Tenure Track Faculty Positions

Applications are invited for multiple tenure-track Assistant Professor positions to begin August 2019. Applicants should have completed a PhD in Computer Science or closely related field by the time of appointment. Successful candidates should have a demonstrated potential for a strong research program in their areas of interest, as well as commitment to undergraduate and graduate education and student engagement.

The Department is interested in a wide range of research areas including security, AI, machine learning, software engineering, HCI, cloud computing, imaging, data management and analytics, high-performance computing, bioinformatics, and computer science education. Applicants with strong records in other areas may be considered.

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Katherine and Dickerson Wright Presidential Chair in Computer Science and Entrepreneurship

Wake Forest University, the Department of Computer Science, and the Center for Entrepreneurship seek candidates for an endowed Presidential Chair to begin in 2019, with the possibility of a multi-year appointment. This non-tenure track professorship, established by Katherine and Dickerson Wright, will be awarded to an outstanding candidate with current knowledge in computing applications and technology as well as expertise in technology entrepreneurship and venture creation.

The successful candidate will be a “technology evangelist” who is capable of engaging students and faculty from computer science and entrepreneurship, exposing them to the outside world, and complementing and enriching the strong liberal arts education provided at Wake Forest. Teaching experience in higher education would also be an asset to the candidate.

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Adjunct Faculty Positions

The department has several positions for adjunct faculty member. Applicants should have completed an M.S degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering or have significant experience in the field. Prior teaching experience is a plus. The ability to teach core computer science courses such as CS 1 and CS 2 is essential. For more information, you may contact the department chair at ps@wfu.edu.