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Visiting Position in Computer Science at Wellesley College

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Originally From: Panagiotis T. Metaxas <>

Wellesley College

Spring 2003 Visiting Assistant Professor Position

Application Deadline: November 15, 2002

The Wellesley College Computer Science Department seeks applicants for a one-semester full-time leave replacement at the Visiting Assistant Professor level for the Spring, 2003, semester. The projected teaching load for this position is two lecture sections and one laboratory section. Courses for which we seek instructors include Programming Languages (CS251) and Computer Architecture with Laboratory (CS340), though there is some flexibility in terms of which courses will be taught.

An application should include the following:

1. A curriculum vita;

2. A teaching statement;

3. A list of courses you are comfortable teaching. Please consult the list of courses at: Your list may include upper-level courses that are not currently taught in the Wellesley curriculum;

4. Two letters of recommendation, at least one of which must evaluate teaching skills. These should be sent to Wellesley directly from the recommenders.

All application materials should be sent to:

Franklyn Turbak, Chair
ATTN: Spring 2003 Position
Computer Science Department
Wellesley College
Wellesley, MA 02481
Phone: 781-283-3049
FAX: 781-283-3642

For full consideration, all application materials should arrive by November 15, 2002. After that time, applications will be considered only until the position is filled.

Wellesley College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action educational institution and employer; successful candidates must be able to work effectively in a culturally diverse environment. Applications from women, minorities, veterans, and candidates with disabilities are encouraged.

About the Wellesley College and the Computer Science Deparment:

Wellesley College is a highly selective private undergraduate liberal arts college for women that places heavy emphasis on excellence in teaching as well as research. In 2002, Wellesley was ranked as one of the top four liberal arts colleges in the nation by US News and World Report. One of the first liberal arts colleges to establish a separate Computer Science Department, Wellesley remains at the forefront of technological development, and was ranked in 2001 as the third "most wired" small college by Yahoo Internet Life. Located 13 miles west of Boston, Wellesley provides a unique combination of access to a major metropolitan center while retaining a sense of the country by its 500 acre campus, lake, and woodlands.

The Computer Science Department offers both a major and a minor in computer science and supports interdisciplinary programs in media arts and sciences, cognitive science, and neuroscience. The department's seven professors and three laboratory instructors teach a broad range of courses and conduct research using a wide variety of computing platforms (Linux, Macintosh, PC) and programming languages. Departmental resources include laboratories for hardware, multimedia, robotics, networking/security, and computer vision. Cross-registration programs with MIT, Babson, Brandeis, and Olin and proximity to other Boston-area universities and industries dramatically increase the curricular and research resources available to Wellesley's faculty, staff, and students. A four course per year teaching load, a pre-tenure sabbatical leave, and a large pool of intelligent, motivated students are among the factors allowing faculty to focus on both excellence in teaching and high quality in research. For more information about the department and the college, please visit

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