The School of Information Sciences (iSchool) seeks to hire up to four outstanding full-time faculty members (rank open) to join our dynamic and collegial School. Preference will be given to the following specializations, but strong candidates in any area are encouraged to apply.
Information retrieval & data analytics–natural language processing, machine learning, and data visualization in application domains such as health, science, and business
Information, technology & society–legal and regulatory environment; political economy of information; responsible and ethical uses of information in a global context; technology and civic contexts
Digital youth–understanding, supporting and enhancing the interactions of youth with digital information and technology
Knowledge organization–information architecture, metadata standards, linked data, cataloging and classification, taxonomy, ontology, indexing, digital asset management, records management
Cultural heritage informatics–contemporary archival research and practice including digital archives; community archives and archiving; convergence of libraries, archives and museums; digital preservation
User experience/Human-computer interaction–social computing, crowdsourcing, collective intelligence, social media, computer-supported cooperative work, interaction design, and multi-disciplinary study of the design, use and effects of ICTs