Website University of Regina (Department of Computer Science)
Candidates are expected to hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related field by the time of appointment and be committed to excellence in the three pillars of academia: research, teaching, and service.
Candidates are expected to demonstrate a strong research record via respected peer-reviewed publications on topics closely aligned to human-computer interaction or human-centred computing. Candidates are expected to provide a research plan that has potential for long-term external funding via NSERC grants and partnerships, with the potential for societal impact. The successful candidate will be expected to initiate an independent research program, contribute to the research program of our department, secure external funding to support this research, and recruit and supervise graduate students conducting research in their specific area of specialization.
Candidates are expected to provide evidence of teaching expertise and an established teaching philosophy. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses in the core of our computer science undergraduate program and at the undergraduate and graduate level in the areas of fundamental and applied human-computer interaction. We are particularly interested in candidates who are able to teach courses within the curriculum of our professionally focused Master’s degree in Human-Centred Computing (https://www.uregina.ca/science/cs/graduate/msc-human.html).
Candidates are expected to demonstrate a commitment to academic service through committee work, peer review activities, and the support of other academic work (e.g., conference or workshop organization, conducting academic skills seminars). The successful candidate will be expected to be a willing participant in academic service, both within the Department/University and within the broader academic community. Evidence of collegiality within their previous academic unit or research group will strengthen the application.