School of Computing posts application for second tenure-track position since 1995

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After hiring their first tenure track professor in over 20 years this January, the School of Computing has opened up applications for another tenure track position scheduled to begin July 1.

The school was affected by a series of retirements from 2007 to 2015, during which seven out of 28 faculty members departed from Queen’s, leaving seven expected to be gone by the end of this year, with no replacements.

According to the job listing posted on the School of Computing website on March 1, the school is looking to fill a position for Assistant Professor with specialization in Foundations of Computer Science including Theory of Computation, Computer Systems, Database and Big Data, and Programming Languages.

Applications are due to the School of Computing’s Faculty Search Committee by March 31.


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