Available positions may be found here and at the IUPUI Employment website.
- Lecturer, Biomedical Informatics
- Lecturer, Data Science
- Lecturer, Health Informatics
- Lecturer, Human-Computer Interaction
- Lecturer, Multichannel Web Design and Development
We are always interested in welcoming qualified associate 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Post-secondary/higher education teaching experience is 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.
- Adjunct Faculty in Applied Data and Information Science
- Adjunct Faculty in Bioinformatics
- Adjunct Faculty in Cloud Computing and Service-oriented Web Applications
- Adjunct Faculty in Computationally Intensive Cloud Computing
- Adjunct Faculty in Data Visualization
- Adjunct Faculty in Health Informatics & Biomedical Informatics
- Adjunct Faculty in Human-Computer Interaction
- Adjunct Faculty in Informatics, Data Mining and Data Analytics
- Adjunct Faculty in Informatics, Human-Centered Research Methods
- Adjunct Faculty in Informatics, Mathematical and Logical Foundations of Informatics
- Adjunct Instructor in Media Arts and Science
About the School
The Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing is the first completely new school in the United States devoted exclusively to Informatics and a range of its subdisciplines. With its formative national role in creating the nation’s largest Informatics Program on the Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses, the School is the broadest and one of the largest information/computing schools in the U.S.
At IUPUI, the School offers a Ph.D. program with three specializations—Bioinformatics, Human–Computer Interaction, and Health and Biomedical Informatics—as well as a Ph.D. in Data Science. We also have five Master’s programs—Bioinformatics, Health Informatics, Human–Computer Interaction, Media Arts and Science, and Library and Information Science—and graduate certificates.
The School offers five Baccalaureate programs—Applied Data and Information Science, Biomedical Informatics, Health Information Management, Informatics, and Media Arts and Science—and several undergraduate minors and certificates. In addition, we offer an accelerated, 5-year B.S. + M.S. degree program.
The School has strong ties with the health and life sciences in the areas of health data exchange, clinical decision support, consumer health informatics, integrated health information systems, and interactive health information technologies. The School provides state-of-the-art facilities including fully equipped classrooms, media and gaming labs, human–computer interaction research labs, usability and mobile development labs, ample research facilities, and studios for sound design and interactive media production. Access to advanced, high-resolution wall-sized displays and virtual environments are also available within the Informatics and Communications Technology Complex.
The IUPUI campus, with over 30,000 students, is located on a large tract of land adjacent to downtown Indianapolis. IUPUI is the health and life science campus of Indiana University—the focal point of health profession education in the State of Indiana. IUPUI offers a full range of academic programs, with degrees from both Purdue University and Indiana University.
Indiana University is an academic leader in the development and use of information technology. The School of Informatics and Computing is situated on the academic Medical Center Campus, home to the Indiana University School of Medicine, the second largest medical school in the US. During FY 2011, Indiana University spent over $427M on research, much of it in the health and life sciences. The School has formed several key research partnerships with the IU School of Medicine and the Regenstrief Institute, an internationally recognized medical informatics research center. The School also enjoys collaboration with the Roudebush VA Medical Center, IU Health—one of the largest health care organizations in the Midwest, the School of Nursing, the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, and the Purdue School of Science. Indiana’s comprehensive strengths and leadership in health and health information technology are coordinated by BioCrossroads, a statewide initiative, which partners with research institutions, global companies, philanthropic organizations, and government to advance growth and innovation.
The School of Informatics and Computing faculty enjoy state-of-the art computing resources. When commissioned in 2006, Big Red was one of the most powerful university-owned computers in the US, and one of the 50 fastest supercomputers in the world. Indiana University has replaced Big Red with Big Red II, the next-generation Cray XK—the fastest university-owned supercomputer in the US—capable of one thousand trillion floating-point operations per second. Also available to all faculty are the IU Scholarly Data Archive, which provides extensive capacity (15 PB) for storing and accessing research data, and Quarry, which serves as a Virtual Machine hosting environment for the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE), the National Science Foundation’s largest advanced cyberinfrastructure facility.
Indianapolis is the nation’s 14th largest city; the capital of Indiana; a Sport’s Capital; home to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis Symphony, Indianapolis Ballet, Indianapolis Museum of Art, and Indianapolis Zoo; and one of the country’s most livable big cities. To learn more about Indianapolis, visit:
- IndyParks, over 150 parks in and around the city.
- Local Government & Neighborhoods
- City Guide
- Carmel, Indiana, rated the #1 Best Place to Live in the U.S. by Money magazine (2012)
Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission, as required by Title IX. Questions or complaints regarding Title IX may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university Title IX Coordinator. See Indiana University’s Notice of Non-Discrimination here which includes contact information.