As the first school of its kind in the United States, the IU School of Informatics and Computing is an innovator in a fast-paced and dynamic field that combines human-centered computing with specializations in health, biology, business, media arts and more. We are located on the IUPUI campus, home to a number of highly-rated professional schools, including Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Business, and Law. Our location within blocks of downtown Indianapolis facilitates advancement of research and teaching, and presents unique opportunities for internships, partnerships, community engagement and more.
- Health and Biomedical Informatics
- Human-Centered Computing
- Library and Information Science
Adjunct Faculty Openings
We are always interested in welcoming qualified adjunct faculty candidates with valuable expertise to offer our students in any of our degree programs. If you offer exceptional skill and talent, have a passion for teaching and hold a master’s degree or greater from an accredited university, please send your resume/CV to informhr [at] iupui [dot] edu. Post-secondary/higher education teaching experience preferred.
Although we accept inquiries for all academic programs at any time, adjunct faculty openings for which we are currently and actively recruiting will be posted below.
Media Arts and Science
We are seeking active and effective professionals and educators with interest to deliver instruction in one or more areas of media arts and science, including: web design and development, mobile design and development, interactive application development, game design and development, storyboarding, character design, 3D animation, 3D printing, video and audio production.
Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience (UX)
We are seeking active and effective professionals and educators with interest to deliver instruction in one or more areas of human-computer interaction, including: interaction design, user experience (UX) research and design, prototyping for interactive systems, human factors in interactive computing, usability engineering.
We are seeking active and effective professionals and educators with interest to deliver instruction in one or more areas of our Informatics undergraduate program, including: database design and development, introduction to web programming, web databases, information infrastructure and informatics foundations, data mining and data science applications.