Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science

Faculty Hiring in SCS

Carnegie Mellon has led the world in computer science for more than six decades, and we've always taken the responsibility of this position seriously. We do important work that benefits humanity — we always have and we always will. We perform foundational research and develop revolutionary techniques. We work with our peers across campus to create new fields of intellectual inquiry. We thoughtfully explore the ethics of computation.

SCS embraces a broad view of computer science and houses seven departments offering a wide range of research and educational opportunities. While research is important, we also prize education and the talent we send into the world. 

If you're serious about computer science and know that computer science is your passion, you belong in SCS. Because computer science — in its many forms and permutations — is happening here.

Please see below for more information on hiring in each of our departments, including research areas and application review dates. 

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