups, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are invited and encouraged to apply. DePaul University offers equal employment opportunities to all persons in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local EEO laws. Positions are contingent upon available budgetary resources.
Required Qualifications:
Applicants should have a PhD degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Computer or Electrical Engineering, or a related field.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Review of applications will begin on November 5, 2023 and continue until the positions are filled.

The application must include: a curriculum vitae; at least three letters of recommendation; a research statement, highlighting both current and future directions of research; a teaching statement; and a diversity statement, addressing the candidate's values, experiences and future plans concerning diversity, equity, and inclusion.

For more information, contact James Riely (
Applicant Documents Cover Letter(1)
Confidential Letter of Recommendation or Evaluation(3)
Research Statement(1)
Teaching Statement(1)
Diversity Statement(1)

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