JOB: Assistant Professor, Tenure track in HCI, Indiana University, Full time

26 Nov 2007 - 2:37pm
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Erik Stolterman

Dear list

We are looking for a new colleague, see below!



The Indiana University School of Informatics seeks to fill a tenure-
track faculty position starting August 2008. The successful candidate
will join the Informatics HCI group with its nationally recognized HCI/
d Master’s program and Ph.D. program.

We are looking for an excellent educator and researcher who can
contribute to one of the top HCI programs in the nation and with
expertise that complements our existing strengths. The successful
applicant must be able to teach fundamental HCI courses at the
undergraduate and graduate levels. She or he must also empathize with
the strong design profile that has made our program unique and

The HCI group consists of six core faculty, sixty M.S. students (a
professional two-year program with thirty students per year), and
twelve Ph.D. students. The HCI group has a strong sense of community
and involves all students in collaborative research and design
projects that are supervised by members of the faculty. The HCI group
also works closely with colleagues in Informatics and with faculty
from other schools and departments on campus.

This search seeks an exceptional faculty member who can further HCI
research and education at the School of Informatics, advancing the
program to the next level of prominence and success. Applicants should
have a Ph.D. in HCI, computer science, design, psychology, cognitive
science, or related area. Candidates must demonstrate a scholarly
publication record, a commitment to teaching and mentoring, excellent
communication skills, and an interest in developing a cutting-edge,
collaborative, and interdisciplinary HCI program.

The School of Informatics offers excellent work conditions, including
attractive salaries and research support, low teaching loads, and
world-class computing and library facilities. Located in the rolling,
wooded hills of southern Indiana, Bloomington is a thriving college
town with excellent cultural resources and a moderate cost of living.

Applicants can learn more about the School of Informatics at
, and more about the HCI group at
. Any questions about the position can be sent to Professor Erik
Stolterman, at estolter at For full consideration, please
send a statement of research and teaching, curriculum vitae, and three
references to Professor Erik Stolterman, Director of the Human
Computer Interaction Program and Chair of the Search Committee, at estolter at
. Review of the applications will begin in late November and continue
until the position is filled. Indiana University is an Equal
Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer.

Erik Stolterman
Professor and Director of HCI
School of Informatics
Indiana University

Email: estolter at
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