Company: William Peace UniversityLocation: Raleigh, NC
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The Assistant/Associate Professor is a non-tenure track, fixed-term faculty position. The Assistant/Associate Professor teaches a full-time load (24 credit hours per academic year) and engages in professional development, scholarship, and service activities.
The appointment is effective July 1, 2023 for Fall 2023 classes. The incumbent is expected to teach the equivalent of three 4 credit hour courses per semester, to engage in service through committee assignment, student advising, recruiting, and to participate in campus-wide events. The ideal candidate will hold a terminal degree in Interactive Design, Interactive Programming, Computer Arts or Computer Science.
The Assistant/Associate Professor of Interactive Design will teach courses in the Interactive Design and the Simulation & Game Design program. This person will also support the Department in devising strategies for growing and improving the program, evaluating course outcomes and contribute toward a greater awareness of the WPU Interactive Design program. This faculty member will also share responsibility for advising students majoring in Interactive Design and Simulation & Game Design.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Teach 24 credit hours per year (3 – 4 credit courses per semester) in the discipline of Interactive Design.
- Advise students, primarily those pursuing a major or minor in Interactive Design or Simulation & Game Design.
- Serve on academic and college-wide committees.
- Maintain active professional, scholarship, and service activities.
- Effectively work with a diverse population of students, families, employees, visitors, and guests.
Master’s Degree in Interactive Design, Simulation and Game Design, Computer Science or related field with experience teaching at the college or university level.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess the following skill set:
- Mastery of Interactive Design & Development subject matter
- Deep commitment to fostering student success
- Ability to use instructional technologies to support classroom activities