The Department of Graduate Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at Yeshiva University's Katz School of Science and Health is seeking a full-time faculty member to work in our STEM programs. Reporting to the Chair, this position will be responsible for the development of course syllabi; instruction, mentorship, and leading the development and coordination of STEM student capstone/internship projects; evaluation of course success and student learning outcomes; student recruitment and retention; and University, School, and Departmental committee service.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Develop and write syllabi for coursework taught in multiple programs, and teach students at the Department of Graduate CSE, in both lectures and laboratories.
- Advise STEM students.
- Manage and Coordinate STEM student capstone/internship projects.
- Participate in university and community service activities, as well as Katz School scholarship activities and projects.
- Collaborate and innovate with members of the Katz School faculty on interdisciplinary STEM and Health Science projects
- Participate in STEM program self-assessment projects, accreditation activities, student recruitment events, and retention initiatives.
Experience & Educational Background:
- At least an MS degree (Preferably a Ph.D. degree) in computer science, AI/machine learning, cybersecurity, or a related field. ABD candidates graduating before fall 2024 semester are eligible.
- Demonstrated expertise in both research and practice.
- Higher education teaching experience preferred.
- Strong Industry experience and network preferred.
Applicants must submit the following:
- Cover letter describing the applicant’s experience related to the required qualifications.
- CV, including publications and grants.
- Research Statement.
- Teaching Statement (a discussion of skills related to remote/online instruction is encouraged).
- Names and contact information for three references.
Located in the heart of New York City, Yeshiva University is a US News and World Report Top 100 University, having moved up the rankings in the last three consecutive years to number 67.
The Katz School of Science and Health is Yeshiva University’s flagship school for STEM. We are research scientists, tech builders and patient-centered clinicians working on problems that matter. We focus on industry sectors that are central to the modern economy: Artificial Intelligence, Biotechnology, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, Digital Media, and Fintech, as well as Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies and Speech-Language Pathology.
Katz School faculty take an interdisciplinary approach to research and education, fostering the creativity, collaborative thinking and builder mindset required to take on today’s toughest problems. Over the last five years, we have launched ten master’s and doctoral programs with 92% graduation rates, 100% licensure pass rates, 95% post-graduation employment in high-paying careers, and students and alumni from over 30 countries.
The Katz School is a close-knit community with a big network, nestled in the heart of a big city. We are global in reach, with faculty and students from across the United States and around the world—and also deeply embedded in New York City’s rich professional and social fabric. With a vibrant campus life and city at our fingertips, the Katz School is where bold, purpose-driven people come to create, connect and explore. Read about projects at Katz.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
Yeshiva University is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.