Loyola University Chicago (Department of Computer Science), located in the vibrant city of Chicago, is seeking qualified adjunct faculty members to join the department for the current semester (Spring 24). This part-time teaching opportunity offers a chance to contribute to the education of aspiring computer scientists and engage with cutting-edge topics in computer systems, requirements engineering, cybersecurity, and machine learning.
The Department of Computer Science is committed to providing students with a comprehensive and enriching educational experience. To accomplish this, we are looking for talented individuals who can cover intermediate to advanced courses in computer science on campus. As an adjunct faculty member, you will play a vital role in delivering high-quality instruction and facilitating student learning in a dynamic academic environment. If you have expertise in computer systems, requirements engineering, cybersecurity, machine learning, or related areas, we encourage you to apply. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about teaching and have a strong desire to share their knowledge and experience with students. While a PhD in Computer Science or closely-related fields is preferred, we also welcome applications from exceptional candidates with a Master's degree.
To express your interest in the position, please reach out to George K. Thiruvathukal, Chair of the Department of Computer Science, directly. We kindly request that interested candidates share their current curriculum vitae (CV) as part of their application. This requirement is essential for any adjunct appointment within our university, and we will only respond to direct messages accompanied by a CV.
At the Department of Computer Science, we value diversity and inclusivity within our faculty, staff, and student body. We encourage individuals from underrepresented groups to apply, as we strive to create a welcoming and inclusive learning environment that reflects the diverse nature of our society.
As an adjunct faculty member, you will have the opportunity to engage with motivated students, collaborate with esteemed colleagues, and contribute to the advancement of computer science education. Your expertise and dedication will help shape the next generation of computer scientists and equip them with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in a rapidly evolving technological landscape.
These positions are part-time opportunities and are in no way, shape, or form about permanent employment. Therefore, there is no sponsorship for work visas, and you must be eligible to work or be paid in the USA. In addition, priority is given to those based in Chicago, as the courses we need are primarily offered on-campus during the day or evening. Please make sure to address these points if you approach the opportunity.