​We need your expertise to help Augusta University grow and become a national destination for computer and cyber science education!

We’re now inviting applications for up to 10 tenure-track and tenured positions at the Assistant, Associate, and Professor levels, with responsibilities to advance education and research in all mainstream areas of computing, including information systems, computer science, cybersecurity, data science and other closely related and emerging fields.

Per Augusta University's Employment Procedures Policy, "It is the policy of Augusta University to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) for all employees and prospective employees without regard to: race, age, color, national origin, religion, disability, gender, creed, handicapped, Vietnam era veterans, temporary disability, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other basis prohibited by applicable policy or law."

Applicants must hold a PhD in Computer Science, Information Systems or a related discipline at the time of appointment, have demonstrated excellence in research, and a strong commitment to teaching. Outstanding candidates in all areas of computing will be considered with a target appointment date of Fall 2021. Review of applications and candidate interviews will continue until the positions are filled.

Why should you join the school of computer and cyber sciences?

Here's what some of our faculty had to say: 

I joined the faculty at Augusta University because I wanted to help build and craft a new, nationally known computer science program from a research and educational perspective. The chance to help grow the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences was too good of an opportunity to pass up.

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Dr. Harley Eades
Assistant Professor, Computer Science

Why did I choose Augusta University? Augusta University and the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences leadership have a bold vision for the future of our school that involves excellence in education and research at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Knowing that the state of Georgia has made a major capital and human investment in Georgia's cyber economy means the opportunities are boundless for the future of our school.

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Dr. James Smith
Assistant Professor, Information Technology

At the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences, I have had fantastic opportunities to teach talented students, collaborate with local military and industry partners and be a part of the growing cybersecurity community here in Augusta. With the opening of the Georgia Cyber Center, the chance to work with top-tier organizations in this industry will bring incredible opportunities for our school and our students.

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Dr. Michael Nowatkowski
Associate Professor, Cyber Defense

The opportunities that await with Augusta University's School of Computer and Cyber Sciences are comparable with well-established and recognized universities. The School offers a competitive teaching workload and small classes, focusing on quality of teaching, which is an excellent opportunity to involve students at all levels in my research activities. I am thrilled to be a part of building a new high-quality research and teaching institution.

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Dr. Dariusz Kowalski
Professor

Contact Us

School of Computer and Cyber Sciences

706-721-1110

ccs@augusta.edu

School of Computer and Cyber Sciences

@AUG_Cyber

@aug_cyber

How to Apply

To be considered as an applicant, the following materials are required:

  • Cover letter
  • Curriculum vitae including a list of publication
     
  • Statement describing research accomplishments and future research plans
  • Description of teaching philosophy and experience
  • Names of at least three references

The above items should be uploaded as one document when applying through the Augusta University job portal. Email the school if you have further questions.