Computer Science Adjunct Faculty (part time)
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
The UMBC Computer Science and Electrical Engineering department seeks part-time adjunct faculty and instructors for four undergraduate computer science courses in the SPring 2014 semester. We anticipate hiring additional adjuncts for Fall 2014 and welcome advance inquiries about that semester.
We need additional instructors in Spring 2014 for CMSC104 (Problem Solving and Computer Programming), CMSC304 (Ethical and Social Issues in Information Technology), CMSC313 (Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming), CMSC331 (Programming Languages), CMSC411 (Computer Architecture), CMSC441 (Algorithms) and CMSC443 (Cryptology). Information on the computer science program and its courses is available in the UMBC undergraduate catalog and on our web site. Additional information about the Fall semester schedule and courses is given below.
Applications should include: (1) a cover letter that emphasizes teaching and mentoring experience, indicates the courses you would be qualified and interested to teach (including those listed below as well as other classes you could teach in the future) and includes the names and contact information for at least two references (one may be a former student if you have previous teaching experience); (2) a resume; and (3) optional supplementary materials to demonstrate teaching ability (e.g., course materials, evaluations, etc.). Previous teaching experience is preferred but is *not* mandatory. However, applicants without prior teaching experience should emphasize other experience that may be relevant to assessing your potential as a teacher.
Interested applicants should submit application materials via Academic Jobs Online. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, and all qualified candidates will be kept on file for future semesters. Queries about the positions may also be directed to
UMBC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and is a recent recipient of a National Science Foundation ADVANCE award to promote hiring and advancement of women in science and engineering. We welcome applications from women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities.