The Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications and nominations for the position of dean of the College of Computing. The selected individual will also hold the John P. Imlay Jr. Chair.
One of the top-ranked academic programs in the nation, the College of Computing consists of the Schools of Computer Science, Interactive Computing, and Computational Science and Engineering. The College offers undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Computational Media, and graduate degrees in Computer Science and Human-Centered Computing. Through collaborations with other Georgia Tech colleges, the College of Computing also offers graduate degrees in Cybersecurity, Machine Learning, Robotics, Human-Computer Interaction, Bioengineering, and Analytics, among others.
The ideal candidate will be an intellectual leader among faculty and among peers nationally and globally, a strong advocate for the teaching and research mission of the College, a preeminent university citizen, and an energetic and conscientious administrator, familiar with issues in higher education particularly issues dealing with technology, computer science, engineering, and science.
While applications and nominations will be received until the dean is selected, interested parties are encouraged to respond by November 21, 2018, to ensure optimal consideration.
All inquiries and correspondence should be directed in confidence to the search committee chair:
Raheem Beyah, Ph.D.
Motorola Foundation Professor
Associate Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering