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Bentley University is seeking to fill a tenure-track professor with a specialization in HCI and user experience for a position to start in Fall 2016. This individual would serve as a faculty member and researcher in Bentley's internationally renowned user experience graduate program.
The reputation of our graduate program is grounded in educating top performers in user experience research and design. Central to our students' success is the strong connections the program has forged with leading technology groups throughout the United States and internationally. We support that network with programs on our main campus, San Francisco and online. Further reinforcing this reputation is our well known User Experience Center; a research and consulting group contracting with tech organizations around the world. Similarly, in recent years we founded the User Experience Studio located in the heart of Boston's innovation district. The mission of the studio is to demonstrate the immediate value of UX research and design to the success of early-stage product organizations. Finally, most of our classes have research and design problems sponsored by major tech organizations. As a business university, our graduate program has a strong focus on the strategic role of the user experience in the competitive positioning of products in the marketplace and fostering continuous product innovation.
Candidates must have evidence of research ability and exceptional teaching. Candidates are encouraged to learn more about our department by visiting http://www.bentley.edu/graduate/ms-programs/hfid.
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