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- Nine-month renewable-type appointment to begin approximately on August 2018, pending position clearance and availability of funds.
- Primarily teach Computer Science (CS) service courses (e.g. Computer Science Principles, MS Office Tools, Web design, etc.). Teach CS core courses as necessary. Maintain and update course curricula and materials for courses as new technologies become available. Participate in on-going course and curriculum development activities in the department as a whole. Advise students and maintain office hours. Carry out departmental and university service activities and other duties as assigned.
- Master’s or higher degree in Computer Science or related discipline from an accredited college or university. Ability to communicate clearly in written and spoken English. Experience teaching Computer Science courses. Proficient in third generation object-oriented programming language(s) such as C++, Java, etc.
- Experience in use of web-based educational technology. Experience with web-based learning management system (e.g. Blackboard, Sakai, etc.). Attentive to detailed student data management and student feedback tasks. Previous experience in teaching multicultural/diverse student body. Previous experience teaching in a small college setting.
- Dr. Shawon Rahman; sRahman@Hawaii.edu
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