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[theory-seminar] Fw: Lecturer position at Brown
ofirgeri at stanford.edu
Fri Aug 23 23:30:51 PDT 2019
Forwarding in case it's relevant for some of you.
From: agrawala-group <agrawala-group-bounces at lists.stanford.edu> on behalf of Maneesh Agrawala <maneesh at cs.stanford.edu>
Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2019 3:04 PM
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Subject: [agrawala-group] [graphics-lab] Fwd: Lecturer position at Brown
If you are close to graduating this opportunity at Brown is worth a look. They are a fantastic department.
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From: Daniel Ritchie <daniel_ritchie at brown.edu<mailto:daniel_ritchie at brown.edu>>
Subject: Lecturer position at Brown
Date: August 22, 2019 at 2:50:11 PM PDT
To: maneesh at cs.stanford.edu<mailto:maneesh at cs.stanford.edu>
Just wanted to let you know about a new opening we're hiring for here at Brown, in case you know of any soon-to-be-graduating students who might be interested:
As part of a massive expansion effort in the department (increasing the faculty roster by ~50% over the next ~5 years), we'll be hiring one or more Lecturers. The way we define this position is quite different from how it's typically envisioned, though. While the teaching load is fairly standard (two courses per semester), we are not looking for someone to "just teach intro CS courses." Rather, we are specifically looking to hire people who can (and want to!) teach discipline-specific upper-level courses, as well as be actively involved in research projects (with the possibility of course releases/buy-outs).
If you know of any graduating students who are leaning toward teaching-focused positions, but who also want to stay involved in research, could you pass this along to them?
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