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USC Teaching Faculty Positions (Lecturers)

Dear Colleague:

I'm writing to let you know that the Computer Science department at the University of Southern California has four open lecturer positions.

These are full time, benefits eligible faculty positions on the non-tenure track. These are primarily teaching positions; all candidates  are expected to have a strong commitment to teaching.  Lecturers will  spend the majority of their time on teaching and teaching-related duties  with reduced obligation for research and University service.

I'd appreciate it if you could bring these positions to the attention of your graduating PhD students and postdocs. A description of the positions, including how to apply, is at:



Gaurav S. Sukhatme
Professor and Chairman
Department of Computer Science, University of Southern California
Editor-in-Chief, Autonomous Robots


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