The Department of Tandon Online at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering invites applications for a part-time, non-tenured instructors, with a start date of September 1, 2022.
We invite applicants to teach one or more graduate courses. In particular, we presently seek instructors for the courses listed below.
Foundations of Computer Science (Discrete Math)
Design & Analysis of Algorithms I
Principles of Database Systems
Introduction to Operating Systems
Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Analysis
Information Systems Security Engineering & Management
Information Security & Privacy
Operational Technology Security
You should be an excellent teacher. You should have a Master’s or Ph.D. in Cybersecurity or a closely related discipline, demonstrated industry experience, and a record of teaching experience in these areas.
You should submit electronically:
Recent teaching evaluations (if available)
Teaching statement describing experience and teaching philosophy
Names and contact information for at least two references.
We will review applications starting immediately and will continue until we fill the position; we encourage you to submit early.
New York University (NYU) is one of the top private universities in the United States. NYU Tandon has an illustrious past as Brooklyn Poly and NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering. Our mission is to excel in research, teaching and entrepreneurship. We aim to inspire and educate engineers for the 21st century. NYU Tandon faculty are world renowned leaders in science and technology, with a strong commitment to research, innovation, and entrepreneurship that make a difference in the world. With NYU's unrivaled global network of campuses, we promote a truly global engineering education. We are deeply committed to teaching and learning, and we lead in online education and in K-12 STEM outreach. Our students conduct Vertically Integrated Research projects and participate in an extensive undergraduate summer research program.
NYU Tandon is committed to substantially increase the proportion of our faculty from historically underrepresented groups in STEM and we encourage candidates from such groups to apply. We aspire to create a climate where diversity and inclusion are not only appreciated but considered an asset for creativity and innovation, and we seek faculty who have a real passion for a culturally diverse environment. We take pride in our high numbers of female students and students who are the first in their family to go to college. NYU belongs to the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC), which assists with dual-career searches, and our faculty are supported by a range of work-life balance programs provided by the NYU Office of Work Life.
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