Assistant Professor in Computer Science

Allegheny College invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track positions in computer and information science, beginning in August 2023. Ideal candidates will have a Ph.D. or another terminal degree (e.g. MFA, MEng, MBA) or commensurate industry experience in information technologies, with demonstrated core competencies in computer science, successful teaching experience in computational courses, and an active multidisciplinary research agenda.

The successful candidates will be invited to teach courses in computer and information science as well as in the college-wide first-year/sophomore seminar program. The teaching load is four laboratory courses per academic year (with a one-course reduction in the first year). The chosen candidates will receive laboratory space for teaching and research and access to funding for research with students.

The successful candidates will join an entrepreneurial and vibrant community composed of dedicated teachers, active researchers, and diverse learners, and contribute to an innovative computer science curriculum and the Integrative Informatics program. Allegheny faculty, students, and alumni have strong connections to top-tier academic institutions and industry-leading corporations and we are located near Pittsburgh, a city recently described as having a viable path to becoming one of America’s leading hubs for technology startups.

Learn more about Allegheny College at and about the Department of Computer Science at Interested candidates should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching and research interests, a diversity statement (describing how you have or could incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into your teaching, research, and/or service), applicable transcripts, and arrange to have three reference letters sent to: Review of applications will begin December 1, 2022 and continue until the positions are filled.


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As one of the nation’s oldest liberal arts colleges, Allegheny College celebrated its bicentennial in 2015. A selective residential college in Meadville, Pennsylvania, north of Pittsburgh near Lake Erie, Allegheny is one of 40 colleges featured in Loren Pope’s “Colleges That Change Lives.” Allegheny also is one of the few colleges in the country that requires students to choose both a major and a minor, helping to cultivate intellectual growth and the creative, big-picture thinking desired by employers and graduate schools. In its 2020 rankings, U.S. News & World Report recognized Allegheny in the top 20 among all national liberal arts colleges for best undergraduate teaching.

The Chronicle of Higher Education ranks Allegheny as one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, specifically in the areas of compensation and benefits. Allegheny has a total undergraduate enrollment of approximately 1,800 with students from 47 states (plus AE, DC, PR, and VI) and 70 countries. The College’s picturesque location is ideal for outdoor recreation, with eight freshwater lakes, ski areas and recreational opportunities all within easy reach.

Allegheny College is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity. Women, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and members of other underrepresented groups are highly encouraged to apply. Allegheny does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, or national origin.