The Jindal School of Management seeks to fill an open rank non-tenure-track faculty position (Senior Lecturer I, Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor or Clinical Professor) in the Information Systems area. Candidates will be expected to teach courses in areas related to big data, data science, cloud computing, visualization, natural language processing, IoT, ERP, healthcare and security in undergraduate and graduate programs. Candidates will be required to engage in service activities within the university and the profession. A doctoral degree is preferred, but those with relevant Masters degrees and appropriate industry experience will be considered at the application/interviewing stage. Appointment will be effective Fall 2019.
Preferred Education and Experience:
A doctoral degree is preferred, but those with relevant Master’s degrees and appropriate industry experience will be considered at the application/interviewing stage. Five years of relevant experience, including teaching and industry experience, for candidates with Master’s degrees.
1) The University of Texas at Dallas is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer (M/F/D/V).
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