Assistant Professor – Computer Science Education
The Science Education Program and the Department of Computer Science at San José State University invite applications for an assistant professor, tenure-track position in any field of computer science education that complements an interdisciplinary group of scholars in the Science Education Program who are active in chemistry education research, physics education research, and the learning sciences.
They would also complement the Department of Computer Science, consisting of outstanding scholars active in research areas such as data science, machine learning, computer security, bioinformatics, and distributed computing. The Department of Computer Science strives to provide the highest quality education in Computer Science at the undergraduate and master levels, preparing them for the competitive computer industry and for Ph.D. studies. Degrees include: BS in Computer Science, BS in Software Engineering, MS in Computer Science, MS in Data Science, and MS in Bioinformatics.
The Science Education Program consists of a team of dedicated teacher-scholars recognized for their commitment to: 1) the preparation and ongoing support of justice-centered, socially responsive secondary science teachers, 2) the transformation of undergraduate science courses and student learning experiences, and 3) engaging in innovative science education research uniting the College of Science with the Lurie College of Education. An MA degree in Science Education is offered.
To apply, please visit: https://jobs.sjsu.edu/en-us/job/498559/assistant-professor-computer-science…
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