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The job duties of successful candidates include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in computer science and global animal health; participating in the continuous teaching assessment activities of EECS; effectively communicating and interacting with students; collaborating with others within the Schools, the University, or other organizations; conducting funded research; publishing in top-tier venues; and advising M.S. and Ph.D. student research programs.
The ideal candidate will have recently earned a Ph.D. in a reputable program in computer science or a related field, have published promising work, and demonstrate a strong commitment to building a world-class research program in data science, with an emphasis on the analysis of large epidemiologic data sets, bioinformatics, or modeling for applications in medicine or global animal health. The ideal candidate will also have strong leadership potential, exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, a commitment to teaching excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and a commitment to diversifying the student body.
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Washington State University (WSU) in Pullman, WA is significantly expanding its computer science faculty with more than ten new positions. In order to build a world-class research program in data science, we hired two new faculty in the area during the past academic year. We now invite applications for five additional permanent full-time tenure-track faculty positions with a research emphasis in data science. We are particularly interested in building interdisciplinary collaboration with colleagues from across the WSU system in the university’s strategic priorities in Global Animal Health, Agriculture, Clean Technology, and Renewable Bioenergy. Furthermore, the university’s pursuit of a medical school on the Health Sciences campus in Spokane provides EECS faculty and students with excellent interdisciplinary and collaborative research and educational opportunities.
In this search, we seek to hire a faculty member at the rank of assistant professor to help build strong collaborations between EECS (The Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture) and the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health (Allen School, College of Veterinary Medicine). If appropriate, the candidate may have a joint appointment in both Schools.
New faculty hired for these positions will join 36 tenure-track faculty members in EECS and 21 faculty members in the Allen School. Both Schools have experienced rapid growth over the past three years. As of the fall of 2014, 900 undergraduate and 160 graduate students are enrolled in EECS. The Allen School focuses on graduate and post-doctoral education with primary support from the National Institutes of Health.
Washington State University is one of the nation’s top 60 public research universities according to U.S. News and World Report. WSU is among 96 public and private universities in America recognized with the “very high research activity” categorization, and among 119 national universities and colleges to earn the “community engagement” classification from the Carnegie Foundation. With a population of 31,000, Pullman is a quintessential college town—one of the top 10 in the nation according to MSN’s 2012 report on the “Best College Towns in North America.” Recognized by Bloomberg Businessweek as the “Best Place to Raise Kids” in Washington State, Pullman consistently boasts one of the top school districts in the state. Situated to the east of the Cascade Mountains, Pullman enjoys a dry four-season climate (21 inches of annual precipitation), with sunny, warm summers, relatively mild winters, and excellent access to outdoor recreational opportunities.
For more information about WSU, EECS and the Allen School, visit our pages at www.eecs.wsu.edu and www.globalhealth.wsu.edu.
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WSU is committed to excellence through diversity and faculty-friendly policy action, including partner accommodation and NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation programs (http://www.advance.wsu.edu/).
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