Weisberg Div of Computer Science – MU2931
Tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science
The Weisberg Division of Computer Science at Marshall University seeks a candidate for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor.
The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate Computer Science courses. Advise and mentor students. Be actively engaged in research/scholarly, teaching, advising, professional development and service activities. Initiate a vigorous research program and publish scholarship in refereed journals. Apply for internal and external funding in support of teaching, research and professional service. Supervise student research. Participate in professional Activities, including meetings, workshops and other relevant activities including establishing appropriate relationships with industry. Participate in activities related to ABET accreditation. Normal responsibilities may include assisting the college Dean. These assignments range from working on special projects to developing and promoting interdisciplinary research programs, liaison with industry, and ABET accreditation and student recruitment activities across the academic department in the college.
Marshall University is composed of academic units that include the Colleges of Arts and Media; Business; Education and Professional Development; Information Technology and Engineering; Liberal Arts; Health Professions, and Science, as well as the Honors College; University College; the Graduate College; the School of Pharmacy; and the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
One of West Virginia’s first public institutions of higher education, Marshall University was founded as Marshall Academy in 1837 and named after Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Marshall (1755-1835).
The institution became Marshall College in 1858 and attained university status in 1961.