HCII Teaching Track Faculty - Design Expertise
Human-Computer Interaction Institute
Faculty Position at CMU
The HCI Institute at Carnegie Mellon is searching for design teaching track faculty with industry experience collaborating in, and/or leading interdisciplinary teams in research, design, prototyping and testing. Teaching faculty in the Human-Computer Interaction program bring their experience working in a product company and/or consultancy in a design studio style educational setting that emphasizes team based projects, application of theory to practice, critique and presentation. The design teaching faculty may have worked as an interaction designer, product designer, user experience designer, user interface designer, service designer, strategist, design researcher, design manager or other related roles. HCII teaching faculty typically carry a load of 8 classes annually that may be offset with service on committees and other HCII initiatives. The effective date of appointment is Fall 2022. Salary is dependent on education, industry experience, teaching experience, and other relevant qualifications.
The HCI Institute produces exceptional undergraduate and master students who improve the state of the world through a systematic, disciplined and principled approach to using technology to innovate and improve the human condition. We teach students preparing to become UX designers, service designers, UX researchers, HCI practitioners, frontend developers, learning science innovators, human-centered data scientists, product managers, and other technology leadership positions.
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