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Algorithms aren't all created equal
By Martin Erwig, Stretch Professor of Computer Science at Oregon State University
All around us, algorithms are invisibly at work. They're recommending music and surfacing news, finding cancerous tumors, and making self-driving cars a reality. But do people trust them? Not really, according to a Pew Research Center survey taken last year. When asked whether computer programs will always reflect the biases of their designers, 58 percent of respondents thought they would. This finding illustrates a serious tension between computing technology, whose influence on people's lives is only expected to grow, and the people affected by it. Popular Science

A new dimension for 3D printing
ECE professor Pallavi Dhagat is working with the University of Oregon and HP Labs to figure out how to print electric and magnetic devices. In a project funded by the National Science Foundation, the first milestone will be the ability to print devices such as sensors or antennas. But the bigger goal is to lay the foundation for fabricating complete objects with both functional and structural components. In the process, these researchers are driving the emerging field of digital materials science. EECS

Another Day in the College of Engineering: Robots and Race Cars
"Applied/Research Robotics" is a mixed class of senior undergrads and first year grad students across the College of Engineering. They spend the 10 weeks of the course working toward that year's challenge, in this case, robot cornhole! Students gain skills in designing novel systems, encountering and overcoming failure, and working within teams. The class "F1/10: Autonomous Racing" is offered to undergrad and graduate students. Over the term they learn how to build, program, and race an autonomous race car, focusing on resolving the difficulties of running a system in the real-world. EECS YouTube


NEW! Fall 2019 ResiSTORE Volunteer Search
The ResiSTORE is a volunteer-run electronics store located in the basement of Dearborn hall that serves the OSU community. There are many reasons to volunteer, including after-hours access to the store for your own projects, learning about electronics (from customers and fellow volunteers), being part of the community, and more! Volunteering is fun, easy, educational, and it looks great on scholarship applications and résumés! A typical volunteer may work in the store for only one or two hours per week, although more is certainly welcome. Volunteering is open to everyone of all majors.

NEW! National Security Agency Tech Talk
Wednesday, September 25 | 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm | KEC 1003
NSA is about protecting our country and its citizens. It's about facing off against unseen adversaries. Understanding their languages. Protecting information systems. Keeping leaders informed and the nation safe. NSA is about doing something that matters. And using really advanced technology to make it happen. These are the unique challenges that the people of NSA are faced with every day. And you could be too. Come explore the exciting career opportunities at NSA. You won't find them anywhere else. Free pizza from American Dream!

NEW! E & J Gallo Info Sessions
Wednesday, October 2 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Johnson 221
Join E. & J Gallo for Info Session and lunch. Bring your resume! All Operations Management, Industrial Engineering, Energy Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, General Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Civil/Environmental Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Chemical Engineering majors are welcome.

NEW! E & J Gallo Info Sessions
Wednesday, October 2 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | KEC 1005
Join E. & J Gallo reps for an Info Session and dinner. Bring your resume! All Operations Management, Industrial Engineering, Energy Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, General Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Civil/Environmental Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Chemical Engineering majors are welcome.

NEW! Coffee with Cobots!
Tuesday, October 8 | 8:30 - 10:00 AM | Linn Benton Community College
You’re invited to join OMEP (Oregon Manufacturing Extension Partnership) for their co-hosted forum on Collaborative Robots (Cobots)! Learn how Cobots are flipping the script for local manufacturers and startups! Get a hands-on demonstration, watch, and program 2 Cobots to perform some common tasks!

NEW! Qorvo Tour
Friday October 11 | 12:00PM – 4:00PM | Meet in Rogers Hall Lobby
Qorvo, a semiconductor and RF technology company located in Hillsboro, OR is hosting a tour of their building and wafer fabrication clean room for Oregon State University students. Hosted by the OSU ASHRAE* Student Chapter, this event is free and is open to all interested students. Please RSVP at beav.es/ZhE before Monday, October 7.

NEW! Student Mandatory Duo two-step login
Duo two-step login will be mandatory for students beginning this academic year. Students will need to sign up for Duo by one of five assigned dates throughout the fall and winter terms; sign-up groups are based on the last digit of the student OSU ID number. The first mandatory group, for digits 0 and 1, is October 23. The full schedule can be found on the Duo website (https://beav.es/student-duo).

NEW! OMSI-OSU Science Communication Fellowship Program - Information Session
Thursday, October 10 | 12-1pm | LPSC 402
The OMSI Science Communication Fellows are researchers or science professionals including faculty, graduate students, technicians, or other individuals in science, engineering, health, or technology related positions. OMSI Fellows participate in a series of professional development workshops that cover science communication best practices and provide opportunities for participants to practice new skills and techniques. In collaboration with OMSI, each Fellow will develop a unique hands-on educational activity designed to communicate their research to public audiences and will join OMSI in engaging museum visitors with these activities at Meet a Scientist events. Applications are due Monday, November 11.

Posters on the Hill 2020
Each spring, the Council on Undergraduate Research hosts an annual undergraduate poster session on Capitol Hill. At this event and its related activities, members of Congress and their staff members learn about the importance of undergraduate research through talking directly with the student researchers involved in these programs. Applications for Posters on the Hill 2020 open Wednesday, September 4 through Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 11:59 pm EST. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Ignite TAO: Health v7
Tuesday, November 12 | 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm | OHSU, Portland
Ignite TAO: Health is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by local people who have a burning idea and the guts to get on stage and share their personal and professional passions. Quick, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, and global - Ignite is all of these and more. Ignite TAO: Health will focus on topics around wellness, pharmaceuticals, software, medical devices, healthcare and more. Call for speakers NOW OPEN! Speaker applications are due Friday, September 27th.

OSSN Git September
The Open Source Student Network is organizing a month full of Git during September! Get to know the most famous and commonly used version control system, start your online portfolio, learn to collaborate, contribute to your favorite project and get ready for the upcoming school year! During this month we will learn how to use Git, branching and creating a pull request through GitHub and/or Gitlab. Before RSVPing at https://events.mozilla.org/ossngitseptember, you have to register to https://ossn.club and complete your profile. There are two ways to participate:

  1. Find an event at your campus organized by your local club (So far there are no clubs from OSU. If your club wants to join the OSSN and organize an event, email cstevens@mozilla.com).
  2. Participate remotely to our online webinars (available when you RSVP).


NEW! Winter Data Science Fellowship Opportunity
The Data Incubator is an intensive 8 week fellowship that prepares masters students, PhDs, and postdocs in STEM and social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists. The program is free for Fellows and supported by sponsorships from hundreds of employers across multiple industries. In response to the overwhelming interest in our earlier sessions, we will be holding another fellowship. Anyone who has already obtained a masters or PhD degree or who is within one year of graduating with a masters or PhD is welcome to apply. Applications from international students are welcome. Early Deadline: 2019-10-14. Regular Deadline: 2019-10-21.

NEW! Symantec Research Labs Graduate Fellowship
Fellowships will be bestowed on one or more exceptional Ph.D. students who meet the eligibility criteria listed below. Our program aims to fund innovative research that not only has real-world value but aligns well with key areas within our business. Topics of interest include: privacy and identity, security, machine learning and data mining, human factors. The SRL Graduate Fellowship provides up to $20,000 USD that may be used to cover one year of the student’s tuition fees and/or reimburse expenses incurred by the student during research collaboration with SRL. Application deadline: December 4.

NEW! Computer Hardware Engineering Scholarship - Integra Sources
Integra Sources is an electronics design house which provides custom software and hardware solutions and specializes in embedded hardware design, embedded software design, computer vision development, Internet of Things, robot development and other related areas. So, if you are a US college, high school or university student, we invite you to apply for our finding grant program. Our hardware engineering scholarship is another opportunity for career development. The winning applicant will be rewarded $1,000 and encouraged to spend the grant on self-education purposes to acquire new skills and knowledge necessary for professional growth. Application deadline: September 1, 2020.

The Institute for Broadening Participation
The mission of the Institute for Broadening Participation is to increase diversity in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) workforce. We design and implement strategies to increase access to STEM education, funding, and careers, with special emphasis on reaching and supporting individuals from underserved communities and underrepresented groups, including underrepresented minorities, women, persons with disabilities, first generation college students, and students from underserved communities.

AfterCollege Engineering & Technology Student Scholarship
$500 - Open to currently enrolled students pursuing a degree in a field of engineering, technology and/or mathematics. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Must be a U.S. Citizen. Deadline: September 30.

AfterCollege STEM Inclusion Scholarship
$500 - Open to currently enrolled students working toward a degree in a field of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics from a group underrepresented in their field of study. Underrepresented groups may be defined by: gender, race, ethnic background, disability, sexual orientation, age, socio-economic status, nationality and other non-visible differences. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Deadline: September 30.

AfterCollege Succurro Scholarship
$500 - Open to currently enrolled students in an accredited program, working toward a degree (AA, AS, BA, BS, MA, MS, MFA, PhD, MD, JD, etc.) in any discipline. Minimum 2.5 GPA. Deadline: September 30.

Facebook Fellowship Program
The Facebook Fellowship Program is designed to encourage and support promising doctoral students who are engaged in innovative and relevant research in areas related to computer science and engineering at an accredited university. The program is open to students in any year of their PhD study and supports talented students from traditionally under-represented minority groups. Applications are evaluated based on the strength of the student’s research statement, publication record and recommendation letters. Winners of the Fellowship are entitled to receive two years of tuition and fees paid, a stipend of $37,000 each year and up to $5,000 in conference travel support. Application deadline: October 4.

Google Conference and Travel Scholarships
To help break down the barriers that prevent underrepresented groups in technology and business from attending leading conferences, we're excited to offer Google Conference and Travel Scholarships for selected conferences in the tech industry and related fields. Scholarships are available in North America for all traditionally underrepresented groups in technology and business (including, but not limited to: African American/Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, persons with disabilities, women and veterans).


Micro-Architectural Attacks on Cyber-Physical Systems
Monday, September 30 | 10:00am to 11:00am | KEC 1007
Heechul Yun, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Kansas

MaxLinear - Products and Technologies
Thursday, October 3 | 10:15am to 11:15am | KEC 1007
Curtis Ling, Chief Technical Officer, MaxLinear

Blending engineering and medicine: novel analyses of electrocardiogram for prediction and prevention of sudden cardiac death
Monday, October 28 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm
Larisa Tereshchenko, Associate Professor of Medicine, Knight Cardiovascular Institute


NW Electronics Design and Manufacturing Expo
Wednesday, October 2 | 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | Tektronix Campus, Beaverton, Oregon | $5
The NW Electronics Design & Manufacturing Expo (NEDME) is the premier trade show and networking event for members of the high-tech industry in the Pacific Northwest. NEDME connects local businesses with engineers, entrepreneurs, buyers, and reps in a fun atmosphere that promotes innovation and learning. Attendance is only $5 and 100% of proceeds are donated to the Oregon Food Bank so the discount would be applied to the tech sessions, which are normally $15 per session. The event also includes lunch and we reimburse TriMet tickets.

2019 Eugene Tech Tour
Thursday, October 3 | 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm | Eugene, OR | Tourist: $10; Student: $5
Join the Technology Association of Oregon for the largest open house of tech companies in Oregon. Tourists will wind their way through the city to find out what technology companies are working on, experience their company culture, network with other tourists, and find out about jobs available in this fast-growing industry.

SEMI NW Breakfast Forum
Friday, October 4 | 7:30 am - 11:30 am | Qorvo, Hillsboro, OR | Student rate: $15 with discount code
The SEMI NW Breakfast Forum gives you the opportunity to listen to industry leaders who are at forefront of the 5G wave. Learn how the semiconductor industry’s ecosystem is going to change, both as a provider and a consumer.  And most importantly come together to engage with fellow colleagues to collaborate and share how your business will be impacted by the fifth generation of wireless technology. Students: use the code NMSTUDENT to register.

Breaking the Code: The Un-Hackathon for a Cause Kick-Off
Friday, October 4 | 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm | Bumped, Portland | Free
Join the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) and our partner, Multnomah County, as we kick off our first a community-driven, collaborative design sprint. We aim to break barriers that exist between non-profit organizations that specifically serve people of color and the broad, local tech community. Sign up as a participant, coach, volunteer or an attendee to learn how to use design thinking during National Digital Inclusion Week to create solutions to empower a more inclusive community.

2019 Bend Tech Showcase
Monday, October 7 | 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm | OSU-Cascades Co-Lab | Student: $5; TAO Member: $10
Join the Technology Association of Oregon for the largest open house of tech company showcase in Central Oregon. OSU Cascades Computer Science Students are invited to arrive between 4 PM-5 PM & the event will be open to the General Public from 5 PM-8 PM. Attendees will hear from each company about who they are, what they do, what they are looking for in their employees, and jobs that they have open.

Singu-hilarity: A Robot Comedy Variety Show
Friday, October 11 |7:30 PM | Majestic Theatre, Corvallis
Robots are becoming more present in our everyday lives, but almost no one has seen robots like this before - join Jon the Robot (a robotic stand-up comedian) and some of our favorite nerdy, scientific, and autonomous performers for an entertaining mix of comedy, music, dance, and visual art.


Oregon State is utilizing Handshake as the central job and internship database. Please visit Handshake and create an account to access these opportunities. Let Handshake find the jobs for you with custom search alerts.

Step 1: Log in to Handshake and navigate to the “Jobs” page.
Step 2: Set the filter criteria you want (e.g., full time vs internship, keywords, location, etc.).
Step 3: Once you are happy with your filter, select the “Get Email Alerts” button on the right hand side. You should see a pop-up stating “Created Job Alert” and your saved search parameters will now show up in the “Job Alerts” list. Create as many filters as you want.
Step 4: Set your notification preferences by clicking the “Email Alerts On” link under your job alert and selecting the frequency and method for job notifications.

Don’t forget to check out the AfterCollege job site, tailored especially for our EECS students.

Engineering Job Club (Online Version)
Sign up for Engineering Job Club, a weekly email series that breaks the process down into manageable chunks. This series will help you set reminders, stay motivated, and work toward landing that engineering position you want, all on your own schedule. Series begins April 8th, but students are welcome to jump in at any time. Register today in Handshake: Engineering Job Club

Student Jobs

NEW! Student Developer, CASS Software Development Group
Student Developers are assigned a project or multiple projects by full-time staff. They are then expected to complete work items related to that project—either self-selected or assigned to them—within a reasonable amount of time. Examples of work items include—but are not limited to—adding a new feature to an application, fixing a bug, updating documentation, or researching and making a recommendation about a particular technology.

NEW! Student Systems Engineer - CASS Open Source Lab
The OSU Open Source Lab is looking for hourly students for DevOps Systems Engineers. This position is part-time during the academic year, and full-time during the summer as long as the student is not taking any classes (in summer term, only). This position involves working on the infrastructure that powers much of the open source ecosystem. Is responsible for racking, deploying, maintaining and design of various parts of our infrastructure. Interacts with the community and clients via email and IRC on a daily basis on tasks such as troubleshooting issues and deploying new services.

NEW! Math Learning Center Tutor
Students go to the learning center to acquire help with math homework, complete exams, and to work on assignments. Tutors are employed to help tutor Mathematics students. Position Duties: Tutor Mathematics students in classes below MTH 254.

EE student – OSU Department of EMT (Tanguay Lab)
The Tanguay lab is in need of a EE student to build 4 harnesses for a custom built instrument. The position is short term and a project specific. Hours are flexible and negotiable. There are opportunities for long term employment. If interested, please contact Lisa Truong.

ECE student – OSU Department of EMT (Tanguay Lab)
This recruitment is to fill (1) part-time (less than 20 hours per week) student engineer position for the Tanguay Lab in Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology at Oregon State University. The job location is off campus, and requires transportation. The position is to work on a multi-disciplinary engineering team to build custom scientific software. This is an opportunity to be involved in designing of first of their kind prototype scientific instruments. From robotics, computer vision, fluidics and software design, there is a vast number of hands on experience and practical skills to be gained. The position will primarily involve in writing software in python, C, or C++ to operate custom instruments. Additional task includes designing, soldering, assemble circuit boards and programming Arduino boards. If interested, please contact Lisa Truong.

Perception Researcher - OSU/CMU robotics team
Oregon State and Carnegie Mellon University just won the recent DARPA Subterranean Challenge Tunnel Circuit! We are preparing for the next circuit and are recruiting highly-motivated students to work on our perception sub-team. Possible projects include: training object detection networks for use on our robots; developing solutions to increase our framerate/efficiency on embedded platforms; multi-sensor fusion for object detection.

Student Analyst, CASS Software Development Group
Primary responsibilities for a Student Analyst include documentation development and software testing. Writing documentation may require designing software mock-ups, developing vision and scope documents, and drafting technical specifications. Testing software for clients requires test case writing, as well as functional testing of new features. You will be working in a development environment.

Student Information Technology - College of Forestry Help Desk
These positions are responsible for helping faculty, staff, and students with their Informational Technology needs at a student run help desk. That includes working with lab computers, storage servers, networking, printers, and software applications.

EECS Undergraduate TA (On Campus)
This recruitment will be used to hire a number of part-time Student Technical Assistant positions. This position preforms a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Department at the university. Positions may include activities such as mentoring, checking off work, holding office hours, helping with recitation, and/or helping with 2 hour labs with direct guidance from the supervisor. Courses supported during the academic year are: CS101, CS160, CS161, CS162, CS175, CS261, CS271, CS290, CS195, ECE111, ECE112, and ECE271/2. There may also be a potential need for assistance with special topics courses as well.

EECS Ecampus TA
This recruitment will be used to hire a part-time Student Support Services position. This position preforms a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department Online Education post bachelor’s degree program. The position may include activities such as mentoring, assisting with grading, holding office hours remotely, helping with recitation, and posting on discussion boards.

IT Support Technician - OSU College of Engineering
This position is responsible for maintaining the workstations of various engineering staff members, managing surplus inventory, and other miscellaneous duties as assigned.

EECS Undergraduate Special Project Assistant: (Pooled Posting)
The undergraduate assistant performs hands-on experience in a research lab environment, to complement regular curriculum and enhance knowledge for future job placement. This person will receive lab orientation and safety training. This position will assist PhD students and/or professor in conducting research in robotics, artificial intelligence, computer science, graphics research functions, and electrical and computer engineering research functions. In addition, the assistant will receive mentorship on design, implementation and test multiple Electrical Engineering and Computer Science research areas.

OPEnS Lab Student Pool
The OPEnS Lab seeks undergraduate researchers to work in a hands-on technology-rich makerspace to produce next generation sensing technologies for environmental research. These hires will use 3D printers, microcontrollers, and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to conduct technical research and development to produce and test new instrumentation. These positions are expected to be temporary to fill gaps in staffing or assist with large deployments. Time commitment per week is negotiable (typically between 10 and 20 hrs academic terms and up to 40 during summer or non-enrolled terms). Hires will produce and test prototypes of the hardware and software.

COE Tutor
College of Engineering Academic Tutors provide one-on-one support in specific subject areas, assist students in developing study strategies for particular courses, facilitate study group sessions, and provide test review sessions. Training and orientation are required to prepare students for this peer support position.

Full-Time Positions

NEW! Entry-Level Test Development Engineer - Maxim Integrated
Maxim is seeking an Entry-Level Test Development Engineer to support assigned products through the full product life-cycle. The assignment will be in Maxim’s Cloud & Data Center business unit with a focus on high frequency products. Applicant must be goal oriented, self-driven, have high professional standards and be able to work as part of a team. Duties will include: Development of automated test system solutions on analog and mixed-signal automatic test equipment. Involvement in all phases of product development including design for testability, test hardware and software design, debug, characterization, and release to manufacturing. Design of component-level circuits for precision parametric measurements. Responsibility for tracking project schedules and resources and documenting all phases of project development.

NEW! Quality Assurance Engineer - New Grad - NASA Jet Propulsion Lab
The Mission Assurance Office is seeking highly motivated recent and/or prospective graduates with high intellectual curiosity to join our team and aid in our quest to ensure mission success as we Dare Mighty Things! Quality Assurance Engineers provide technical and management support to programs and projects in the areas of mission assurance management, hardware and software quality assurance, reliability engineering, environmental assurance and component engineering. To qualify for this program, students must be graduating this academic year from an accredited institution with a Bachelor's, Master's, or PhD degree and a minimum of a 3.0/4.0 cumulative GPA or have graduated with a Bachelor's or Master's degree within the last three years or within the last seven years with a PhD.

NEW! Analog Circuit Designers - Mythic
We are in need of some talented Analog Circuit Designers. Our Neural Networks are storing Analog Voltages inside Non-Volatile Memory Flash Arrays, hence the need for Analog Designers. Right now the openings for the Analog positions are for the Austin Office, but we may be flexible on office location.

NEW! IT Consultant - OSU-Cascades in Bend
The Information Technology Consultant serves as a key member of the IS Service Desk within the Client Services unit of Information Services and is located at the OSU-Cascades campus in Bend, Oregon. The position exists to provide computer support to faculty, staff, and students at OSU-Cascades campus as well as support applications and operations of all forms of audiovisual, video, and computer projection needs. This position will offer the opportunity to work with a range of technology and engage with a diverse user base.

MS/PhD opening - TI
As a design engineer, you’ll architect new TI products and make our customers’ vision a reality. Specifically, you will define, architect, model, design and document analog, mixed-signal and/or RF integrated circuits (ICs) for use in complex system-on-chips (SoCs). You’ll have the opportunity to work in the emerging and exciting area of single chip millimeter wave radar sensors. Using advanced CMOS technology, these sensors integrate an RF front-end with a DSP and MCU on a single chip. This opportunity involves designing analog/mixed-signal circuits for PLLs and frequency synthesizers for our next generation of transceiver products.

Operations Management Development Program - E. & J. Gallo Winery
The Operations Management Development Program (OMDP) is looking for candidates ready to hone their leadership skills through a structured and hands on experience that prepares them to become future operations leaders at the world’s largest winery. This program offers talented individuals the opportunity to discover what it takes to lead and motivate a dynamic, innovative work force and learn about multiple facets of the wine production business including the consumers’ experience with our products to help gain a broad understanding of the business.

Technical Management Development Program - E. & J. Gallo Winery
The Technical Management Development Program (TMDP) offers talented engineers the opportunity to engage various parts of the business, interact with management, develop innovative solutions to real business challenges, and gain a broader understanding of the company and our business. You’ll rotate through leadership roles such as operations team lead, customer-facing rotations in chain sales, and technical rotations.

Electronics Design Engineer - NASA Humanoid Robot Power Systems - Jacobs
As an Electronics Design Engineer - NASA Humanoid Robot Power Systems you will: Report directly to the Electronics and Electrical Section Manager as part of group of over 30 other Electronics and Electrical Engineers. Work directly with NASA Johnson Space Center in designing the next generation of humanoid robot. Join the Valkyrie humanoid robot team in NASA’s Robotic Systems Technology Branch. Build on the success of the existing Valkyrie and Robonaut 2 humanoid robots and advance NASA’s ability to project a remote human presence and dexterous manipulation capability into challenging, dangerous, and distant environments both in space and here on earth. Contribute directly to the design of the next NASA humanoid robot with an emphasis on creating new, integrated electrical system designs for power distribution, battery and battery management systems, and electromechanical power conversion for high performance robot actuation.

Faculty Positions

Cybersecurity Instructor-Online CS Post Bacc Program
Available Instructor positions are fixed-term, non-tenure track, 9 month and 12 month part-time and full-time. This program is fully online and does not require Instructors to live within the vicinity of the Corvallis campus. Candidates would be expected to attend a 1-week initial in-person training and then come to the Corvallis campus for 1 week every 6 months.

Instructor-Online CS Post Bacc Program
Available Instructor positions are fixed-term, non-tenure track, 9 month and 12 month part-time and full-time. This program is fully online and does not require Instructors to live within the vicinity of the Corvallis campus. Candidates would be expected to attend a 1-week initial in-person training and then come to the Corvallis campus for 1 week every 6 months.

Tenure track CS position at Occidental College
The Department of Computer Science at Occidental College invites applications for a faculty position at the Assistant or Associate level in Computer Science. We seek a computer scientist with a strong interest in building Occidental’s newly formed Computer Science major and who can contribute to its connections to other disciplines. While all areas of computational science will be fully considered, we prefer candidates with research interests in hardware, software systems (such as operating systems, databases, and networking), computer graphics, data science/statistics, security, or another area not currently represented in the department. We especially welcome faculty interested in collaborating with the social sciences, the humanities, and the arts, and who may contribute to existing and developing partnerships with other departments such as Black Studies, Music, and Media Arts and Culture. Deadline for full consideration is September 30, 2019.

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor-(Cybersecurity) - OSU EECS
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science invites applications for a full-time 1.0 FTE, 9-month, tenure track Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Dean. This position in any area of Cybersecurity is to begin Fall 2020. Applicants must hold a doctorate degree in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, or closely related field. The successful candidate is expected to initiate new funded research as well as expand, complement, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School, the College of Engineering, and beyond.

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Computer Science) - OSU EECS
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University invites applications for one or more full-time (1.00 FTE), tenure-track, 9-month tenure-track, 9-month Assistant, Associate, or Full professor positions in the Computer Science areas of software engineering, programming languages, data-intensive systems, and theory to begin Fall 2020. Applicants must hold a doctorate degree in Computer Science or closely related field by the start of employment. The successful candidate is expected to expand, complement, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School, and to perform duties related to teaching, student advising, and professional service.

Instructor Pool 2019-2020 - OSU EECS
The College of Engineering for School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science invites applications for 9-month part-time instructors to teach on a term by term basis for the 2019-2020 academic year. These appointments are fixed-term, non-tenure track, with the possibility of renewal at the discretion of the School Head. Some of these appointments may be reviewed for renewal or transition to an instructional position on an annual basis at the discretion of the School Head. Instructors may be needed to teach courses in E-campus, undergraduate and graduate areas.

Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor (Artificial Intelligence)
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University invites applications for full-time, nine-month, tenure-track Assistant, Associate, or Full professor positions in Artificial Intelligence to begin in Fall 2020. Applicants must hold a doctorate degree in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Science, or a closely related field.

Computer Science Instructor Pool - OSU-Cascades
OSU-Cascades in Bend, Oregon invites applications for one or more fixed-term, non-tenure-track full or part-time Instructor positions to teach on a term by term basis for the 2019-2020 academic year. The intention of this pool is to collect applications for current or future opportunities and does not necessarily imply a position is available at this time. Instructors may be needed to teach on campus undergraduate courses in the following areas: Computer Science, Software Development, Web Development.


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