This year's faculty search is closed.
A Message from the Dean
- About the School of Computing and Information
As the University of Pittsburgh’s newest school, the School of Computing and Information (SCI) is a growing interdisciplinary community of faculty, staff and students who are accustomed to progressing through change, thinking beyond boundaries, and innovating new approaches to lead our institution and nation to positive change. Since 2017, SCI has hired twenty-five faculty members and we are continuing our growth with multiple openings in the tenure stream this year.
We are fostering an equitable and inclusive community with our scholarship, education, and faculty development initiatives, including: policies to promote a healthy work-life balance; programs to meet the needs of two career couples, and a commitment to recruit, retain, and develop a diverse faculty.
SCI’s interdisciplinary research and education includes computer science, information science, and library and information science with rich connections to partners in health sciences, medicine, engineering, social sciences, humanities, business, and other areas.
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- About Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh is a vibrant hub of education, technology, and medicine, with many startups and established companies throughout the region. The region offers an exceptionally high quality of life, with low cost housing, excellent secondary schools, abundant outdoor activities, and rich cultural attractions well beyond other cities of its size.
For more information, check out Cool Pittsburgh by the University of Pittsburgh.
Human-Centered Information Systems
The Department of Informatics and Networked Systems (DINS) seeks to hire a tenure-stream assistant professor in the area of human-centered information systems, with a focus on supporting individual and societal activities with information technology and its ecosystems and/or investigating and developing technology to address social, ethical, security, and privacy concerns.
Digital Health, Health Technologies, and Health Information Services
The Department of Information Culture and Data Stewardship seeks a tenure-stream faculty member at the assistant professor level who can strengthen and expand the department’s scholarship and build cross-discipline collaborations within the School of Computing and Information and across the University.
Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things
The Department of Computer Science seeks a tenure-stream faculty member at the assistant professor level with research interests related to Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Internet of Things (IoT), both broadly defined.
Technology for Learning and Social Change
The School of Computing and Information is seeking an accomplished leader capable of building, leading, and growing a cluster of expertise dedicated to technology for learning and social change, with the explicit research agenda of advancing technology-oriented educational, social and racial justice.
Quantum Computing and Communications
The School of Computing and Information is seeking to hire an Assistant Professor who can work with the faculty in SCI in the areas of quantum computation, quantum networks and communication, quantum simulation, emulation of quantum computing, security and quantum communications/computing, quantum information science, or the impact of quantum technologies on society.