[Humanist] 29.200 professorship at Indiana; PhD studentships at Plymouth
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 200.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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 From: John Walsh <jawalsh at indiana.edu> (29)
Subject: Faculty Position in Information and Library Science, Indiana
 From: Duncan Williams <duncan.williams at PLYMOUTH.AC.UK> (34)
Subject: FW: PhD Scholarships
Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2015 15:32:18 -0400
From: John Walsh <jawalsh at indiana.edu>
Subject: Faculty Position in Information and Library Science, Indiana University Bloomington
Title: Asst/ Assoc/ Full Professor
Department: Information and Library Science
Expected start date: 08/01/2016
The School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University, Bloomington, invites applications for a position beginning in Fall 2016 in the Department of Information and Library Science (all subareas solicited with preference for data curation, CSCW, digital libraries, information policy, digital youth, documentation, metadata, and the social web). This position is open at all levels (assistant, associate, or full professor). Duties include teaching, research, and service.
The Department of Information and Library Science (ILS), formerly the School of Library and Information Science, has a long, successful history, having graduated over 8,000 students since it opened its doors in 1946. U.S. News & World Report ranked the Bloomington Information and Library Science program eighth nationally in its most recent rankings. The School of Informatics and Computing is the first of its kind and among the largest in the country, with unsurpassed breadth. Its mission is to excel and lead in education, research, and outreach spanning and integrating computing and information technologies. In addition to ILS, the School includes the Department of Computer Science and Informatics and has a total of more than 100 faculty, 900 graduate students, and 1,500 undergraduate majors on the Bloomington campus. Faculty research areas in ILS include bibliometrics; big data; computer-mediated communication; data science; data curation; digital libraries; information organization, retrieval, and visualization; human computer interaction; science studies; semantic web; social informatics; CSCW; text mining; web science; and more. Graduate degrees offered in the School include Master’s degrees in Information Science, Library Science, Bioinformatics, Computer Science, Data Science, Human Computer Interaction Design, and Security Informatics, and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science, Informatics, and Information Science. The School is also known for its strong undergraduate programs.
Indiana University Bloomington is a major public research university with over 2,000 faculty and over 45,000 students. The beautiful campus hosts 110 research centers and institutes, as well as a wide array of distinguished academic departments and schools. IU is renowned for its high-performance computing and networking facilities, top-ranked music school, and performing and fine arts. Located in the wooded rolling hills of southern Indiana, Bloomington is a culturally thriving college town with a moderate cost of living and the amenities for an active lifestyle.
Basic qualifications: Applicants should have an established record (for senior level) or demonstrable potential for excellence (for junior level) in research and teaching, and a Ph.D. in Information Science or a related field or (for junior level) expected before 8/2016.
Interested candidates should submit their application at:
Application should include curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching, and names of three references (junior level), or six references (senior level).
Questions regarding the position or application process can be directed to: Prof. Noriko Hara, nhara at indiana.edu or to Faculty Search, Department of Information and Library Science, School of Informatics and Computing, Herman B. Wells Library LI011, Bloomington, IN 47408.
For full consideration, completed applications must be received by December 1st, 2015.
Informal and confidential inquiries may be sent to the ILS Chair, Pnina Fichman, (fichman at indiana.edu) or to members of the search committee: Noriko Hara (nhara at indiana.edu), Stasa Milojevic (smilojev at indiana.edu, Howard Rosenbaum (hrosenba at indiana.edu), John Walsh (jawalsh at indiana.edu).
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 or identity, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. IU Bloomington is vitally interested in the needs of Dual Career couples.
Noriko Hara, Ph.D.
Department of Information & Library Science
School of Informatics & Computing | Indiana University
| John A. Walsh
| Associate Professor of Information Science, School of Informatics & Computing
| Acting Director, Catapult Center for Digital Humanities, College of Arts & Sciences
| Editor, The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative
| Technical Editor, Digital Humanities Quarterly
| Indiana University, 1320 East 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405
| Web: http://johnwalsh.name Voice: +1-812-856-0707
Date: Mon, 3 Aug 2015 12:44:51 +0000
From: Duncan Williams <duncan.williams at PLYMOUTH.AC.UK>
Subject: FW: PhD Scholarships
In-Reply-To: <5516501820678219.WA.eduardo.mirandaplymouth.ac.uk at www.jiscmail.ac.uk>
>PLEASE DISTRIBUTE THIS WIDELY.
>The University of Plymouth is offering 50 fully funded PhD scholarships
>starting October 2015, which include projects to be developed at ICCMR
>(http://cmr.soc.plymouth.ac.uk/) on topics pertaining to Computer Music
>or Music Technology.
>We welcome applications from candidates wishing to develop projects on
>the topics of (but not limited to) modelling memory and memorisation to
>study the evolution of cultural conventions (e.g., through computational
>models of musical evolution), development of musical memory through
>embodied experience (MOCAP, NIME) and Brain-Computer Music Interfacing
>DEADLINE for submissions 15 SEPTEMBER 2015.
>More information here; first of all, please check if you are eligible:
>If you are considering applying for a PhD at ICCMR, we strongly encourage
>you to contact Prof Eduardo Miranda with a brief description of your
>project for discussion before you prepare the application
>(eduardo.miranda at plymouth.ac.uk)
>Prof Eduardo Miranda
>Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR)
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