Faculty Positions at Dartmouth

Scot Drysdale scot at moosilauke.cs.dartmouth.edu
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                        DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

              Faculty Positions in Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science anticipates hiring one or more 
Assistant Professors of Computer Science.  We are particularly interested 
in candidates in the areas of algorithms, graphics, security, and databases.

The Department of Computer Science currently includes 14 tenure-track 
faculty members.  In addition, several faculty members in the Thayer 
School of Engineering and the Department of Mathematics have research 
interests related to computer science and hold joint or adjunct appointments 
in Computer Science.

Dartmouth College is a highly selective Ivy League university with 
approximately 4000 undergraduates and 1000 graduate students.  It combines 
the advantages of a small liberal arts college (small class size, excellent 
students, and close student-faculty interaction) with the research activities 
of a university.  As an indication of this dual commitment, research and 
teaching both count strongly in decisions on hiring, promotion, and tenure.

Persons interested should submit a curriculum vitae and a list of at least 
four references, at least one of whom can comment on teaching.  Review of 
the applications will begin immediately and will continue until the search 
is complete.  Please send application materials and general inquiries to 
Delia Mauceli, Computer Science Recruiting, Department of Computer Science, 
Dartmouth College, 6211 Sudikoff Laboratory, Hanover, NH 03755-3510. Specific 
questions can be referred to Scot Drysdale, at the same address or at the 
following email address (facapps at cs.dartmouth.edu).

Information on faculty and their research, facilities, graduate students, etc.
is available over the World Wide Web at URL http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu.

Dartmouth is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and encourages
applications from women and members of minority groups.

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